Table 37, 38,  39, 40, 41 Person KeyForms

Table 37 Person KeyForms - Measure order. Table 37 was Table 17.3-

Table 38 Person KeyForms - Entry order.  Table 38 was Table 18.3-

Table 39 Person KeyForms - Alphabetical order.  Table 39 was Table 19.3-.

Table 40 Person KeyForms - Misfit order.  Table 40 was Table 7.2-.

Table 41 Person KeyForms Misfit order, only unexpected responses

See also Plots menu, Keyform plot.

 

This set of subtable displays a version of Table 2.2 with the responses filled in for each person. These can be useful for diagnosis and individual reporting. The responses are the original values in the data file, as far as possible.

 

KEY: .1.=OBSERVED, 1=EXPECTED, (1)=OBSERVED, BUT VERY UNEXPECTED.

 

NUMBER - NAME ------------------ MEASURE - INFIT (MNSQ) OUTFIT - S.E.

     72  JACKSON, SOLOMON          -1.32     2.0   A    5.2      .37

 

-6       -4        -2         0         2         4         6

|---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------|  NUM   ACT

                      .0.                                        5  FIND BOTTLES AND CANS

                       0                          (2)           23  WATCH A RAT

                       0                         (2)            20  WATCH BUGS

                       0              (1)                        4  WATCH GRASS CHANGE

                       0             (1)                         8  LOOK IN SIDEWALK CRACKS

                      .0.                                        7  WATCH ANIMAL MOVE

                      .0.                                        9  LEARN WEED NAMES

                      .0.                                       16  MAKE A MAP

                       0        .1.                             25  TALK W/FRIENDS ABOUT PLANTS

                      .0.                                        3  READ BOOKS ON PLANTS

                      .0.                                       14  LOOK AT PICTURES OF PLANTS

                      .0.                                        6  LOOK UP STRANGE ANIMAL OR PLANT

                      .0.                                       17  WATCH WHAT ANIMALS EAT

                      .0.                                       22  FIND OUT WHAT ANIMALS EAT

                 .0.   1                                        24  FIND OUT WHAT FLOWERS LIVE ON

                      .1.                                        1  WATCH BIRDS

                      .1.                                       15  READ ANIMAL STORIES

               .0.     1                                         2  READ BOOKS ON ANIMALS

              .0.      1                                        21  WATCH BIRD MAKE NEST

              .0.      1                                        11  FIND WHERE ANIMAL LIVES

                      .1.                                       13  GROW GARDEN

           .0.         1                                        10  LISTEN TO BIRD SING

                      .1.                                       12  GO TO MUSEUM

                      .1.                                       19  GO TO ZOO

                      .2.                                       18  GO ON PICNIC

|---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------|  NUM   ACT

-6       -4        -2         0         2         4         6

 

The vertical line of numbers corresponds to the person measure, and indicates the expected (average) responses. Responses marked .0. or .1. or .2. are observed and expected. Responses shown merely as 0 or 1 are expected, but not observed. Responses (1) and (2) are observed and statistically significantly unexpected, |t|2, p<5%. Table 41 shows only the unexpected responses.

 


 

Table 41 Person KeyForms Misfit order, only unexpected responses

 

This table displays a version of Table 2.2 with only the unexpected responses filled in for each person. These can be useful for diagnosis and individual reporting. The responses are the original values in the data file, as far as possible. Persons without unexpected responses are omitted.

 

KEY: .1.=OBSERVED, 1=EXPECTED, (1)=OBSERVED, BUT VERY UNEXPECTED.

 

NUMBER - NAME ------------------ MEASURE - INFIT (MNSQ) OUTFIT - S.E.

     29  Anne    F                  -.26     4.1   A    6.1      1.11

 

-5   -4    -3    -2    -1     0     1     2     3     4     5

|-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----|  NUM   TAP

                            0                           (1)     14  1-4-2-3-4-1

                            0           .1.                     11  1-3-1-2-4

        (0)                 1                                    8  1-4-2-3

0)                          1                                    7  1-4-3-2

|-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----|  NUM   TAP

-5   -4    -3    -2    -1     0     1     2     3     4     5

 

The vertical line of numbers corresponds to the person measure, and indicates the expected (average) responses. Responses (1) and (2) are observed and statistically significantly unexpected, |t|2, p<5%. Responses shown merely as 0 or 1 are expected, but not observed. The full list of responses is in Table 40.


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