cutscore

cutscore

[′kət‚skȯr]
(engineering)
A knife used in die-cutting processes, designed to cut just partway into the paper or board so that it can be folded.
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For example, when a positive test finding is followed by intrusive, painful, and costly assessment or treatment procedures, it may be preferable to set the cutscore in favor of avoiding false positive errors.
Thus, a cutscore of 65 on the PAI borderline features scale agrees just as well with a clinician-derived SCID-II diagnosis as two independent SCID-II assessments agree with each other.