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Figure 3.11

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Mean number of drinks during a typical occasion across age for sex and racial/ethnic groups. As indicated by braces, significant differences in the effect of sex were identified * between Black and White adults at ages 25-30 (see Figure 3.10a), and ** between Other and White adults at ages 22-26 (see Figure 3.10c).

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\begin{aligned} \ln \left(\lambda_{i}\right)=\beta_{0}(t) &+\beta_{1}(t) B L A C K_{i}+\beta_{2}(t) H I S P A N I C_{i}+\beta_{3}(t) O T H E R_{i}+\beta_{4}(t) M A L E_{i} \\ &+\beta_{5}(t) S E X B L A C K_{i}+\beta_{6}(t) S E X H I S P A N I C_{i}+\beta_{7}(t) S E X O T H E R_{i}+\varepsilon_{i} \end{aligned}

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Time-Varying Effect Modeling for the Behavioral, Social, and Health Sciences

Time-Varying Effect Modeling for the Behavioral, Social, and Health Sciences

Authors: Stephanie Lanza and Ashley Linden-Carmichael

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Reprinted by permission from Springer Nature: Generalized Time-Varying Effect Models for Binary and Count Outcomes by Stephanie T. Lanza and Ashley N. Linden-Carmichael, 2021.