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Jul 27, 2015  03:07 PM | Richard Parker - Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King's College London
NKI/Rockland - oddities in the PennCNB scores
Hi all,

Whilst skimming through the excel sheet containing all of the PennCNB test battery scores for the NKI-RS dataset, I have noticed that there is one subject (possibly more) whose scores often deviate wildly from the norm.

For example, a score approaching 3000 for the  'True Positives' scores on the Penn Face Memory test, whereas other subjects have scores around 15-20. 

I've had a look in the Deviation Form spreadsheet, but can't find anything about that subject listed there. Is there something I'm missing?

Just to be on the safe side, I will refrain from posting the subject ID on this forum (even though it is anonymized), as I would hate to lose my data access privileges, but the deviant scores are easy to spot when the columns of the excel sheets are filtered. 

Best wishes,