Joint models for the longitudinal analysis of measurement scales in the presence of informative dropout

@inproceedings{Saulnier2021JointMF,
  title={Joint models for the longitudinal analysis of measurement scales in the presence of informative dropout},
  author={Tiphaine Saulnier and Viviane Philipps and Wassilios G. Meissner and Olivier Rascol and Anne Pavy-Le Traon and Alexandra Foubert-Samier and C{\'e}cile Proust-Lima},
  year={2021}
}

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