replication study

replication study

Internal medicine A clinical study that seeks to verify data from a prior study.
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The sixth article by Oakes, Schellman, Lane, Common, Powers, Diebold, and Gaskill shares the findings of a replication study that assessed educators' perceived knowledge, confidence, and usefulness, as well as a measure of actual knowledge of concepts taught in a professional learning series on functional assessment-based interventions (FABI; Umbreit, Liaupsin, Ferro, & Lane, 2007).
Replication study supports CTNND2 as a susceptibility gene for high myopia.
Such findings emphasize strongly the need for a replication study of the potential of visfatin for the prediction of organ failure and/or overall survival in ICU patients.
MMP3 and TIMP2 gene variants as predisposing factors for Achilles tendon pathologies: Attempted replication study in a British case- control cohort.
Hourly rounding: A replication study. MEDSURG Nursing, 27(1), 23-26, 36.
Over 96% diagnosis and PTS symptom remission in the 30 women veteran's replication study.
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.
Figure 2 presents the mean AUC values for the small and large magnitude monetary and medical-treatment outcomes in the probability discounting conditions: Panel A, on the left, depicting the Study 3 results (the replication study), and Panel B, on the right, depicting the Study 4 results (with the brain cancer condition replaced by the body paralysis condition).
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.
The sponsors of a home visiting model now have a strong incentive to measure as many aspects of each domain as possible in both the initial study and any replication study because any combination of positive findings in a given domain would satisfy the replication requirement.