After increasing during the 1970's and early 1980's, biomass estimates from cohort analysis
and stock synthesis analysis have been stable at 2 million t or more since 1982.
Finally, although cohort analysis
is useful, the discussion of the results must be supported by understanding the underlying age, period, and cohort changes.
Thus, a cohort analysis
reflects the combined influences of (a) student behavior, (b) peer-to-peer influence, and (c) teacher-student interactions, all factors expected to be affected by in-service training for a school-based team of teachers on function-based support, while minimizing the effects of changes in administrative policies.
Two Stage Least Square Estimates of Son's Log Income Cohort Analysis
Indicators 30-50 25-39 Father's Log Income 0.
The Age-Wealth Profile and the Life-Cycle Hypothesis: A Cohort Analysis
with Time Series of Cross-Sections of Italian Households.
Data Source: The findings come from a large, retrospective cohort analysis
of outpatients who had been prescribed antipsychotics at 32 VA medical centers.
Early and late direct costs in a Southern African antiretroviral treatment programme: a retrospective cohort analysis
A prospective cohort analysis
included all 424 serodiscordant couples who returned for at least one follow-up visit.
Caution should be used in comparing the results of the cohort and the nested case--control study for the following reason: not all cases identified in the cohort analysis
were included in the case--control study because of exclusion of
Gallup's cohort analysis
suggests that attitudes toward abortion grow neither more liberal nor more conservative with age, per se.
Results from this cohort analysis
were presented as Hazard Ratios (HR), with the overall, covariate-adjusted HR for induced abortion being 1.
Paul Callister in Chapter 3 uses census and other data to undertake cohort analysis
to understand how economic and social circumstances change over time.