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— The extent to which a claim or evidence about a treatment effect is trustworthy

Full explanation:

Reliability as used in research is the degree to which results obtained by a measurement procedure can be replicated.

In everyday language, reliability can also be used to mean how trustworthy the results of a study are.

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