ceiling effect

the occurrence of clusters of scores near the upper limit of the data in a statistical study

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  • Ceiling-Effect —   [englisch siːlɪȖ i fekt], Psychologie: der Deckeneffekt …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Ceiling effect — In pharmacology, the term ceiling effect refers to the property of increasing doses of a given medication to have progressively smaller incremental effect (an example of diminishing returns). Narcotics, such as nalbuphine, serve as a classic… …   Wikipedia

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  • ceiling, floor —    Ceiling used figuratively in the sense of an upper limit is a handy word, but like many other handy words, it is apt to be overused. When you do employ it figuratively, you should never forget that its literal meaning is always lurking in the… …   Dictionary of troublesome word

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  • Floor effect — In statistics, the term floor effect refers to when data cannot take on a value lower than some particular number, called the floor.An example of this is when an IQ test is given to young children who have either (a) been given training or (b)… …   Wikipedia

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