False-positives and false-negatives in tests for trend
False-positive and false-negative values were calculated for five different designs of the trend test and it was demonstrated that a design suggested by Portier and Hoel in 1984 for a different problem produced the lowest false-positive and false-negative rates when applied to historical spontaneous tumor rate data for Fischer Rats.
Sorenson, Peter Paul Clark, "False-positives and false-negatives in tests for trend" (1993). Texas Medical Center Dissertations (via ProQuest). AAI9422054.