Interactions and Complexity: Goals and Limitations

@article{VanderWeele2014InteractionsAC,
  title={Interactions and Complexity: Goals and Limitations},
  author={T. VanderWeele and M. Knol},
  journal={Epidemiologic Methods},
  year={2014},
  volume={3},
  pages={79 - 81}
}
We thank Morabia for his insightful commentary on the historical development of interaction analysis within epidemiology and on the ambiguous role interactions played in the development of epidemiology itself. Our tutorial was, of course, intended to be precisely that, a tutorial, rather than an historical account, and Morabia’s commentary thus provides an important and engaging supplement to what we wrote. Morabia argues that interaction presents, to epidemiology, a certain tension between… Expand

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