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Randomization is the process through which study subjects are randomly assigned to particular conditions.

Category: Study methods and variables

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A randomized control trial is a research design used to test the efficacy of interventions. Intervention and comparison groups are randomly assigned to appropriately measure the relationships between the intervention and outcome.

Category: Study methods and variables

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Readiness is "the ability of military forces to fight and meet the demands of assigned missions."

Category: Military

The Ready Reserve consists of "the Selected Reserve and Individual Ready Reserve" and is "liable for active duty."

Category: Military

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Recall bias occurs when a participant's memory prior to a treatment is altered by the outcomes of the treatment.

Category: Errors and biases

Regression analyses are tests performed to assess the relationship between two or more variables. In bivariate regression analyses, one independent variable is used to explain or predict the outcome of the dependent variable. In multivariate regression analyses, two or more independent variables are used to explain or predict the outcome of the dependent variable.

Category: Data analyses

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Rehabilitative care is motor performance therapy for service members to improve their physical health and ability.

Category: Military

Reintegration is the dynamic process of returning to personal and organizational roles post-deployment.

Category: Military

The relational turbulence model provides a basis for understanding the relationship between intimate relationship transitions (i.e., from a casual to serious relationship) and couple communication. This theory proposes that specific relationship qualities influence the couple's communication during transitions, thus worsening the experience of negative emotions.

Category: Theories

Religious advisement involves informing a commander on the dynamic relationship between military operations and the religious practices of both U.S. military personnel and inhabitants of the operational location.

Category: Military

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