concomitant variation

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An empirical relationship in which the magnitude of one variable varies with the magnitude of a second variable. This correlation between variables may be used as a test of causal relationships, but there are dangers of false conclusions: two variables may show concomitant variation without any cause-and-effect relationship.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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