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T-tests are used to analyze a null hypothesis dealing with means, data not concerned with means, or data with several means involved.

Category: Data analyses

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Telemedicine is the communication and delivery of health services through the use of telecommunications and information technologies.

Category: Military

Family resilience theory addresses the ability (or inability) of families to come out of a crisis or avoid a crisis altogether. This model has assumed various definitions among researchers and practitioners, but overall has evolved in meaning through a series of waves. The first wave version of the family resilience model was grounded in family stress and coping theory, and identified resilience as an outcome. The second wave version, on the other hand, was grounded in individual resilience, family stress theory, and family systems theory along with the notion of resilience as a process rather than an outcome.

A theoretical framework is the incorporation of theory into a research design. Theory can inform research questions, design models, and the interpretation of results, and thus can provide justification for the study and improve its validity.

Category: Study methods and variables

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A theory is "a set of ideas that serves as a framework for understanding the world around us."

Category: Theories

Transfer bias occurs when the various groups within a study lost unequal numbers of participants during the study.

Category: Errors and biases

The transition assistance program (TAP) is a transition program based upon an outcome-based curriculum which prepares service members to exit military service and enter the civilian sector through a series of training modules and services.

Category: Programs and therapies

Trauma-focused cognitive behavioral thepray (TF-CBT), is a treatment designed for families, particularly children and adolescents, impacted by traumatic experiences. This treatment is centered on trauma-sensitive interventions paired with cognitive behavioral therapy and family principles.

Category: Programs and therapies

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see "Multistage Cluster Sampling"

Category: Study methods and variables

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Type I errors occur when results present a false relationship between predictor and outcome where there is none.

Category: Errors and biases

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