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Like before, for this kind of article, I require the original language article to be posted for those who can read the language.

Likewise, the language problems above should be fixed.

There should be a link to the supplementary material in the paper. Just rename the peer review section to something like "peer review and supplementary material", and add one sentence with a link to it.

It would be very nice if the authors could supply a scan of the conversion tables used. These tables are very difficult to find. I have not been able to find them online anywhere.
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#12
(2015-May-04, 13:44:11)Emil Wrote: Like before, for this kind of article, I require the original language article to be posted for those who can read the language.

It would be very nice if the authors could supply a scan of the conversion tables used. These tables are very difficult to find. I have not been able to find them online anywhere.


The original paper is attached. Scores are from Table 2.

It would be nice to have the conversion tables.


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.pdf   Sidi El Kamel.pdf (Size: 339.33 KB / Downloads: 429)
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#13
(2015-May-04, 13:44:11)Emil Wrote: It would be very nice if the authors could supply a scan of the conversion tables used. These tables are very difficult to find. I have not been able to find them online anywhere.


Jason Malloy kindly sent the conversion tables. I attached them below. (Emil could you check the numbers over?)


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.pdf   UK RPM Norms 79.pdf (Size: 876.81 KB / Downloads: 392)
.pdf   US RPM norms.pdf (Size: 8.53 MB / Downloads: 399)
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#14
I do not have time to check them now.
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(2015-May-30, 20:00:36)Chuck Wrote:
(2015-May-04, 13:44:11)Emil Wrote: It would be very nice if the authors could supply a scan of the conversion tables used. These tables are very difficult to find. I have not been able to find them online anywhere.


Jason Malloy kindly sent the conversion tables. I attached them below. (Emil could you check the numbers over?)


Based on the conversion tables provided by Malloy, I estimated different percentiles than did the authors. This might be due to how they handled rounding.

I attached my and their estimated values.

Also, age 17 and 17.5 norms were unavailable. I can not approve publication until this matter is resolved.


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.xlsx   Comparision of Percentile calculations.xlsx (Size: 10.28 KB / Downloads: 348)
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#16
Lynn probably did the scoring.

If norms for 17 and 17.5 cannot be found, another solution is to fit a function to the existing data and extrapolate to the 17 and 17.5 values, and then use those. Of course, one would have to make sure the fit is a good one (non-linear).
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#17
I have emailed Bakhiet and Lynn today re. this submission asking them to look into the problem.
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#18
This submission has been inactive for a long time. I contacted the author again.

Quote:Emil O. W. Kirkegaard 5 days ago
Salaheldin,

I'd like to remind you that you and Richard Lynn still have a paper in submission that has not been revised for months.

http://openpsych.net/forum/showthread.php?tid=142

-Emil

Authors:

Quote:Salaheldin Farah Attallah Bakhiet to you 1 day ago
dear Emil

soon we will complete it.

best,
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#19
This paper has been abandoned by the authors.
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