Psychiatrists and their patients were surveyed in pairs regarding patient concerns and treatment. Each psychiatrist was asked whether each question item was relevant to their patient and each of their patients were asked the same. The data can be evaluated to answer the question of whether there was patient/doctor agreement in each item. The sample was 29 psychiatrists, each with 1-8 patients, for a total of N = 135 matched pairs.
A data frame with 29 rows and 7 variables:
the ID of the psychiatrist
the number of the psychiatrist's patients participating in the experiment
both participants answered 1
patient answered 1, psychiatrist answered 0
patient answered 0, psychiatrist answered 1
both participants answered 0
Normalized difference: (bh - ch) / Nh
Donner, A., & Petryshen, P. (1989). The statistical analysis of matched data in psychiatric research. Psychiatry research, 28(1), 41-46.
Eliasziw, M., & Donner, A. (1991). Application of the McNemar test to non-independent matched pair data. Statistics in medicine, 10(12), 1981-1991.
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