When should I use a SMART design?
If you plan to develop an adaptive intervention and you have scientific questions about how to intervene at two or more decision points, a SMART design may be right for you. Not all research related to constructing an optimized adaptive intervention requires a SMART. And research related to confirming the effectiveness of an adaptive intervention does not require a SMART.
Innovations in Methods for Adapting and Personalizing Interventions for Cancer Control
Self-Relevant Appeals to Engage in Self-Monitoring of Alcohol Use: A Micro-randomized Trial
The Hybrid Experimental Design
Time-Varying Model of Engagement with Digital Self Reporting
Results of the Sense2Stop Micro-Randomized Trial
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