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These studies may be more informative than simple crosssectional data, but they need an appropriate statistical modeling, since the ’classical’ regression models of the GLM family Fahrmeir and Tutz (1994) assume statistical independence between the data, which is not the case when the data are grouped or when some subjects contribute for two or more observations. Hierarchical regression models allow to analyze such surveys. Their main diﬀerence with classical regression models consist in the introduction of a group speciﬁc variable that is constant within each group, but diﬀers between groups.
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