However, heavier use had no impact at all on IQ scores measured at age 15 after adjustment for potential confounding factors, Claire Mokrysz reported at the annual congress of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology.
What does PCF stand for?
PCF stands for Potential Confounding Factor (statistics)
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These associations remained significant after adjustment for various potential confounding factors.
They found that resistance exercise and lower intensity muscular conditioning exercises were both independently associated with a reduced risk for diabetes, even after adjusting for aerobic activity and many other potential confounding factors.
The BCSC offers several advantages for studying these associations relative to other studies, including the prospective follow-up of a large number of breast cancer patients with detailed information regarding potential confounding factors, including BMI, as well as on screening history, tumor characteristics, and treatment," Dr.
Adjusted comparisons on the outcome variables between control and experimental groups with adjustment for potential confounding factors were performing using general multiple logistic regression, ordinal logistic regression, multiple regression, or GEE model depending on the nature of the outcome variables.
94 ng/mL and were positively associated with increased expression of ESR2 and ESRRA based on models adjusted for potential confounding factors.
Our results demonstrated that an elevated serum lactate level was independently associated with hospital mortality after adjusting for potential confounding factors.
Although the animal data also suggest an effect, EPA should weigh the positive and negative results more rigorously, evaluate study quality more critically, and consider carefully potential confounding factors.