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The argument for preceding multiple analysis of variance (ANOVAS) with a multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) to control for Type I error is challenged. Several situations are discussed in which multiple ANOVAS might be conducted without the necessity of a preliminary MANOVA. Three reasons for considering a multivariate analysis are discussed: to(More)
BACKGROUND The evidence base for the treatment of adolescents with bulimia nervosa (BN) is limited. AIMS To assess the feasibility, acceptability, and clinical outcomes of a web-based cognitive-behavioural (CBT) intervention for adolescents with bulimic symptomatology. METHOD 101 participants were recruited from eating disorders clinics or from beat, a(More)
BACKGROUND Sustained use of antiretroviral therapy has been consistently shown to be one of the primary predictors of long-term effectiveness. Switching and discontinuation reflect patient and provider decisions that may limit future treatment options. In this study, we utilize data reported at semi-annual study visits from three prospective cohort studies,(More)
Introduction Evolutionists and creationists have different views on the origin of sedimentary rock strata. Evolutionists, who uphold the uniformitarian doctrine of 19th century geologists, suppose that most sedimentary strata were deposited slowly over millions of years as the Earth evolved gradually to its present configuration. Creationists who uphold the(More)
The two-group cross-validation classification accuracies of six algorithms (i.e., least squares, ridge regression, principal components, a common factor method, equal weighting, and logistic regression) were compared as a function of degree of validity concentration, group separation, and number of subjects. Therein, the findings of two previous studies(More)
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