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This updated and revised dictionary presents up-to-the-minute definitions and discussions of terms commonly encountered in nursing literature. Included in this fourth edition are complete updates of all entries with new references, information for developing fields of research (e.g., mixed methods), and entries that reflect evolving patterns and issues in the field. This book serves as an invaluable reference for any nursing student, researcher, or scholar. Key features: Updated with new entries on developing fields of research, such as translational science or biobehavioral research Contains information and research on fields associated with grant funding streams Features updated research, theory, statistical, and epidemiologic definitions, as well as cross-reference notes at the end of each entry