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behavior using knowledge of consumer preferences, DCMs are a collection of methods, including conjoint analysis 1 and best-worst or maximum difference scaling, 2 that have been widely applied in other fields for decades. 3 , 4 These methods measure

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, particularly regarding nonpecuniary benefits associated with work flexibility within veterinary medicine. Thus, this study aimed to estimate the appeal of work flexibility benefits among current veterinary students through a choice-based conjoint experiment. By

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. By use of conjoint analysis, data from this phase were used to develop demand curves for the following services and products: • Heartworm medication. • Flea-tick prevention. • Preventive dental care. • Combinations of common vaccinations

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weight management conversations between veterinary professionals and clients, and some, such as the cost of care, are instrumental to achieving informed consent. 36 Another limitation of this study lies in the hypothetical nature of the conjoint

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conjointly in severity. At the time of hospital admission, the patient weighed 1,100 g (2.42 lb), which is an increase from the typical adult weight of the bird of approximately 750 g (1.65 lb). Severe coelomic distention was observed with the duodenum and

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://sawtoothsoftware.com/resources/blog/posts/Improve-Survey-Data-Quality-With-Root-Likelihood 31. Orme B. Getting Started with Conjoint Analysis: Strategies for Product Design and Pricing Research . 3rd ed. Research Publishers LLC ; 2014 . 32. Campigotto AJ , Poljak Z , Stone EA , Stacey D , Bernardo TM . Investigation

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implicated in the human aging process. 49 On the basis of that perspective and the results of the study reported here, we believe that the study of frailty in dogs conjointly with mice studies is clinically relevant and may provide insights in aging research

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affected by M bovis –associated disease in western Canada, and evaluate the association of operation-specific risk factors with M bovis –associated disease. Materials and Methods Study design and population The study was approved by the Conjoint

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RO et al. , Diagnosing intramammary infections: evaluating expert opinions on the definition of intramammary infection using conjoint analysis . J Dairy Sci . 2010 ; 93 : 2966 – 2975 . 15. Sears PM , Smith BS , English PB et al

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