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Numbers and Percentages

Stephen J. Lurie

and Margaret A. Winker

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Indicate a short series of enumerated items by numerals run in and enclosed within parentheses in the text (see also , Punctuation, Parentheses and Brackets).The testing format focused on 6 aspects: (1) alertness and concentration, (2) language, (3) naming, (4) calculations, (5) construction, and (6) memory. For long or complex enumerations, indented numbers followed by a period, without parentheses, may be used.In response to other issues: 1. The study was conducted under 2 protocols that prespecified that the data would be pooled for the analyses. 2. A particular regression procedure (model selection stepdown) was applied individually for clinical outcomes. 3.

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