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APT

AntiPlatelet Trialists. A meta-analysis of 145 prospective controlled trials of antiplatelet therapy administered post myocardial infarction, stroke, or TIA, or given to patients with a positive cardiovascular history (vascular surgery, angioplasty, angina, etc).
Conclusion ±25% reduction in each category, and a trend toward decreased risk with aspirin doses of ≤325 mg/day.

apperceptive personality test

(a″pĕr-sep′tiv),

APT

A test used to assess attitudes, moods, and perceptions. The person tested examines a series of images and is asked to construct a story about each of them.
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Among other things, he is the inventor of the Arbitrage Pricing Theory and a pioneer in the area of financial derivatives and interest rate models.
Similarly, the same arbitrage arguments would apply to the Arbitrage Pricing Theory (APT).
This text examines both sets of issues and applications to regression models, including arbitrage pricing theory models, covering the testing process for econometric models, testing for block effects, model selection procedures, information criteria and controlled information criteria for model selection, the arbitrage pricing model and model selection for testing the arbitrage pricing theory, and case studies for modeling the risk premium of listed stocks.
A subsequent more general development is the Arbitrage Pricing Theory (APT) [Ross, 1976; Roll and Ross, 1980].