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    Poll: How do you handle subjects having very different patterns?




    Good day everyone - I am curious as to what you all do in these situations.

    If you are running a sleep study, and you are simply using two groups. What do you do if you know people in these 2 groups (and in the real world) have VERY different sleep patterns?

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    Re: Poll: How do you handle subjects having very different patterns?

    Quote Originally Posted by allie_moore View Post
    Good day everyone - I am curious as to what you all do in these situations.

    If you are running a sleep study, and you are simply using two groups. What do you do if you know people in these 2 groups (and in the real world) have VERY different sleep patterns?
    Can you give a little bit more information about your study? Are the two groups randomized? Is grouping your main exposure (independent variable) of interest? What is your outcome measure?

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    Re: Poll: How do you handle subjects having very different patterns?


    No problem.

    Two groups are randomized
    This is based on us testing two separate treatments

    There is two dependent variables (two different questionnaires), based on self reported measures.

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