The sequential composite hypothesis contrast multiple-comparison procedure is introduced for comparing two treatment conditions with one or two control conditions on one or two outcome measures. The procedure deserves consideration insofar as its power advantage over other commonly applied multiple-comparison methods can be sizable.
Levin, Joel R. and Serlin, Ronald C.
"The Composite Hypothesis Contrast Procedure: A Novel Sequential Multiple-Comparison Approach,"
Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods:
1, Article 2.
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