Latest paper on Autism – ‘Factors related to retention in a longitudinal study of infants at familial risk for autism’
Open Access paper from JCPP Advances
Background – Reporting retention data is critical to determining the soundness of a study’s conclusions (internal validity) and broader generalizability (external validity). Although selective attrition can lead to overestimates of effects, biased conclusions, or overly expansive generalizations, retention rates are not reported in many longitudinal studies.
Authors: Sally Ozonoff, Monique M. Hill, Alesha Hill, Kevin Ashley, Gregory S. Young
First published: 26 January 2023
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