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Classification, direction, and prevention of bias in epidemiologic research.CHOI (B.C.K.); NOSEWORTHY (A.L.).JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE. 1992; 265-271, issn 0096-1736ARTICLE.

Using key informant methods in organizational survey research : Assessing for informant bias. HUGHES (L.C.); PRESKI (S.).RESEARCH IN NURSING AND HEALTH. 1997; 81-92, issn 0160-6891ARTICLE.

Potential for bias in waiting time studies : events between enrolment and admission. SOBOLEV (B.); BROWN (P.); ZELT (D.) et al.JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH. 2001; 891-894, issn 0143-005XARTICLE.

Correcting standardized rate ratios for imprecise classification of a polychotomous exposure variable with limited data.ROSENBAUM (W.L.); STERLING (T.D.); WEINKAM (J.J.) et al.AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1995; 442-445, issn 0002-9262ARTICLE.

Attributable risk : advantages of a broad definition of exposure.WACHOLDER (S.); BENICHOU (J.); HEINEMAN (E.F.) et al.AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1994; 303-309, issn 0002-9262ARTICLE.

Correcting for exposure misclassification using an alloyed gold standard.BRENNER (H.).EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1996; 406-410, issn 1044-3983ARTICLE.

An introduction to instrumental variables for epidemiologists. GREENLAND (S.).INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2000; 722-729, issn 0300-5771ARTICLE.

Bias in meta-analytic research.FELSON (D.T.).JOURNAL OF CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1992; 885-892, issn 0895-4356ARTICLE.

Complancency bias in clinical trials.SACRISTAN (J.A.); SOTO (J.); ALANIS (A.) et al.THE LANCET. 1992; 375-, issn 0140-6736ARTICLE.

Does nondifferential misclassification of exposure always bias a true effect toward the null value ?DOSEMECI (M.); WACHOLDER (S.); LUBIN (J.H.) et al.AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1990; 746-748, issn 0002-9262ARTICLE.

Ecologic versus individual-level sources of bias in ecologic estimates of contextual health effects. GREENLAND (Sander).INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2001; 1343-1350, issn 0300-5771ARTICLE.

Blind assignment of exposure does not always prevent differential misclassification.WACHOLDER (S.); DOSEMECI (M.); LUBIN (J.H.) et al.AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1991; 433-437, issn 0002-9262ARTICLE.

Epidemiologic methods : the "art" in the state of the art. KLEINBAUM (David-G).JOURNAL OF CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2002; 1196-1200, issn 0895-4356ARTICLE.

Simulation study of the effect of the early mortality exclusion on confounding of the exposure-mortality relation by preexisting disease. SINGH (Pramil-N); XIAOYING WANG (.).AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2001; 963-971, issn 0002-9262ARTICLE.

Publication bias in meta-analysis : its causes and consequences. THORNTON (A.); LEE (P.).JOURNAL OF CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2000; 207-216, issn 0895-4356ARTICLE.

The potential and limitations of meta-analysis.SPECTOR (T.D.); THOMPSON (S.G.).JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH. 1991; 89-92, issn 0143-005XARTICLE.

Assessing bias in case-control studies : proper selection of cases and controls.SUTTON-TYRRELL (K.).STROKE. 1991; 938-942, issn 0039-2499ARTICLE.

Le recours à un répondant proxy importe-t-il dans les enquêtes sur la santé ?DAVIN (B.); JOUTARD (X.); PARAPONARIS (A.) et al.Méthodes de sondage.. 2008; 113-118, isbn 978-2-10-051777-0CHAPITRE.

Choice of effect measure for epidemiological data. WALTER (S.D.).JOURNAL OF CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2000; 931-939, issn 0895-4356ARTICLE.

Random-effects meta-analyses are not always conservative. POOLE (C.); GREENLAND (S.).AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1999; 469-475, issn 0002-9262ARTICLE.

Maximizing accuracy and precision using individual and grouped exposure assessments.SEIXAS (N.S.); SHEPPARD (L.).SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF WORK, ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH. 1996; 94-101, issn 0355-3140ARTICLE.

Non-differential underestimation may cause a threshold effect of exposure to appear as a dose-response relationship.VERKERK (P.H.); BUITENDIJK (S.E.).JOURNAL OF CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1992; 543-545, issn 0895-4356ARTICLE.

Correlated nondifferential misclassifications of disease and exposure: application to a cross-sectional study of the relation between handedness and immune disorders.CHAVANCE (M.); DELLATOLAS (G.); LELLOUCH (J.) et al.INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1992; 537-546, issn 0300-5771ARTICLE.

Effect of nondifferential misclassification on estimates of odds ratios with multiple levels of exposure.BIRKETT (N.J.).AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1992; 356-362, issn 0002-9262ARTICLE.

Methodological problems in investigating disease clusters.WARTENBERG (D.); GREENBERG (M.); GOLDSMITH (J.R.) et al.SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT. 1992; 173-185, issn 0048-9697ARTICLE, CONGRES.

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