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20 * Sun, 8/4/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-516d
Attrition in Mental Health Studies, an Eternal Problem with Multiple Implications: Some Recent Issues and Solutions — Topic Contributed Papers
Mental Health Statistics Section , Health Policy Statistics Section , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Organizer(s): Samiran Ghosh, Wayne State University School of Medicine
Chair(s): Samiran Ghosh, Wayne State University School of Medicine
2:05 PM A Hidden Markov Model for Nonignorable Nonmonotone Missing Longitudinal Data for Medical Studies of Quality of Life Andrea Troxel, Univ of Pennsylvania School of Medicine ; Kaijun Liao, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
2:25 PM Handling Attrition in Intensive Longitudinal Mental Heath Studies: Challenges and Solutions Hui Xie
2:45 PM Analysis of Longitudinal Data with Attrition and Mortality Ofer Harel, University of Connecticut
3:05 PM Alternative Methods for Bayesian Variable Selection in Binomial Regression Models with Missing Covariates Xiaowei Yang, CUNY-Hunter College ; Gang Liu, Google ; Thomas R. Belin, UCLA Department of Biostatistics
3:25 PM Floor Discussion

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