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0004 @book{Strang1991a,
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0067 author = {Strang, G.},
0068 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1991/Calculus - Strang.pdf:pdf},
0069 keywords = {Mathematics},
0070 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
0071 publisher = {Cambridge Press},
0072 title = {{Calculus}},
0073 year = {1991}
0074 }
0075 @misc{Richardson,
0076 annote = {
0077         Introduction to Mathematical Statistics 
0078 Power Point notes, homework solutions and calculus review
0079       },
0080 author = {Richardson, Thomas},
0081 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Introduction to Mathematical Statistics - Richardson.pdf:pdf},
0082 keywords = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
0083 mendeley-tags = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
0084 title = {{Introduction to Mathematical Statistics}},
0085 year = {2010}
0086 }
0087 @book{Ramachandran2009,
0088 annote = {In Spring 2010 I used this book to teach a calculus-based undergraduate course in statistics and probability at Metropolitan State University in Saint Paul. I covered chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 12 and 13. 
0089 
0090         
0091 In short, I cannot recommend the book. Explanations are often verbose and hard to follow, there are no problem solutions in the back of the book, and there is a plethora of typos and more serious mistakes throughout the book. Below is a detailed list of the mistakes I found in the first printing of the first edition. It is to be hoped that these will be corrected in later printings. 
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0094 The numbers of many problems haven't been checked, often leading to outrageous and unrealistic probabilities or p-values etc. Examples are the problems 4.1.8, 4.1.9, 4.1.10, 4.1.13, 4.1.14, 4.4.5, 4.4.6, 7.1.6, 7.4.8, 7.4.12, 7.4.15, 7.5.5, 7.6.3, 7.6.4, 12.4.7. 
0095 
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0097 P.8 Definition 1.3.1 falsely asserts that if every element of the population has the same chance of being chosen, then every size n subset is equally likely. 
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0100 P.27 Definition 1.5.2 for upper and lower quartile is incorrect (or at least unclear) in the case of several identical data items. 
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0103 P.67 Birthday paradox example, final answer for n=40 is wrong. 
0104 
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0106 P.73 Example 2.4.3 notation and concept of "genetic makeup" and "allele" are not sufficiently explained for non-biologists. 
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0109 P.77 Step three of Bayes' Rule: "denominator probability" is not explained; the rule as written is not clear. 
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0112 P.83 Problem 2.6.29 Variable i is used twice. "Head ith probability p" is unclear. 
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0115 P.85 Line 5: "for all real values x of X" should be "for all real numbers"; this is the whole point of the sentence. 
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0118 P.90 Problems 2.5.2 and 2.5.3 use the terms "probability function" and "distribution"; should be "probability mass function". 2.5.4 should not use the notation p(x) for the cdf. 
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0121 P.91 Problem 2.5.5 No random variable can have the given cdf, since it isn't right continuous. 
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0124 P.95 Definition 2.6.3 The crucial difference between E((X-mu)^2) and (E(X-mu))^2 is obscured by writing E(X-mu)^2. The definition is not clear. Ambiguous notations such as E(X-mu)^2, EX^2, E(X-my)^3 and E(X-muX)(Y-muY) are used throughout the book. 
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0127 P.106 Problem 2.6.8: variance 4 is not needed. 
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0130 P.121 The Poisson approximation "rule of thumb" np<5 is only valid for large n. 
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0133 P.128 Explanation of QQ plot is not intelligible. r_i is not "the rank i-th observation", but the "rank of the i-th observation". Figure 3.3 cannot be understood; there should be just as many points to the right of 0.0 as there are to the left. Furthermore, on p.312 the horizontal and vertical axes of QQ plots are reversed. On p.222 it is called "normal-score plot", using a different rule. Step 4 (45 degree line) is wrong. 
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0136 The fundamental relationship of Poisson variables and exponential variables in describing Poisson processes is nowhere mentioned. 
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0139 P.141 last line: the very first double integral in the book is wrong, confusing students immensely. "dxdy" should be "dydx". On p.142 bottom, "dxdy" is missing altogether. 
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0142 P.146 Definition 3.3.5 E(X,Y) should be E(XY). 
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0145 P.147 Theorem 3.3.2(b) Var(X|Y) has not been defined. 
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0148 P.149 top: rho does not depend on lower case x and y, so rho(x,y) does not make sense. The statement "if Y=aX+b (a<>0) then rho=1" is false. In the "Properties" box, Cov(X;Y) must be replaced by rho. 
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0151 The crucial theorem stating that the variance of a sum of independent variables equals the sum of the variances is used throughout the book, but never clearly stated or proved. 
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0154 P.151 Problem 3.3.5 These are marginal probability mass functions, not density functions. 
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0157 P.152 Problem 3.3.14 The notation for "proportional" has not been introduced. 
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0160 P.153 Problem 3.3.18 X and Y cannot be independent. 
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0163 P.165 line 6: restriction K>=2 not needed. However it should be mentioned that Chebyshev's Theorem is only interesting for K>1. 
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0166 P.166 Theorem 3.5.2 The notations X-bar and S_n have not been defined. In the proof, the undefined abbreviation "iid" is used (which also cannot be found in the index). However, the variables were not assumed to be iid. 
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0169 P.168 Theorem 3.5.2 It should be emphasized that the central limit theorem has one important assumption: that the mean and variance be finite. On the other hand, the moment generating function is not needed for the statement. 
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0172 P.169 Example 3.5.7 (b) assumption n=300 is missing. (c) what is n? 
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0175 P.170 Example 3.5.8 is completely unclear. "such that they can be confident"? How confident? In the solution the confidence 0.99 appears out of the blue. The maximum of pq should be explained with calculus. The fundamental importance of this example needs to be explained: it is used to estimate any unknown probability, not just unfair coins. 
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0178 P.172 Problem 3.5.4 This should be "number of cars arriving at a busy intersection in a given 20 minute interval". 
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0181 P.173 All the problems from section 3.5 return later in section 4.1. 
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0184 P.184 line 5: the normal distribution is not called "the theorem of de Moivre-Laplace". 
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0187 P.185 Example 4.1.1 The last paragraph should not be part of the example. 
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0190 P.186 Theorem 4.1.1 Was already used on p.167. The last sentence is Theorem 3.5.2. 
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0193 P.187 Example 4.1.2 Cannot be solved at this point, needs Corollary 4.2.2! 
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0196 P.213 "z-series" should be "z-scores" 
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0199 P.215 "(a+0.5)" should be "(b+0.5)" 
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0202 P.217 Problem 4.4.10 "90 heads" should be "at least 90 heads". 
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0205 P.316 line 2: "we know that" should give a reference to the proper theorem. 
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0208 P.328 Problem 6.5.9 "1997" and "1998" should be "2000" and "2001". 
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0211 P.341 figure at the bottom: explain the meaning of the two distributions, "critical value" has not been explained. 
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0214 Many hypothesis tests are taken to be one-tailed, without proper justification. In the real world, such justification is extremely rare. 
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0217 While the text emphasizes the importance of computing p-values, the worked examples almost never show the computation of p-values. 
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0220 The crucial difference between the size of an effect and the statistical significance of an effect is not sufficiently emphasized. 
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0223 P.345 Example 7.1.5 is unrealistic, testing a null hypothesis of mu=15 against an alternative of mu=16. The value mu=16 should only be used to compute beta, not as alternative hypothesis. 
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0226 P.346 The example is unintelligible, since mu_a is not explained. 
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0229 P.349 Problem 7.1.5(c) beta=0.8 is completely unrealistic. 
0230 
0231         
0232 P.365 Top: Assumption n>=30 for the large sample case is incomplete: we also need finite variance! 
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0234         
0235 P.373 Line 4: X_{1n_1}, X_{2n_2} 
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0237         
0238 P.387 Problem 7.5.9: Cannot assume that the samples are independent; only part (c) makes any sense. 
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0241 P.389 Top: Definitions of Q^2 is wrong; denominator should be np_i. 
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0243         
0244 P.390 Box: "exact methods are available etc." is not an assumption. 
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0246         
0247 P.390 Should point out the crucial logical issue here: if Q^2 is small, then we don't have enough evidence to reject H_0; this DOES NOT imply that we have evidence in favor of H_0! Same mistake in example 7.6.3. 
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0250 P.391 "n=4" should be "k=4"; n is 500. 
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0252         
0253 P.392 Section 7.6.2 Horrible language. 
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0255         
0256 P.393 bottom of box: E_{ij} = n_{i.}n_{.j} (Same typo on p.394). 
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0259 P.393 Explanation for the degrees of freedom formula (r-1)(c-1) is missing. 
0260 
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0262 P.398 Problem 7.6.5 Where does H_0 come from? Does it talk about before or after advertising? 
0263 
0264         
0265 P.601 Line 6: "differing only in median or mean 3"?? 
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0267         
0268 P.602 The given approach for computing confidence intervals for the median is wrong. The median will be below X_{a+1} with probability alpha/2. 
0269 
0270         
0271 P.603 Example 12.2.1. Don't report this as a 95% confidence interval; state the correct confidence level instead. 
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0273         
0274 P.607 Section 12.3.1 Assumption of continuous distribution should be stated first; no need to repeat P(X<=M)=0.5 later. 
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0276         
0277 P.608 Bottom. Explain what "ties" are. 
0278 
0279         
0280 P.621 Step 2 of box is not clear. 
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0282         
0283 P.621 Bottom: why switch from N_{1b} to N_{1a}? 
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0285         
0286 P.622 Box: Variance formula contradicts the one given on the previous page; expected value formula should have n_1, not N_1. 
0287 
0288         
0289 P.625 Line 6: denominator should be sqrt(1.68), not sqrt(16,900). 
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0291         
0292 P.685 Metropolis Algorithm: the problem that the algorithm solves is not motivated. Surely it should be trivial to generate values according to a given discrete probability distribution? After all, step 1 of the algorithm requires just that. 
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0294         
0295 P.659 Why are "pseudo values" defined if they are not used for the jackknife estimate? 
0296 
0297         
0298 P.666 Example 13.3.2 Last sentence: 12.37 and 43.9 should not be compared: one is a standard error, the other a standard deviation. Need to divide by square root of 12. 
0299 
0300         
0301 P.671 line 5: g(x,y)|theta should be g(x,y|theta) 
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0303         
0304 P.663 The word "resampling" is used, but the core idea of resampling is not explained. 
0305 
0306         
0307 P.684 line 1: state space S is not used. 
0308 
0309         
0310 P.684 line 8: p(x,y) = p_{m,m+1}(x,y) 
0311 
0312         
0313 P.684 "...then the limiting distribution is the invariant distribution" does not make sense: they are always the same! 
0314 
0315         
0316 P.684 "ergodic" is not defined. 
0317 
0318         
0319 P.689 Metropolis-Hastings algorithm: "x_n = x_{n-1}" should be "x_{k+1}=x_k". 
0320 
0321         
0322 P.758 Appendix III: In Def 3.2.7, the exponential distribution was given with a parameter beta, not lambda. 
0323 
0324         
0325 P.758 Appendix III: Formula for the pdf of a normal distribution is wrong. },
0326 author = {Ramachandran, K.M. and Tsokos, Chris P.},
0327 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Mathematical Statistics with Applications - Ramachandran, Tsokos.pdf:pdf},
0328 isbn = {0123748488},
0329 keywords = {Linear Models,Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
0330 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models,Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
0331 pages = {848},
0332 publisher = {Academic Press},
0333 title = {{Mathematical Statistics with Applications}},
0334 year = {2009}
0335 }
0336 @article{muller2005moderation,
0337 author = {Muller, D. and Judd, C.M. and Yzerbyt, V.Y.},
0338 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/When moderation is mediated and mediation is moderated - Muller, Judd, Yzerbyt.pdf:pdf},
0339 journal = {Journal of Personality and Social Psychology},
0340 number = {6},
0341 pages = {852},
0342 publisher = {American Psychological Association},
0343 title = {{When moderation is mediated and mediation is moderated}},
0344 volume = {89},
0345 year = {2005}
0346 }
0347 @article{Stucki2008,
0348 author = {Stucki, G and Kostanjsek, N},
0349 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/ICF-based classification and measurement of functioning - Stucki, Kostanjsek.pdf:pdf},
0350 journal = {European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
0351 title = {{ICF-based classification and measurement of functioning}},
0352 year = {2008}
0353 }
0354 @article{Sigel1983,
0355 author = {Sigel, E. and Stephenson, F. A. and Mamalaki, C. and Barnard, E. A.},
0356 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1983/A gamma-aminobutyric acidbenzodiazepine receptor complex of bovine cerebral cortex - Sigel et al.pdf:pdf},
0357 journal = {Journal of Biological Chemistry},
0358 number = {11},
0359 pages = {6965--6971},
0360 title = {{A gamma-aminobutyric acid/benzodiazepine receptor complex of bovine cerebral cortex}},
0361 volume = {258},
0362 year = {1983}
0363 }
0364 @article{Chib1995,
0365 abstract = {We provide a detailed, introductory exposition of the Metropolis-Hastings algorithm, a powerful Markov chain method to simulate multivariate distributions. A simple, intuitive derivation of this method is given along with guidance on implementation. Also discussed are two applications of the algorithm, one for implementing acceptance-rejection sampling when a blanketing function is not available and the other for implementing the algorithm with block-at-a-time scans. In the latter situation, many different algorithms, including the Gibbs sampler, are shown to be special cases of the Metropolis-Hastings algorithm. The methods are illustrated with examples.},
0366 author = {Chib, Siddhartha and Greenberg, Edward},
0367 doi = {10.2307/2684568},
0368 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1995/Understanding the Metropolis-Hastings Algorithm - Chib, Greenberg.pdf:pdf},
0369 issn = {00031305},
0370 journal = {American Statistician},
0371 number = {4},
0372 pages = {327},
0373 publisher = {JSTOR},
0374 title = {{Understanding the Metropolis-Hastings Algorithm}},
0375 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/2684568?origin=crossref},
0376 volume = {49},
0377 year = {1995}
0378 }
0379 @article{Rothman2003,
0380 author = {Rothman, S and Lipset, S M and Nevitte, N},
0381 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Racial diversity reconsidered - Rothman, Lipset, Nevitte.pdf:pdf},
0382 journal = {Public Interest},
0383 number = {Spring},
0384 pages = {25--38},
0385 title = {{Racial diversity reconsidered}},
0386 volume = {151},
0387 year = {2003}
0388 }
0389 @article{Druss2000,
0390 author = {Druss, B. G. and Marcus, S. C. and Rosenheck, R. A. and Olfson, M. and Tanielian, T. and Pincus, H. A.},
0391 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Understanding Disability in Mental and General Medical Conditions - Druss et al.pdf:pdf},
0392 journal = {American Journal of Psychiatry},
0393 number = {9},
0394 pages = {1485},
0395 title = {{Understanding Disability in Mental and General Medical Conditions}},
0396 volume = {157},
0397 year = {2000}
0398 }
0399 @article{shapiro1965,
0400 author = {Shapiro, S. S. and Wilk, M. B.},
0401 doi = {10.1093/biomet/52.3-4.591},
0402 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1965/An analysis of variance test for normality (complete samples) - Shapiro, Wilk.pdf:pdf},
0403 issn = {0006-3444},
0404 journal = {Biometrika},
0405 month = dec,
0406 number = {3-4},
0407 pages = {591--611},
0408 title = {{An analysis of variance test for normality (complete samples)}},
0409 volume = {52},
0410 year = {1965}
0411 }
0412 @article{Myung2006,
0413 author = {Myung, J. I. and Navarro, D. J. and Pitt, M. A.},
0414 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Model selection by normalized maximum likelihood - Myung, Navarro, Pitt.pdf:pdf},
0415 journal = {Journal of Mathematical Psychology},
0416 keywords = {1990},
0417 number = {2},
0418 pages = {167--179},
0419 title = {{Model selection by normalized maximum likelihood}},
0420 volume = {50},
0421 year = {2006}
0422 }
0423 @article{Boden-Albala2005,
0424 author = {Boden-Albala, B. and Litwak, E. and Elkind, M. S. V. and Rundek, T. and Sacco, R. L.},
0425 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Social isolation and outcomes post stroke - Boden-Albala et al.pdf:pdf},
0426 journal = {Neurology},
0427 number = {11},
0428 pages = {1888--1892},
0429 title = {{Social isolation and outcomes post stroke}},
0430 volume = {64},
0431 year = {2005}
0432 }
0433 @article{Allen1986,
0434 abstract = {This study tested Pascarella's reconceptualization of Tinto's model of the persistence/withdrawal process for use in a non-residential institution. Subjects (n=372) were college freshmen who had attended freshmen orientation and had completed an opinionnaire both during orientation and at the end of their first year in a medium-sized, urban commuter institution. Path analysis and estimates of direct and indirect causal effects were used to test the predictive validity of the model. Results tended to confirm the importance of applying causal models cautiously even within the same types of institutions. Results further suggest that there is considerable between-institution variance within the broad category of commuter colleges. The influence of key concepts such as social integration and institutional commitment were found to vary significantly from the reconceptualized version of Tinto's model. The degree of fit between the individual student and the institutional environment was largely predicated upon the magnitude of relationship between academic integration and institutional commitment. Other things being equal, the greater the individual's level of academic integration, the greater his or her subsequent commitment to the institution. The combination of academic integration and subsequent commitment were seen as having a positive influence on persistence. (Author/ABL)},
0435 author = {Allen, David F.},
0436 journal = {American Educational Research Journal},
0437 keywords = {1990},
0438 month = apr,
0439 number = {1},
0440 pages = {87--102},
0441 shorttitle = {Attrition at a Commuter Institution},
0442 title = {{Attrition at a Commuter Institution: A Path Analytic Validation of Tinto's Theoretical Model of College Withdrawal}},
0443 volume = {20},
0444 year = {1986}
0445 }
0446 @article{Guralnick1988,
0447 author = {Guralnick, M. J. and Groom, J. M.},
0448 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1988/Friendships of preschool children in mainstreamed playgroups - Guralnick, Groom.pdf:pdf},
0449 journal = {Developmental Psychology},
0450 number = {4},
0451 pages = {595--604},
0452 title = {{Friendships of preschool children in mainstreamed playgroups}},
0453 volume = {24},
0454 year = {1988}
0455 }
0456 @article{McCullagh1980,
0457 author = {McCullagh, P},
0458 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1980/Regression models for ordinal data - McCullagh.pdf:pdf},
0459 journal = {Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology)},
0460 title = {{Regression models for ordinal data}},
0461 year = {1980}
0462 }
0463 @article{Box1964,
0464 author = {Box, GEP and Cox, DR},
0465 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1964/An analysis of transformations - Box, Cox.pdf:pdf},
0466 journal = {Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology)},
0467 title = {{An analysis of transformations}},
