SEQUENTIAL, MULTIPLE ASSIGNMENT, RANDOMIZED TRIALS (SMARTs)

The Sequential, multiple assignment, randomized trial (SMART) is an experimental approach that can be used to build standard adaptive interventions. The SMART involves several stages of randomizations; each stage corresponds to scientific questions about the selection and adaptation of intervention options at various decision points in an adaptive intervention.

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SEQUENTIAL, MULTIPLE ASSIGNMENT, RANDOMIZED TRIALS (SMARTs)

The Sequential, multiple assignment, randomized trial (SMART) is an experimental approach that can be used to build standard adaptive interventions. The SMART involves several stages of randomizations; each stage corresponds to scientific questions about the selection and adaptation of intervention options at various decision points in an adaptive intervention.

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MICRO-RANDOMIZED TRIALS

The Micro-Randomized Trial Design (MRT) is an experimental approach that can be used to build Just-In-Time Adaptive Interventions (JITAIs). In MRTs, individuals are randomized hundreds or thousands of times over the course of the study. The data can be used to investigate the effects of just-in-time intervention options on proximal outcomes and whether these effects vary with time or by contextual conditions.

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MICRO-RANDOMIZED TRIALS

The Micro-Randomized Trial Design (MRT) is an experimental approach that can be used to build Just-In-Time Adaptive Interventions (JITAIs). In MRTs, individuals are randomized hundreds or thousands of times over the course of the study. The data can be used to investigate the effects of just-in-time intervention options on proximal outcomes and whether these effects vary with time or by contextual conditions.

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