Papers on Multilevel Modeling
- See also
Statistics Papers for Download or Loan for papers on other topics
by Judith Singer , including
- Special Issue of Multivariate Behavioral Research on Multilevel Modeling,
Papers by Harvey Goldstein
- Papers by
William J. Browne
- Papers by Joop
- Papers by Jon Rasbash
- Papers by Tom
- Visualising Multilevel Models: The initial analysis of data by John F.
- Multilevel Modeling in Health Sciences
Tutorial in Biostatistics: An Introduction to Hierarchical Linear Modeling
by Lisa M. Sullivan, Kimberly A. Dukes, and Elena Losina from Statistics in
Medicine, 1999, Volume 18, pages 855–888. (with data in
Multilevel Analysis in Public Health Research by Ana V. Diez-Roux from
Annual Reviews of Public Health, 2000, Volume 21, pages 171-192.
A Multilevel Modelling Approach to Analysis of Patient Costs under Managed
Care by Kathleen Cary from Health Economics, 2000, Volume 9, pages
Multilevel Models and Heath Economics by Nigel Rice and Andrew Jones from
Health Economics, 1997, Volume 6, Pages 561-575
Drinking patterns within households: the estimation and interpretation of
individual and group variables by Rice, N., Sutton, M.A.
from. Health Economics, 1998; 7: 689-699.
The Influence of the Household on Drinking Behaviour: A Multilevel Analysis.by
Rice, N. Carr-Hill, RA. Dixon, P. Sutton, M. from Social Science and
Medicine, 1998; 46: 971-979.
- A Multilevel
Analysis of Neighborhood Context and Youth Alcohol and Drug Problems.
Prevention Science, 3, 125-134. by Duncan, S.C., Duncan, T.E., & Strycker,
- A multilevel
contextual model of family conflict and deviance. Journal of
Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, Vol 24 No 3, pp. 169-175, by
Duncan, S.C., Strycker, L.A., Duncan, T.E., & Okut, H. (2002).
- A First
Look at Multilevel Models by Qing Shao and Ernest Kwan May, Institute for
Social Research, Statistical Consulting Service, York University.
Modeling for Binary Data by Guang Guo and Hongxin Zhao from Annual.
Reviews of Sociology, 2000, Volume 26, pages 441-462
Centering Decisions in Hierarchical Linear Models: Implications for Research
Clustered Data in Autobiographical Memory Research: The Multilevel Approach
bu Daniel Wright from Applied Cognitive Psychology, 1998, 339-357.
- An Application
of Multilevel Model Prediction to NELS:88 by David Afshartous and Jan de
Leeuw from UCLA
Variable Modeling of Longitudinal and Multilevel Data by Bengt Muthén
(JSTOR, available for UC)
comparison of generalized linear mixed model procedures with estimating
equations for variance and covariance parameter estimation in longitudinal
studies and group randomized trials by Evans, Feng & Peterson, from
Statistics in Medicine, 2001; 20:3353–3373 and see
Letter to the Editor and the
reply by the authors.
Structure, Parenting Processes, and the Development of Youths' Externalizing
Behaviors: A Multilevel Analysis. American Journal of Community Psychology
31(1): 35-53; Mar 2003 by Jennifer M. Beyers; John E. Bates; Gregory S.
Pettit; Kenneth A. Dodge
The Use of Score Tests for Inference on Variance Components by Verbeke
and Molenberghs, Biometrics, 2003, Vol. 59, 254-262
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