HLTB15H3 Chapter 8: chapter 8 notes (part 2) for HLTA10

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Turnover tables" are needed provide a basic analysis of the percentage changes in all directions in a variable of interest. changes can include life experiences from respondents women getting pregnant as they get older, etc. The instrument"s scores are compared before and after an intervention that is expected to affect the construct. current issue because there isn"t a sufficient method of calculating the scores. Test the relative magnitude of the differences between means, and describe the amount of total variance n the dependent variable. provide an indication of the magnitude of differences between groups, of the magnitude of change between assessment periods. can judge responsiveness to change of a measurement instrument. no information about meaning of the change in score. most common method calculate the difference between mean scores at assessments, divided by the standard deviation of baseline scores.

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