0468 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/2984418},
0469 year = {1964}
0470 }
0471 @article{Cooper1999,
0472 author = {Cooper, A and Scherer, CR},
0473 journal = {Professional Psychology: Research and Practice},
0474 title = {{Sexuality on the Internet: From sexual exploration to pathological expression}},
0475 url = {http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/pro/30/2/154/},
0476 year = {1999}
0477 }
0478 @article{Benz2000,
0479 author = {Benz, M. R and Lindstrom, L. and Yovanoff, P.},
0480 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Improving Graduation and Employment Outcomes of Students with Disabilities Predictive Factors and Student Perspectives - Benz, Lindstrom, Yovanoff.pdf:pdf},
0481 journal = {Exceptional Children},
0482 number = {4},
0483 pages = {509--29},
0484 shorttitle = {Improving Graduation and Employment Outcomes of St},
0485 title = {{Improving Graduation and Employment Outcomes of Students with Disabilities: Predictive Factors and Student Perspectives}},
0486 volume = {66},
0487 year = {2000}
0488 }
0489 @article{ReynolJuncoa,
0490 author = {Junco, Reynol and Cotten, Shelia R.},
0491 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2012/No A 4 U The relationship between multitasking and academic performance - Junco, Cotten.pdf:pdf},
0492 journal = {Computers & Education},
0493 pages = {505--514},
0494 title = {{No A 4 U: The relationship between multitasking and academic performance}},
0495 volume = {59},
0496 year = {2012}
0497 }
0498 @article{JoAnnW.L.Yuen12001,
0499 author = {Yuen, JoAnn W.L. and Shaughnessy, Brian},
0500 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Cultural empowerment Tools to engage and retain postsecondary students with disabilities - Yuen, Shaughnessy.pdf:pdf},
0501 journal = {Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation},
0502 title = {{Cultural empowerment: Tools to engage and retain postsecondary students with disabilities}},
0503 url = {http://iospress.metapress.com/index/hx7lnyag665u4en1.pdf},
0504 year = {2001}
0505 }
0506 @article{Fink2009,
0507 author = {Fink, EL},
0508 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/The FAQs on Data Transformation - Fink.pdf:pdf},
0509 journal = {Communication Monographs},
0510 number = {4},
0511 pages = {379--397},
0512 title = {{The FAQs on Data Transformation}},
0513 volume = {76},
0514 year = {2009}
0515 }
0516 @article{Bonanno2004,
0517 author = {Bonanno, G. A.},
0518 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Loss, trauma, and human resilience - Bonanno.pdf:pdf},
0519 journal = {American Psychologist},
0520 number = {1},
0521 pages = {20--28},
0522 title = {{Loss, trauma, and human resilience}},
0523 volume = {59},
0524 year = {2004}
0525 }
0526 @book{Granville1911,
0527 author = {Granville, WA},
0528 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1911/Elements of the differential and integral calculus - Granville.pdf:pdf},
0529 keywords = {Mathematics},
0530 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
0531 title = {{Elements of the differential and integral calculus}},
0532 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=52kGAQAAIAAJ&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PA1&amp;dq=elements+of+the+differential+and+integral+calculus&amp;ots=e6Isl-pc0g&amp;sig=5So6LRhAZWApu0Is59zp_7P_k-M},
0533 year = {1911}
0534 }
0535 @article{morrison2009parent,
0536 abstract = {Many students with Asperger’s Syndrome have the cognitive ability and specific interests to be successful academically at the college level. However, these students often have difficulties navigating social systems, and higher education presents great challenges. The purpose of this study was to explore parent perceptions regarding the: (a) supports or accommodations college-bound students with Asperger’s Syndrome need at the postsecondary level to successfully adjust to the academic and psycho-social expectations of the college experience, and (b) self-advocacy skills or strategies needed to increase the likelihood that students with Asperger’s Syndrome be successful in college. Parents reported a variety of strategies that colleges can use to support students with Asperger’s Syndrome within postsecondary settings and provided insights into their expectations for college-level supports. Implications for practice and recommendations for future research are discussed.},
0537 annote = {Students with Aspbergers syndrome (AS) have typical intellectual abilities yet limited social skills which may inhibit success in a post-secondary environment. A survey from parents showed there need to be more advocacy for students with AS and more knowledge abuot AS, parents noted especially effective in working one on one with workers in universities. in addition alternative routes should be there to transition into adult life, community colleges are a good step to a 4 year school that may not have some of the supports. There was also need for students to be taught to be better self advocates, but also being in a place where they feel supported. Although all parents in this study noted there would be higher level of involvement than typically developing peers.},
0538 author = {Morrison, J.Q. and Sansosti, F.J. and Hadley, W.M.},
0539 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Parent Perceptions of the Anticipated Needs and Expectations for Support for Their College-Bound Students with Asperger's Syndrome - Morrison, Sansosti, Hadley.pdf:pdf},
0540 journal = {Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability},
0541 number = {2},
0542 pages = {78--87},
0543 publisher = {Association on Higher Education and Disability. 107 Commerce Center Drive Suite 204, Huntersville, NC 28078. Tel: 704-947-7779; Fax: 704-948-7779; e-mail: ahead@ ahead. org; Web site: http://www. ahead. org/publications/jped},
0544 title = {{Parent Perceptions of the Anticipated Needs and Expectations for Support for Their College-Bound Students with Asperger's Syndrome}},
0545 volume = {22},
0546 year = {2009}
0547 }
0548 @book{Lebl2010,
0549 author = {Lebl, Jiri},
0550 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Basic Analysis Introduction to Real Analysis - Lebl.pdf:pdf},
0551 keywords = {Mathematics},
0552 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
0553 title = {{Basic Analysis Introduction to Real Analysis}},
0554 year = {2010}
0555 }
0556 @article{baron1986moderator,
0557 author = {Baron, R.M. and Kenny, D.A.},
0558 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1986/The moderator–mediator variable distinction in social psychological research Conceptual, strategic, and statistical considerations - Baron, Kenny.pdf:pdf},
0559 journal = {Journal of Personality and Social Psychology},
0560 number = {6},
0561 pages = {1173--1182},
0562 publisher = {American Psychological Association},
0563 title = {{The moderator–mediator variable distinction in social psychological research: Conceptual, strategic, and statistical considerations}},
0564 volume = {51},
0565 year = {1986}
0566 }
0567 @article{Widmann2002,
0568 author = {Widmann, R. F. and Laplaza, J. F. and Bitan, F. D. and Brooks, C. E. and Root, L.},
0569 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Quality of life in osteogenesis imperfecta - Widmann et al.pdf:pdf},
0570 journal = {International Orthopaedics},
0571 number = {1},
0572 pages = {3--6},
0573 title = {{Quality of life in osteogenesis imperfecta}},
0574 volume = {26},
0575 year = {2002}
0576 }
0577 @book{Train2003,
0578 author = {Train, K},
0579 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Discrete choice methods with simulation - Train.pdf:pdf},
0580 keywords = {Linear Models,Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
0581 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models,Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
0582 title = {{Discrete choice methods with simulation}},
0583 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=F-_gYALlfR4C&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PA1&amp;dq=Discrete+Choice+Methods+with+Simulation&amp;ots=9EWhi46XJx&amp;sig=wxUy0aq5YN6fvQKCTaA2zsdK8gA},
0584 year = {2003}
0585 }
0586 @book{Sturm,
0587 author = {Sturm, Anja},
0588 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Probability Theory and Simulation - Sturm.pdf:pdf},
0589 keywords = {Probability},
0590 mendeley-tags = {Probability},
0591 title = {{Probability Theory and Simulation}},
0592 year = {2008}
0593 }
0594 @article{Walters2004,
0595 author = {Walters, SJ},
0596 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Sample size and power estimation for studies with health related quality of life outcomes a comparison of four methods using the SF-36 - Walters.pdf:pdf},
0597 journal = {Health and quality of life outcomes},
0598 title = {{Sample size and power estimation for studies with health related quality of life outcomes: a comparison of four methods using the SF-36}},
0599 url = {http://www.biomedcentral.com/1477-7525/2/26},
0600 year = {2004}
0601 }
0602 @techreport{henderson2001college,
0603 address = {Washington, D.C.},
0604 author = {Henderson, C.},
0605 institution = {American Council on Education, HEATH Resource Center},
0606 title = {{College Freshmen with Disabilities, 2001: A Biennial Statistical Profile}},
0607 url = {http://eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/recordDetail?accno=ED458728},
0608 year = {2001}
0609 }
0610 @article{Tanner2012,
0611 author = {Tanner, Martin A and Kolassa, John E},
0612 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/Approximate Conditional Inference in Exponential Families Via the Gibbs Sampler - Tanner, Kolassa.pdf:pdf},
0613 journal = {Journal of the American Statistical Association},
0614 number = {426},
0615 pages = {697--702},
0616 title = {{Approximate Conditional Inference in Exponential Families Via the Gibbs Sampler}},
0617 volume = {89},
0618 year = {1994}
0619 }
0620 @article{Smiley2003,
0621 author = {Smiley, E. and Cooper, S. A.},
0622 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Intellectual disabilities, depressive episode, diagnostic criteria and Diagnostic Criteria for Psychiatric Disorders for Use with Adults with Learning DisabilitiesMental Retardation - Smiley, Cooper.pdf:pdf},
0623 journal = {Journal of Intellectual Disability Research},
0624 number = {s1},
0625 pages = {62--71},
0626 title = {{Intellectual disabilities, depressive episode, diagnostic criteria and Diagnostic Criteria for Psychiatric Disorders for Use with Adults with Learning Disabilities/Mental Retardation}},
0627 volume = {47},
0628 year = {2003}
0629 }
0630 @article{Tierney1999,
0631 author = {Tierney, WG},
0632 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/Models of minority college-going and retention Cultural integrity versus cultural suicide - Tierney.pdf:pdf},
0633 journal = {Journal of Negro Education},
0634 number = {1},
0635 pages = {80--91},
0636 title = {{Models of minority college-going and retention: Cultural integrity versus cultural suicide}},
0637 volume = {68},
0638 year = {1999}
0639 }
0640 @article{Elston2001,
0641 author = {Elston, DA and Moss, R},
0642 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Analysis of aggregation, a worked example numbers of ticks on red grouse chicks - Elston, Moss.pdf:pdf},
0643 journal = {Parasitology},
0644 title = {{Analysis of aggregation, a worked example: numbers of ticks on red grouse chicks}},
0645 year = {2001}
0646 }
0647 @article{RamakrishnaRao,
0648 abstract = {Yoga-Sutras of Patanjali is a foundational psychological text that organizes, codifies, and systematically presents in s_tra form the psychology as practised in India around second century BCE. Its theme is to help humans free themselves from their congenital bondage due to conditioned existence and consequent suffering. The goal is to restore the person to her inherent unconditioned blissful being. The quintessence of Yoga is meditation. Meditation consists of dharana (concentration, focused attention) and dhyana, a contemplative state of passive attention precipitated by a prolonged practice of concentration. Dhy_na practice leads to sam_dhi, a stand-still altered state in which the mind is controlled and restrained from habitual cognitive processing. This paper provides a theoretical background of Patanjali Yoga and a select review of empirical research on the neurophysiological correlates of meditation, highlighting on the one hand some of its methodological shortcomings and conceptual problems and suggesting on the other hand the areas of promise for further research on meditation},
0649 author = {{Ramakrishna Rao}, K.},
0650 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Applied Yoga Psychology Studies of Neurophysiology of Meditation - Ramakrishna Rao.pdf:pdf},
0651 journal = {Journal of Consciousness Studies},
0652 number = {11-12},
0653 pages = {161--198},
0654 publisher = {Imprint Academic},
0655 title = {{Applied Yoga Psychology Studies of Neurophysiology of Meditation}},
0656 url = {http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/imp/jcs/2011/00000018/F0020011/art00007},
0657 volume = {18},
0658 year = {2011}
0659 }
0660 @article{dworsky2010helping,
0661 author = {Dworsky, A. and P\'{e}rez, A.},
0662 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Helping former foster youth graduate from college through campus support programs - Dworsky, P\'{e}rez.pdf:pdf},
0663 issn = {0190-7409},
0664 journal = {Children and Youth Services Review},
0665 number = {2},
0666 pages = {255--263},
0667 publisher = {Elsevier},
0668 title = {{Helping former foster youth graduate from college through campus support programs}},
0669 url = {http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0190740909002485},
0670 volume = {32},
0671 year = {2010}
0672 }
0673 @book{AmericanPsychologicalAssociation2009a,
0674 author = {{American Psychological Association}},
0675 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Sixth Edition - American Psychological Association.pdf:pdf},
0676 isbn = {1433805618},
0677 pages = {272},
0678 publisher = {American Psychological Association},
0679 title = {{Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Sixth Edition}},
0680 year = {2009}
0681 }
0682 @article{Gomez2001,
0683 author = {Gomez, O.},
0684 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Integrating Preference Assessment within the Transition Process To Create Meaningful School-to-Life Outcomes - Gomez.pdf:pdf},
0685 journal = {Exceptionality},
0686 number = {3},
0687 pages = {157--74},
0688 title = {{Integrating Preference Assessment within the Transition Process To Create Meaningful School-to-Life Outcomes}},
0689 volume = {9},
0690 year = {2001}
0691 }
0692 @article{Liu2005,
0693 author = {Liu, Ivy and Agresti, Alan},
0694 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/The analysis of ordered categorical data An overview and a survey of recent developments - Liu, Agresti.pdf:pdf},
0695 journal = {TEST},
0696 number = {1},
0697 pages = {1--73},
0698 title = {{The analysis of ordered categorical data: An overview and a survey of recent developments}},
0699 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/index/vj250ju52484xj03.pdf},
0700 volume = {14},
0701 year = {2005}
0702 }
0703 @article{Cronbach1951,
0704 author = {Cronbach, L. J.},
0705 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1951/Coefficient alpha and the internal structure of tests - Cronbach.pdf:pdf},
0706 journal = {Psychometrika},
0707 number = {3},
0708 pages = {297--334},
0709 title = {{Coefficient alpha and the internal structure of tests}},
0710 volume = {16},
0711 year = {1951}
0712 }
0713 @article{Hurtado1998,
0714 author = {Hurtado, Sylvia},
0715 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/Enhancing campus climates for racialethnic diversity Educational policy and practice - Hurtado.pdf:pdf},
0716 journal = {Review of Higher Education},
0717 title = {{Enhancing campus climates for racial/ethnic diversity: Educational policy and practice}},
0718 url = {http://www.mofet.macam.ac.il/rashut/hafacha/walterallen/Documents/EnhancingCampusClimatesforRacialEthnicDiversity.pdf},
0719 year = {1998}
0720 }
0721 @article{Cohen1983,
0722 author = {Cohen, S. and Kamarck, T. and Mermelstein, R.},
0723 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1983/A global measure of perceived stress - Cohen, Kamarck, Mermelstein.pdf:pdf},
0724 journal = {Journal of Health and Social Behavior},
0725 number = {4},
0726 pages = {385--396},
0727 title = {{A global measure of perceived stress}},
0728 volume = {24},
0729 year = {1983}
0730 }
0731 @article{Wallack1999,
0732 author = {Weber, Renee and Crocker, Jennifer},
0733 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1983/Cognitive Processes in the Revision of Stereotypic Beliefs - Weber, Crocker.pdf:pdf},
0734 shorttitle = {News for a Change},
0735 title = {{Cognitive Processes in the Revision of Stereotypic Beliefs}},
0736 year = {1983}
0737 }
0738 @article{Simpson2005,
0739 author = {Simpson, Erin and Horowitz, Michael},
0740 journal = {Event London},
0741 number = {April},
0742 title = {{Event Count and Zero-Inflated Models}},
0743 year = {2005}
0744 }
0745 @article{Weisenberg1984,
0746 author = {Weisenberg, M. and Aviram, O. and Wolf, Y. and Raphaeli, N.},
0747 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1984/Relevant and irrelevant anxiety in the reaction to pain - Weisenberg et al.pdf:pdf},
0748 journal = {Pain},
0749 number = {4},
0750 pages = {371},
0751 title = {{Relevant and irrelevant anxiety in the reaction to pain}},
0752 volume = {20},
0753 year = {1984}
0754 }
0755 @book{Albert2007,
0756 address = {New York},
0757 author = {Albert, J.},
0758 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Bayesian Computation with R - Albert.pdf:pdf},
0759 keywords = {Bayes,R Books},
0760 mendeley-tags = {Bayes,R Books},
0761 publisher = {Springer},
0762 title = {{Bayesian Computation with R}},
0763 year = {2007}
0764 }
0765 @article{Heineman2004a,
0766 author = {Heineman, Toni Vaughn},
0767 doi = {10.1037/0736-9735.21.1.99},
0768 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/A Boy and Two Mothers New Variations on an Old Theme or a New Story of Triangulation Beginning Thoughts on the Psychosexual Development of Children in Nontraditional Families - Heineman.pdf:pdf},
0769 issn = {0736-9735},
0770 journal = {Psychoanalytic Psychology},
0771 number = {1},
0772 pages = {99--115},
0773 title = {{A Boy and Two Mothers: New Variations on an Old Theme or a New Story of Triangulation? Beginning Thoughts on the Psychosexual Development of Children in Nontraditional Families}},
0774 url = {http://doi.apa.org/getdoi.cfm?doi=10.1037/0736-9735.21.1.99},
0775 volume = {21},
0776 year = {2004}
0777 }
0778 @misc{Sheppard,
0779 author = {Sheppard, Lianne},
0780 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Analysis planning - Sheppard.pdf:pdf},
0781 keywords = {Analysis Planning,Statistical Planning},
0782 mendeley-tags = {Analysis Planning,Statistical Planning},
0783 title = {{Analysis planning}},
0784 year = {2007}
0785 }
0786 @techreport{Grayson2003,
0787 address = {Montr\'{e}al, QC},
0788 author = {Grayson, J. P and Grayson, K.},
0789 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Research on retention and attrition - Grayson, Grayson.pdf:pdf},
0790 institution = {Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation},
0791 publisher = {The Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation},
0792 title = {{Research on retention and attrition}},
0793 year = {2003}
0794 }
0795 @book{Ablon1984,
0796 author = {Ablon, J.},
0797 publisher = {Praeger Publishers},
0798 shorttitle = {Little People in America},
0799 title = {{Little People in America: The Social Dimension of Dwarfism}},
0800 year = {1984}
0801 }
0802 @incollection{Melguizo2011a,
0803 author = {Melguizo, Tatiana},
0804 booktitle = {Higher education Handbook of theory and research},
0805 doi = {10.1007/978-94-007-0702-3},
0806 edition = {26},
0807 editor = {Smart, John C. and Paulsen, Michael B.},
0808 isbn = {9789400707023},
0809 pages = {395--424},
0810 publisher = {Springer},
0811 title = {{A review of the theories developed to describe the process of college persistence and attainment}},
0812 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/index/X1494855706503G3.pdf},
0813 volume = {26},
0814 year = {2011}
0815 }
0816 @article{Bauer2007,
0817 author = {Bauer, D. J.},
0818 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Observations on the use of growth mixture models in psychological research - Bauer.pdf:pdf},
0819 journal = {Multivariate Behavioral Research},
0820 number = {4},
0821 pages = {757--786},
0822 title = {{Observations on the use of growth mixture models in psychological research}},
0823 volume = {42},
0824 year = {2007}
0825 }
0826 @book{Jones2009,
0827 abstract = {Known for its versatility, the free programming language R is widely used for statistical computing and graphics, but is also a fully functional programming language well suited to scientific programming. An Introduction to Scientific Programming and Simulation Using Rteaches the skills needed to perform scientific programming while also introducing stochastic modelling. Stochastic modelling in particular, and mathematical modelling in general, are intimately linked to scientific programming because the numerical techniques of scientific programming enable the practical application of mathematical models to real-world problems. Following a natural progression that assumes no prior knowledge of programming or probability, the book is organised into four main sections: Programming In Rstarts with how to obtain and install R (for Windows, MacOS, and Unix platforms), then tackles basic calculations and program flow, before progressing to function based programming, data structures, graphics, and object-oriented code A Primer on Numerical Mathematicsintroduces concepts of numerical accuracy and program efficiency in the context of root-finding, integration, and optimization A Self-contained Introduction to Probability Theorytakes readers as far as the Weak Law of Large Numbers and the Central Limit Theorem, equipping them for point and interval estimation Simulation teaches how to generate univariate random variables, do Monte-Carlo integration, and variance reduction techniques In the last section, stochastic modelling is introduced using extensive case studies on epidemics, inventory management, and plant dispersal. A tried and tested pedagogic approach is employed throughout, with numerous examples, exercises, and a suite of practice projects. Unlike most guides to R, this volume is not about the application of statistical techniques, but rather shows how to turn algorithms into code. It is for those who want to make tools, not just use them.},
0828 annote = {buy},
0829 author = {Jones, Owen and Maillardet, Robert and Robinson, Andrew},
