The multidisciplinary feeding profile: A statistically based protocol for assessment of dependent feeders
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The development of the multidisciplinary feeding profile entailed a level of statistical analyses not commonly utilized in test development. This paper describes the statistical analyses and offers an explanation of why specific statistical tests were chosen. It also serves to identify where clinical knowledge and experience overrode specific statistical tests.
Key wordsFeeding disorders, profile Evaluation, statistical
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