The applied impact of ‘naïve’ statistical modelling of clustered observations of motion data in injury biomechanics research

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The applied impact of ‘naïve’ statistical modelling of clustered observations of motion data in injury biomechanics research

Appropriate statistical analysis of clustered data necessitates accounting for within-participant effects to ensure results are repeatable and translatable to real-world applications. This study aimed to compare statistical output and injury risk interpretation differences from two statistical regression models built from a clinical movement sidestepping database. A “naïve” regression model, which does not account for within-participant effects, was compared with an appropriately applied mixed effects model.

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