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ERIC Number: EJ182868
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Publication Date: 1978
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The Importance of Small but Consistent Group Differences on Standardized Tests: The Case of Sex Differences on the McCarthy Scales of Children's Abilities
Tivnan, Terrence; Pillemer, David B.
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 34, 2, 443-5, Apr 78
Outlines a simple and well known statistical procedure that is appropriate for identifying consistent differences on a series of subtests and presents several reasons why identifying these differences may have important consequences for evaluators. An investigation of sex differences on the McCarthy Scales of Children's Abilities serves as an example. (Author/RK)
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Identifiers - Assessments and Surveys: McCarthy Scales of Childrens Abilities