Statistical Methods for Single-Case Studies in Neuropsychology: Comparing the Slope of a Patient's Regression Line with those of a Control Sample

@article{Crawford2004StatisticalMF,
  title={Statistical Methods for Single-Case Studies in Neuropsychology: Comparing the Slope of a Patient's Regression Line with those of a Control Sample},
  author={John R. Crawford and Paul H. Garthwaite},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2004},
  volume={40},
  pages={533-548}
}
Performance on some neuropsychological tests is best expressed as the slope of a regression line. Examples include the quantification of performance on tests designed to assess the accuracy of time estimation or distance estimation. The present paper presents methods for comparing a patient's performance with a control or normative sample when performance is expressed as slope. The methods test if there is a significant difference between a patient's slope and those obtained from controls… CONTINUE READING

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