Sizing Up Linkages

  • Neil J. Dorans
  • Michael E. Walker
Part of the Statistics for Social and Behavioral Sciences book series (SSBS)


A link between scores on two tests is a transformation from a score on one to a score on the other. Transformations that link the scores on two tests can be of different types. For example, any score can be predicted from any other score(s) via an asymmetric regression equation. Alternatively, symmetric relationships can be established between pairs of scores, given the correct data collection designs.


Root Mean Square Difference True Score Uncertainty Reduction National Basketball Association Population Dependence 
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© Springer 2007

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  • Neil J. Dorans
  • Michael E. Walker

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