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Causal Inference in Psychiatry: From Experiments to Natural Experiments to Non-Experimental Studies - Dr. Stuart
Causal Inference in Psychiatry: From Experiments to Natural Experiments to Non-Experimental Studies

Randomized experiments are seen as the gold standard for estimating causal effects, but they are often infeasible, unethical, or may not answer the questions of interest. Non-experimental studies may offer other strategies for estimating causal effects but require untestable assumptions. This talk will provide an overview of experimental and non-experimental designs, including nuances for their potential use in psychiatric research using small- and large-scale data.

Dec 1, 2022 01:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Elizabeth Stuart
Professor @Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health