0830 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Introduction to scientific programming and simulation using R - Jones, Maillardet, Robinson.pdf:pdf},
0831 isbn = {1420068725},
0832 pages = {472},
0833 publisher = {CRC Press},
0834 title = {{Introduction to scientific programming and simulation using R}},
0835 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=gnZC525wnzIC&pgis=1},
0836 year = {2009}
0837 }
0838 @article{Olive2007,
0839 author = {Olive, DJ},
0840 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Prediction intervals for regression models - Olive.pdf:pdf},
0841 journal = {Computational statistics & data analysis},
0842 title = {{Prediction intervals for regression models}},
0843 url = {http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0167947306000417},
0844 year = {2007}
0845 }
0846 @article{Ware1992,
0847 author = {Ware, J. E. Jr and Sherbourne, C. D.},
0848 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1992/The MOS 36-ltem Short-Form Health Survey (SF-36) I. Conceptual Framework and Item Selection - Ware, Sherbourne.pdf:pdf;:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1992/The MOS 36-ltem Short-Form Health Survey (SF-36) I. Conceptual Framework and Item Selection - Ware, Sherbourne(2).pdf:pdf;:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1992/The MOS 36-ltem Short-Form Health Survey (SF-36) I. Conceptual Framework and Item Selection - Ware, Sherbourne(3).pdf:pdf},
0849 journal = {Medical care},
0850 number = {6},
0851 pages = {473--483},
0852 title = {{The MOS 36-ltem Short-Form Health Survey (SF-36): I. Conceptual Framework and Item Selection}},
0853 volume = {30},
0854 year = {1992}
0855 }
0856 @article{Reid2010,
0857 author = {Reid, R. O. and Friedberg, M. W. and Adams, J. L.},
0858 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Associations between physician characteristics and quality of care - Reid, Friedberg, Adams.pdf:pdf},
0859 journal = {Archives of internal Medicine},
0860 title = {{Associations between physician characteristics and quality of care}},
0861 year = {2010}
0862 }
0863 @article{Pfeiffer2001,
0864 author = {Pfeiffer, David},
0865 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/The conceptualization of disability - Pfeiffer.pdf:pdf},
0866 journal = {Research in Social Science and Disability},
0867 pages = {29--52},
0868 title = {{The conceptualization of disability}},
0869 volume = {2},
0870 year = {2001}
0871 }
0872 @article{Carrasco2003,
0873 author = {Carrasco, Josep L. and Jover, Lluis},
0874 doi = {10.1111/j.0006-341X.2003.00099.x},
0875 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Estimating the Generalized Concordance Correlation Coefficient through Variance Components - Carrasco, Jover.pdf:pdf},
0876 issn = {0006-341X},
0877 journal = {Biometrics},
0878 month = dec,
0879 number = {4},
0880 pages = {849--858},
0881 title = {{Estimating the Generalized Concordance Correlation Coefficient through Variance Components}},
0882 url = {http://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/j.0006-341X.2003.00099.x},
0883 volume = {59},
0884 year = {2003}
0885 }
0886 @article{LeticiaOsegueraandByungShikRhee2009,
0887 author = {Oseguera, Leticia and Rhee, Byung-Shik},
0888 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/The influence of institutional retention climates on student persistence to degree completion A multilevel approach - Oseguera, Rhee.pdf:pdf},
0889 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
0890 pages = {546--569},
0891 title = {{The influence of institutional retention climates on student persistence to degree completion: A multilevel approach}},
0892 volume = {50},
0893 year = {2009}
0894 }
0895 @misc{Perlman,
0896 author = {Perlman, Michael D.},
0897 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Multivariate Statistical Analysis - Perlman.pdf:pdf},
0898 keywords = {Linear Models},
0899 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
0900 title = {{Multivariate Statistical Analysis}},
0901 year = {2007}
0902 }
0903 @article{Crainiceanu2004,
0904 abstract = {We consider the problem of testing null hypotheses that include restrictions on the variance component in a linear mixed model with one variance component and we derive the finite sample and asymptotic distribution of the likelihood ratio test and the restricted likelihood ratio test. The spectral representations of the likelihood ratio test and the restricted likelihood ratio test statistics are used as the basis of efficient simulation algorithms of their null distributions. The large sample $\chi$2 mixture approximations using the usual asymptotic theory for a null hypothesis on the boundary of the parameter space have been shown to be poor in simulation studies. Our asymptotic calculations explain these empirical results. The theory of Self and Liang applies only to linear mixed models for which the data vector can be partitioned into a large number of independent and identically distributed subvectors. One-way analysis of variance and penalized splines models illustrate the results.},
0905 author = {Crainiceanu, Ciprian M and Ruppert, David},
0906 doi = {10.1111/j.1467-9868.2004.00438.x},
0907 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Likelihood ratio tests in linear mixed models with one variance component - Crainiceanu, Ruppert.pdf:pdf},
0908 issn = {13697412},
0909 journal = {Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology)},
0910 keywords = {1990},
0911 number = {1},
0912 pages = {165--185},
0913 publisher = {Wiley Online Library},
0914 title = {{Likelihood ratio tests in linear mixed models with one variance component}},
0915 volume = {66},
0916 year = {2004}
0917 }
0918 @article{Feingold1992,
0919 author = {Feingold, A.},
0920 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1992/Sex differences in variability in intellectual abilities A new look at an old controversy - Feingold.pdf:pdf},
0921 journal = {Review of Educational Research},
0922 number = {1},
0923 pages = {61},
0924 title = {{Sex differences in variability in intellectual abilities: A new look at an old controversy}},
0925 volume = {62},
0926 year = {1992}
0927 }
0928 @article{Peterson2005,
0929 author = {Peterson, DB},
0930 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health An Introduction for Rehabilitation Psychologists - Peterson.pdf:pdf},
0931 journal = {Rehabilitation Psychology},
0932 title = {{International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health: An Introduction for Rehabilitation Psychologists}},
0933 url = {http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/rep/50/2/105/},
0934 year = {2005}
0935 }
0936 @techreport{JohnBraxtonAmySHirschy2004,
0937 address = {Hoboken, NJ},
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0944 author = {Braxton, John M. and Hirschy, Amy S. and McClendon, Shederick A.},
0945 institution = {ASHE-ERIC Higher Education},
0946 isbn = {0787972827},
0947 publisher = {Jossey-Bass},
0948 title = {{Understanding and Reducing College Student Departure}},
0949 year = {2004}
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0954 journal = {Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry},
0955 pages = {833--839},
0956 title = {{Mapping of the Benzodiazepine Recognition Site on GABA A Receptors}},
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0959 }
0960 @article{Kovacic2010,
0961 author = {Kova\v{c}i\'{c}, ZJ},
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0963 journal = {Proceedings of Informing Science & IT Education Conference (InSITE) 2010},
0964 title = {{Early Prediction of Student Success: Mining Students Enrollment Data}},
0965 url = {http://titania.addu.edu.ph/researches/DECISION SUPPORT/Early Prediction of Student Success Mining Students Enrollment Data.pdf},
0966 year = {2010}
0967 }
0968 @article{Green2003,
0969 author = {Green, S. E.},
0970 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/What do you mean ‘what's wrong with her” stigma and the lives of families of children with disabilities - Green.pdf:pdf},
0971 journal = {Social Science & Medicine},
0972 number = {8},
0973 pages = {1361--1374},
0974 title = {{What do you mean ‘what's wrong with her”: stigma and the lives of families of children with disabilities}},
0975 volume = {57},
0976 year = {2003}
0977 }
0978 @book{Gentle2007,
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0985 year = {2007}
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0987 @book{Marsden1981,
0988 author = {Marsden, Jerrold E. and Weinstein, A.},
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0990 isbn = {0805369325},
0991 keywords = {Mathematics},
0992 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
0993 pages = {235},
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0995 title = {{Calculus Unlimited}},
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0998 @article{beilke1998personalizing,
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1000 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/Personalizing Disability Faculty-Student Relationships and the Importance of Story - Beilke, Yssel.pdf:pdf},
1001 journal = {Journal for a Just and Caring Education},
1002 number = {2},
1003 pages = {212--23},
1004 title = {{Personalizing Disability: Faculty-Student Relationships and the Importance of Story}},
1005 volume = {4},
1006 year = {1998}
1007 }
1008 @article{fedor2005descriptive,
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1011 journal = {Neuro Endocrinol Lett},
1012 pages = {167--171},
1013 title = {{From the descriptive towards inferential statistics. Hundred years since conception of the Student’s t-distribution}},
1014 url = {http://www.nel.edu/pdf_/26_3/260305E01_15990717_Editorial.pdf},
1015 volume = {26},
1016 year = {2005}
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1018 @article{Elliott1995,
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1021 journal = {Basic and Applied Social Psychology},
1022 number = {4},
1023 pages = {471--487},
1024 shorttitle = {Social Support and Leisure Activities Following Se},
1025 title = {{Social Support and Leisure Activities Following Severe Physical Disability: Testing the Mediating Effects of Depression}},
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1029 @article{Diamond1996,
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1035 title = {{Preschool children's conceptions of disabilities: The salience of disability in children's ideas about others}},
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1044 keywords = {Linear Models},
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1046 publisher = {Wiley-Blackwell},
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1048 year = {2007}
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1050 @article{Hodges1999,
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1053 journal = {Developmental Psychology},
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1055 pages = {94--101},
1056 title = {{The power of friendship: protection against an escalating cycle of peer victimization}},
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1058 year = {1999}
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1060 @article{Storey2000,
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1063 journal = {Evolution and Human Behavior},
1064 number = {2},
1065 pages = {79--95},
1066 title = {{Hormonal correlates of paternal responsiveness in new and expectant fathers}},
1067 volume = {21},
1068 year = {2000}
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1070 @techreport{muthén2010bayesian,
1071 author = {Muth\'{e}n, B.},
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1073 institution = {Mplus Technical Report. http:$\backslash$$\backslash$ www. statmodel. com},
1074 title = {{Bayesian Analysis In Mplus: A Brief Introduction}},
1075 url = {http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=Bayesian+Analysis+In+Mplus:+A+Brief+Introduction#0},
1076 year = {2010}
1077 }
1078 @article{Longford2010,
1079 abstract = {Meta-analysis is often conducted with only a small number of studies. Adjustments of the (restricted) maximum likelihood estimator of the effect size are derived and their gains in efficiency are explored. The proposed estimators are applied to three sets of studies.},
1080 author = {Longford, Nicholas T},
1081 doi = {10.1002/sim.3814},
1082 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Estimation of the effect size in meta-analysis with few studies - Longford.pdf:pdf},
1083 issn = {1097-0258},
1084 journal = {Statistics in Medicine},
1085 month = feb,
1086 number = {4},
1087 pages = {421--30},
1088 pmid = {20014355},
1089 title = {{Estimation of the effect size in meta-analysis with few studies}},
1090 url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20014355},
1091 volume = {29},
1092 year = {2010}
1093 }
1094 @article{Berkovich2005,
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1097 journal = {Arxiv preprint astro-ph/0509743},
1098 title = {{Prediction of the Virgo axis anisotropy: CMB radiation illuminates the nature of things}},
1099 year = {2005}
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1103 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Health-Related Quality of Life, Health Risk Behaviors, and Disability Among Adults With Pain-Related Activity Difficulty - Strine et al.pdf:pdf},
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1105 number = {11},
1106 pages = {2042--2048},
1107 title = {{Health-Related Quality of Life, Health Risk Behaviors, and Disability Among Adults With Pain-Related Activity Difficulty}},
1108 volume = {95},
1109 year = {2005}
1110 }
1111 @article{Janket2003,
1112 author = {Janket, S. J. and Baird, A. E. and Chuang, S. K. and Jones, J. A.},
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1114 journal = {Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology, & Endodontics},
1115 number = {5},
1116 pages = {559--569},
1117 title = {{Meta-analysis of periodontal disease and risk of coronary heart disease and stroke}},
1118 volume = {95},
1119 year = {2003}
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1121 @article{borsboom2004concept,
1122 author = {Borsboom, D. and Mellenbergh, G.J. J and {Van Heerden}, J.},
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1124 journal = {Psychological review},
1125 number = {4},
1126 pages = {1061},
1127 publisher = {American Psychological Association},
1128 title = {{The concept of validity}},
1129 volume = {111},
1130 year = {2004}
1131 }
1132 @book{Kruschke2010,
1133 annote = {Buy This Book!!!!},
1134 author = {Kruschke, JK},
1135 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Doing bayesian data analysis - Kruschke.pdf:pdf},
1136 keywords = {Bayes,Linear Models},
1137 mendeley-tags = {Bayes,Linear Models},
1138 title = {{Doing bayesian data analysis}},
1139 year = {2010}
1140 }
1141 @article{Milligan2001,
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1144 journal = {Sexuality and Disability},
1145 number = {2},
1146 pages = {91--109},
1147 shorttitle = {The Myth of Asexuality},
1148 title = {{The myth of asexuality: A survey of social and empirical evidence}},
1149 volume = {19},
1150 year = {2001}
1151 }
1152 @article{messick1988once,
1153 author = {Messick, S.},
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1157 volume = {33},
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1160 @book{Murrell2006,
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1164 publisher = {CRC Press},
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1166 year = {2006}
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1168 @article{Tepper1999,
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1172 number = {1},
1173 pages = {37--52},
1174 title = {{Letting go of restrictive notions of manhood: Male sexuality, disability and chronic illness}},
1175 volume = {17},
1176 year = {1999}
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1178 @article{skrondal2005structural,
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1181 journal = {Encyclopedia of Statistics in Behavioral Science},
1182 publisher = {Wiley Online Library},
1183 title = {{Structural equation modeling: categorical variables}},
1184 url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/0470013192.bsa596/full},
1185 year = {2005}
1186 }
1187 @article{Brainard2005,
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1207 journal = {Journal of biological rhythms},
1208 number = {4},
1209 pages = {314},
1210 title = {{Photons, clocks, and consciousness}},
1211 url = {http://jbr.sagepub.com/content/20/4/314.short},
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1215 @book{Robert2010,
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1227 @article{Nielsen2003a,
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1230 journal = {Rehabilitation Psychology},
1231 number = {4},
1232 pages = {289--295},
1233 title = {{Prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder in persons with spinal cord injuries: The mediating effect of social support}},
1234 volume = {48},
1235 year = {2003}
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1237 @book{Nagelkerke1992,
1238 author = {Nagelkerke, N. J. D.},
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1243 @article{Cabrera1992,
1244 abstract = {This paper reports the results of an empirical study on the role of finances on college persistence. A quantitative causal model, that relied on several theoretical frameworks, was tested via structural equation modelling for categorical data that incorporated constructs from the financial aid literature as well as the persistence literature. The research design was longitudinal in nature and analyses were conducted on a sample of 466 college students who were attending a large public urban commuter institution in the spring of 1989. In sum, results appeared to suggest that financial aid is important, not only because it equalizes opportunities between affluent and low-income students, but also because it facilitates the integration of the student into both the academic and social components of the institution as well as influencing his or her commitment to stay in college. Contains 51 references. (Author/GLR)},
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1256 @book{Tsybakov2008,
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1269 publisher = {British Medical Journal Publishing Group},
1270 title = {{How to read a paper: Statistics for the non-statistician. II:“Significant” relations and their pitfalls}},
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1275 @article{Livneh2006,
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1278 journal = {Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings},
1279 number = {3},
1280 pages = {250--260},
1281 shorttitle = {Psychosocial Adaptation to Chronic Illness and Dis},
1282 title = {{Psychosocial Adaptation to Chronic Illness and Disability: A Preliminary Study of its Factorial Structure}},
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1286 @article{Jorgensen2009,
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1289 title = {{Predicting College Retention and Dropout: Sex and Disability}},
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1292 @article{Krokavcova2008,
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1295 journal = {Patient Education and Counseling},
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1297 year = {2008}
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1299 @book{Cialdini2008,
1300 author = {Cialdini, Robert B.},
1301 isbn = {0205609996},
1302 pages = {272},
1303 publisher = {Prentice Hall},
1304 title = {{Influence: Science and Practice (5th Edition)}},
1305 url = {http://www.amazon.com/Influence-Practice-Robert-B-Cialdini/dp/0205609996},
1306 year = {2008}
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1308 @article{Lonigan2003,
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1310 journal = {Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology},
1311 number = {3},
1312 pages = {465--480},
1313 title = {{Relations of positive and negative affectivity to anxiety and depression in children: Evidence from a latent variable longitudinal study}},
1314 volume = {71},
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1317 @article{Sarkar2008,
1318 author = {Sarkar, D.},
1319 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Extending lattice using generics and methods to implement new visualization methods within the Trellis framework - Sarkar.pdf:pdf},
1320 journal = {Computational Statistics},
1321 keywords = {1990},
1322 number = {4},
1323 pages = {565--572},
1324 title = {{Extending lattice: using generics and methods to implement new visualization methods within the Trellis framework}},
1325 volume = {23},
1326 year = {2008}
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1328 @article{Xie2000,
1329 author = {Xie, Haiyi and Hur, Kwan and Mchugo, Gregory},
1330 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Using Random-Effects Zero-Inflated Poisson Model to Analyze Longitudinal Count Data with Extra Zeros - Xie, Hur, Mchugo.pdf:pdf},
1331 pages = {2--3},
1332 title = {{Using Random-Effects Zero-Inflated Poisson Model to Analyze Longitudinal Count Data with Extra Zeros}},
1333 year = {2000}
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1335 @book{Ramsay2009,
1336 abstract = {This volume in the UseR! Series is aimed at a wide range of readers, and especially those who would like apply these techniques to their research problems. It complements Functional Data Analysis, Second Edition and Applied Functional Data Analysis: Methods and Case Studies by providing computer code in both the R and Matlab languages for a set of data analyses that showcase the functional data analysis. The authors make it easy to get up and running in new applications by adapting the code for the examples, and by being able to access the details of key functions within these pages. This book is accompanied by additional web-based support for applying existing functions and developing new ones in either language.},
1337 author = {Ramsay, James and Hooker, Giles and Graves, Spencer},
1338 booktitle = {Media},
1339 doi = {10.1007/978-0-387-98185-7},
1340 editor = {Gentleman, Robert and Hornik, Kurt and Parmigiani, Giovanni},
1341 isbn = {9780387981840},
1342 issn = {13596446},
1343 number = {20},
1344 pages = {207},
1345 publisher = {Springer},
1346 series = {Use R},
1347 title = {{Functional Data Analysis with R and MATLAB}},
1348 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/index/10.1007/978-0-387-98185-7},
1349 volume = {7},
1350 year = {2009}
1351 }
1352 @article{Kabaila2009,
