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*  Craig Newschaffer
Newschaffer holds a bachelor's degree in biology from Boston University (1984) and a PhD in chronic disease epidemiology from ... real risk versus diagnostic bias)...," a view he had expressed the previous year in an interview with the New York Times, ... Newschaffer serves as associate editor of the American Journal of Epidemiology. With regard to the causes of autism, ... as well as a professor of epidemiology at the Drexel University School of Public Health and a professor of psychology at Drexel ...
*  Information bias (epidemiology)
In epidemiology, Information bias refers to bias arising from measurement error. Information bias is also referred to as ... The occurrence of information biases may not be independent of the occurrence of selection biases. 2. Bias in an estimate ... A Dictionary of Epidemiology, sponsored by the International Epidemiological Association, defines this as the following: "1. A ... Copeland, K. T.; Checkoway, H.; McMichael, A. J.; Holbrook, R. H. (1977). "Bias due to misclassification in the estimation of ...
*  2009 flu pandemic by country
Causes included selection bias, media bias and incorrect reporting by governments. Selection bias in epidemiology occurs when ... "Observational studies and bias in epidemiology" (PDF). College board. 2004. Archived (PDF) from the original on 23 April 2009. ... Media bias may have skewed incidence maps based on these media reports. Countries with poor health care systems and poor ... Twenty five samples were sent to the Caribbean Epidemiology Center. Cuba suspended flights to and from Mexico for 48 hours. The ...
*  Social epidemiology
Glymour, M. Maria; Rudolph, Kara E (2016). "Causal inference challenges in social epidemiology: Bias, specificity, and ... While epidemiology is "the study of the distribution and determinants of states of health in populations", social epidemiology ... ISBN 978-0-19-537790-3. Krieger, N (2001). "A glossary for social epidemiology". Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health. 55 ... it has been proposed to integrate molecular pathological epidemiology into social epidemiology. For example, questions of ...
*  Christopher Busby
A Study Constructed from Atomic Radiation, Morality, Epidemiology, Science, Bias, Philosophy and Death. Aberystwyth: Green ...
*  List of MeSH codes (G03)
... bias (epidemiology) MeSH G03.850.490.500.250 --- observer variation MeSH G03.850.490.500.500 --- selection bias MeSH G03.850. ... epidemiology) MeSH G03.850.490.734 --- effect modifiers (epidemiology) MeSH G03.850.490.734.500 --- cohort effect MeSH G03.850. ... epidemiology, molecular MeSH G03.850.520.445 --- epidemiologic research design MeSH G03.850.520.445.150 --- cross-over studies ...
*  List of MeSH codes (N05)
... bias (epidemiology) MeSH N05.715.350.150.675 --- observer variation MeSH N05.715.350.150.775 --- selection bias MeSH N05.715. ... epidemiology) MeSH N05.715.350.350 --- effect modifiers (epidemiology) MeSH N05.715.350.350.225 --- cohort effect MeSH N05.715. ...
*  Information bias
... may refer to: Information bias (epidemiology), bias arising in a clinical study because of misclassification ... Information bias (psychology), a type of cognitive bias, involving e.g. distorted evaluation of information.. ...
*  Abortion-breast cancer hypothesis
Weed DL, Kramer BS (1996). "Induced abortion, bias, and breast cancer: why epidemiology hasn't reached its limit". J. Natl. ... Two recent, large cohort studies, which are less susceptible to bias, showed either protection or no effect on breast cancer ... Afterwards, the director of epidemiology research for the American Cancer Society stated, "[t]his issue has been resolved ... Brind's paper was criticized in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute for ignoring the role of response bias and for a " ...
*  Joel Brind
Weed DL, Kramer BS (1996). "Induced abortion, bias, and breast cancer: why epidemiology hasn't reached its limit". J. Natl. ... The meta-analysis was criticized in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute for ignoring the role of response bias and for ... Journal of epidemiology and community health. 50 (5): 481-96. doi:10.1136/jech.50.5.481. PMC 1060338 . PMID 8944853. ... American Journal of Epidemiology. 123 (5): 781-789. PMID 3962962. Brind, J. L. (1991). "Direct radioimmunoassay of ...
*  Reporting bias
Academic bias Confirmation bias Funding bias Information bias (epidemiology) Meta-analysis Peer review Recall bias Selection ... In epidemiology, reporting bias is defined as "selective revealing or suppression of information" by subjects (for example ... bias Porta, Miquel, ed. (5 June 2008). A Dictionary of Epidemiology. Oxford University Press. p. 275. ISBN 978-0-19-157844-1. ... Reporting bias occurs when the dissemination of research findings is influenced by the nature and direction of the results. ...
*  Folk epidemiology of autism
The mass media has become biased towards using folk epidemiology of autism in order to create better entertainment. The folk ... Folk epidemiology of autism is derived from folk science, and refers to the popular beliefs about the origin of autism. Using ... Folk epidemiology of autism is used by parents with autistic children in order to comprehend their child's condition. The ... This erroneous epidemiology has dominated over scientific evidence in society due to the miscommunication of scientific ...
*  Recall bias
Moren, Alain; Valenciano, Marta (Kitching, Aileen, ed.). "Information (measurement) bias". Field Epidemiology Manual. FEM Wiki ... Sometimes also referred to as response bias, responder bias or reporting bias, this type of measurement bias can be a ... One method that is adopted in clinical trials to minimize recall bias is to include a "wash out period", i.e., a substantial ... In epidemiological research, recall bias is a systematic error caused by differences in the accuracy or completeness of the ...
