Longitudinal

 

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Analysis in Randomized Trials

Guillermo J. Prado describes the benefits of latent growth curve models in longitudinal trials.

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Q&A

Anonymity Works Best

Joel W. Grube discusses the importance of anonymity in research with adolescents, and a technique for maintaining anonymity in longitudinal research.

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Bipolar Disorder in Young Adults

Terence A. Ketter discusses the research opportunities afforded by the longitudinal design of STEP-BD.

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Challenges in Measuring Longitudinally

John E. Bates outlines some measurement challenges related to children's development.

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Choosing Longitudinal

Wesley K. Thompson talks about measurement over time.

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Combining Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Data

Benjamin LĂȘ Cook expresses hope that combining cross-sectional and longitudinal data will provide a clearer picture of health disparities.

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Keeping Families in the Study

J. Steven Reznick describes what he has done to retain families in longitudinal studies.

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Longitudinal Design in Bipolar Disorder

Joseph R. Calabrese describes two recent studies of children and adults with bipolar disorder.

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Measuring a Changing Population

Terence A. Ketter addresses wellness measurement in young adults.

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Motivating Participants

Connection and communication are paths to retention, suggests Aude Henin.

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Not for the Faint of Heart

Stephen Hinshaw shares lessons he has learned while conducting longitudinal research.

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Featured

Analysis in Randomized Trials
Guillermo J. Prado describes the benefits of latent growth curve models in longitudinal trials.


Longitudinal Design in Bipolar Disorder
Joseph R. Calabrese describes two recent studies of children and adults with bipolar disorder.



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