Interventional effects for mediation analysis with multiple mediators.

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Vansteelandt, S; Daniel, RM;

The mediation formula for the identification of natural (in)direct effects has facilitated mediation analyses that better respect the nature of the data, with greater consideration of the need for confounding control. The default assumptions on which it relies are stron... View more
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