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Definition of "confounder" []

  • A person who confounds (noun)
  • A factor, in data analysis, that causes the effects of two distinct processes to be indistinguishable; a confounding variable (noun)

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Use "confounder" in a sentence
  • "The confounder is the continually reducing age for obtaining Social Security is supposed to be a way of reducing the total fiscal burden of Social Security by encouraging people to take it earlier for less payout."
  • "There is always the chance that they might miss some critical confounder that renders their results entirely wrong."
  • "Unfortunately, the study did not report on levels of physical activity, an important confounder in any study on visceral fat."
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