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Optimization of behavioral, biobehavioral, and biomedical interventions : advanced topics

Author: Linda M Collins; Kari C Kugler
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2018.
Series: Statistics for social and behavioral sciences.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Behavioral, biobehavioral, and biomedical interventions are programs with the objective of improving and maintaining human health and well-being, broadly defined, in individuals, families, schools, organizations, or communities. These interventions may be aimed at, for example, preventing or treating disease, promoting physical and mental health, preventing violence, or improving academic achievement. This book  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)1031448727
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Linda M Collins; Kari C Kugler
ISBN: 9783319917764 3319917765
OCLC Number: 1046977804
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Intro; Preface; The Chapters in This Book; How to Use This Book; Contents; Using the Multiphase Optimization Strategy (MOST) to Develop an Optimized Online STI Preventive Intervention Aimed at College Students: Description of Conceptual Model and Iterative Approach to Optimization; 1 Introduction; 1.1 The Current Chapter; 2 The Conceptual Model of the Intersection of Alcohol Use and Sexual Behaviors; 2.1 Overview; 2.2 Intervention Components; 2.2.1 Outcome Expectancies; 2.2.2 Descriptive Norms and Injunctive Norms; 2.2.3 Perceived Benefits; 2.2.4 Self-Efficacy to Use PBS 2.3 Pathways from the Intervention Components to Alcohol-Related Sexual Risk Behaviors and STIs2.4 Potential Moderators; 2.4.1 Gender; 2.4.2 Race/Ethnicity; 2.4.3 Other Individual-Level; 2.4.4 Environmental; 3 Optimizing itMatters; 3.1 Overview of the Iterative Approach to Optimization; 3.2 Criteria for Determining Whether a Component Has an Empirically Detectable Effect; 3.3 Design of the Optimization Trials; 3.4 Subjects and Measures; 3.4.1 Subjects; 3.4.2 Outcome Measures; 3.5 Revision of Components; 3.6 Secondary Analysis of Data from the Optimization Trials; 4 Evaluating itMatters 5 Discussion5.1 The Conceptual Model; 5.2 The Iterative Approach to Optimization; References; Implementing Factorial Experiments in Real-World Settings: Lessons Learned While Engineering an Optimized Smoking Cessation Treatment; 1 Introduction; 2 Tobacco Treatment Optimization Trials; 3 Factor Selection; 3.1 Selection of Robust Intervention Components with Appropriate Comparison Levels; 3.2 Common Treatments or Constant Components; 3.3 Similarity of the Intervention Components; 4 Factor Integration and Implementation; 5 Implementing Factors with Fidelity; 5.1 Protocols; 5.2 Staff Training 5.3 Rigorous Systems5.4 Fidelity Checks; 6 Randomization; 7 Data Collection; 8 The Participant Perspective; 9 Reporting Results; 10 Conclusions; References; Multilevel Factorial Designs in Intervention Development; 1 Introduction; 2 Classes of Multilevel Factorial Designs; 2.1 Within-PEC Factorials; 2.2 Between-PEC Factorials; 2.3 Hybrid-PEC Factorials; 2.4 Full-EIC Factorials; 2.5 Partial-EIC Factorials; 3 Discussion; 3.1 Accommodating Cluster-by-Treatment Interactions; 3.2 Extensions to Sequential Randomizations; A.1 Appendix 1: Details Concerning Power Calculations B.1 Appendix 2: Sample R and SAS Code for Calculating PowerC.1 Appendix 3: SAS Code for Hybrid-PEC Designs; References; Experimental Designs for Research on Adaptive Interventions: Singly and Sequentially Randomized Trials; 1 Introduction; 2 Adaptive Interventions; 2.1 An Example Adaptive Intervention: Social Skills Intervention in a School Setting for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder; 3 Unanswered Questions When Building an Optimized Adaptive Intervention; 4 Experimental Designs for Building Effective Adaptive Interventions; 4.1 Example 1: A Two-Arm SRT
Series Title: Statistics for social and behavioral sciences.
Responsibility: Linda M. Collins, Kari C. Kugler, editors.

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