1353 abstract = {It is very common in applied frequentist ("classical") statistics to carry out a preliminary statistical (i.e. data-based) model selection by, for example, using preliminary hypothesis tests or minimizing AIC. This is usually followed by the inference of interest, using the same data, based on the assumption that the selected model had been given to us a priori. This assumption is false and it can lead to an inaccurate and misleading inference. We consider the important case that the inference of interest is a confidence region. We review the literature that shows that the resulting confidence regions typically have very poor coverage properties. We also briefly review the closely related literature that describes the coverage properties of prediction intervals after preliminary statistical model selection. A possible motivation for preliminary statistical model selection is a wish to utilize uncertain prior information in the inference of interest. We review the literature in which the aim is to utilize uncertain prior information directly in the construction of confidence regions, without requiring the intermediate step of a preliminary statistical model selection. We also point out this aim as a future direction for research. En statistiques appliqu\'{e}es de l'approche fr\'{e}quentiste ("classique"), il est courant de proc\'{e}der \`{a} une s\'{e}lection pr\'{e}liminaire du mod\`{e}le statistique (c'est-\`{a}-dire bas\'{e}e sur des donn\'{e}es) en utilisant, par exemple, des tests pr\'{e}liminaires fond\'{e}s sur des hypoth\`{e}ses ou en minimisant AIC. Ceci est g\'{e}n\'{e}ralement suivi par l'inf\'{e}rence d'int\'{e}r\^{e}t, o\`{u} les m\^{e}mes donn\'{e}es sont utilis\'{e}es, et qui suppose que le mod\`{e}le choisi nous avait \'{e}t\'{e} donn\'{e}\`{a} priori. Cette supposition est erron\'{e}e et peut entra\^{\i}ner une inf\'{e}rence inexacte et trompeuse. Nous examinons un cas primordial o\`{u} l'inf\'{e}rence d'int\'{e}r\^{e}t constitue une r\'{e}gion de confiance. Nous \'{e}tudions la documentation qui indique que les r\'{e}gions de confiance qui en r\'{e}sultent ont en principe des propri\'{e}t\'{e}s d'application r\'{e}duites. Nous examinons \'{e}galement de mani\`{e}re succincte les \'{e}crits en \'{e}troite relation qui d\'{e}crivent les propri\'{e}t\'{e}s d'application des intervalles de pr\'{e}diction apr\`{e}s la s\'{e}lection pr\'{e}liminaire du mod\`{e}le statistique. Il est possible que la motivation sous-tendant la s\'{e}lection pr\'{e}liminaire du mod\`{e}le statistique repr\'{e}sente un d\'{e}sir d'utilizer des renseignements pr\'{e}alables incertains dans l'inf\'{e}rence d'int\'{e}r\^{e}t. Nous \'{e}tudions la documentation o\`{u} l'objectif est d'utilizer des renseignements pr\'{e}alables incertains directement dans l'\'{e}laboration de r\'{e}gions de confiance, sans exiger de recourir \`{a} l'\'{e}tape interm\'{e}diaire de s\'{e}lection pr\'{e}liminaire du mod\`{e}le statistique. Nous pr\'{e}cisons \'{e}galement que cet objectif constitue un axe de recherche future.},
1354 author = {Kabaila, Paul},
1355 doi = {10.1111/j.1751-5823.2009.00089.x},
1356 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/The Coverage Properties of Confidence Regions After Model Selection - Kabaila.pdf:pdf},
1357 issn = {03067734},
1358 journal = {International Statistical Review},
1359 month = dec,
1360 number = {3},
1361 pages = {405--414},
1362 title = {{The Coverage Properties of Confidence Regions After Model Selection}},
1363 volume = {77},
1364 year = {2009}
1365 }
1366 @article{Fox2006,
1367 author = {Fox, J.},
1368 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/TEACHER'S CORNER Structural Equation Modeling With the SEM Package in R - Fox.pdf:pdf},
1369 journal = {Structural Equation Modeling},
1370 keywords = {1990},
1371 number = {3},
1372 pages = {465--486},
1373 title = {{TEACHER'S CORNER: Structural Equation Modeling With the SEM Package in R}},
1374 volume = {13},
1375 year = {2006}
1376 }
1377 @book{Yuen2001,
1378 author = {Yuen, Jonathan},
1379 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Logistic and Poisson Regression An Introduction to Generalized Linear Models - Yuen.pdf:pdf},
1380 keywords = {Linear Models},
1381 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
1382 publisher = {Uppsala University},
1383 title = {{Logistic and Poisson Regression: An Introduction to Generalized Linear Models}},
1384 year = {2001}
1385 }
1386 @article{JohnL.HoffmanKatieE.Lowitzki2005,
1387 author = {Hoffman, John L. and Lowitzki, Katie E.},
1388 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Predicting college success with high school grades and test scores Limitations for minority students - Hoffman, Lowitzki.pdf:pdf},
1389 journal = {Review of higher education},
1390 title = {{Predicting college success with high school grades and test scores: Limitations for minority students}},
1391 url = {http://www.people.vcu.edu/$\sim$rmreardon/data files/MERC/skillsmismatch/hoffman lewitzki test score limitations.pdf},
1392 year = {2005}
1393 }
1394 @article{Kane2001,
1395 author = {Kane, M. T.},
1396 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Current concerns in validity theory - Kane.pdf:pdf},
1397 journal = {Journal of Educational Measurement},
1398 number = {4},
1399 pages = {319--342},
1400 title = {{Current concerns in validity theory}},
1401 volume = {38},
1402 year = {2001}
1403 }
1404 @article{Dersh2002,
1405 author = {Dersh, J. and Polatin, P. B. and Gatchel, R. J.},
1406 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Chronic Pain and Psychopathology Research Findings and Theoretical Considerations - Dersh, Polatin, Gatchel.pdf:pdf},
1407 journal = {Psychosomatic Medicine},
1408 number = {5},
1409 pages = {773--786},
1410 shorttitle = {Chronic Pain and Psychopathology},
1411 title = {{Chronic Pain and Psychopathology: Research Findings and Theoretical Considerations}},
1412 volume = {64},
1413 year = {2002}
1414 }
1415 @article{Longwell-Grice2007a,
1416 author = {Longwell-Grice, R and Longwell-Grice, H},
1417 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Testing Tinto How Do Retention Theories Work for First-Generation, Working-Class Students - Longwell-Grice, Longwell-Grice.pdf:pdf},
1418 journal = {Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory and Practice},
1419 title = {{Testing Tinto: How Do Retention Theories Work for First-Generation, Working-Class Students?}},
1420 year = {2007}
1421 }
1422 @book{Puntanen,
1423 author = {Puntanen, Simo and Styan, George P. H. and Isotalo, Jarkko},
1424 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Matrix Tricks for Linear Statistical Models - Puntanen, Styan, Isotalo.pdf:pdf},
1425 keywords = {Linear Models,Mathematics,Matrix Algebra,Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
1426 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models,Mathematics,Matrix Algebra,Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
1427 title = {{Matrix Tricks for Linear Statistical Models}},
1428 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-3-642-10472-5/},
1429 year = {2011}
1430 }
1431 @article{Asai2005,
1432 author = {Asai, Manabu},
1433 doi = {10.1007/s10614-005-2974-4},
1434 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Comparison of MCMC Methods for Estimating Stochastic Volatility Models - Asai.pdf:pdf},
1435 issn = {0927-7099},
1436 journal = {Computational Economics},
1437 keywords = {1990},
1438 month = jun,
1439 number = {3},
1440 pages = {281--301},
1441 title = {{Comparison of MCMC Methods for Estimating Stochastic Volatility Models}},
1442 url = {http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1080972.1080984},
1443 volume = {25},
1444 year = {2005}
1445 }
1446 @article{briggs2001effect,
1447 author = {Briggs, D.C.},
1448 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/The effect of admissions test preparation Evidence from NELS 88 - Briggs.pdf:pdf},
1449 journal = {Chance},
1450 number = {1},
1451 pages = {10--18},
1452 title = {{The effect of admissions test preparation: Evidence from NELS: 88}},
1453 url = {http://www.stat.duke.edu/$\sim$dalene/chance/chanceweb/141.briggs.pdf},
1454 volume = {14},
1455 year = {2001}
1456 }
1457 @article{Mundey2005,
1458 abstract = {Delayed sleep phase syndrome (DSPS) is a circadian-rhythm sleep disorder characterized by abnormally late sleep and wake times. Melatonin, taken in the evening, advances sleep and circadian phase in patients with DSPS. However, little is known about the most effective dose or time of administration. In the present study, we tested the effectiveness of melatonin to advance the timing of sleep and circadian phase in individuals with DSPS.},
1459 author = {Mundey, Kavita and Benloucif, Susan and Harsanyi, Krisztina and Dubocovich, Margarita L and Zee, Phyllis C},
1460 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Phase-dependent treatment of delayed sleep phase syndrome with melatonin - Mundey et al.pdf:pdf},
1461 issn = {0161-8105},
1462 journal = {Sleep},
1463 keywords = {1990},
1464 month = oct,
1465 number = {10},
1466 pages = {1271--8},
1467 pmid = {16295212},
1468 title = {{Phase-dependent treatment of delayed sleep phase syndrome with melatonin}},
1469 url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16295212},
1470 volume = {28},
1471 year = {2005}
1472 }
1473 @article{Santich1997,
1474 author = {Santich, M. and Kavanagh, D. J.},
1475 journal = {Australian Psychologist},
1476 number = {2},
1477 pages = {126--130},
1478 title = {{Social adaptation of children with mild intellectual disability: Effects of partial integration within primary school classes}},
1479 volume = {32},
1480 year = {1997}
1481 }
1482 @article{Tucker1998,
1483 author = {Tucker, B. P.},
1484 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/Deaf culture, cochlear implants, and elective disability - Tucker.pdf:pdf},
1485 journal = {The Hastings Center Report},
1486 number = {4},
1487 title = {{Deaf culture, cochlear implants, and elective disability}},
1488 volume = {28},
1489 year = {1998}
1490 }
1491 @article{KungSikChanCharlesJ.Geyer1994,
1492 author = {Chan, Kung Sik and Geyer, Charles J.},
1493 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/Discussion Markov chains for exploring posterior distributions - Chan, Geyer.pdf:pdf},
1494 journal = {The Annals of Statistics},
1495 title = {{Discussion: Markov chains for exploring posterior distributions}},
1496 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/2242481},
1497 year = {1994}
1498 }
1499 @article{Verbrugge2006,
1500 author = {Verbrugge, L. M. and Mehta, K. K. and Wagenfeld-Heintz, E.},
1501 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Views of Disability in the United States and Singapore - Verbrugge, Mehta, Wagenfeld-Heintz.pdf:pdf},
1502 journal = {Research on Aging},
1503 number = {2},
1504 pages = {216},
1505 title = {{Views of Disability in the United States and Singapore}},
1506 volume = {28},
1507 year = {2006}
1508 }
1509 @article{Satorra2001,
1510 author = {Satorra, A. and Bentler, P. M.},
1511 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/A scaled difference chi-square test statistic for moment structure analysis - Satorra, Bentler.pdf:pdf},
1512 journal = {Psychometrika},
1513 number = {4},
1514 pages = {507--514},
1515 title = {{A scaled difference chi-square test statistic for moment structure analysis}},
1516 volume = {66},
1517 year = {2001}
1518 }
1519 @article{AmauryNoraAlbertoF.Cabrera1996,
1520 author = {Nora, Amaury and Cabrera, Alberto F.},
1521 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/The role of perceptions of prejudice and discrimination on the adjustment of minority students to college - Nora, Cabrera.pdf:pdf},
1522 journal = {The Journal of Higher Education},
1523 title = {{The role of perceptions of prejudice and discrimination on the adjustment of minority students to college}},
1524 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/2943977},
1525 year = {1996}
1526 }
1527 @book{Finan2003a,
1528 author = {Finan, Marcel B.},
1529 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/A Semester Course in Trigonometry - Finan.pdf:pdf},
1530 keywords = {Mathematics},
1531 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
1532 title = {{A Semester Course in Trigonometry}},
1533 year = {2003}
1534 }
1535 @article{Gouvier2003,
1536 author = {Gouvier, W. D. and Sytsma-Jordan, S. and Mayville, S.},
1537 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Patterns of discrimination in hiring job applicants with disabilities The role of disability type, job complexity, and public contact - Gouvier, Sytsma-Jordan, Mayville.pdf:pdf},
1538 journal = {Rehabilitation Psychology},
1539 number = {3},
1540 pages = {175--181},
1541 title = {{Patterns of discrimination in hiring job applicants with disabilities: The role of disability type, job complexity, and public contact}},
1542 volume = {48},
1543 year = {2003}
1544 }
1545 @techreport{Davis,
1546 author = {Davis, K. and Schoen, C. and Schoenbaum, S. C. and Doty, M. M. and Holmgren, A. L. and Kriss, J. L. and Shea, K. K.},
1547 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Mirror, mirror on the wall An international update on the comparative performance of American health care - Davis et al.pdf:pdf},
1548 institution = {The Commonwealth Fund},
1549 title = {{Mirror, mirror on the wall: An international update on the comparative performance of American health care}},
1550 year = {2007}
1551 }
1552 @article{Steiger,
1553 author = {Steiger, James H.},
1554 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/Unknown/The Algebra of Linear Regression and Partial Correlation - Steiger.pdf:pdf},
1555 title = {{The Algebra of Linear Regression and Partial Correlation}}
1556 }
1557 @article{Brinckerhoff1992,
1558 abstract = {This article focuses on the four primary issues that directly affect service delivery to students with learning disabilities in postsecondary settings, including (a) How are high school and postsecondary settings different? (b) How are eligibility and access determined? (c) How are reasonable accommodations determined? and (d) How can the independence level of college students with learning disabilities be fostered? Each of these issues will be discussed within the context of the student's transition from high school, where Public Law 94-142 is in effect, to college, where Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 applies.},
1559 author = {Brinckerhoff, L. C. and Shaw, S. F. and McGuire, J. M.},
1560 doi = {10.1177/002221949202500702},
1561 issn = {0022-2194},
1562 journal = {Journal of Learning Disabilities},
1563 month = aug,
1564 number = {7},
1565 pages = {417--429},
1566 title = {{Promoting Access, Accommodations, and Independence for College Students with Learning Disabilities}},
1567 url = {http://ldx.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/25/7/417},
1568 volume = {25},
1569 year = {1992}
1570 }
1571 @article{Kendall1998,
1572 author = {Kendall, E. and Buys, N.},
1573 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/An Integrated Model of Psychosocial Adjustment Following Acquired Disability - Kendall, Buys.pdf:pdf},
1574 journal = {The Journal of Rehabilitation},
1575 number = {3},
1576 pages = {16--20},
1577 title = {{An Integrated Model of Psychosocial Adjustment Following Acquired Disability}},
1578 volume = {64},
1579 year = {1998}
1580 }
1581 @article{Shields2006,
1582 author = {Shields, N. and Murdoch, A. and Loy, Y. and Dodd, K. J. and Taylor, N. F.},
1583 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/A systematic review of the self-concept of children with cerebral palsy compared with children without disability - Shields et al.pdf:pdf},
1584 journal = {Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology},
1585 number = {02},
1586 pages = {151--157},
1587 title = {{A systematic review of the self-concept of children with cerebral palsy compared with children without disability}},
1588 volume = {48},
1589 year = {2006}
1590 }
1591 @article{Gorard2006,
1592 author = {Gorard, S.},
1593 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Towards a judgement-based statistical analysis - Gorard.pdf:pdf},
1594 journal = {British Journal of Sociology of Education},
1595 number = {1},
1596 pages = {67--80},
1597 title = {{Towards a judgement-based statistical analysis}},
1598 volume = {27},
1599 year = {2006}
1600 }
1601 @article{Gatchel2004,
1602 author = {Gatchel, R. J.},
1603 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Comorbidity of Chronic Pain and Mental Health Disorders The Biopsychosocial Perspective - Gatchel.pdf:pdf},
1604 journal = {American Psychologist},
1605 number = {8},
1606 pages = {10},
1607 shorttitle = {Comorbidity of Chronic Pain and Mental Health Diso},
1608 title = {{Comorbidity of Chronic Pain and Mental Health Disorders: The Biopsychosocial Perspective}},
1609 volume = {59},
1610 year = {2004}
1611 }
1612 @article{CiezaA2008,
1613 author = {Cieza, A. and Stucki, G.},
1614 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/The International Classification of Functioning Disability and Health its development process and content validity - Cieza, Stucki.pdf:pdf},
1615 journal = {European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
1616 title = {{The International Classification of Functioning Disability and Health: its development process and content validity}},
1617 url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18762740},
1618 year = {2008}
1619 }
1620 @article{Sherbourne1991,
1621 annote = {2nd file is instrument},
1622 author = {Sherbourne, C. D. and Stewart, A. L.},
1623 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1991/The MOS social support survey - Sherbourne, Stewart.pdf:pdf;:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1991/The MOS social support survey - Sherbourne, Stewart(2).pdf:pdf},
1624 journal = {Social Science & Medicine},
1625 pages = {705--714},
1626 title = {{The MOS social support survey}},
1627 volume = {32},
1628 year = {1991}
1629 }
1630 @article{HedekerGibbons1994,
1631 author = {Hedeker, Donald and Gibbons, Robert D.},
1632 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/A random-effects ordinal regression model for multilevel analysis - Hedeker, Gibbons.pdf:pdf},
1633 journal = {Biometrics},
1634 number = {4},
1635 pages = {933--944},
1636 title = {{A random-effects ordinal regression model for multilevel analysis}},
1637 volume = {50},
1638 year = {1994}
1639 }
1640 @misc{Patrick2001,
1641 abstract = {There have recently been significant theoretical developments in multilevel statistical modeling, and improved software is readily available. This study demonstrates the application of multilevel modeling to one of the most common issues that confront institutional researchers: that of student attrition, where the response variable is typically binary rather than continuous. Comparisons are made with a traditional logistic regression approach. The data pertain to one large university. The techniques illustrated may be extended to the analysis of data sets encompassing many institutions, making meaningful interinstitutional comparisons of performance feasible even when there is hierarchical clustering present in the data.},
1642 author = {Patrick, William J.},
1643 booktitle = {Research in Higher Education},
1644 doi = {10.1023/A:1026521519201},
1645 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Estimating First-Year Student Attrition Rates An Application of Multilevel Modeling Using Categorical Variables - Patrick.pdf:pdf},
1646 issn = {0361-0365},
1647 keywords = {1990},
1648 month = apr,
1649 number = {2},
1650 pages = {151--170},
1651 publisher = {Springer Netherlands},
1652 title = {{Estimating First-Year Student Attrition Rates: An Application of Multilevel Modeling Using Categorical Variables}},
1653 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/h811365h0k704k06/},
1654 volume = {42},
1655 year = {2001}
1656 }
1657 @article{Lewis2001,
1658 author = {Lewis, J. A. and Manne, S. L. and DuHamel, K. N. and Vickburg, S. J. M. and Bovbjerg, D. H. and Currie, V. and Winkel, G. and Redd, W. H.},
1659 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Social Support, Intrusive Thoughts, and Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Survivors - Lewis et al.pdf:pdf},
1660 journal = {Journal of Behavioral Medicine},
1661 number = {3},
1662 pages = {231--245},
1663 title = {{Social Support, Intrusive Thoughts, and Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Survivors}},
1664 volume = {24},
1665 year = {2001}
1666 }
1667 @article{Cook2000,
1668 author = {Cook, B. G.},
1669 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Backlash against the inclusion of students with learning disabilities in higher education Implications for transition from post-secondary environments to work - Cook.pdf:pdf},
1670 journal = {Work},
1671 title = {{Backlash against the inclusion of students with learning disabilities in higher education: Implications for transition from post-secondary environments to work}},
1672 url = {http://iospress.metapress.com/index/82CK6T0PUDL5HKJP.pdf},
1673 year = {2000}
1674 }
1675 @article{kuhn1972scientific,
1676 author = {Kuhn, T.S.},
1677 journal = {Sociology of Science},
1678 pages = {80--104},
1679 publisher = {Penguin Harmonds worth},
1680 title = {{Scientific paradigms}},
1681 url = {http://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&q=thomas+kuhn+1972&btnG=Search&as_sdt=0,48&as_ylo=&as_vis=0#2},
1682 year = {1972}
1683 }
1684 @article{Ichimura1993,
1685 abstract = {For the class of single-index models, I construct a semiparametric estimator of coefficients up to a multiplicative constant that exhibits 1/√n-consistency and asymptotic normality. This class of models includes censored and truncated Tobit models, binary choice models, and duration models with unobserved individual heterogeneity and random censoring. I also investigate a weighting scheme that achieves the semiparametric efficiency bound.},
1686 author = {Ichimura, H},
1687 doi = {10.1016/0304-4076(93)90114-K},
1688 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1993/Semiparametric least squares (SLS) and weighted SLS estimation of single-index models - Ichimura.pdf:pdf},
1689 issn = {03044076},
1690 journal = {Journal of Econometrics},
1691 month = jul,
1692 number = {1-2},
1693 pages = {71--120},
1694 title = {{Semiparametric least squares (SLS) and weighted SLS estimation of single-index models}},
1695 url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0304-4076(93)90114-K},
1696 volume = {58},
1697 year = {1993}
1698 }
1699 @book{Byrne2006,
1700 author = {Byrne, B. M.},
1701 publisher = {Lawrence Erlbaum Associates},
1702 title = {{Structural equation modeling with EQS}},
1703 year = {2006}
1704 }
1705 @article{Milem2005,
1706 author = {Milem, Jeffrey F. and Chang, MJ},
1707 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Making diversity work on campus A research-based perspective - Milem, Chang.pdf:pdf},
1708 title = {{Making diversity work on campus: A research-based perspective}},
