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A calibrated sensitivity analysis for matched observational studies with application to the effect of second-hand smoke exposure on blood lead levels in U.S. children

By Bo Zhang and Dylan Small
Matched observational studies are commonly used to study treatment effects in non-randomized data. After matching for observed confounders, there could remain bias from unobserved confounders. A standard way to address this problem is to do a sensitivity analysis. A sensitivity analysis asks how sensitive the result is to a hypothesized... Show more
October 30, 2019
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A calibrated sensitivity analysis for matched observational studies with application to the effect of second-hand smoke exposure on blood lead levels in U.S. children
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