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Analysis of selection bias in a case-control study
Yoon Ok Ahn
Epidemiol Health. 1985;7(2):195-201.

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Matched Case-Control Data Analysis with Selection Bias
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Potential bias caused by control selection in secondary data analysis: Nonaspirin nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and hemorrhagic stroke
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Case–Control Studies in Clinical Research: Mechanism and Prevention of Selection Bias
Preventive Medicine. 1997;26(5):674-677   Crossref logo
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RE: Selection and Recall Bias in a Case-Control Study of Lifetime Alcohol Intake and Breast Cancer Risk
Annals of Epidemiology. 2006;16(12):920-921   Crossref logo
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Regarding “Selection and Recall Bias in a Case–Control Study of Lifetime Alcohol Intake and Breast Cancer Risk”
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BIAS IN ANALYTIC RESEARCH
The Case-Control Study Consensus and Controversy. 1979;51-63   Crossref logo
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Genetic model selection for a case–control study and a meta-analysis
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Identification and impact of outcome selection bias in meta-analysis
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Selection Bias in Comparative Research: The Case of Incomplete Data Sets
Political Analysis. 2003;11(3):255-274   Crossref logo
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