Research Synthesis: Meta-analysis and Integrative Data Analysis
Meta-analysis and integrative data analysis are research synthesis methods that aim to provide large-scale evidence by pooling data from multiple independently conducted studies.
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Huh, D., Mun, E.-Y., Larimer, M. White, H. R., Ray, A. E., Rhew, I., Kim, S.-Y., Jiao, Y., & Atkins, D. C. (2015). Brief motivational interventions for college student drinking may not be as powerful as we think: An individual participant-level data meta-analysis. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 39(5), 919-931.
Huh, D., Mun, E. Y., Walters, S. T., Zhou, Z., & Atkins, D. C. (2019). A tutorial on individual participant data meta-analysis using Bayesian multilevel modeling to estimate alcohol intervention effects across heterogeneous studies. Addictive behaviors, 94, 162-170.
Huh, D., Li, X., Zhou, Z., Walters, S. T., Baldwin, S. A., Tan, Z., … & Mun, E. Y. (2022). A structural equation modeling approach to meta-analytic mediation analysis using individual participant data: Testing protective behavioral strategies as a mediator of brief motivational intervention effects on alcohol-related problems. Prevention Science, 23(3), 390-402.
Jiao, Y., Mun, E.-Y., Trikalinos, T., & Xie, M. (2020). A CD-based mapping method for combining multiple related parameters from heterogeneous intervention trials. Statistics and Its Interface, 13(4), 533-549.
Mun, E. Y., Li, X., Lineberry, S., Tan, Z., Huh, D., Walters, S. T., … & Project INTEGRATE Team. (2022). Do brief alcohol interventions reduce driving after drinking among college students? A two-step meta-analysis of individual participant data. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 57(1), 125-135.
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Mun, E.-Y., Zhou, Z., Huh, D., Tan, L., Li, D., Tanner-Smith, E. E., Walters, S. T., & Larimer, M. E. (2022). Brief alcohol interventions are effective through six months: Findings from marginalized zero-inated Poisson and negative binomial models in a two-step IPD meta-analysis. Prevention Science. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11121-022-01420-1
White, H. R., Jiao, Y., Ray, A. E., Huh, D., Atkins, D. C., Larimer, M. E.,… Mun, E.-Y. (2015). Are there secondary effects on marijuana use from brief alcohol interventions for college students? Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 76(3), 367-377.
White, H. R., Anderson, K., Ray, A. E., & Mun, E.-Y. (2016). Do drinking motives distinguish extreme drinking college students from their peers? Addictive Behaviors, 60, 213-218.