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Statistics in the Social Sciences

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Statistics in the Social Sciences by Stanislav Kolenikov
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Fashioned after the 2006 Winemiller Symposium on Recent Advances in Social Science Statistics, and bringing together top researchers from around the world, this book provides overviews of the most important advanced techniques in the social sciences, including latent variable models, multilevel models, social networks, missing data techniques, educational measurement, cluster analysis, and treatment effects. The aim of the book is to foster collaboration among mathematical statisticians and quantitatively oriented social science researchers and to highlight the interface between developments in each area.

Author Biography

STANISLAV KOLENIKOV, PhD, is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Statistics at the University of Missouri. He served as Program Chair of the Sixth Winemiller Conference. Dr. Kolenikov is an applied statistician with interests in structural equation modeling, survey statistics, econometrics, and statistical programming. DOUGLAS STEINLEY, PhD, is Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Missouri. Dr. Steinley currently conducts research in the areas of multivariate statistical methodology, cluster analysis, and social network analysis. LORI THOMBS, PhD, is Associate Professor of Statistics and Director of the Social Science Statistics Center at the University of Missouri. Dr. Thombs has more than twenty years of academic experience, and she currently focuses her research on the areas of time series, resampling methods for correlated variables, and statistics education.
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January 26th, 2010
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United States
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