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Perceived health (PH) is a subjective measure of global health of individuals. While many studies have evaluated outcomes in patients with primary immune deficiency (PID), published literature evaluating PH among patients with PID is sparse. We evaluated the results of the largest self-reported survey of patients with PID to determine the factors that may(More)
This study examined the relationship of ethnic identity to self-esteem, perceived self-efficacy and prosocial attitudes. The sample included 100 male and female early adolescents, ranging from 11 to 13 years old, from different racial/ethnic backgrounds. Structural equations modeling was used to examine the latent structure of the multi-dimensional(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Identifying elderly community dwellers who are at risk for falling was assessed using a comprehensive screening tool referred to as the "Fast Evaluation of Mobility, Balance, and Fear" (FEMBAF). The purpose of this study was to evaluate the concurrent validity and reliability of scores on the FEMBAF. SUBJECTS Thirty-five elderly(More)
Multiple outcomes (or multiple endpoints), such as mortality and recurrent myocardial infarction, are increasingly common in clinical trials and are often of interest in secondary analyses. Traditionally, a clinical trial protocol is built around a single event as its primary outcome, with several secondary outcomes specified, the analyses for which lack(More)
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