cross-sequential

cross-sequential

[-sikwen′shəl]
Etymology: L, crux + sequi, to follow
(in statistics) pertaining to data that compare several cohorts at different points in time.
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Drawing on a large-scale cross-sequential cohort study (N = 3,000, 9-15 y/o), the research (Phase I) tests and refines the MXSI model, identifying social influence agents and mechanisms, and (Phase II) tests the effectiveness of a social network-implemented health campaign in a group-randomised control trial, targeting the most powerful influence agents and mechanisms.