study variable

study variable

A term of art used in a clinical trial design for the variable or variables to be captured on a case report form (CRF).
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He was a graduate research assistant in the University's fracture mechanics Sinclair Laboratory in the Mechanical Engineering Department where he used FTA test systems to study variable amplitude fatigue crack growth and aging aircraft as part of damage prognosis systems.
As a single descriptive study, Level VI data were obtained (Polit & Beck, 2012); data obtained provided the ability to correlate each study variable.
As previous researches were not found to measure the present study variable among physically disabled and normal employees in Pakistani context, so present research will be an effort to fill this literature gap and this study is helpful for policy makers, normal and disabled government employees.
Where l22 represent population correlation coefficients between y and x, Where l40 = b2(y) and l04 = b2(x) were the kurtosis for the population of the study variable and the auxiliary variable respectively.
Generally, the correlation coefficients found were low, the highest being between the dependent study variable (GOODWIMP) and the LEV variable (57.
Table 4: Mean, standard deviation and t-value for male and female among study variable (N = 220).
Prior to analyses, 228 surveys, for which the test respondent failed to complete all items on any given study variable, were removed; the resulting final sample size was 1,432, for a completion rate of 86.
The topic they wanted to investigate or the main study variable was what effect abuse--either heard or witnessed--had on male and female children.
8 (1) Completed years Table 2: Correlation between amount of ethanol intake (g/week) and nutritional status indicators Study Variable r ([paragraph]) P-value Weight Men (n= 97) 0.
Table 1: Comparison of study variables between girls of High, Moderate and Low Physical Activity Groups Study Variable HPAG (n=21) MPAG (n=99) Weight (kg) 43.