Using the Comparison Curve Fix Index (CCFI) in Taxometric Analyses: Averaging Curves, Standard Errors, and CCFI Profiles

@article{Ruscio2018UsingTC,
  title={Using the Comparison Curve Fix Index (CCFI) in Taxometric Analyses: Averaging Curves, Standard Errors, and CCFI Profiles},
  author={J. Ruscio and Lauren M Carney and Lindsay Dever and Melissa Pliskin and Shirley B. Wang},
  journal={Psychological Assessment},
  year={2018},
  volume={30},
  pages={744–754}
}
Determining whether a construct is more appropriately conceptualized and assessed in a categorical or a dimensional manner has received considerable research attention in recent years. There are a variety of statistical techniques to address this empirically, and Meehl’s (1995) taxometric method has been among the most widely used methods applied to constructs in the areas of personality and psychopathology. In taxometric analysis, the comparison curve fit index (CCFI; Ruscio, Ruscio, & Meron… Expand

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