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Nomological network ("lawful network", the term "nomology" being derived from the Greek, meaning "lawful") is a representation of the concepts (constructs) of interests in a study, their observable manifestations, and the interrelationships among and between these. It was Cronbach and Meehl's view of construct validity that in order to provide evidence that a measure has construct validity, a nomological network has to be developed for its measure.

The elements of a nomological network are:

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Cronbach and Meehl (1955)

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