1709 url = {http://www.wesleyan.edu/partnerships/mei/files/makingdiiversityworkoncampus.pdf},
1710 year = {2005}
1711 }
1712 @article{Michelsen2006,
1713 author = {Michelsen, S. I. and Uldall, P. and Hansen, T. and Madsen, M.},
1714 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Social integration of adults with cerebral palsy - Michelsen et al.pdf:pdf},
1715 journal = {Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology},
1716 number = {08},
1717 pages = {643--649},
1718 title = {{Social integration of adults with cerebral palsy}},
1719 volume = {48},
1720 year = {2006}
1721 }
1722 @phdthesis{Adams2007,
1723 author = {Adams, K. S.},
1724 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Visibility of Disability, Attributional Style, Psychosocial Adjustment to Disability, and Self-Advocacy Skill in Relation to Student Adaptation to College - Adams.pdf:pdf},
1725 title = {{Visibility of Disability, Attributional Style, Psychosocial Adjustment to Disability, and Self-Advocacy Skill in Relation to Student Adaptation to College}},
1726 year = {2007}
1727 }
1728 @book{Smart1997,
1729 author = {Smart, John C. and Tierney, William G.},
1730 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Higher Education Handbook of Theory and Research, Volume XII - Smart, Tierney.pdf:pdf},
1731 isbn = {0875861180},
1732 pages = {498},
1733 publisher = {Kluwer Academic Publishers},
1734 title = {{Higher Education: Handbook of Theory and Research, Volume XII}},
1735 year = {1997}
1736 }
1737 @article{Bjørnebekk2005,
1738 author = {Bj\o rnebekk, A. and Math\'{e}, A. A. and Bren\'{e}, S.},
1739 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/The antidepressant effect of running is associated with increased hippocampal cell proliferation - Bj\o rnebekk, Math\'{e}, Bren\'{e}.pdf:pdf},
1740 journal = {The International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology},
1741 number = {03},
1742 pages = {357--368},
1743 title = {{The antidepressant effect of running is associated with increased hippocampal cell proliferation}},
1744 volume = {8},
1745 year = {2005}
1746 }
1747 @article{Pascall2004,
1748 abstract = {What enables young people with significant impairments to make the transition to adulthood? Becoming householders, finding work, becoming parents, feeling included as citizens: these are all more challenging in the context of housing needs, a discriminatory labour market, the need for personal assistance and transport. Our study interviewed a group of 31 young adults in receipt of disability living allowance, who had jobs and independent households, and smaller comparative groups, who had one or neither of these. We explored disabled people's own accounts of adulthood and what had facilitated their achievement of jobs and independent living. Education, family, employment, personal assistance, housing, benefits and welfare services were on our agenda, but respondents' own accounts are of exceptional' parents as the key.However, not everyone can have exceptional parents. We discuss the politics and economics of parenthood that prevailed while our respondents grew up, when parental responsibilities were extended and parental resources reduced. And we ask how much the politics of parenthood under New Labour offers to families with disabled children.},
1749 annote = {This article discusses the nature of parenting, and gets into the idea of "exceptional" parents. While it does deviate into politics which are not relevant in the US (the article written under policies of the United Kingdom) the idea of "exceptional" parents is a universal one. Disability inevitably brings lower resources and higher stress and more responsibility on a family system, and the ability to cope with this will vary among individuals. The difference in parenting styles will have dramatic effects on their children and the relationships young adults have with their parents will directly affect their chances of a successful transition.},
1750 author = {Pascall, Gillian and Hendey, Nicola},
1751 doi = {10.1177/0261018304041949},
1752 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Disability and Transition to Adulthood The Politics of Parenting - Pascall, Hendey.pdf:pdf},
1753 issn = {02610183},
1754 journal = {Critical Social Policy},
1755 month = may,
1756 number = {2},
1757 pages = {165--186},
1758 title = {{Disability and Transition to Adulthood: The Politics of Parenting}},
1759 volume = {24},
1760 year = {2004}
1761 }
1762 @incollection{Patton2000,
1763 address = {San Francisco, CA},
1764 author = {Patton, Michael Quinn},
1765 booktitle = {New Directions for Evaluation},
1766 doi = {10.1002/ev.1168},
1767 editor = {Hopson, R. K.},
1768 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Overview Language matters - Patton.pdf:pdf},
1769 issn = {1097-6736},
1770 number = {86},
1771 pages = {5--16},
1772 publisher = {Jossey-Bass},
1773 title = {{Overview: Language matters}},
1774 url = {http://doi.wiley.com/10.1002/ev.1168},
1775 volume = {2000},
1776 year = {2000}
1777 }
1778 @article{Gallup2007,
1779 author = {Gallup, Andrew C. and Gallup, Gordon G.},
1780 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Yawning as a brain cooling mechanism Nasal breathing and forehead cooling diminish the incidence of contagious yawning - Gallup, Gallup.pdf:pdf},
1781 journal = {Evolutionary Psychology},
1782 title = {{Yawning as a brain cooling mechanism: Nasal breathing and forehead cooling diminish the incidence of contagious yawning}},
1783 year = {2007}
1784 }
1785 @article{Gerhard1998,
1786 author = {Arminger, Gerhard and Muth\'{e}n, Bengt O.},
1787 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/A Bayesian approach to nonlinear latent variable models using the Gibbs sampler and the Metropolis-Hastings algorithm - Arminger, Muth\'{e}n.pdf:pdf},
1788 journal = {Psychometrika},
1789 number = {3},
1790 pages = {271--300},
1791 title = {{A Bayesian approach to nonlinear latent variable models using the Gibbs sampler and the Metropolis-Hastings algorithm}},
1792 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/index/P637720618Q27872.pdf},
1793 volume = {63},
1794 year = {1998}
1795 }
1796 @book{Cox2006,
1797 annote = {Purchased from ebooks.com},
1798 author = {Cox, D. R.},
1799 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Principles of statistical inference - Cox.pdf:pdf},
1800 keywords = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
1801 mendeley-tags = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
1802 publisher = {Cambridge University Press},
1803 title = {{Principles of statistical inference}},
1804 year = {2006}
1805 }
1806 @article{Pascarella2008,
1807 author = {Pascarella, Ernest T. and Seifert, Tricia A. and Whitt, Elizabeth J.},
1808 doi = {10.1002/tl.325},
1809 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Effective instruction and college student persistence Some new evidence - Pascarella, Seifert, Whitt.pdf:pdf},
1810 issn = {02710633},
1811 journal = {New Directions for Teaching and Learning},
1812 month = jun,
1813 number = {115},
1814 pages = {55--70},
1815 title = {{Effective instruction and college student persistence: Some new evidence}},
1816 url = {http://doi.wiley.com/10.1002/tl.325},
1817 volume = {2008},
1818 year = {2008}
1819 }
1820 @article{Titus2004,
1821 abstract = {Using constructs from Bean's (1990) [In: D. Hossler and J. P. Bean (Eds.), The strategic management of college enrollments. San Francisco:Jossey-Bass] student attrition model and the Berger and Milem (2000) [In: J. C. Smart (Ed.), Higher education: Handbook of theory and research (Vol. XV, pp. 268–338). New York: Agathon Press] college impact model, national survey data, and multilevel modeling techniques, this study examines the extent to which persistence is influenced by the institutional context. The analytic sample is limited to first-time, full-time, degree-seeking undergraduates attending 4-year colleges and universities nationwide. This study finds that selectivity, as measured by the average student academic ability at an institution, has a contextual effect on college student persistence that reflects a positive increment to the chance of persistence that accrues to a student beyond student-level predictors of persistence. Although the implications of the findings are mainly for theory and methods, policy implications are discussed.},
1822 author = {Titus, Marvin A.},
1823 doi = {10.1023/B:RIHE.0000044227.17161.fa},
1824 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/An Examination of the Influence of Institutional Context on Student Persistence at 4-Year Colleges and Universities A Multilevel Approach - Titus.pdf:pdf},
1825 issn = {0361-0365},
1826 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
1827 keywords = {1990},
1828 month = nov,
1829 number = {7},
1830 pages = {673--699},
1831 publisher = {Springer Netherlands},
1832 title = {{An Examination of the Influence of Institutional Context on Student Persistence at 4-Year Colleges and Universities: A Multilevel Approach}},
1833 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/rq81ur0184275418/},
1834 volume = {45},
1835 year = {2004}
1836 }
1837 @article{Stuber1997,
1838 author = {Stuber, M. L. and Kazak, A. E. and Meeske, K. and Barakat, L. and Guthrie, D. and Garnier, H. and Pynoos, R. and Meadows, A.},
1839 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Predictors of Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms in Childhood Cancer Survivors - Stuber et al.pdf:pdf},
1840 journal = {Pediatrics},
1841 number = {6},
1842 pages = {958--964},
1843 title = {{Predictors of Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms in Childhood Cancer Survivors}},
1844 volume = {100},
1845 year = {1997}
1846 }
1847 @article{Rao2004,
1848 abstract = {Attitudes toward disabilities as a topic is widely researched when it comes to published studies concerned with disability issues. 'Attitudinal barriers' is recognized widely as an impediment to success of persons with disabilities. However, this also happens to be the least researched variable in studies done with faculty and students with disabilities in higher education. This article presents review of literature on faculty attitudes towards persons with disabilities in four different parts: attitudes as a construct, views on attitudes towards disabilities, measurement of attitude towards disabilities, and studies done at colleges and universities with faculty. The fourth section discusses various variables that influence attitudes of faculty towards disabilities. Implications for future studies are discussed. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]},
1849 author = {Rao, Shaila},
1850 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Faculty Attitudes and Students with Disabilities in Higher Education A Literature Review - Rao.pdf:pdf},
1851 issn = {<strong>01463934</strong>},
1852 journal = {College Student Journal},
1853 keywords = {1990},
1854 number = {2},
1855 pages = {191--198},
1856 title = {{Faculty Attitudes and Students with Disabilities in Higher Education: A Literature Review}},
1857 year = {2004}
1858 }
1859 @article{Eide2002,
1860 author = {Eide, A. H. and Roysamb, E.},
1861 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/The relationship between level of disability, psychological problems, social activity, and social networks - Eide, Roysamb.pdf:pdf},
1862 journal = {Rehabilitation Psychology},
1863 number = {2},
1864 pages = {165--183},
1865 title = {{The relationship between level of disability, psychological problems, social activity, and social networks}},
1866 volume = {47},
1867 year = {2002}
1868 }
1869 @article{Bartlett1946,
1870 author = {Bartlett, M. S. and Kendall, D. G.},
1871 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1946/The statistical analysis of variance-heterogeneity and the logarithmic transformation - Bartlett, Kendall.pdf:pdf},
1872 journal = {Supplement to the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society},
1873 number = {1},
1874 pages = {128--138},
1875 title = {{The statistical analysis of variance-heterogeneity and the logarithmic transformation}},
1876 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/2983618},
1877 volume = {8},
1878 year = {1946}
1879 }
1880 @article{Darnon2006,
1881 abstract = {The present research examines whether mastery and performance goals predict different ways of reacting to a sociocognitive conflict with another person over materials to be learned, an issue not yet addressed by the achievement goal literature. Results from 2 studies showed that mastery goals predicted epistemic conflict regulation (a conflict regulation strategy focused on the attempt to integrate both points of view), whereas performance goals predicted relational conflict regulation (a conflict regulation strategy focused on the evaluation and affirmation of self-competence). Study 1 shows these links via direct self-report measures of conflict regulation. Study 2 shows the same links using the amount of competence reported for the self and for the other as subtle measures of conflict regulation. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2007 APA (journal abstract)},
1882 author = {Darnon, C\'{e}line and Muller, Dominique and Schrager, Sheree M and Pannuzzo, Nelly and Butera, Fabrizio},
1883 doi = {10.1037/0022-0663.98.4.766},
1884 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Mastery and performance goals predict epistemic and relational conflict regulation - Darnon et al.pdf:pdf},
1885 issn = {19392176},
1886 journal = {Journal of Educational Psychology},
1887 keywords = {1990},
1888 number = {4},
1889 pages = {766--776},
1890 publisher = {APA AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION},
1891 title = {{Mastery and performance goals predict epistemic and relational conflict regulation}},
1892 url = {http://doi.apa.org/getdoi.cfm?doi=10.1037/0022-0663.98.4.766},
1893 volume = {98},
1894 year = {2006}
1895 }
1896 @article{Jost2003,
1897 author = {Jost, JT and Glaser, J},
1898 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Political conservatism as motivated social cognition - Jost, Glaser.pdf:pdf},
1899 journal = {Psychological Bulletin},
1900 title = {{Political conservatism as motivated social cognition}},
1901 url = {http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/bul/129/3/339/},
1902 year = {2003}
1903 }
1904 @article{Albert2012,
1905 author = {Albert, James H},
1906 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1992/Bayesian Estimation of Normal Ogive Item Response Curves Using Gibbs Sampling - Albert.pdf:pdf},
1907 journal = {Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics},
1908 number = {3},
1909 pages = {251--269},
1910 title = {{Bayesian Estimation of Normal Ogive Item Response Curves Using Gibbs Sampling}},
1911 volume = {17},
1912 year = {1992}
1913 }
1914 @book{maindonald2007data,
1915 annote = {buy},
1916 author = {Maindonald, J.H. and Braun, J.},
1917 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Data analysis and graphics using R an example-based approach - Maindonald, Braun.pdf:pdf},
1918 keywords = {Linear Models,R Books},
1919 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models,R Books},
1920 publisher = {Cambridge Univ Press},
1921 title = {{Data analysis and graphics using R: an example-based approach}},
1922 volume = {10},
1923 year = {2007}
1924 }
1925 @incollection{Tinto1986,
1926 address = {New York},
1927 author = {Tinto, Vincent},
1928 booktitle = {Higher education: Handbook of theory and research},
1929 edition = {2},
1930 editor = {Smart, John C.},
1931 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1986/Theories of student departure revisited - Tinto.pdf:pdf},
1932 pages = {359--384},
1933 publisher = {Agathon Press},
1934 title = {{Theories of student departure revisited}},
1935 volume = {2},
1936 year = {1986}
1937 }
1938 @article{Cooper2003,
1939 author = {Cooper, S. A and Melville, C. A and Einfeld, S. L},
1940 journal = {Journal of Intellectual Disability Research},
1941 pages = {3--15},
1942 title = {{Psychiatric diagnosis, intellectual disabilities and Diagnostic Criteria for Psychiatric Disorders for Use with Adults with Learning Disabilities/Mental Retardation (DC‐LD)}},
1943 volume = {47},
1944 year = {2003}
1945 }
1946 @article{Schwarz1978,
1947 author = {Schwarz, G.},
1948 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1978/Estimating the dimension of a model - Schwarz.pdf:pdf},
1949 journal = {The annals of statistics},
1950 number = {2},
1951 pages = {461--464},
1952 title = {{Estimating the dimension of a model}},
1953 volume = {6},
1954 year = {1978}
1955 }
1956 @book{Mrazek1994,
1957 address = {Washington, D.C.},
1958 author = {Mrazek, Patricia J and Haggerty, Robert J and {Committee on Prevention of Mental Disorders}, Institute on Medicine},
1959 publisher = {National Academy Press},
1960 title = {{Reducing risks for mental disorders: Frontiers for preventive intervention research}},
1961 year = {1994}
1962 }
1963 @article{Marston1997,
1964 author = {Marston, G. M. and Perry, D. W. and Roy, A.},
1965 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Manifestations of depression in people with intellectual disability - Marston, Perry, Roy.pdf:pdf},
1966 journal = {Journal of Intellectual Disability Research},
1967 number = {6},
1968 pages = {476--480},
1969 title = {{Manifestations of depression in people with intellectual disability}},
1970 volume = {41},
1971 year = {1997}
1972 }
1973 @article{horton2004use,
1974 author = {Horton, N. J. and Brown, E.R. and Qian, L.},
1975 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Use of R as a toolbox for mathematical statistics exploration - Horton, Brown, Qian.pdf:pdf},
1976 journal = {The American Statistician},
1977 number = {4},
1978 pages = {343--357},
1979 publisher = {ASA},
1980 title = {{Use of R as a toolbox for mathematical statistics exploration}},
1981 url = {http://pubs.amstat.org/doi/pdf/10.1198/000313004X5572},
1982 volume = {58},
1983 year = {2004}
1984 }
1985 @article{Donnelly2004,
1986 author = {Donnelly, C. and Eng, J. J.},
1987 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Pain following spinal cord injury the impact on community reintegration - Donnelly, Eng.pdf:pdf},
1988 journal = {Spinal Cord},
1989 number = {5},
1990 pages = {278--282},
1991 shorttitle = {Pain following spinal cord injury},
1992 title = {{Pain following spinal cord injury: the impact on community reintegration}},
1993 volume = {43},
1994 year = {2004}
1995 }
1996 @article{Borglum2010,
1997 author = {Borglum, Karen and Kubala, Thomas},
1998 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Academic and social integration of community college students A case study - Borglum, Kubala.pdf:pdf},
1999 number = {April 2012},
2000 pages = {567--576},
2001 title = {{Academic and social integration of community college students: A case study}},
2002 year = {2010}
2003 }
2004 @article{Hujoel2001,
2005 author = {Hujoel, P.P. and Drangsholt, M. and Spiekerman, C. and DeRouen, T. A.},
2006 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Examining the link between coronary heart disease and the elimination of chronic dental infections - Hujoel et al.pdf:pdf},
2007 journal = {The Journal of the American Dental Association},
2008 pages = {883--889},
2009 title = {{Examining the link between coronary heart disease and the elimination of chronic dental infections}},
2010 url = {http://www.jada.info/content/132/7/883.short},
2011 volume = {132},
2012 year = {2001}
2013 }
2014 @article{Enders2001,
2015 author = {Enders, C. K. and Bandalos, D. L.},
2016 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/The relative performance of full information maximum likelihood estimation for missing data in structural equation models - Enders, Bandalos.pdf:pdf},
2017 journal = {Structural Equation Modeling},
2018 keywords = {1990},
2019 number = {3},
2020 pages = {430--457},
2021 title = {{The relative performance of full information maximum likelihood estimation for missing data in structural equation models}},
2022 volume = {8},
2023 year = {2001}
2024 }
2025 @article{Ioannidis2005,
2026 author = {Ioannidis, JPA},
2027 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Why most published research findings are false - Ioannidis.pdf:pdf},
2028 journal = {PLoS Medicine},
2029 title = {{Why most published research findings are false}},
2030 url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1182327/},
2031 year = {2005}
2032 }
2033 @article{Kim2009,
2034 abstract = {This study examined whether the effects of student–faculty interaction on a range of student outcomes—i.e., college GPA, degree aspiration, integration, critical thinking and communication, cultural appreciation and social awareness, and satisfaction with college experience—vary by student gender, race, social class, and first-generation status. The study utilized data on 58,281 students who participated in the 2006 University of California Undergraduate Experience Survey (UCUES). The findings reveal differences in the frequency of student–faculty interaction across student gender, race, social class and first-generation status, and differences in the effects of student–faculty interaction (i.e., conditional effects) that depended on each of these factors except first-generation status. The findings provide implications for educational practice on how to maximize the educational efficacy of student–faculty interaction by minimizing the gender, race, social class, and first-generation differences associated with it.},
2035 author = {Kim, Young K. and Sax, Linda J.},
2036 doi = {10.1007/s11162-009-9127-x},
2037 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Student–Faculty Interaction in Research Universities Differences by Student Gender, Race, Social Class, and First-Generation Status - Kim, Sax.pdf:pdf},
2038 issn = {0361-0365},
2039 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
2040 keywords = {1990},
2041 month = feb,
2042 number = {5},
2043 pages = {437--459},
2044 publisher = {Springer Netherlands},
2045 title = {{Student–Faculty Interaction in Research Universities: Differences by Student Gender, Race, Social Class, and First-Generation Status}},
2046 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/4315q73218580782/},
2047 volume = {50},
2048 year = {2009}
2049 }
2050 @article{Carpenter1994,
