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Post Epileptic Headache And Migraine.

R. D'alessandro, T. Sacquegna, P. Pazzaglia, E. Lugaresi
Published 1988 · Medicine

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has focused his analysis on the problem whether axial movements are less impaired than oral movements. These different approaches necessitate different allocation of type-I error levels for the statistical tests employed. Consequently, we have applied the multiple test procedure by Holm,1 comparing all pairs of conditions in all aphasia groups, which requires a sizeable type-I error reduction for each single comparison. Dr Howes maintains that his analysis of our data has demonstrated "axial sparing" because of the greater -power of the statistical procedures applied by him. With all due respect we should prefer the view that the differences in results are mainly due to the different hypotheses tested. This becomes evident if one formalises the sequence of steps in Dr Howes' and in our (PLW) analysis:
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