Discussion: Evaluation in Constructing Neuropsychological Treatments
Each of the papers just presented discussed some selected aspects of methodology, and it is a little difficult to comment on such discussions. Probably no one would object to most of the statements and proposals made. Undoubtedly it is true “that investigators should spend more effort on choosing appropriate measures, particularly measures that demonstrate the clinical utility of the intervention being studied” (Wade). Therefore, one way out for a discussant is to concentrate on those aspects the speakers decided to put less weight on or to exclude.
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