*  Lead time bias
... - General Practice Notebook Gordis, Leon (2008). Epidemiology. Philadelphia: Saunders. p. 318. ISBN 978-1-4160- ... Lead time bias can affect interpretation of the five-year survival rate. Health portal Medicine portal Stats portal Science ...
*  Bias
In epidemiology and empirical research, reporting bias is defined as "selective revealing or suppression of information" of ... Media bias is the bias or perceived bias of journalists and news producers within the mass media in the selection of events, ... Academic bias is the bias or perceived bias of scholars allowing their beliefs to shape their research and the scientific ... The related bias, no abstract available bias (NAA bias) is scholars' tendency to cite journal articles that have an abstract ...
*  Selection bias
International Journal of Epidemiology. 34 (1): 87-88. doi:10.1093/ije/dyh406. Bostrom, Nick (2002). Anthropic Bias: Observation ... Funding bias List of cognitive biases Participation bias Publication bias Reporting bias Sampling bias Sampling probability ... Selection bias is closely related to: publication bias or reporting bias, the distortion produced in community perception or ... Selection bias is the bias introduced by the selection of individuals, groups or data for analysis in such a way that proper ...
*  Uffe Ravnskov
Ravnskov U., "Quotation bias in reviews of the diet-heart idea", Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 1995; 48: 713-9. Ravnskov U ...
*  Evolutionary mismatch
Riggs, Jack E. (1993). "Stone-age genes and modern lifestyle: Evolutionary mismatch or differential survival bias". Journal of ... Riggs published in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology in 1993. In the years to follow, the term evolutionary mismatch has ... Clinical Epidemiology. 46: 1289-1291. doi:10.1016/0895-4356(93)90093-g - via Elsevier Science Direct. "Evolution Institute ...
*  Epidemiology
Information bias is bias arising from systematic error in the assessment of a variable. An example of this is recall bias. A ... "molecular epidemiology". Specifically, "genetic epidemiology" has been used for epidemiology of germline genetic variation and ... Hernán, M. A.; Hernández-Díaz, S.; Robins, J. M. (2004). "A structural approach to selection bias". Epidemiology. 15 (5): 615- ... "An Introduction to Epidemiology, Fifth Edition". Chapter 2: Historic Developments in Epidemiology. Jones and Bartlett ...
*  Funnel plot
"Funnel plots for detecting bias in meta-analysis: guidelines on choice of axis". Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 54 (10): ... "Misleading funnel plot for detection of bias in meta-analysis". Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 53 (5): 477-484. doi:10.1016/ ... A funnel plot is a graph designed to check for the existence of publication bias; funnel plots are commonly used in systematic ... In the absence of publication bias, it assumes that studies with high precision will be plotted near the average, and studies ...
*  Attrition (medicine, epidemiology)
Intention-to-treat analysis Selection bias#Attrition. ...
*  Bias (statistics)
2008) Modern Epidemiology (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins) pp.134-137. Neyman, J; Pearson, E S (1936). "Contributions to the ... biasing the sample. This can also be termed Berksonian bias.Spectrum bias arises from evaluating diagnostic tests on biased ... Attrition bias arises due to a loss of participants e.g. loss to follow up during a study. Recall bias arises due to ... Analytical bias arise due to the way that the results are evaluated. Exclusion bias arise due to the systematic exclusion of ...
*  Healthy user bias
"A review of the healthy worker effect in occupational epidemiology". Occupational Medicine. 49 (4): 225-9. doi:10.1093/occmed/ ... The healthy user bias is a bias that can damage the validity of epidemiologic studies testing the efficacy of particular ... Specifically, it is a sampling bias: the kind of subjects that voluntarily enroll in a clinical trial and actually follow the ... user bias. Cancer science, 106(1), 108-114. "Do We Really Know What Makes Us Healthy?" Science portal Stats portal Health ...
*  Lagging (epidemiology)
Protopathic bias is a potential bias when there is a lag time from the first symptoms and start of treatment before actual ... In epidemiology, lagging (or exposure lagging) means excluding the exposure in a time period before registration of an outcome ... It can be used to mitigate protopathic bias, that is, when a treatment for the first symptoms of a disease or other outcome ... Page 301 in: Modern epidemiology. Authors: Kenneth J. Rothman, Sander Greenland, Timothy L. Lash. Edition: 3, illustrated. ...
*  Obesity paradox
The terminology reverse epidemiology was first proposed by Kamyar Kalantar-Zadeh in the journal Kidney International in 2003 ... The obesity paradox has been criticized on the grounds of being an artifact arising from biases in observational studies. ... Preston, Samuel; Stokes, Andrew (2014). "Obesity Paradox: Conditioning on Disease Enhances Biases in Estimating the Mortality ... Kalantar-Zadeh, Kamyar; Block, Gladys; Horwich, Tamara; Fonarow, Gregg C (2004). "Reverse epidemiology of conventional ...
*  Andrew Wakefield
Dr Ian Lipkin, professor of epidemiology and director of the Center for Infection and Immunity at Columbia University's Mailman ... and said he believed the paper would have been rejected as biased if the peer reviewers had been aware of Wakefield's conflict ...
*  Publication bias
"Local literature bias in genetic epidemiology: An empirical evaluation of the Chinese literature". PLoS Medicine. 2 (12): e334 ... collaboration AllTrials Confirmation bias Counternull Experimenter's bias Funding bias FUTON bias List of cognitive biases ... Other factors include experimenter bias and white hat bias. Publication bias can be contained through better-powered studies, ... Publication bias is a type of bias that occurs in published academic research. It occurs when the outcome of an experiment or ...