Simulating and analyzing data from a Hybrid Experimental Design (HED)
About This Example Code
The code simulates and analyzes data from a hypothetical Hybrid Experimental Design, a novel trial design that combines features from (Sequential Multiple Assignment Randomized Trials) SMARTs and (Micro-Randomized Trials) MRTs. This example code was developed in association with the manuscript “Hybrid Experimental Designs for Intervention Development: What, Why and How” by Nahum-Shani et al (2022).
What method does this code implement?
The code implements a weighted and replicated analysis of a particular kind of hybrid study involving SMART and MRT components together.
1. Nahum-Shani, I., Dziak, J.J., Walton, M.A., Dempsey, W. (in press). Hybrid Experimental Designs for Intervention Development: What, Why and How. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science
This reference provides a conceptual description and motivation of Hybrid Experimental Designs (HEDs).
1. Update on 2022-08-05: (abstract accepted) International Society for Research on Internet Interventions (ISRII) (2022, September 18-21). [Conference Presentation]. 11th Scientific Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
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