2051 abstract = {BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE. Research in rehabilitation has been focused primarily on provision of care issues and treatment intervention outcome measures. The input of the clients involved has not been solicited in a systematic way. As a physical therapist practicing in rehabilitation, the researcher became increasingly aware of a discrepancy between the perception of spinal cord injury and its consequences held by health professionals and those people who experience the injury over many years. It was recognition of this discrepancy that formed the background from which this study evolved. The purpose of this qualitative research study was to explore individual conceptions of the experience of spinal cord injury from the perspective of adult learning. SUBJECTS AND METHODS. Semistructured, in-depth interviews were conducted with 10 individuals who had sustained a traumatic spinal cord injury 3 to 5 years prior to the interview. Questions asked were nondirective and designed to trigger accounts of meaningful aspects of the subjects' disability experience since their injury. Data analysis entailed several thorough readings of the interview transcripts from which three categories of meaning developed and for which criteria were established. RESULTS. The categories of meaning--rediscovery of self, redefining disability, and establishing a new identity--represented commonalities of conceptions of the spinal cord injury and the resulting disability experience. The continuity of "self" was of primary importance to the ongoing experience of disability, and the learning involved was diverse and intensely personal. Strategies used by the subjects in achieving these categories are discussed. CONCLUSION AND DISCUSSION. Although the contribution of the rehabilitation instruction, and particularly that of individual health care professionals, was acknowledged by the subjects, the adequacy of the preparation of clinicians for their role as adult educators in the rehabilitation process is questioned. A theory of transformative learning is introduced as a possible explanatory model for the study findings, application of which may facilitate a more client-centered approach to rehabilitation practice.},
2052 author = {Carpenter, C},
2053 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/The experience of spinal cord injury the individual's perspective--implications for rehabilitation practice - Carpenter.pdf:pdf},
2054 journal = {Physical Therapy},
2055 month = jul,
2056 number = {7},
2057 pages = {614--628},
2058 shorttitle = {The experience of spinal cord injury},
2059 title = {{The experience of spinal cord injury: the individual's perspective--implications for rehabilitation practice}},
2060 url = {http://www.ptjournal.org/cgi/content/abstract/74/7/614},
2061 volume = {74},
2062 year = {1994}
2063 }
2064 @article{SUSANSCHWOCHAUandPETERBLANCK2003,
2065 author = {Schwochau, Susan and Blanck, Peter},
2066 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Does the ADA disable the disabled—More comments - Schwochau, Blanck.pdf:pdf},
2067 journal = {Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society},
2068 title = {{Does the ADA disable the disabled?—More comments}},
2069 url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1468-232X.00276/full},
2070 year = {2003}
2071 }
2072 @article{Trainor2008,
2073 abstract = {The terms cultural and social capital, conceptualized by education philosopher and researcher Pierre Bourdieu, play an important role in the lives of youth with disabilities during transition into adulthood. Although research, legisla- tion, and practice acknowledge the importance of resources that are established via social networks, insufficient attention has been dedicated to the forms of capital possessed by young adults with disabilities or to teachers’ expectations of the role of capital in achieving postsecondary outcomes. Studies of capital inform postsecondary transition research and practice in key areas including self-determination, parent participation, access to appropriate curriculum, and linkages to adult services. Expanding the foci of postsecondary transition to include the study of capital may increase the efficacy of transition planning and instruction for youth with disabilities from other marginalized groups.},
2074 annote = {Educational psychologists when dealing with transition in special education have ignored cultural and social capital. The roles of social and cultural capital are explored, including areas of self-determination, parent participation, and access to curriculum and links to adult services. the need to include social and cultural capital for individuals with disabilities is needed and explored. },
2075 author = {Trainor, A. A.},
2076 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Using Cultural and Social Capital to Improve Postsecondary Outcomes and Expand Transition Models for Youth With Disabilities - Trainor.pdf:pdf},
2077 journal = {The Journal of Special Education},
2078 number = {3},
2079 pages = {148--162},
2080 title = {{Using Cultural and Social Capital to Improve Postsecondary Outcomes and Expand Transition Models for Youth With Disabilities}},
2081 volume = {42},
2082 year = {2008}
2083 }
2084 @article{chaves2006involvement,
2085 abstract = {The aim of this article is to orient those interested in adult community college student research to a wide array of discourses and theoretical tools that can help us understand the underlying complexity of the problems faced by this often-marginalized group. Reviewed are categories of theory about student involvement and engagement, student development, and adult learning that should inform how we educate adult community college students. This article concludes with a discussion of how all these theories, taken together, can improve adult education in community colleges.},
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2103 author = {Chaves, C.},
2104 doi = {10.1177/0091552106293414},
2105 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Involvement, Development, and Retention Theoretical Foundations and Potential Extensions for Adult Community College Students - Chaves.pdf:pdf},
2106 issn = {0091-5521},
2107 journal = {Community College Review},
2108 month = oct,
2109 number = {2},
2110 pages = {139--152},
2111 publisher = {Sage Publications},
2112 title = {{Involvement, Development, and Retention: Theoretical Foundations and Potential Extensions for Adult Community College Students}},
2113 volume = {34},
2114 year = {2006}
2115 }
2116 @article{Berland2007,
2117 author = {Berland, G},
2118 journal = {New England Journal of Medicine},
2119 title = {{The View from the Other Side—Patients, Doctors, and the Power of a Camera}},
2120 url = {http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMp0706823},
2121 year = {2007}
2122 }
2123 @article{seligman1967failure,
2124 author = {Seligman, M.E. and Maier, S.F.},
2125 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1967/Failure to escape traumatic shock - Seligman, Maier.pdf:pdf},
2126 issn = {0022-1015},
2127 journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology},
2128 number = {1},
2129 pages = {1--9},
2130 publisher = {Elsevier},
2131 title = {{Failure to escape traumatic shock}},
2132 volume = {74},
2133 year = {1967}
2134 }
2135 @article{Bronson1995,
2136 author = {Bronson, M. B. and Hauser-Cram, P. and Warfield, M. E.},
2137 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1995/Classroom behaviors of preschool children with and without developmental disabilities - Bronson, Hauser-Cram, Warfield.pdf:pdf},
2138 journal = {Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology},
2139 number = {3},
2140 pages = {371--390},
2141 title = {{Classroom behaviors of preschool children with and without developmental disabilities}},
2142 volume = {16},
2143 year = {1995}
2144 }
2145 @article{Wells2003,
2146 author = {Wells, T and Sandefur, Gary D. and Hogan, Dennis P.},
2147 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/What happens after the high school years among young persons with disabilities - Wells, Sandefur, Hogan.pdf:pdf},
2148 journal = {Social Forces},
2149 number = {3},
2150 pages = {802--832},
2151 title = {{What happens after the high school years among young persons with disabilities?}},
2152 url = {http://sf.oxfordjournals.org/content/82/2/803.short},
2153 volume = {82},
2154 year = {2003}
2155 }
2156 @misc{Rehabact,
2157 keywords = {Statute/Constitution},
2158 mendeley-tags = {Statute/Constitution},
2159 title = {{Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 29 U.S.C. 701}},
2160 year = {1973}
2161 }
2162 @article{Weiserbs2000,
2163 author = {Weiserbs, B. and Gottlieb, J.},
2164 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/The effect of perceived duration of physical disability on attitudes of school children toward friendship and helping - Weiserbs, Gottlieb.pdf:pdf},
2165 journal = {The Journal of psychology},
2166 number = {3},
2167 pages = {343},
2168 title = {{The effect of perceived duration of physical disability on attitudes of school children toward friendship and helping}},
2169 volume = {134},
2170 year = {2000}
2171 }
2172 @article{Thoits1986,
2173 author = {Thoits, P. A.},
2174 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1986/Social support as coping assistance - Thoits.pdf:pdf},
2175 journal = {Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology},
2176 number = {4},
2177 pages = {416},
2178 title = {{Social support as coping assistance}},
2179 volume = {54},
2180 year = {1986}
2181 }
2182 @article{dudley1998rights,
2183 author = {Dudley, A.},
2184 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/Rights to Reasonable Accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Regarded As Disabled Individuals - Dudley.pdf:pdf},
2185 journal = {Geo. Mason L. Rev.},
2186 pages = {389},
2187 publisher = {HeinOnline},
2188 title = {{Rights to Reasonable Accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Regarded As Disabled Individuals}},
2189 url = {http://heinonlinebackup.com/hol-cgi-bin/get_pdf.cgi?handle=hein.journals/gmlr7&amp;section=20},
2190 volume = {7},
2191 year = {1998}
2192 }
2193 @inproceedings{DuBrock2000,
2194 abstract = {This study explored the role of financial aid in promoting year-to-year persistence over a five-year period following reauthorization of the Higher Education Act in 1992. The study cohort included 6,711 full-time beginning freshmen in the fall 1993/1994 terms at Arizona State University. Variables examined were (1) effects of receiving any financial aid, (2) amount of financial aid, (3) amount of debt, and (4) type of debt. The study found that receipt of aid had a positive influence on persistence, although only in the second-to-third year when aided students were more than twice as likely to return; amount of aid had a significant effect in the first three years, with the odds of persisting increasing from 4 to 12 percent per $1,000 of additional aid; amount of debt has a positive and significant effect in the first three years, with a student having more than $1,000 of debt being 2 to 8 percent more likely to return; unsubsidized debt was negatively associated with persistence in each transition period, although not at a significant level. The paper concludes that the 1992 financial aid program promotes year-to-year persistence, and that the amount and type of debt assumed by students has not had a significantly negative impact on retention. (Contains 26 references.) (CH)},
2195 author = {DuBrock, Caryl Pritsker},
2196 booktitle = {AIR 2000 Annual Forum Paper},
2197 keywords = {1990},
2198 month = may,
2199 shorttitle = {Financial Aid and College Persistence},
2200 title = {{Financial Aid and College Persistence: A Five-Year Longitudinal Study of 1993 and 1994 Beginning Freshmen Students}},
2201 year = {2000}
2202 }
2203 @article{King2005,
2204 author = {King, K. E. and Arnett, P. A.},
2205 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Predictors of dyadic adjustment in multiple sclerosis - King, Arnett.pdf:pdf},
2206 journal = {Multiple Sclerosis},
2207 number = {6},
2208 pages = {700},
2209 title = {{Predictors of dyadic adjustment in multiple sclerosis}},
2210 volume = {11},
2211 year = {2005}
2212 }
2213 @book{Angrist2008,
2214 author = {Angrist, Joshua D. and Pischke, Jorn-Steffen},
2215 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Mostly Harmless Econometrics An Empiricist's Companion - Angrist, Pischke.pdf:pdf},
2216 isbn = {0691120358},
2217 keywords = {Linear Models},
2218 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
2219 pages = {392},
2220 publisher = {Princeton University Press},
2221 title = {{Mostly Harmless Econometrics: An Empiricist's Companion}},
2222 year = {2008}
2223 }
2224 @book{Hox2010,
2225 author = {Hox, Joop J.},
2226 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Multilevel Analysis Techniques and Applications, Second Edition - Hox.pdf:pdf},
2227 isbn = {1848728468},
2228 keywords = {Linear Models},
2229 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
2230 pages = {392},
2231 publisher = {Routledge Academic; 2 edition},
2232 title = {{Multilevel Analysis: Techniques and Applications, Second Edition}},
2233 year = {2010}
2234 }
2235 @article{Cudeck2003,
2236 author = {Cudeck, R. and Henly, S. J.},
2237 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/A realistic perspective on pattern representation in growth data Comment on Bauer and Curran (2003) - Cudeck, Henly.pdf:pdf},
2238 journal = {Psychological Methods},
2239 keywords = {1990},
2240 pages = {378--383},
2241 title = {{A realistic perspective on pattern representation in growth data: Comment on Bauer and Curran (2003)}},
2242 volume = {8},
2243 year = {2003}
2244 }
2245 @inproceedings{TedBraderBryceCorrigan2006,
2246 author = {Brader, Ted and Corrigan, Bryce},
2247 booktitle = {Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association},
2248 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/How the emotional tenor of ad campaigns affects political participation - Brader, Corrigan.pdf:pdf},
2249 title = {{How the emotional tenor of ad campaigns affects political participation}},
2250 year = {2006}
2251 }
2252 @article{Samuel2006,
2253 author = {Hanson, Samuel and Schuermann, Til},
2254 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Confidence intervals for probabilities of default - Hanson, Schuermann.pdf:pdf},
2255 journal = {Journal of Banking & Finance},
2256 title = {{Confidence intervals for probabilities of default}},
2257 url = {http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0378426605002128},
2258 year = {2006}
2259 }
2260 @book{Taboga,
2261 author = {Taboga, Marco},
2262 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Fundamentals of Probability - Taboga.pdf:pdf},
2263 keywords = {Probability},
2264 mendeley-tags = {Probability},
2265 title = {{Fundamentals of Probability}},
2266 year = {2010}
2267 }
2268 @article{Turton2001,
2269 author = {Turton, N.},
2270 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Welfare benefits and work disincentives - Turton.pdf:pdf},
2271 journal = {Journal of Mental Health},
2272 number = {3},
2273 pages = {285--300},
2274 title = {{Welfare benefits and work disincentives}},
2275 volume = {10},
2276 year = {2001}
2277 }
2278 @article{ma2008multivariate,
2279 author = {Ma, J. and Kockelman, K.M. and Damien, P.},
2280 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/A multivariate Poisson-lognormal regression model for prediction of crash counts by severity, using Bayesian methods - Ma, Kockelman, Damien.pdf:pdf},
2281 journal = {Accident Analysis & Prevention},
2282 number = {3},
2283 pages = {964--975},
2284 publisher = {Elsevier},
2285 title = {{A multivariate Poisson-lognormal regression model for prediction of crash counts by severity, using Bayesian methods}},
2286 url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0001457507001996},
2287 volume = {40},
2288 year = {2008}
2289 }
2290 @book{wickham2009ggplot2,
2291 author = {Wickham, H.},
2292 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/ggplot2 elegant graphics for data analysis - Wickham.pdf:pdf},
2293 isbn = {0387981403},
2294 publisher = {Springer-Verlag New York Inc},
2295 title = {ggplot2: elegant graphics for data analysis},
2296 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=F_hwtlzPXBcC&oi=fnd&pg=PA1&dq=ggplot2+Elegant+Graphics+for+Data+Analysis&ots=FsAR6nt3pJ&sig=hKqKnlY7IAhxu8yBAZty3O_rNhM},
2297 year = {2009}
2298 }
2299 @article{Hu2002,
2300 abstract = {The self-reported experiences of 50,883 undergraduates at 123 institutions were analyzed using a multinomial hierarchical model to identify individual and institutional characteristics associated with varying levels of student engagement in educationally purposeful activities. Parental education and student academic preparation were positively associated with higher levels of engagement. White students were generally less engaged than students from other racial and ethnic groups whereas men were more likely to be either disengaged or highly engaged compared with women. Students at public institutions and research universities were less engaged than their counterparts at private colleges and other institutional types. Individual student perceptions of certain aspects of the institutional environment affected engagement in complicated ways.},
2301 author = {Hu, Shouping and Kuh, George D.},
2302 doi = {10.1023/A:1020114231387},
2303 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Being (Dis)Engaged in Educationally Purposeful Activities The Influences of Student and Institutional Characteristics - Hu, Kuh.pdf:pdf},
2304 issn = {0361-0365},
2305 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
2306 number = {5},
2307 pages = {555--575},
2308 title = {{Being (Dis)Engaged in Educationally Purposeful Activities: The Influences of Student and Institutional Characteristics}},
2309 volume = {43},
2310 year = {2002}
2311 }
2312 @article{Allen1992,
2313 author = {Allen, W. R.},
2314 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1992/The color of success African-American college student outcomes at predominantly White and historically Black public colleges and universities - Allen.pdf:pdf},
2315 journal = {Harvard Educational Review},
2316 number = {1},
2317 pages = {26--44},
2318 title = {{The color of success: African-American college student outcomes at predominantly White and historically Black public colleges and universities}},
2319 volume = {62},
2320 year = {1992}
2321 }
2322 @article{Donovan1984a,
2323 author = {Donovan, R},
2324 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1984/Path analysis of a theoretical model of persistence in higher education among low-income black youth - Donovan.pdf:pdf},
2325 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
2326 title = {{Path analysis of a theoretical model of persistence in higher education among low-income black youth}},
2327 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/index/U046126196JT6860.pdf},
2328 year = {1984}
2329 }
2330 @article{Rakes2010,
2331 author = {Rakes, CR and Valentine, JC and McGatha, Maggie B. and Ronau, Robert N.},
2332 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Methods of Instructional Improvement in Algebra - Rakes et al.pdf:pdf},
2333 journal = {Review of Educational Research},
2334 number = {3},
2335 pages = {372--400},
2336 title = {{Methods of Instructional Improvement in Algebra}},
2337 volume = {80},
2338 year = {2010}
2339 }
2340 @book{LeonidB.KoralovYakovG.Sinai2007,
2341 author = {Koralov, Leonid B. and Sinai, Yakov G.},
2342 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Theory of probability and random processes - Koralov, Sinai.pdf:pdf},
2343 title = {{Theory of probability and random processes}},
2344 year = {2007}
2345 }
2346 @article{Moncrieff2006,
2347 author = {Moncrieff, J. and Cohen, D.},
2348 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Do antidepressants cure or create abnormal brain states - Moncrieff, Cohen.pdf:pdf},
2349 journal = {PLoS Medicine},
2350 number = {7},
2351 pages = {e240},
2352 title = {{Do antidepressants cure or create abnormal brain states}},
2353 volume = {3},
2354 year = {2006}
2355 }
2356 @article{Keck1994,
2357 author = {Keck, L.},
2358 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/Social Networks and Support Groups Experiences and Strategies for Managing a Chronic Disability - Keck.pdf:pdf},
2359 journal = {Anthropology of Work Review},
2360 number = {2-3},
2361 pages = {12--14},
2362 shorttitle = {Social Networks and Support Groups},
2363 title = {{Social Networks and Support Groups: Experiences and Strategies for Managing a Chronic Disability}},
2364 volume = {15},
2365 year = {1994}
2366 }
2367 @article{Doss1994,
2368 author = {Doss, H},
2369 journal = {The Annals of Statistics},
2370 title = {{Discussion: Markov chains for exploring posterior distributions}},
2371 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/2242478},
2372 year = {1994}
2373 }
2374 @article{Halpern1997,
2375 author = {Halpern, D. F.},
2376 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Sex differences in intelligence Implications for education - Halpern.pdf:pdf},
2377 journal = {American Psychologist},
2378 pages = {1091--1102},
2379 title = {{Sex differences in intelligence: Implications for education}},
2380 volume = {52},
2381 year = {1997}
2382 }
2383 @techreport{Terenzini2001,
2384 address = {New York, NY},
2385 author = {Terenzini, Patrick T. and Cabrera, Alberto F. and Bernal, EM},
2386 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Swimming against the tide The poor in American higher education - Terenzini, Cabrera, Bernal.pdf:pdf},
2387 institution = {College Entrance Examination Board},
2388 title = {{Swimming against the tide: The poor in American higher education}},
2389 url = {http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.190.2910},
2390 year = {2001}
2391 }
2392 @article{VanDerHeyden2007,
2393 author = {VanDerHeyden, A. M. and Witt, J. C. and Gilbertson, D.},
2394 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/A multi-year evaluation of the effects of a Response to Intervention (RTI) model on identification of children for special education - VanDerHeyden, Witt, Gilbertson.pdf:pdf},
2395 journal = {Journal of School Psychology},
2396 number = {2},
2397 pages = {225--256},
2398 title = {{A multi-year evaluation of the effects of a Response to Intervention (RTI) model on identification of children for special education}},
2399 volume = {45},
2400 year = {2007}
2401 }
2402 @article{Smirnov1948,
2403 author = {Smirnov, N},
2404 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1948/Table for Estimating the Goodness of Fit of Empirical Distributions - Smirnov.pdf:pdf},
2405 journal = {The Annals of Mathematical Statistics},
2406 number = {2},
2407 pages = {279--281},
2408 title = {{Table for Estimating the Goodness of Fit of Empirical Distributions}},
2409 url = {http://projecteuclid.org/euclid.aoms/1177730256},
2410 volume = {19},
2411 year = {1948}
2412 }
2413 @article{McHorney1993,
2414 author = {McHorney, C. A. and Ware, J. E. Jr and Raczek, Anastasia E.},
