1. The degree where results obtained from research are representative to conditions in the wider world.2. Perception. The degree that a proximal stimulus covaries from a distal stimulus.

ECOLOGICAL VALIDITY: "Ecological validity deals with th e results from experiments being valid in the real world."
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