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Predicting high-risk cholesterol levels
(International Statistical Institute, 1994)
The pattern of longitudinal changes in cholesterol levels has important implications for screening policies and for understanding the role of cholesterol as a risk factor for coronary heart disease. We explored a variety ...
Can technology assessment control health spending?
(Project Hope, 1994)
Because medical technology is the most important controllable component of health spending growth, the success of strategies for limiting spending growth depends upon their impact on technology dissemination. Technology ...
Workshop J: prevention strategies, economic realities, and identification of prevention research needs
(Elsevier - Academic Press, 1994)
A Year of Teaching with Dialog
(American Philosophical Association, 1994)
Question-Begging Under a Non-Foundational Model of Argument
(Springer Verlag, 1994)
I find (as others have found) that question-begging is formally valid but rationally unpersuasive. More precisely, itought to be unpersuasive, although it can often persuade. Despite its formal validity, question-begging ...