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Alternatives to a table of criterion values in signal detection theory
A short computer program is provided to calculate β and the sensitivity indexd’, which summarizes the criteria values related to hit and false-alarm rates in signal detection theory.
Confidence intervals for true scores and retest scores on clinical tests
Procedures are described for setting confidence intervals for a true score and a retest score given an obtained score. The confidence intervals are functions of the estimated true score (not the
Reparations: Pro and Con
Long before the phrase 40 acres and a mule was coined to describe what black Americans were owed for slavery, abolitionists discussed compensating slaves for what had been unjustly taken from them.
MMPI and MMPI-2 Scores on the Cook-Medley Hostility Scale
  • A. Brophy
  • Psychology
    Psychological reports
  • 1 June 1997
Raw-score means of the Cook-Medley Hostility scale are smaller in the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI-2) normative group than in the MMPI normative group, and T scores are larger.
When More than Property Is Lost: The Dignity Losses and Restoration of the Tulsa Riot of 1921
  • A. Brophy
  • History
    Law & Social Inquiry
  • 1 September 2016
Bernadette Atuahene's We Want What's Ours focuses on deprivations that go beyond property losses. Her focus is on the dignity harms to South Africans over centuries, such as denial of citizenship,
Considering William and Mary's History with Slavery: The Case of President Thomas Roderick Dew
Amidst the recent apologies for slavery from the legislatures of Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, Florida, and Alabama, there is significant controversy over the wisdom of investigations of
Reparations Talk: Reparations for Slavery and the Tort Law Analogy
There are two ways of viewing tort law in the debate over reparations for racial crimes. First - and most commonly - tort law is seen as a way of providing relief through courts. So Reparations Talk
The Signaling Value of Law Reviews: An Exploration of Citations and Prestige
This brief essay reports a study of citations to every article published in 1992 in thirteen leading law journals. It uses citations as a proxy (an admittedly poor one) of article quality and then