This PC program (tvardiff.exe) accompanies the paper: Garthwaite, P.H. and Crawford, J. R. (2004)“The distribution of the difference between two t-variates”. Biometrika, 91, 987-994.
The program allows the user to test for a difference between two t-variates. The most common application of this method will be to test whether the difference between an individual's standardized scores on two variables (X and Y) is significantly different from the differences observed in a control sample.
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The test on the difference between two t-variates has also been incorporated into a program used to test for the presence of classical and strong dissociations (for use in single-case studies). Click here for details of this additional program.
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