Exploiting test structure: Case series, case-control comparison, and dissociation
Most neuropsychological tests consist of multiple items, and a subject's test score is the sum of the item scores. The test results for each subject thus comprise multiple data-points, and any data-set with test results from more than one subject has at least a two-level structure, with the test item as the first level and the subject as the second level. This structure may be exploited to yield more nuanced statistical analyses than those that treat each subject's test score as a single...[Show more]
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