Statistical aspects of optimal treatment assignment

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van der Linden, Willem J.;
(1980)
  • Publisher: University of Twente, Faculty Educational Science and Technology
  • Subject: Elementary Secondary Education | IR-103614 | Hypothesis Testing | Research Design | Predictor Variables | Individualized Instruction | Decision Making | Bayesian Statistics | Regression (Statistics) | Mastery Tests | Attitude Treatment Interaction

The issues of treatment assignment is ordinarily dealt with within the framework of testing aptitude treatment interaction (ATI) hypothesis. ATI research mostly uses linear regression techniques, and an ATI exists when the aptitude treatment (AT) regression lines cross ... View more
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