It was disconcerting that, though a statistically significant difference existed between treatment and comparison groups
in behavioral intent, one-half the students completing the program said they were unlikely to perform BSE.
The rationale for the use of these matching variables was to obtain comparison groups
drawn from populations as similar as possible to project enrollees.
4% in the comparison groups
exclusively breastfed their babies up to five months (Table 8).
A received a list of 21 words grouped randomly into three groups of seven.
Table 1 displays real wages in 1998 dollars by year for RNs and the two comparison groups
Initially this was done separately for the intervention and comparison groups
Using one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) procedures, participants in the intervention and comparison groups
were tested for equivalence on the pretest measures of depression, anxiety, stress, and trauma.
Previous convictions are a factor in sentencing, but because the Ilderton and comparison groups
are similar in terms of offending careers, this is unlikely to explain any differences in sentencing here.
did not compare the performance of their dyslexics with that of a comparison group
of normal readers.
Both treatment and comparison groups
received the money after the questionnaires were returned.
It was explained to both the camper and comparison groups
that there were no right or wrong answers; the purpose of the test was to see how they had been feeling during the past few weeks.
We choose these three groups of states as comparison groups
since we would expect very little change in dental care use among poor adults in these states in 2014.