Longitudinal studies are studies in which a group of individuals is investigated over a relatively long period of time; analysis that focuses on studies of a particular group conducted repeatedly over a period of time. Longitudinal study involves the collection of data at different points in time, as contrasted with a cross-sectional study . Please see Cohort study, Panel study, and Trend study.

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