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stan·dard score

a statistically referenced or derived score representing the deviation of a raw score from its mean in standard deviation units.
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Medals went to the individual on each of the seven teams with the highest total standardized score for their team.
76 standardized, while those without such an event had a mean standardized score of 0.
There was no difference between competition level and the standardized score for superstition, F(2, 215) = 0.
A student was considered to be a bully if he or she received a standardized score (z score) on or above 1.
The mean standardized score on a visual analog scale measuring physical function was 34 out of 100 (with 100 representing perfect function) in the 230 patients in the study Scores were significantly lower (mean of 29.
The mean standardized score on a visual analog, scale measuring physical function was 34 out of 100 (with 100 representing perfect function) in the 230 patients who participated in the study.
A large positive mean standardized score indicates that an outcome category was judged to be a desired benefit of a particular Part C activity, whereas a large negative mean standardized score indicates that the outcome category was not judged to be a desired benefit of a particular Part C activity.
Academic Therapy Publications, 2000) Although not a measure of a child's overall communication ability, the EOW does provide a standardized score estimating a child's expressive language ability.
A similar standardized score is provided for the clinical set problems.
A raw score in a particular subject has to be expressed as a standardized score if it is to be aggregated with other scores to give a combined mark.
More than 60% of the study participants experienced improvements of 10%81% on a standardized score of the extent and severity of symptoms.
Three officers who are familiar with BattleBots serve as competition judges for the head-to-head matches and award points from a standardized score sheet that is similar to a boxing score card.

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