replication study

replication study

Internal medicine A clinical study that seeks to verify data from a prior study.
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The researchers also did a replication study in an independent cohort of 486 Caucasian children.
Responding to calls for replication research in the supply chain management literature, the current article reports the results of a replication study that looked at the performance of logistics outsourcing relationships among German logistics managers.
Designing and conducting a replication study does not require access to raw data from the original study; this would abrogate the concept of independence.
What I will not allow is successful replication to be claimed if the effect size (ES) of the replication study falls within the 95% CI of the effect size of the original study.
After performing a replication study in an independent U.
This qualitative replication study is a response to this research gap.
This will require the performance of two different types of studies; a Comparison of Methods Study to estimate inaccuracy (bias) and a Replication Study to estimate imprecision.
The associations were confirmed in a separate replication study on a population of 5,639 patients and 24,608 controls.
7 billion data points), five regions of the genome were significantly associated with bone mineral density, and these findings held up in a replication study in three separate populations.
As with the main study, the same progression based on Baron and Kenny's (1986) three steps were followed and are again described to detail the replication study.
Goodwin said, noting that a replication study is in the works, the results of which are expected by the end of the year.
First, a replication study should be conducted with a larger sample size.