Coping strategies in psychiatric clinical research

  • Kraemer H
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Abstract

Classical and elementary approaches to design and analysis of research frequently are based on expectations of the behavior of subjects and of measures of response that are unrealistic in the context of psychiatric clinical research. A broad range of strategies in sampling, measurement, design, execution, implementation, and analysis are examined, and specific strategies are suggested that tend to be suc- cessful in the real world of psychiatric clinical research.

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  • Helena C. Kraemer

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