Program: SINGT.EXE

This PC program (SINGT.EXE) accompanies the paper Crawford, J. R. & Howell, D. C. (1998)"Comparing an Individual's Test Score Against Norms Derived From Small Samples" The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 12, 482-486.

For essential background details see the accompanying paper:

Crawford, J. R., & Howell, D. C. (1998). Comparing an individual’s test score against norms derived from small samples. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 12, 482-486.

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NOTE: please feel free to download this program. However, you should be aware that it has now been superceded by an updated version: singlims.exe. This updated version has a number of advantages: (1) it is a full Windows program, (2) it allows the user to save or print the results, and (3) it provides confidence limits on the abnormality of the score using a method developed by Crawford and Garthwaite (2002). Click here for further details.

A web page describing single-case methods and their rationale in cogntive neuropsychology is available here

A web page which gathers together all our computer programs for use in single-case research in cognitive neuropsychology is available here

Click here to download the original program (singt.exe). Your web browser is most probably configured to recognise that the file is an executable. If you have any problems (i.e. the browser treats it as a text file), hold down the shift key when clicking.

Once downloaded, the programs can be run by any of the normal Windows procedures i.e. by clicking on file in File Manager, by using Windows start menu, or by placing on desktop etc.

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The author of this software (John R Crawford) and the University of Aberdeen make no representations about the suitability of the software or about any content or information made accessible by the software, for any purpose.

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