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Maximal Correlation between Normal and Dichotomous Variables
Journal of Educational Statistics
Vol. 11, No. 4 (Winter, 1986), pp. 259-261
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The purpose of this paper is to calculate the upper limit of the correlation between normal and dichotomous variables. An empirically obtained correlation should be evaluated in view of this limit, instead of the usual limit of Pearson correlation.
Journal of Educational Statistics © 1986 American Educational Research Association