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Project MATCH hypotheses

Results and causal chain analyses (Project MATCH monograph series)

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ISBN 100160509165
ISBN 109780160509162
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Research Questions and Hypotheses from a study sample. Hypotheses are used often in experiments in which investigators compare groups. Advisers often recommend their use in a formal research project, such as a dissertation or thesis, as a means of stat-ing the direction a study will take. Objectives, on the other hand, indicate.   A longitudinal model of intake symptomatology, AA participation, and outcome: Retrospective study of the Project MATCH outpatient and aftercare samples. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 62,

  Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. The classical mechanics. Relative and absolute motion. Energy and thermo-dynamics -- Nature: Hypotheses in physics. The theories of modern physics. The calculus of . Project MATCH secondary a priori hypotheses Project MATCH secondary a priori hypotheses, Aims. (1) To assess the benefits of matching alcohol dependent clients to three treatments, based upon a priori hypotheses involving 11 client attributes; (2) to discuss the implications of these findings and of matching hypotheses previously reported from Project MATCH.

PROJECT MATCH 3-YEAR OUTCOMES In , the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) initiated a multisite study (Project MATCH) of patient treatment matching hypotheses at nine U.S. sites.3 The participating investigators identified 10 primary and 11 secondary client attributes that could. Hypotheses. Hypotheses are statements that predict an outcome and provide a potential explanation for an experiment, based on prior knowledge. By using the resources below, students will learn about this important science skill and practice making good hypotheses.


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Matches from the enormous Project MATCH data base; a description of the causal chains postulated for the hypotheses; and the analytic methods employed to test the causal chains.

The term “causal chains” may be new to many. It refers to the sequence of steps (or pathway) postulated to lead from the intervention to its. Aims: (1) To assess the benefits of matching alcohol dependent clients to three treatments, based upon a priori hypotheses involving 11 client attributes; (2) to discuss the implications of these findings and of matching hypotheses previously reported from Project MATCH.

Setting and participants: (1) Clients receiving outpatient therapy (N = ; 72% male); (2) clients receiving aftercare. Sir—Having reviewed Jurgen Rehm's review of the edited volume, Project MATCH Hypotheses: Results and Causal Chain Analyses (), as well as the dialogue of Finney and Rehm concerning the merits of the volume (Finney ; Rehm ), we are, not surprisingly, more heartened by the merit that Finney finds in the volume than the malaise expressed by : Richard Longabaugh, Philip W.

Wirtz. The cost of Project MATCH was originally placed at $27 million. However, John Allen, an NIAAA administrator, has since put the cost at $35 million (Jeffrey Schaler, private communication, May, ).

The training manuals created by MATCH include a foreword by Enoch Gordis announcing: "Researchers in Project MATCH are among the most senior and. Aims. (1) To assess the benefits of matching alcohol dependent clients to three treatments, based upon a priori hypotheses involving 11 client attributes; Project MATCH hypotheses book to discuss the implications of these findings and of matching hypotheses previously reported from Project MATCH.

Volume 8: Project MATCH: Hypotheses: Results and Causal Chain Analyses—This final volume offers a detailed accounting of the vision that shaped the hypotheses tested in Project MATCH.

Each of the hypotheses required a rigorous specification of the postulated mechanisms of change, along with the statistical model to be used for analysis. Project MATCH Research Group (a) Matching alcoholism treatments to client heterogeneity: Project MATCH posttreatment drinking outcomes.

Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 58(1), Project MATCH Research Group (b) Project MATCH secondary a priori hypotheses. Project MATCH hypotheses: Results and causal chain analyses.

Bethesda, Maryland: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism;; Project MATCH Research Group Matching alcoholism treatments to client heterogeneity: Project MATCH posttreatment drinking outcomes. Journal of Studies on Alcohol.

; – Quantity for Project MATCH Monograph Series Volume 8: Project MATCH Hypotheses: Results and Causal Chain Analyses. Limit 1. NIAAA Research Monographs (–) The majority of the research monographs are based on papers presented at NIAAA-sponsored conferences on a topic.

Each monograph reviews and analyzes studies conducted by alcohol. Project MATCH is a multisite clinical trial designed to test a series of a priori hypotheses on how patient-treatment interactions relate to outcome. Two independent but parallel matching studies are being conducted, one with clients recruited from outpatient settings, the other with patients receiving aftercare treatment following inpatient care.

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Oh what a tangled web they wove. Cutler and Fishbain [] re-analyzed Project MATCH data to challenge "a fundamental belief of addiction treatment that therapy is effective."They noted that patients who dropped out before receiving treatment nevertheless showed substantial change on the primary outcome measures, whereas only those who completed therapy showed significant further.

‘Project match hypotheses’: what this monograph aims to achieve Article in Addiction 98(4) April with 27 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Project MATCH began in in the United States and was sponsored by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA).

The project was an 8-year, multi site, $million investigation that studied which types of alcoholics respond best to which forms of treatment. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Shipping list no.: P. Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm.

Contents. Project MATCH hypotheses: Results and causal chain analyses (Project MATCH monograph series) Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more.

Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll. Bethesda, MD: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse andJ. () Review of Project MATCH Hypotheses: Results and Causal Chain Analyses. Addiction, 97, Methodological. AIMS: (1) To assess the benefits of matching alcohol dependent clients to three treatments, based upon a priori hypotheses involving 11 client attributes; (2) to discuss the implications of these findings and of matching hypotheses previously reported from Project MATCH.

Project MATCH hypotheses. Bethesda, Md.: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, [] (OCoLC) mary matching hypotheses on these drinking outcomes, along with analyses of main effects for treatment type, client matching attribute and site differences during the year fol- lowing completion of the week treatment period.

Method Subjects Although Project MATCH consisted of two indepen. Project MATCH was a multisite clinical trial designed to test a series of a prior hypotheses on how patient-treatment interactions relate to outcome. Two independent but parallel matching studies were conducted, one with clients recruited from outpatient settings, the other with patients receiving aftercare treatment following inpatient care.

Project MATCH secondary a priori hypotheses. Addiction, 92, Project MATCH Research Group (). Matching alcoholism treatments to client heterogeneity: Project MATCH three-year drinking outcomes.

Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 22, Project MATCH Research Group ().NIAAA Reports Project MATCH Main Findings Washington, D.C. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism today announced main findings from the largest and most statistically powerful clinical trial of psychotherapies ever undertaken.

Designed to test whether different types of alcoholics respond differently to specific therapeutic approaches, the eight-year.