01731cam a22003132u 4500001000800000005001700008007001400025008004100039035002000080037001900100040002700119088001200146091000800158100002200166245010800188260006800296300001000364500012000374520052700494530007901021533008101100650002401181650002801205650003201233650002501265710004801290856003701338984004201375523208320181019151612.0he u||024||||080220s1972 xxu ||| b ||| | eng d 9(ericd)ED064307 aED064307bERIC aericdbengcericddMvI aRB-72-6 amfm1 aLord, Frederic M.10aSignificance Test for a Partial Correlation Corrected for Attenuationh[microform] /cFrederic M. Lord. a[Washington, D.C.] :bDistributed by ERIC Clearinghouse,c1972. a22 p. aSponsoring Agency: Office of Naval Research, Arlington, VA. Personnel and Training Research Programs Office.5ericd aCorrection for attenuation is important for partial correlations because not even the sign of the partial between true scores can be inferred safely from the partial between observed (fallible) scores. Methods for inferring the corrected partial are discussed. Unfortunately, the corrected partial will sometimes have an overwhelming sampling error. A significance test is developed that largely circumvents this problem in those cases where it is enough to infer just the sign of the partial between true scores. (Author) aMay also be available online. Address as at 14/8/18:uhttps://eric.ed.gov/ aMicrofiche.b[Washington D.C.]:cERIC Clearinghouseemicrofiches : positive.17aCorrelation.2ericd07aProblem Solving.2ericd17aTest Interpretation.2ericd17aTest Results.2ericd2 aEducational Testing Service, Princeton, NJ.41uhttps://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED064307 aANLcmc 2253 ED064307d77000000069218