The statistical criticisms of Dr. Frankel and Ms. Span appear baseless. For example, the covariates assessed in our regression analysis—age, sex, professional orientation, and professional activities—are objective measures reasonably expected to be associated with attitudes toward the dissociative disorders. Indeed, other letter writers specifically argue that age, sex, and professional orientation may have influenced the responses. As for the sign test, this method assesses whether the median of the difference between matched pairs of observations is zero. It does not apply to differences between unmatched groups and is inappropriately offered by Dr. Frankel and Ms. Span.