[R-meta] Quick question about multiple independent samples within one study
Viechtbauer, Wolfgang (SP)
wolfg@ng@viechtb@uer @ending from m@@@trichtuniver@ity@nl
Thu Dec 13 15:24:13 CET 2018
I would suggest to use a multilevel model for this. This is in fact the perfect application of the three-level model described by Konstantopoulos (2011):
So, in this case, we would add random effects for studies and groups within studies.
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>Subject: [R-meta] Quick question about multiple independent samples
>within one study
>in my current meta-analysis, I'm looking at a single DV in each study.
>However, some studies report multiple samples (e.g., children and
>adults). The samples are utterly independent, but the measures used
>across samples are equal. Would you suggest that I treat those studies
>as correlated in a random-effects model or can I treat them as unrelated
>as the samples are independent of each other?
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