2415 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1993/The MOS 36-Item Short-Form Health Survey (SF-36) II. Psychometric and clinical tests of validity in measuring physical and mental health constructs - McHorney, Ware, Raczek.pdf:pdf},
2416 journal = {Medical Care},
2417 number = {3},
2418 pages = {247--263},
2419 title = {{The MOS 36-Item Short-Form Health Survey (SF-36): II. Psychometric and clinical tests of validity in measuring physical and mental health constructs}},
2420 volume = {31},
2421 year = {1993}
2422 }
2423 @article{Tucker2000,
2424 author = {Tucker, BP},
2425 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Supreme Court's Definition of Disability under the ADA A Return to the Dark Ages - Tucker.pdf:pdf},
2426 journal = {Ala. L. Rev.},
2427 title = {{Supreme Court's Definition of Disability under the ADA: A Return to the Dark Ages}},
2428 url = {http://heinonlinebackup.com/hol-cgi-bin/get_pdf.cgi?handle=hein.journals/bamalr52&amp;section=15},
2429 year = {2000}
2430 }
2431 @book{Chen2008,
2432 annote = {http://rutherglen.science.mq.edu.au/wchen/lnfycfolder/lnfyc.html},
2433 author = {Chen, WWL},
2434 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/First Year Calculus - Chen.pdf:pdf},
2435 keywords = {Mathematics},
2436 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
2437 title = {{First Year Calculus}},
2438 year = {2008}
2439 }
2440 @article{mackinnon1993estimating,
2441 author = {MacKinnon, D.P. and Dwyer, J.H.},
2442 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1993/Estimating mediated effects in prevention studies - MacKinnon, Dwyer.pdf:pdf},
2443 journal = {Evaluation Review},
2444 number = {2},
2445 pages = {144--158},
2446 publisher = {Sage Publications},
2447 title = {{Estimating mediated effects in prevention studies}},
2448 url = {http://erx.sagepub.com/content/17/2/144.short},
2449 volume = {17},
2450 year = {1993}
2451 }
2452 @article{Verkerke2002a,
2453 annote = {
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2500 author = {Verkerke, J. H.},
2501 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Is the ADA efficient - Verkerke.PDF:PDF},
2502 journal = {UCLA Law Review},
2503 pages = {903},
2504 title = {{Is the ADA efficient}},
2505 volume = {50},
2506 year = {2002}
2507 }
2508 @article{Lewy2010,
2509 author = {Lewy, Alfred},
2510 doi = {10.1210/jc.2010-1031},
2511 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Clinical implications of the melatonin phase response curve - Lewy.pdf:pdf},
2512 issn = {1945-7197},
2513 journal = {The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism},
2514 keywords = {1990},
2515 month = jul,
2516 number = {7},
2517 pages = {3158--60},
2518 pmid = {20610608},
2519 title = {{Clinical implications of the melatonin phase response curve}},
2520 url = {http://jcem.endojournals.org},
2521 volume = {95},
2522 year = {2010}
2523 }
2524 @article{Nosek2006,
2525 author = {Nosek, M. A. and Hughes, R. B. and Taylor, H. B. and Taylor, P.},
2526 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Disability, psychosocial, and demographic characteristics of abused women with physical disabilities - Nosek et al.pdf:pdf},
2527 journal = {Violence Against Women},
2528 number = {9},
2529 pages = {838},
2530 title = {{Disability, psychosocial, and demographic characteristics of abused women with physical disabilities}},
2531 volume = {12},
2532 year = {2006}
2533 }
2534 @book{bronfenbrenner1979ecology,
2535 annote = {Bronfrenbrennner has several hypotheses },
2536 author = {Bronfenbrenner, U.},
2537 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1979/The ecology of human development Experiments by nature and design - Bronfenbrenner.pdf:pdf},
2538 publisher = {Harvard University Press},
2539 title = {{The ecology of human development: Experiments by nature and design}},
2540 year = {1979}
2541 }
2542 @article{Lenth2001,
2543 author = {Lenth, R. V.},
2544 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Some practical guidelines for effective sample size determination - Lenth.pdf:pdf},
2545 journal = {The American Statistician},
2546 number = {3},
2547 pages = {187--193},
2548 title = {{Some practical guidelines for effective sample size determination}},
2549 volume = {55},
2550 year = {2001}
2551 }
2552 @book{Faraway2005,
2553 address = {Boca Raton, FL},
2554 annote = {Purchased from ebooks.com},
2555 author = {Faraway, Julian J.},
2556 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Extending the Linear Model with R Generalized Linear, Mixed Effects and Nonparametric Regression Models (Chapman & HallCRC Texts in Statistical Science) - Faraway.pdf:pdf},
2557 isbn = {158488424X},
2558 keywords = {Linear Models},
2559 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
2560 publisher = {Chapman and Hall/CRC},
2561 title = {{Extending the Linear Model with R: Generalized Linear, Mixed Effects and Nonparametric Regression Models (Chapman & Hall/CRC Texts in Statistical Science)}},
2562 year = {2005}
2563 }
2564 @article{Brett2002,
2565 author = {Brett, J.},
2566 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/The Experience of Disability from the Perspective of Parents of Children with Profound Impairment is it time for an alternative model of disability - Brett.pdf:pdf},
2567 journal = {Disability & Society},
2568 number = {7},
2569 pages = {825--843},
2570 shorttitle = {The Experience of Disability from the Perspective },
2571 title = {{The Experience of Disability from the Perspective of Parents of Children with Profound Impairment: is it time for an alternative model of disability?}},
2572 volume = {17},
2573 year = {2002}
2574 }
2575 @article{Chassin2002,
2576 author = {Chassin, L. and Pitts, S. C. and Prost, J.},
2577 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Binge drinking trajectories from adolescence to emerging adulthood in a high-risk sample Predictors and substance abuse outcomes - Chassin, Pitts, Prost.pdf:pdf},
2578 journal = {Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology},
2579 number = {1},
2580 pages = {67--78},
2581 title = {{Binge drinking trajectories from adolescence to emerging adulthood in a high-risk sample: Predictors and substance abuse outcomes}},
2582 volume = {70},
2583 year = {2002}
2584 }
2585 @book{Kuttler2010,
2586 author = {Kuttler, Kenneth},
2587 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Calculus, Applications and Theory - Kuttler.pdf:pdf},
2588 keywords = {Mathematics},
2589 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
2590 title = {{Calculus, Applications and Theory}},
2591 year = {2010}
2592 }
2593 @article{Hoff2011,
2594 author = {Hoff, P. D.},
2595 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Hierarchical multilinear models for multiway data - Hoff.pdf:pdf},
2596 journal = {Computational Statistics & Data Analysis},
2597 title = {{Hierarchical multilinear models for multiway data}},
2598 year = {2011}
2599 }
2600 @book{Banner2007,
2601 author = {Banner, AD},
2602 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/The calculus lifesaver all the tools you need to excel at calculus - Banner.pdf:pdf},
2603 keywords = {Mathematics},
2604 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
2605 title = {{The calculus lifesaver: all the tools you need to excel at calculus}},
2606 year = {2007}
2607 }
2608 @article{Guralnick1996,
2609 author = {Guralnick, M. J. and Connor, R. T. and Hammond, M. and Gottman, J. M. and Kinnish, K.},
2610 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/Immediate Effects of Mainstreamed Settings on the Social Interactions and Social Integration of Preschool Children - Guralnick et al.pdf:pdf},
2611 journal = {American Journal of Mental Retardation},
2612 pages = {359--377},
2613 title = {{Immediate Effects of Mainstreamed Settings on the Social Interactions and Social Integration of Preschool Children}},
2614 volume = {100},
2615 year = {1996}
2616 }
2617 @article{Rodkin2000,
2618 author = {Rodkin, Philip C. and Farmer, Thomas W. and Pearl, Ruth and {Van Acker}, Richard},
2619 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Heterogeneity of Popular Boys Antisocial and Prosocial Configurations - Rodkin et al.pdf:pdf},
2620 issn = {ISSN-0012-1649},
2621 journal = {Developmental Psychology},
2622 keywords = {1990},
2623 number = {1},
2624 pages = {14--24},
2625 shorttitle = {Heterogeneity of Popular Boys},
2626 title = {{Heterogeneity of Popular Boys: Antisocial and Prosocial Configurations}},
2627 volume = {36},
2628 year = {2000}
2629 }
2630 @article{Perlin2008,
2631 author = {Perlin, M. L.},
2632 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Simplify You, Classify You Stigma, Stereotypes and Civil Rights in Disability Classification Systems - Perlin.pdf:pdf},
2633 title = {{"Simplify You, Classify You": Stigma, Stereotypes and Civil Rights in Disability Classification Systems}},
2634 year = {2008}
2635 }
2636 @article{Sarason1986,
2637 author = {Sarason, I. G. and Sarason, B. R.},
2638 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1986/Experimentally provided social support - Sarason, Sarason.pdf:pdf},
2639 journal = {Journal of Personality and social Psychology},
2640 number = {6},
2641 pages = {1222--1225},
2642 title = {{Experimentally provided social support}},
2643 volume = {50},
2644 year = {1986}
2645 }
2646 @article{Yen2009,
2647 author = {Yen, C. F. and Loh, C. H. and Lin, J. D.},
2648 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Prevention of mental health problems in people with intellectual disability - Yen, Loh, Lin.pdf:pdf},
2649 journal = {Current Opinion in Psychiatry},
2650 number = {5},
2651 pages = {447},
2652 title = {{Prevention of mental health problems in people with intellectual disability}},
2653 volume = {22},
2654 year = {2009}
2655 }
2656 @article{Peterson1993a,
2657 abstract = {A study of 418 academically underprepared college students found a positive correlation between students' perceptions of their career decision-making self-efficacy and their overall social and academic adjustment to the academic environment. Further research into career decision-making self-efficacy is recommended, particularly for intervention to improve persistence. (MSE)},
2658 author = {Peterson, Shari L.},
2659 issn = {0361-0365},
2660 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
2661 keywords = {1990},
2662 number = {6},
2663 pages = {659--85},
2664 title = {{Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy and Institutional Integration of Underprepared College Students}},
2665 volume = {34},
2666 year = {1993}
2667 }
2668 @book{MacFarland2011,
2669 author = {MacFarland, TW},
2670 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Two-Way Analysis of Variance Statistical Tests and Graphics Using R - MacFarland.pdf:pdf},
2671 keywords = {Linear Models},
2672 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
2673 title = {{Two-Way Analysis of Variance: Statistical Tests and Graphics Using R}},
2674 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=nGxbnDJ9tEwC&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PR5&amp;dq=Two-Way+Analysis+of+Variance+Statistical+Tests+and+Graphics+Using+R&amp;ots=bHKBji2Ehc&amp;sig=gLSfzL_xJM_kM4Qmq1MOe2JKm84},
2675 year = {2011}
2676 }
2677 @article{Elfstrom2005,
2678 author = {Elfstr\"{o}m, M. L. and Ryd\'{e}n, A. and Kreuter, M. and Taft, C. and Sullivan, M.},
2679 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Relations between Coping Strategies and Health-Related Quality Of Life in Patients with Spinal Cord Lesion - Elfstr\"{o}m et al.pdf:pdf},
2680 journal = {Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine},
2681 number = {1},
2682 pages = {9--16},
2683 title = {{Relations between Coping Strategies and Health-Related Quality Of Life in Patients with Spinal Cord Lesion}},
2684 volume = {37},
2685 year = {2005}
2686 }
2687 @article{Ayanian1991,
2688 author = {Ayanian, J. Z. and Epstein, A. M.},
2689 journal = {New England Journal of Medicine},
2690 number = {4},
2691 pages = {221},
2692 title = {{Differences in the use of procedures between women and men hospitalized for coronary heart disease}},
2693 volume = {325},
2694 year = {1991}
2695 }
2696 @article{Burdette2005,
2697 author = {Burdette, AM},
2698 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Conservative Protestantism and Tolerance toward Homosexuals An Examination of Potential Mechanisms - Burdette.pdf:pdf},
2699 journal = {Sociological Inquiry},
2700 title = {{Conservative Protestantism and Tolerance toward Homosexuals: An Examination of Potential Mechanisms}},
2701 url = {http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/118690004/abstract},
2702 year = {2005}
2703 }
2704 @article{Porter2004,
2705 author = {Porter, Stephen R. and Whitcomb, Michael E. and Weitzer, William H.},
2706 doi = {10.1002/ir.101},
2707 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Multiple surveys of students and survey fatigue - Porter, Whitcomb, Weitzer.pdf:pdf},
2708 issn = {0271-0579},
2709 journal = {New Directions for Institutional Research},
2710 number = {121},
2711 pages = {63--73},
2712 title = {{Multiple surveys of students and survey fatigue}},
2713 url = {http://doi.wiley.com/10.1002/ir.101},
2714 volume = {2004},
2715 year = {2004}
2716 }
2717 @article{Erosheva2005,
2718 author = {Erosheva, E. A.},
2719 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Comparing latent structures of the grade of membership, rasch, and latent class models - Erosheva.pdf:pdf},
2720 journal = {Psychometrika},
2721 number = {4},
2722 pages = {619--628},
2723 title = {{Comparing latent structures of the grade of membership, rasch, and latent class models}},
2724 volume = {70},
2725 year = {2005}
2726 }
2727 @article{Chwastiak2002,
2728 author = {Chwastiak, L. and Ehde, D. M. and Gibbons, L. E. and Sullivan, M. and Bowen, J. D. and Kraft, G. H.},
2729 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Depressive Symptoms and Severity of Illness in Multiple Sclerosis Epidemiologic Study of a Large Community Sample - Chwastiak et al.pdf:pdf},
2730 journal = {American Journal of Psychiatry},
2731 number = {11},
2732 pages = {1862--1868},
2733 shorttitle = {Depressive Symptoms and Severity of Illness in Mul},
2734 title = {{Depressive Symptoms and Severity of Illness in Multiple Sclerosis: Epidemiologic Study of a Large Community Sample}},
2735 volume = {159},
2736 year = {2002}
2737 }
2738 @article{Fichten1986,
2739 author = {Fichten, C. S. and Amsel, Rhonda},
2740 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1986/Trait attributions about college students with a physical disability Circumplex analyses and methodological issues - Fichten, Amsel.pdf:pdf},
2741 journal = {Journal of Applied Social Psychology},
2742 number = {5},
2743 pages = {410--427},
2744 shorttitle = {Trait Attributions About College Students With a P},
2745 title = {{Trait attributions about college students with a physical disability: Circumplex analyses and methodological issues}},
2746 volume = {16},
2747 year = {1986}
2748 }
2749 @article{Mancini2006,
2750 author = {Mancini, A. D. and Bonanno, G. A.},
2751 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Marital closeness, functional disability, and adjustment in late life - Mancini, Bonanno.pdf:pdf},
2752 journal = {Psychology and aging},
2753 number = {3},
2754 pages = {600},
2755 title = {{Marital closeness, functional disability, and adjustment in late life}},
2756 volume = {21},
2757 year = {2006}
2758 }
2759 @article{Lacey2000,
2760 author = {Lacey, K. and Zaharia, M. D. and Griffiths, J. and Ravindran, A. V. and Merali, Z. and Anisman, H.},
2761 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/A prospective study of neuroendocrine and immune alterations associated with the stress of an oral academic examination among graduate students - Lacey et al.pdf:pdf},
2762 journal = {Psychoneuroendocrinology},
2763 number = {4},
2764 pages = {339--356},
2765 title = {{A prospective study of neuroendocrine and immune alterations associated with the stress of an oral academic examination among graduate students}},
2766 volume = {25},
2767 year = {2000}
2768 }
2769 @article{Conger1974,
2770 author = {Conger, A. J.},
2771 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1974/A revised definition for suppressor variables A guide to their identification and interpretation - Conger.pdf:pdf},
2772 journal = {Educational and Psychological Measurement},
2773 keywords = {1990},
2774 number = {1},
2775 pages = {35},
2776 title = {{A revised definition for suppressor variables: A guide to their identification and interpretation}},
2777 volume = {34},
2778 year = {1974}
2779 }
2780 @article{liua2007,
2781 author = {Liua, Junfeng and Dey, Dipak K},
2782 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Hierarchical overdispersed Poisson model with macrolevel autocorrelation - Liua, Dey.pdf:pdf},
2783 journal = {Statistical Methodology},
2784 title = {{Hierarchical overdispersed Poisson model with macrolevel autocorrelation}},
2785 year = {2007}
2786 }
2787 @article{Kaplan1958,
2788 author = {Kaplan, E. L. and Meier, P.},
2789 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1958/Nonparametric estimation from incomplete observations - Kaplan, Meier.pdf:pdf},
2790 journal = {Journal of the American statistical association},
2791 keywords = {1990},
2792 number = {282},
2793 pages = {457--481},
2794 title = {{Nonparametric estimation from incomplete observations}},
2795 volume = {53},
2796 year = {1958}
2797 }
2798 @article{nanopoulos1995theory,
2799 author = {Nanopoulos, D.},
2800 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1995/Theory of brain function, quantum mechanics and superstrings - Nanopoulos.pdf:pdf},
2801 journal = {Arxiv preprint hep-ph/9505374},
2802 title = {{Theory of brain function, quantum mechanics and superstrings}},
2803 year = {1995}
2804 }
2805 @article{Huber1981,
2806 author = {Huber, J},
2807 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1981/Partial and Semipartial Correlation-A Vector Approach - Huber.pdf:pdf},
2808 journal = {Two-Year College Mathematics Journal},
2809 title = {{Partial and Semipartial Correlation-A Vector Approach}},
2810 year = {1981}
2811 }
2812 @book{MichaelGoldsteinDavidWooff2007,
2813 author = {Goldstein, Michael and Wooff, David},
2814 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Bayes Linear Statistics Theory and Methods - Goldstein, Wooff.pdf:pdf},
2815 keywords = {Bayes,Linear Models},
2816 mendeley-tags = {Bayes,Linear Models},
2817 title = {{Bayes Linear Statistics: Theory and Methods}},
2818 year = {2007}
2819 }
2820 @article{Gughwan2001,
2821 author = {Gughwan, C.},
2822 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Korean students' differential attitudes toward people with disabilities an acculturation perspective - Gughwan.pdf:pdf},
2823 journal = {International Journal of Rehabilitation Research},
2824 number = {1},
2825 pages = {79},
2826 title = {{Korean students' differential attitudes toward people with disabilities: an acculturation perspective}},
2827 volume = {24},
2828 year = {2001}
2829 }
2830 @article{Romijn2002,
2831 author = {Romijn, H.},
2832 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Are virtual photons the elementary carriers of consciousness - Romijn.pdf:pdf},
2833 journal = {Journal of Consciousness Studies},
2834 number = {1},
2835 pages = {61--81},
2836 title = {{Are virtual photons the elementary carriers of consciousness?}},
2837 volume = {9},
2838 year = {2002}
2839 }
2840 @article{Rabow1983,
2841 author = {Rabow, Jerome and Berkman, Sherry L. and Kessler, Ronald},
2842 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1983/The Culture of Poverty and Learned Helplessness A Social Psychological Perspective - Rabow, Berkman, Kessler.pdf:pdf},
2843 issn = {0038-0245},
2844 journal = {Sociological Inquiry},
2845 month = oct,
2846 number = {4},
2847 pages = {419--434},
2848 title = {{The Culture of Poverty and Learned Helplessness: A Social Psychological Perspective}},
2849 volume = {53},
2850 year = {1983}
2851 }
2852 @article{Watson1999,
2853 address = {Edinburgh and Leeds},
2854 author = {Watson, N and Shakespeare, T. and {Burley Cunningham}, S and Barnes, C and Corker, M and Davis, J and Priestly, M},
2855 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/Life as a Disabled Child A Qualitative Study of Young People's Experiences and Perspectives - Watson et al.pdf:pdf},
2856 institution = {Universities of Edinburgh and Leeds},
2857 title = {{Life as a Disabled Child: A Qualitative Study of Young People's Experiences and Perspectives}},
2858 year = {1999}
2859 }
2860 @article{Lange1989,
2861 author = {Lange, K. L and Little, R. J.A and Taylor, J. M.G},
2862 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1989/Robust statistical modeling using the t distribution - Lange, Little, Taylor.pdf:pdf},
2863 journal = {Journal of the American Statistical Association},
2864 pages = {881--896},
2865 title = {{Robust statistical modeling using the t distribution}},
2866 year = {1989}
2867 }
2868 @book{Holland2001,
2869 address = {Cambridge, MA},
2870 author = {Holland, Dorothy and Lachicotte, William Jr and Skinner, Debra and Cain, Carole},
2871 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Identity and Agency in Cultural Worlds - Holland et al.pdf:pdf},
2872 isbn = {0674005627},
2873 month = mar,
2874 publisher = {Harvard University Press},
2875 title = {{Identity and Agency in Cultural Worlds}},
2876 year = {2001}
2877 }
2878 @article{Brazier1992,
2879 author = {Brazier, J. E. and Harper, R. and Jones, N. M. and O'cathain, A. and Thomas, K. J. and Usherwood, T. and Westlake, L.},
2880 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1992/Validating the SF-36 health survey questionnaire new outcome measure for primary care - Brazier et al.pdf:pdf},
2881 journal = {British Medical Journal},
2882 number = {6846},
2883 pages = {160--164},
2884 title = {{Validating the SF-36 health survey questionnaire: new outcome measure for primary care}},
2885 volume = {305},
2886 year = {1992}
2887 }
2888 @article{simeonsson2003applying,
2889 author = {Simeonsson, RJ and Leonardi, M. and Lollar, D. and Bjorck-Akesson, E. and Hollenweger, J. and Martinuzzi, A.},
2890 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Applying the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) to measure childhood disability - Simeonsson et al.pdf:pdf},
2891 journal = {Disability & Rehabilitation},
2892 number = {11-12},
2893 pages = {602--610},
2894 publisher = {Informa UK Ltd UK},
2895 title = {{Applying the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) to measure childhood disability}},
2896 volume = {25},
2897 year = {2003}
2898 }
2899 @article{Najib2006,
2900 author = {Najib, J.},
2901 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Eszopiclone, a Nonbenzodiazepine Sedative-Hypnotic Agent for the Treatment of Transient and Chronic Insomnia - Najib.pdf:pdf},
2902 journal = {Clinical Therapeutics},
2903 number = {4},
2904 pages = {491--516},
