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Publications of year 1995
Articles in journal, book chapters
  1. S.D. Cochran, J. De Leeuw, and V.M. Mays. Optimal Scaling of HIV-Related Sexual Risk Behaviors in Ethnically Diverse Homosexually Active Men. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 63:270-279, 1995. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Review of H. Goldstein: Multilevel Statistical Models. Multilevel Modeling Newsletter, 7(7):3-6, 1995. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw and G. G. Kreft. Not Much Disagreement, It Seems. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 20:239-240, 1995. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw and G. G. Kreft. Questioning Multilevel Models. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 20:171-190, 1995. [PDF]


  5. G. G. Kreft, J. De Leeuw, and L. S. Aiken. The Effect of Different Forms of Centering in Hierarchical Linear Models. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 30:1-21, 1995. [PDF]


  6. Y. Takane, H.A.L. Kiers, and J. De Leeuw. Component Analysis with Different Sets of Constraints on Different Dimensions. Psychometrika, 60:259-280, 1995. [PDF]


  7. J. De Leeuw. Series Editors Introduction. In I. Borg and S. Shye: Facet Theory, Form and Content, number 5 of Advanced Quantitative Techniques in the Social Sciences. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, 1995. [PDF]


Conference articles
  1. J. De Leeuw. Aspects of the Analysis of Large Educational Databases. In V.S.L. Williams, L.V. Jones, and I. Olkin, editors, Perspectives on Statistics for Educational Research: Proceedings of a Workshop, Research Triangle Park, NC, pages 16-18, 1995. National Institute of Statistical Sciences. [PDF]


  2. P.J.F. Groenen, J. De Leeuw, and R. Mathar. Least Squares Multidimensional Scaling with Transformed Distances. In W. Gaul and D. Pfeifer, editors, From Data to Knowledge: Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Classification, Data Analysis and Knowledge Organization, Berlin, Germany, 1995. Springer Verlag. [PDF]


Internal reports
  1. J. De Leeuw. Jackknifing in XLISP-STAT. Preprint Series 170, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1995. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Models as Instruments, with Applications to Moment Structure Analysis. Preprint Series 168, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1995. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Regression Analysis in the Wilmington Case. Research Report 175, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1995. Note: With the assistance of V. Lew, S. Bentow, M. McKeever. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. The UCLA Electronic Statistics Textbook. Preprint Series 201, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1995. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw, C.C.J.H. Bijleveld, and F.D. Bijleveld. Latent Variables, State Spaces, and Mixing. Preprint Series 181, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1995. [PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw and F. Udina. High Quality Graphics from XLISP-STAT. Preprint Series 169, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1995. [PDF]


  7. G. Michailidis and J. De Leeuw. Nonlinear Multivariate Analysis of NELS-88. Preprint Series 176, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1995. [PDF]


Miscellaneous
  1. J. De Leeuw. Results for Regression Analysis in the Wilmington Case. Note: With the assistance of V. Lew, S. Bentow, M. McKeever, 1995. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Tables for Regression Analysis in the Wilmington Case. Note: With the assistance of V. Lew, S. Bentow, M. McKeever, 1995. [PDF]


  3. G. Michailidis and J. De Leeuw. Laplacians, Gifi, and Relational Databases. Note: Unpublished, 1995. [PDF]



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