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Effects of misclassification bias on regression analyses of epidemiologic data

@inproceedings{Reade1986EffectsOM,
  title={Effects of misclassification bias on regression analyses of epidemiologic data},
  author={Susan J. Reade},
  year={1986}
}
  • Susan J. Reade
  • Published 1986
  • Computer Science
  • SUSAN J. READE. Effect of Misclassification Bias on Regression Analyses of Epidemiologic Data (Under the direction of Lawernce L. Kupper.) In most epidemiologic studies, the primary focus is on quantifying the association between exposure to some suspected agent and the development of some disease. Often, however, subjects are misclassified as to their level of exposure. For instance, in the case of a dichotomous exposure variable, a subject may be classified as unexposed when she or he is… CONTINUE READING

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