On making multiple comparisons in clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology.

@article{Ludbrook1991OnMM,
  title={On making multiple comparisons in clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology.},
  author={John Ludbrook},
  journal={Clinical and experimental pharmacology & physiology},
  year={1991},
  volume={18 6},
  pages={379-92}
}
  • John Ludbrook
  • Published 1991 in
    Clinical and experimental pharmacology…
1. It is a central thesis of this review that in clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology the goal of statistical analysis should be to minimize the risk of making any false-positive inferences from the results of an experiment (experimentwise Type I error). 2. It is common in clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology for the effects of several treatments to be tested within a single experiment. Specific intercomparisons of these several effects, made in a pairwise or… CONTINUE READING

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