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2013
Bray, B.C.,  Lanza, S.T.,  Coffman, D.L. . The causal effect of substance use latent class membership on a distal outcome. 10th International Conference on Health Policy Statistics. Chicago, IL.
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2013
Lanza, S.T.,  Bray, B.C.,  Coffman, D.L. . The causal effect of substance use latent class membership on a distal outcome. Society for Prevention Research Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.
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2014
Bray, B.C.,  Lanza, S.T.,  Tan, X. Eliminating bias in classify-analyze approaches for latent class analysis. Structural Equation Modeling.
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2003
Lanza, S.T.,  Flaherty, B.P.,  Collins, L.M. . Latent Class and Latent Transition Models. Comprehensive Handbook of Psychology, Vol. 2: Research Methods in Psychology. New York: Wiley.
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2003
Lanza, S.T. . Latent Stage Sequence Analysis. Dissertation, Pennsylvania State University.
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2008
Chung, H.,  Lanza, S.T.,  Loken, E. Latent transition analysis: Inference and estimation. Statistics in Medicine. 27, 1834-1854.
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2005
Chung, H.,  Park, Y.,  Lanza, S.T. . Latent transition analysis with covariates: Pubertal timing and substance use behaviors in adolescent females. Statistics in Medicine. 24, 2895-2910.
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2001
Lanza, S.T.,  Collins, L.M.,  Schafer, J.L. . Model Fit for Incomplete Categorical Data: A Substance Use Example. Society for Prevention Research. Washington, DC.
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2014
2014
2005
Lanza, S.T.,  Collins, L.M.,  Schafter, J.l.,  Faherty, B.P. . Using data augmentation to obtain standard errors and conduct hypothesis tests in latent class and latent transition analysis. Psychological Methods. 10, (1), 84-100.
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