Intra-individual measures of association in neuropsychology: inferential methods for comparing a single case with a control or normative sample.

@article{Crawford2003IntraindividualMO,
  title={Intra-individual measures of association in neuropsychology: inferential methods for comparing a single case with a control or normative sample.},
  author={John R. Crawford and Paul H. Garthwaite and David C. Howell and Annalena Venneri},
  journal={Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS},
  year={2003},
  volume={9 7},
  pages={989-1000}
}
Performance on some neuropsychological tests is best expressed as an intra-individual measure of association (such as a parametric or non-parametric correlation coefficient or the slope of a regression line). Examples of the use of intra-individual measures of association (IIMAs) include the quantification of performance on tests designed to assess temporal order memory or the accuracy of time estimation. The present paper presents methods for comparing a patient's performance with a control or… CONTINUE READING

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