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1.
2010
Katki, Hormuzd A.,  Sanders, Christopher L.,  Graubard, Barry I.,  Bergen, Andrew W. Using DNA fingerprints to infer familial relationships within NHANES III households. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 105, (490), 552-563.
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2010
Li, Fan,  Zaslavsky, Alan M. Using a short screening scale for small-area estimation of mental illness prevalence for schools. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 105, (492), 1323-1332.
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2008
Logan, J.A.,  Hoff, P.D.,  Newton, M.A. . Two-sided estimation of mate preferences for similarities in age, education, and religion. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 103, (482), 559-569.
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2002
Nandram, Balgobin,  Choi, Jai Won . Hierarchical bayesian nonresponse models for binary data from small areas with uncertainty about ignorability. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 97, (458), 381-388.
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1999
Lang, J.B.,  McDonald, J.W.,  Smith, P.W.F. . Association-marginal modeling of multivariate categorical responses: A maximum likelihood approach. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 94, (448), 1161-1171.
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1997
Juster, F. Thomas,  Smith, James P. Improving the Quality of Economic Data: Lessons from the HRS and AHEAD. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 92, (440),
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1997
Malec, Donald,  Sedransk, J.,  Moriarity, Christopher L.,  LeClere, Felicia B. Small area inference for binary variables in the National Health Interview Survey. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 92, (439), 815-826.
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1996
Meng, Xiao-Li,  Schilling, Stephen . Fitting full-information item factor models and an empirical investigation of bridge sampling. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 29, (3), 16 -
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1996
Wolfe, Barbara,  Haveman, Robert,  Ginther, Donna,  An, Chong-Bum . The 'Window Problem' in Studies of Children's Attainments: A Methodological Exploration. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 91, (435), 970-982.
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1993
Rodgers, Willard,  Brown, Charles,  Duncan, Greg J. Errors in Survey Reports of Earnings, Hours Worked and Hourly Wages. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 88, (424), 1208-1218.
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1991
Stasny, Elizabeth A. Hierarchical models for the probabilities of a survey classification and nonresponse: An example from the National Crime Survey. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 86, (414), 296-303.
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1991
Corder, Larry S.,  Manton, Kenneth G. National surveys and the health and functioning of the elderly: The effects of design and content. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 86, (414), 513-525.
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1990
Bloom, D.E.,  Bennet, N.G. . Modeling American marriage patterns. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 85, (412), 1009-1017.
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1986
David, Martin,  Little, Roderick J.A.,  Samuhel, Michael E.,  Triest, Robert K. Alternative Methods for CPS Income Imputation. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 29-41.
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1985
Allison, Paul D. Survival Analysis of Backward Recurrence Times. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 315-322.
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1983
DuMouchel, William H.,  Duncan, Greg J. Using Sample Survey Weights in Multiple Regression Analyses of Stratified Samples. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 78, (383), 535-543.
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1982
Clogg, Clifford C. Some models for the analysis of association in multiway cross-classifications having ordered categories. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 77, (380), 803-815.
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1982
Greenlees, John S.,  Reece, William S.,  Zieschang, Kimberly D. Imputation of Missing Values when the Probability of Response Depends on the Variable Being Imputed. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 77, (378), 251-261.
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1980
Duncan, Otis Dudley,  Schuman, Howard . Effects of question wording and context: An experiment with religious indicators. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 75, (370), 269-275.
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1978
Bailey, Leroy,  Moore, Thomas F.,  Bailer, Barbara A. An interviewer's variance study of the national crime study city sample. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 73, 16-23.
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1977
Agresti, Alan . Considerations in measuring partial association for ordinal categorical data. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 72, 37-45.
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