Davison and Davenport's article listed as one of top 10 articles on regression
An article published by Mark Davison and Ernest Davenport, faculty in the Quantitative Methods of Education track in the Department of Educational Psychology, has been listed by BioMedLib as one of the top 10 articles in its domain since its publication. The article, "Identifying criterion-related patterns of predictor scores using multiple regression," appeared in the American Psychological Association journal Psychological Methods in 2002. It describes a regression method for identifying a pattern of scores in a battery of tests such that the pattern is associated with high scores on a criterion variable. It also proposes a measure of the pattern's validity, the proportion of variation in the criterion variable that can be accounted for by the identified pattern.