Three worksheets of statistics are usually produced for each cognitive subtest. These are referred to as the “full”, “brief”, and “upper-lower” sheets. The information provided by these sheets often overlaps to a considerable extent, as you’re about to see.
In the case of our running example, the Cook's tour, you should notice that Elmillon added sheets called “Stats1f”, “Stats1b”, and “Stats1ul”. These three sheets correspond to full, brief, and upper-lower statistics for the first subtest. You’ll notice that there are other sheets of this ilk, named “Stats2f”, “Stats2b”, "Stats3f", and "Stats3b". These relate to the second subtest, the affective one, which has been processed twice (and scored differently each time).
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