binary outcome measure

binary outcome measure

An outcome measure which assumes only one of 2 values—e.g., acute myocardial infarction or not; cerebrovascular event or not; death or not.
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The binary outcome measure was the use of assistive technology, and the three covariates assessed by the other three research questions were parental involvement, school placement, and the likelihood of a youth eventually getting a paid job.