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An Illustration of Using Multiple Imputation Versus Listwise Deletion Analyses: The Effect of Hanen's "More Than Words" on Parenting Stress
American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
This investigation illustrates the effects of using different missing data analysis techniques to analyze effects of a parent-implemented treatment on stress in parents of toddlers with autism symptomatology. The analysis approaches yielded similar results when analyzing main effects of the intervention, but different findings for moderation effects. Using listwise deletion, the data supported an iatrogenic effect of Hanen's "More Than Words" on stress in parents with high levels ofdoi:10.1352/1944-7558-119.5.472 pmid:25148059 fatcat:7dlnfff335esfm2rk546gg62ae