Statistics for the investigation of individual cases.

@article{Payne1957StatisticsFT,
  title={Statistics for the investigation of individual cases.},
  author={Robert W. Payne and Hamlyn G. Jones},
  journal={Journal of clinical psychology},
  year={1957},
  volume={13 2},
  pages={
          115-21
        }
}
Much of the work of a clinical psychologist consists of making relatively routine psychological measurements of fairly well established traits, either cognitive or orectic. It is well known, however, that there can be no measurement without error. The psychologist must have the means of taking error into account if he is to assess his test scores intelligently. There appear to be three main types of question which face clinical psychologists: 

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