replication study

replication study

Internal medicine A clinical study that seeks to verify data from a prior study.
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MMP3 and TIMP2 gene variants as predisposing factors for Achilles tendon pathologies: Attempted replication study in a British case- control cohort.
For example, a study that establishes a mathematics intervention as evidence based relative to a counterfactual could lose its treatment effect if the counterfactual shifts or strengthens in a subsequent replication study.
Psychologist Brian Nosek of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville and other members of the group that conducted the original replication study (SN: 10/3/15, p.
However, the replication study included both men and women, and no differences were observed, making it unlikely that gender had any significant effect on selecting the best site to predict TNBC.
Methods: To assess this association, we performed a replication study in 953 SALS patients and 1039 age- and gender-matched healthy control subjects, who were recruited from Peking University Third Hospital and the First Affiliated Hospital of Anhui Medical University from January 2004 to December 2013 throughout China.
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.
These improvements may help seniors maintain their independence," he says, "since delaying the onset of cognitive impairment by as little as five or six years would greatly reduce the number of people affected with dementia," However, he adds that a replication study is required to confirm the results.
Furthermore, an independent replication study at the Max Planck Institute found 79 genetic markers having a 91% probability to accurately classify patients at risk of antidepressant-induced suicide.
based replication study (Armington & Odle, 1982) indicated that only 35.
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.