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Question 1 1.7 out of 1.7 points Selection bias is most likely to occur in which type of study? Selected Answer: d. Both retrospective cohort and case- control studies Question 2 1.7 out of 1.7 points Interviewer/recording bias can occur in Selected Answer: d. Any type of epidemiologic study Question 3 1.7 out of 1.7 points If a subjects’ willingness to participate is related to both their exposure status and disease status, the resulting bias is known as Selected Answer: c. Self-selection bias Question 4 1.6 out of 1.6 points Non-differential misclassification tends to bias study results in which direction? Selected Answer: a. Towards the null Question 5 1.7 out of 1.7 points Loss to follow-up bias is an important concern in which type of epidemiologic study? Selected Answer: d. Both cohort and experimental studies Question 6 1.7 out of 1.7 points Which of the following is a method for controlling confounding in the analysis phase only of a study?
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  • Fall '16
  • Mr. Mihalko
  • Cohort study, effect modification

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