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Assessing clinical significance using robust normative comparisons
(Taylor & Francis, 2015)
Clinical significance determines whether an intervention makes a real difference in the everyday life of a client. One of the most recommended approaches for conducting group-level analyses of clinical significance is to ...
Robust normative comparison tests for evaluating clinical significance
The purpose of this study was to evaluate a modified test of equivalence for conducting normative comparisons when distribution shapes are non-normal and variances are unequal. A Monte Carlo study was used to compare the ...
Equivalence based tests of clinical significance: Assessing treatments for depression
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2010)
Treatment efficacy is largely determined by statistical significance testing, and clinical significance testing is often used to quantify or qualify the efficacy of a treatment at the individual or group level. This study ...