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The effects of nonnormality on parametric, nonparametric and model comparison approaches to pairwise comparisons
Researchers in the behavioral sciences are often interested in comparing the means of several treatment conditions on a specific dependent measure. When scores on the dependent measure are not normally distributed, researchers ...
Pairwise multiple comparisons: A model comparisons approach versus stepwise procedures
Researchers in the behavioural sciences have been presented with a host of pairwise multiple comparison procedures that attempt to obtain an optimal combination of Type I error control, power, and ease of application. ...
Pairwise multiple comparisons: New yardstick, new results
(American Psychological Association, 2003)
Behavioral science researchers often wish to compare the means of several treatment conditions on a specific dependent measure. The author used a Monte Carlo study to compare familywise error controlling multiple comparison ...
A review of aboriginal women’s physical and mental health status in Ontario
(Canadian Public Health Association, 2003-05)
Timing of treatment and pre-emptive analgesia
(CRC Press, 2003)
Parent stress and adaptive functioning of individuals with developmental disabilities
(Ontario Association on Developmental Disabilities, 2003-11)
Research consistently indicates that parents of individuals with a developmental disability report considerably more stress associated with child characteristics than parents with typically developing children. It is ...
Self-Injurious Behaviours in Autism: A Literature Review
(Journal on Developmental Disabilities, 2003)
Self-injury is a frequent and serious problem for individuals with autism and developmental disabilities. This paper summarizes the clinical and empirical evidence pertaining to self-injury, and highlights valid theories ...
Postoperative Morphine Use and Hyperalgesia Are Reduced by Preoperative but Not Intraoperative Epidural Analgesia: Implications for Preemptive Analgesia and the Prevention of Central Sensitization
(Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, 2003)
Background: The aim of this study was to evaluate the postoperative morphine-sparing effects and reduction in pain and secondary mechanical hyperalgesia after preincisional or postincisional epidural administration of a ...
The effect of tactile and visual sensory inputs on phantom limb awareness
(Oxford University Press, 2003)
Multiple sensory stimuli contribute to the conscious awareness of the body. It is well known that limb amputation can result in abnormal body awareness, but the manner in which the CNS constructs and updates a body schema ...
Women's hysterectomy experiences and decision-making
(Taylor & Francis, 2003)
The goal of the study was to examine women's experiences with gynaecologic symptoms and how they decided to undergo hysterectomy. For this purpose, twenty-nine women were interviewed in hospital within three days of ...