Paul D. Allison
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Missing data
PD Allison
Sage publications, 2001
91122001
Survival analysis using SAS: A practical guide. Cary, NC: SAS Institute
PD Allison
Inc. Google Scholar, 1995
6430*1995
Survival analysis using SAS: A practical guide. Cary, NC: SAS Institute
PD Allison
Inc. Google Scholar, 1995
6430*1995
Survival analysis using SAS: a practical guide
PD Allison
SAS Institute, 2010
64092010
Event history analysis: Regression for longitudinal event data
PD Allison
Sage, 1984
51581984
Logistic regression using SAS: Theory and application
PD Allison
SAS institute, 2012
48242012
Fixed effects regression models
PD Allison
SAGE publications, 2009
37602009
Multiple regression: A primer
PD Allison
Pine Forge Press, 1999
30541999
Discrete-time methods for the analysis of event histories
PD Allison
Sociological methodology 13, 61-98, 1982
30041982
Measures of inequality
PD Allison
American sociological review, 865-880, 1978
17591978
Missing data techniques for structural equation modeling.
PD Allison
Journal of abnormal psychology 112 (4), 545, 2003
15102003
Change scores as dependent variables in regression analysis
PD Allison
Sociological methodology, 93-114, 1990
13411990
Fixed effects regression methods for longitudinal data using SAS
PD Allison
13012005
Comparing logit and probit coefficients across groups
PD Allison
Sociological methods & research 28 (2), 186-208, 1999
12411999
Fixed-Effects Negative Binomial Regression Models
PD Allison, RP Waterman
Sociological methodology 32 (1), 247-265, 2002
10962002
Multiple imputation for missing data: A cautionary tale
PD Allison
Sociological methods & research 28 (3), 301-309, 2000
9822000
Productivity differences among scientists: Evidence for accumulative advantage
PD Allison, JA Stewart
American sociological review, 596-606, 1974
8141974
Paternal participation and children's well-being after marital dissolution
Frank. F. Furstenberg, Jr., SP Morgan, PD Allison
American Sociological Review, 695-701, 1987
6841987
How marital dissolution affects children: Variations by age and sex.
PD Allison, FF Furstenberg
Developmental psychology 25 (4), 540, 1989
6511989
When can you safely ignore multicollinearity
P Allison
Statistical horizons 5 (1), 1-2, 2012
6382012
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