GENERAL THEORY FOR INTERACTIONS IN SUFFICIENT CAUSE MODELS WITH DICHOTOMOUS EXPOSURES.

@article{VanderWeele2012GENERALTF,
  title={GENERAL THEORY FOR INTERACTIONS IN SUFFICIENT CAUSE MODELS WITH DICHOTOMOUS EXPOSURES.},
  author={Tyler J. VanderWeele and Thomas S. Richardson},
  journal={Annals of statistics},
  year={2012},
  volume={40 4},
  pages={
          2128-2161
        }
}
  • Tyler J. VanderWeele, Thomas S. Richardson
  • Published in Annals of statistics 2012
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • The sufficient-component cause framework assumes the existence of sets of sufficient causes that bring about an event. For a binary outcome and an arbitrary number of binary causes any set of potential outcomes can be replicated by positing a set of sufficient causes; typically this representation is not unique. A sufficient cause interaction is said to be present if within all representations there exists a sufficient cause in which two or more particular causes are all present. A singular… CONTINUE READING

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