Detecting dissociations in single-case studies: Type I errors, statistical power and the classical versus strong distinction.

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Dissociations observed in single-case studies play an important role in building and testing theory in neuropsychology; therefore the criteria used to identify their presence should be subjected to empirical scrutiny. Extending work on classical dissociations, Monte Carlo simulation is used to examine the Type I error rate for two methods of detecting… (More)

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@article{Crawford2006DetectingDI, title={Detecting dissociations in single-case studies: Type I errors, statistical power and the classical versus strong distinction.}, author={John R. Crawford and Paul H. Garthwaite}, journal={Neuropsychologia}, year={2006}, volume={44 12}, pages={2249-58} }