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Jing Liao, Yung-Jen Yang and Dong (Roman) Xu

. Their female comparisons were selected from the latest 2014–2015 CHARLS survey; they lived in the urban community and did not go to any sport, social, or other kinds of club, resulting in an initial analytic sample of 2103 (before propensity score matching). Statement of Ethics Our study complied with

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Chris Hopkins

better balance, or other health indicators that make comparing participants’ functional performance solely on physical activity levels flawed. Propensity score matching, a statistical method commonly used in observational studies, may adjust for this type of bias by matching participants into groups

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Laura K. Fewell, Riley Nickols, Amanda Schlitzer Tierney and Cheri A. Levinson

years 0 to 15 years Admit BMI < 18.5, n (%) 41 (45) 36 (47) 77 (46) Note . PSM = Propensity Score Matching; AN = Anorexia Nervosa; BN = Bulimia Nervosa; EDNOS = Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified; OSFED = Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder; BED = Binge Eating Disorder; ARFID = Avoidant

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Ariane Bélanger-Gravel, Marilie Laferté, Frédéric Therrien, François Lagarde and Lise Gauvin

with awareness and/or outcomes or showed significant variations across survey periods. Statistical analyses were stratified by sex. Exploratory analyses were conducted to examine a potential year-specific effect. To examine the robustness of findings, the propensity score matching (PSM) technique

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Janet Robertson, Eric Emerson, Susannah Baines and Chris Hatton

-group differences in exposure to sociodemographic variables that have been established as important social determinants of poorer health. We used Propensity Score Matching routines in IBM SPSS 22 to match each participant with intellectual disability with a participant without intellectual disability with a similar

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Chia-Yuan Yu, Su-I Hou and Jonathan Miller

demographic differences between those living alone and with others could cause variations in social capital and physical and mental health. The existing study design could not address this potential issue. Future research should consider a matching approach (eg, propensity score matching) to pair the survey