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Impact of Small Group Size on Neighborhood Influences in Multilevel Models

By Katherine P. Theall, Richard Scribner, Sara Lynch, Neal Simonsen, Matthias Schonlau, Bradley Carlin and Deborah Cohen

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Objective: Although there is a growing body of literature on sample size in multilevel or hierarchical modeling, few studies have examined the impact of group sizeMultilevel, Neighborhood, Body Weight, Obesity, Sample Size

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