Psychology and Neuroscience Faculty Database
Psychology and Neuroscience
Arts & Sciences
Duke University

 HOME > Arts & Sciences > pn > Faculty    Search Help Login pdf version printable version 

Publications [#275490] of Candice L. Odgers

search PubMed.

Journal Articles

  1. Nagin, DS; Odgers, CL (2010). Group-based trajectory modeling in clinical research.. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 6, 109-138. [20192788], [doi]
    (last updated on 2018/04/25)

    Abstract:
    Group-based trajectory models are increasingly being applied in clinical research to map the developmental course of symptoms and assess heterogeneity in response to clinical interventions. In this review, we provide a nontechnical overview of group-based trajectory and growth mixture modeling alongside a sampling of how these models have been applied in clinical research. We discuss the challenges associated with the application of both types of group-based models and propose a set of preliminary guidelines for applied researchers to follow when reporting model results. Future directions in group-based modeling applications are discussed, including the use of trajectory models to facilitate causal inference when random assignment to treatment condition is not possible.


Duke University * Arts & Sciences * Faculty * Staff * Grad * Postdocs * Reload * Login