2905 title = {{Eszopiclone, a Nonbenzodiazepine Sedative-Hypnotic Agent for the Treatment of Transient and Chronic Insomnia}},
2906 volume = {28},
2907 year = {2006}
2908 }
2909 @article{Reid1991,
2910 author = {Reid, DH and Parsons, MB},
2911 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1991/Evaluation of components of residential treatment by Medicaid ICF-MR surveys a validity assessment - Reid, Parsons.pdf:pdf},
2912 journal = {Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis},
2913 title = {{Evaluation of components of residential treatment by Medicaid ICF-MR surveys: a validity assessment}},
2914 url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1279574/},
2915 year = {1991}
2916 }
2917 @article{Adams1997,
2918 abstract = {Although theoretical statements regarding the conceptualization of marital commitment abound in the literature, no research has attempted to compare these conceptualizations empirically. Six studies involving 1,787 participants explored the conceptual structure of marital commitment through a variety of empirical methods. Results suggested the existence of 3 primary dimensions of marital commitment: an attraction component based on devotion, satisfaction, and love, a moral normative component based on a sense of personal responsibility for maintaining the marriage and on the belief that marriage is an important social and religious institution, and a constraining component based on fear of the social, financial, and emotional costs of relationship termination. These factors most strongly resemble the three dimensions proposed by M. P. Johnson (1991) but also appear to represent the general features of interpersonal commitment described in most theoretical treatments of the construct and correspond well with couples' personal accounts of what it feels like to be in a committed relationship. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved). (from the journal abstract)},
2919 author = {Adams, Jeffrey M. and Jones, Warren H.},
2920 doi = {10.1037/0022-3514.72.5.1177},
2921 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/The conceptualization of marital commitment An integrative analysis - Adams, Jones.pdf:pdf},
2922 issn = {0022-3514},
2923 journal = {Journal of Personality and Social Psychology},
2924 keywords = {1990},
2925 month = may,
2926 number = {5},
2927 pages = {1177--1196},
2928 shorttitle = {The conceptualization of marital commitment},
2929 title = {{The conceptualization of marital commitment: An integrative analysis}},
2930 url = {http://offcampus.lib.washington.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=pdh&AN=psp-72-5-1177&site=ehost-live},
2931 volume = {72},
2932 year = {1997}
2933 }
2934 @book{Davidson2010,
2935 address = {New York, NY},
2936 author = {Davidson, Kenneth R. and Donsig, Allan P.},
2937 doi = {10.1007/978-0-387-98098-0},
2938 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Real Analysis and Applications - Davidson, Donsig.pdf:pdf},
2939 isbn = {978-0-387-98097-3},
2940 keywords = {Mathematics},
2941 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
2942 publisher = {Springer New York},
2943 series = {Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics},
2944 title = {{Real Analysis and Applications}},
2945 year = {2010}
2946 }
2947 @article{stodden2001current,
2948 author = {Stodden, R.A. and Whelley, T. and Chang, C. and Harding, T.},
2949 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Current status of educational support provision to students with disabilities in postsecondary education - Stodden et al.pdf:pdf},
2950 journal = {Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation},
2951 number = {3/4},
2952 pages = {189--198},
2953 publisher = {IOS Press},
2954 title = {{Current status of educational support provision to students with disabilities in postsecondary education}},
2955 volume = {16},
2956 year = {2001}
2957 }
2958 @article{Arab2008,
2959 author = {Arab, Ali and Wildhaber, Mark L. and Wikle, Christopher K. and Gentry, Casey N.},
2960 doi = {10.1577/M06-250.1},
2961 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Zero-Inflated Modeling of Fish Catch per Unit Area Resulting from Multiple Gears Application to Channel Catfish and Shovelnose Sturgeon in the Missouri River - Arab et al.pdf:pdf},
2962 issn = {0275-5947},
2963 journal = {North American Journal of Fisheries Management},
2964 keywords = {1990},
2965 month = aug,
2966 number = {4},
2967 pages = {1044--1058},
2968 publisher = {Taylor & Francis},
2969 title = {{Zero-Inflated Modeling of Fish Catch per Unit Area Resulting from Multiple Gears: Application to Channel Catfish and Shovelnose Sturgeon in the Missouri River}},
2970 url = {http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content$\sim$db=all$\sim$content=a932051454},
2971 volume = {28},
2972 year = {2008}
2973 }
2974 @article{Benedict2005,
2975 author = {Benedict, R. H. B. and Wahlig, E. and Bakshi, R. and Fishman, I. and Munschauer, F. and Zivadinov, R. and Weinstock-Guttman, B.},
2976 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Predicting quality of life in multiple sclerosis accounting for physical disability, fatigue, cognition, mood disorder, personality, and behavior change - Benedict et al.pdf:pdf},
2977 journal = {Journal of the Neurological Sciences},
2978 number = {1-2},
2979 pages = {29--34},
2980 shorttitle = {Predicting quality of life in multiple sclerosis},
2981 title = {{Predicting quality of life in multiple sclerosis: accounting for physical disability, fatigue, cognition, mood disorder, personality, and behavior change}},
2982 volume = {231},
2983 year = {2005}
2984 }
2985 @misc{Adolph,
2986 annote = {Notes from Autumn 2009 Maximum Likelihood Methods for the Social Sciences, CS&SS 510, notes mixed and updated from 2011 class.},
2987 author = {Adolph, Christopher},
2988 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Maximum Likelihood Methods for the Social Sciences - Adolph.pdf:pdf},
2989 keywords = {Linear Models,Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
2990 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models,Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
2991 title = {{Maximum Likelihood Methods for the Social Sciences}},
2992 year = {2011}
2993 }
2994 @article{Shalit1997,
2995 author = {Shalit, R},
2996 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Defining disability down - Shalit.pdf:pdf},
2997 journal = {New Republic},
2998 title = {{Defining disability down}},
2999 url = {http://media.hoover.org/sites/default/files/documents/0817928723_239.pdf},
3000 year = {1997}
3001 }
3002 @book{henderson1995college,
3003 address = {Washington, D.C.},
3004 author = {Henderson, C.},
3005 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1995/College Freshmen with Disabilities A Triennial Statistical Profile - Henderson.pdf:pdf},
3006 institution = {American Council on Education, HEATH Resource Center},
3007 publisher = {American Council on Education, HEATH Resource Center},
3008 title = {{College Freshmen with Disabilities: A Triennial Statistical Profile}},
3009 year = {1995}
3010 }
3011 @article{Mutz2002,
3012 author = {Mutz, DC},
3013 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/The consequences of cross-cutting networks for political participation - Mutz.pdf:pdf},
3014 journal = {American Journal of Political Science},
3015 title = {{The consequences of cross-cutting networks for political participation}},
3016 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/3088437},
3017 year = {2002}
3018 }
3019 @misc{TheMendeleySupportTeam2011,
3020 abstract = {A quick introduction to Mendeley. Learn how Mendeley creates your personal digital library, how to organize and annotate documents, how to collaborate and share with colleagues, and how to generate citations and bibliographies.},
3021 address = {London},
3022 author = {{The Mendeley Support Team}},
3023 booktitle = {Mendeley Desktop},
3024 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Getting Started with Mendeley - The Mendeley Support Team.pdf:pdf},
3025 keywords = {1990},
3026 pages = {1--16},
3027 publisher = {Mendeley Ltd.},
3028 title = {{Getting Started with Mendeley}},
3029 url = {http://www.mendeley.com},
3030 year = {2011}
3031 }
3032 @article{Splawa-Neyman1990,
3033 author = {Splawa-Neyman, J. and Dabrowska, D. M. and Speed, T. P.},
3034 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1990/On the application of probability theory to agricultural experiments - Splawa-Neyman, Dabrowska, Speed.pdf:pdf},
3035 journal = {Statistical Science},
3036 number = {4},
3037 pages = {465--472},
3038 title = {{On the application of probability theory to agricultural experiments}},
3039 volume = {5},
3040 year = {1990}
3041 }
3042 @article{Tanaka2002,
3043 author = {Tanaka, G},
3044 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Higher education's self-reflexive turn Toward an intercultural theory of student development - Tanaka.pdf:pdf},
3045 journal = {Journal of Higher Education},
3046 title = {{Higher education's self-reflexive turn: Toward an intercultural theory of student development}},
3047 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/1558412},
3048 year = {2002}
3049 }
3050 @article{Bonanno2005a,
3051 author = {Bonanno, G. A. and Moskowitz, J. T. and Papa, A. and Folkman, S.},
3052 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Resilience to loss in bereaved spouses, bereaved parents, and bereaved gay men - Bonanno et al.pdf:pdf},
3053 journal = {Journal of Personality and Social Psychology},
3054 number = {5},
3055 pages = {827--843},
3056 title = {{Resilience to loss in bereaved spouses, bereaved parents, and bereaved gay men}},
3057 volume = {88},
3058 year = {2005}
3059 }
3060 @article{Longoria2006,
3061 abstract = {Available studies with preschoolers suggest that even at an early age, children without disabilities have formulated certain beliefs about those with disabilities. The current pilot study explores the perceptions of primarily 8-12 year old Mexican-American children in relation to viewing a photograph of a child in a wheelchair versus a child sitting in a kitchen chair. Quantitative results indicated that respondents generally expressed optimistic attitudes regarding the child in the wheelchair's future in relation to work, attending college, marrying and having a family. The child in the wheelchair was also perceived as happy but having fewer friends. Qualitative responses centered around the child in a wheelchair's perceived preoccupation with being in a wheelchair and wanting to walk. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] Copyright of Journal of Rehabilitation is the property of National Rehabilitation Association and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. (Copyright applies to all Abstracts)},
3062 author = {Longoria, Leonel and Marini, Irmo},
3063 doi = {Article},
3064 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Perceptions of Children's Attitudes towards Peers with a Severe Physical Disability - Longoria, Marini.pdf:pdf},
3065 issn = {00224154},
3066 journal = {Journal of Rehabilitation},
3067 keywords = {1990},
3068 month = jul,
3069 number = {3},
3070 pages = {19--25},
3071 title = {{Perceptions of Children's Attitudes towards Peers with a Severe Physical Disability}},
3072 url = {http://offcampus.lib.washington.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=hch&AN=22337374&site=ehost-live},
3073 volume = {72},
3074 year = {2006}
3075 }
3076 @article{Hameroff1994,
3077 author = {Hameroff, S. R.},
3078 journal = {Journal of Consciousness Studies},
3079 number = {1},
3080 pages = {91--118},
3081 title = {{Quantum coherence in microtubules: A neural basis for emergent consciousness?}},
3082 volume = {1},
3083 year = {1994}
3084 }
3085 @article{Pfeiffer2000,
3086 author = {Pfeiffer, David},
3087 doi = {10.1080/713662020},
3088 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/The Devils are in the Details The ICIDH2 and the disability movement - Pfeiffer.pdf:pdf},
3089 issn = {0968-7599},
3090 journal = {Disability & Society},
3091 month = dec,
3092 number = {7},
3093 pages = {1079--1082},
3094 publisher = {Routledge},
3095 title = {{The Devils are in the Details: The ICIDH2 and the disability movement}},
3096 volume = {15},
3097 year = {2000}
3098 }
3099 @article{Hoff2009a,
3100 author = {Hoff, PD},
3101 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/A hierarchical eigenmodel for pooled covariance estimation - Hoff.pdf:pdf},
3102 journal = {Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology)},
3103 title = {{A hierarchical eigenmodel for pooled covariance estimation}},
3104 url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-9868.2009.00716.x/full},
3105 year = {2009}
3106 }
3107 @article{Junco2011,
3108 abstract = {College students use information and communication technologies at much higher levels and in different ways than prior generations. They are also more likely to multitask while using information and communication technologies. However, few studies have examined the impacts of multitasking on educational outcomes among students. This study fills a gap in this area by utilizing a large-sample web-based survey of college student technology usage to examine how instant messaging and multitasking affect perceived educational outcomes. Since multitasking can impede the learning process through a form of information overload, we explore possible predictors of academic impairment due to multitasking. Results of this study suggest that college students use instant messaging at high levels, they multitask while using instant messaging, and over half report that instant messaging has had a detrimental effect on their schoolwork. Higher levels of instant messaging and specific types of multitasking activities are associated with students reporting not getting schoolwork done due to instant messaging. We discuss implications of these findings for researchers studying the social impacts of technology and those in higher education administration.},
3109 author = {Junco, Reynol and Cotten, Shelia R.},
3110 doi = {10.1016/j.compedu.2010.08.020},
3111 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Perceived academic effects of instant messaging use - Junco, Cotten.pdf:pdf},
3112 issn = {03601315},
3113 journal = {Computers & Education},
3114 keywords = {1990},
3115 month = feb,
3116 number = {2},
3117 pages = {370--378},
3118 title = {{Perceived academic effects of instant messaging use}},
3119 url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.compedu.2010.08.020},
3120 volume = {56},
3121 year = {2011}
3122 }
3123 @article{Stijnen2010,
3124 abstract = {We consider random effects meta-analysis where the outcome variable is the occurrence of some event of interest. The data structures handled are where one has one or more groups in each study, and in each group either the number of subjects with and without the event, or the number of events and the total duration of follow-up is available. Traditionally, the meta-analysis follows the summary measures approach based on the estimates of the outcome measure(s) and the corresponding standard error(s). This approach assumes an approximate normal within-study likelihood and treats the standard errors as known. This approach has several potential disadvantages, such as not accounting for the standard errors being estimated, not accounting for correlation between the estimate and the standard error, the use of an (arbitrary) continuity correction in case of zero events, and the normal approximation being bad in studies with few events. We show that these problems can be overcome in most cases occurring in practice by replacing the approximate normal within-study likelihood by the appropriate exact likelihood. This leads to a generalized linear mixed model that can be fitted in standard statistical software. For instance, in the case of odds ratio meta-analysis, one can use the non-central hypergeometric distribution likelihood leading to mixed-effects conditional logistic regression. For incidence rate ratio meta-analysis, it leads to random effects logistic regression with an offset variable. We also present bivariate and multivariate extensions. We present a number of examples, especially with rare events, among which an example of network meta-analysis.},
3125 author = {Stijnen, Theo and Hamza, Taye H and Ozdemir, Pinar},
3126 institution = {Department of Medical Statistics and Bioinformatics, Leiden University Medical Center, P. O. Box 9600, The Netherlands.},
3127 journal = {Statistics in Medicine},
3128 number = {29},
3129 pages = {3046--3067},
3130 pmid = {20827667},
3131 title = {{Random effects meta-analysis of event outcome in the framework of the generalized linear mixed model with applications in sparse data}},
3132 url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20963748},
3133 volume = {29},
3134 year = {2010}
3135 }
3136 @article{madaus2005navigating,
3137 author = {Madaus, J.W.},
3138 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Navigating the college transition maze A guide for students with learning disabilities - Madaus.pdf:pdf},
3139 journal = {Teaching Exceptional Children},
3140 number = {3},
3141 pages = {32--37},
3142 title = {{Navigating the college transition maze: A guide for students with learning disabilities}},
3143 volume = {37},
3144 year = {2005}
3145 }
3146 @article{Fichten1991,
3147 author = {Fichten, C. S. and Robillard, K and Tagalakis, V and Amsel, Rhonda},
3148 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1991/Casual interaction between college students with various disabilities and their nondisabled peers The internal dialogue - Fichten et al.pdf:pdf},
3149 journal = {Rehabilitation Psychology},
3150 number = {1},
3151 pages = {3--20},
3152 shorttitle = {Fichten, CS., Robillard, K., Tagalakis, V.. & Amse},
3153 title = {{Casual interaction between college students with various disabilities and their nondisabled peers: The internal dialogue}},
3154 volume = {36},
3155 year = {1991}
3156 }
3157 @article{Brady1995,
3158 annote = {·         What is the article about? Time and money is a resource, from money to time to participate. Civic skills are important, as they will determine how well they participate politically. This was measured by how many times in organizations or churches they participated in a political act. 
3159 ·         In the literature review and/or conceptual framework, how do authors talk about the relationship between political participation/orientation and life course experiences, and/or the relationship between political participation/orientation and college experiences?
3160         
3161 ·         What interesting thoughts or assertions did authors make in literature review or discussion that we can use in our paper? (e.g., “the need to promote political participation is essential for our democracy,” “those who do not participate politically are likely to have a highly undemocratic view of the world”) Think about things we can use for fodder. More than just SES, 
3162 ·         What variables or concepts relate to political participation?
3163         
3164 ·         What are the research questions of the study? Do free time, church attendance, college degree and such affect political participation. 
3165 ·         What data was used or collected? From citizen participation study 
3166 ·         What methodologies were employed? 2 stage least squares 
3167 ·         IF SEM, describe model they intend to estimate
3168         
3169 ·         What findings were relevant to understanding political participation? It takes into account free time, church attendance and other factors which influence participation. 
3170 ·         What interesting things stated in the discussion can we use for our paper. Make sure you cite everything. 
3171         
3172 ·         List citations of other studies that authors reference of regarding the relationship between political participation/orientation and/or the relationship between life course experiences, and/or political participation and college experiences?
3173       },
3174 author = {Brady, H.E. and Verba, S. and Schlozman, K.L.},
3175 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1995/Beyond SES A resource model of political participation - Brady, Verba, Schlozman.pdf:pdf},
3176 journal = {American Political Science Review},
3177 pages = {271--294},
3178 shorttitle = {Beyond SES},
3179 title = {{Beyond SES: A resource model of political participation}},
3180 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/2082425},
3181 year = {1995}
3182 }
3183 @article{Robbins2009a,
3184 author = {Robbins, SB and Oh, IS},
3185 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Intervention effects on college performance and retention as mediated by motivational, emotional, and social control factors Integrated meta-analytic path analyses - Robbins, Oh.pdf:pdf},
3186 journal = {Journal of Applied Psychology},
3187 title = {{Intervention effects on college performance and retention as mediated by motivational, emotional, and social control factors: Integrated meta-analytic path analyses}},
3188 url = {http://psycnet.apa.org/?fa=main.doiLanding&amp;doi=10.1037/a0015738},
3189 year = {2009}
3190 }
3191 @misc{toyota,
3192 keywords = {Court Case},
3193 mendeley-tags = {Court Case},
3194 title = {{Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. v. Williams. 534 U.S. 184}},
3195 year = {2002}
3196 }
3197 @book{Bisacre1922,
3198 author = {Bisacre, FFP},
3199 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1922/Applied calculus an introductory textbook - Bisacre.pdf:pdf},
3200 keywords = {Mathematics},
3201 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
3202 title = {{Applied calculus: an introductory textbook}},
3203 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=1uISAQAAMAAJ&oi=fnd&pg=PR15&dq=f+f+p+bisacre&ots=87tifqzZE2&sig=Q2_T7Q24CevjGJ4WgBj1lTp1Fkk},
3204 year = {1922}
3205 }
3206 @article{Chib2012,
3207 author = {Chib, Siddhartha and Greenberg, Edward},
3208 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1995/Understanding the Metropolis-Hastings Algorithm - Chib, Greenberg.pdf:pdf},
3209 journal = {American Statistician},
3210 number = {4},
3211 pages = {327--335},
3212 title = {{Understanding the Metropolis-Hastings Algorithm}},
3213 volume = {49},
3214 year = {1995}
3215 }
3216 @techreport{kachman2008introduction,
3217 annote = {Department of Biometry, University of Nebraska Lincoln http://statistics. unl. edu/faculty/steve/glmm/paper. pdf Stand vom},
3218 author = {Kachman, S.D.},
3219 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/An introduction to generalized linear mixed models - Kachman.pdf:pdf},
3220 title = {{An introduction to generalized linear mixed models}},
3221 url = {http://statistics.unl.edu/Faculty/Steve/glmm/paper.pdf},
3222 year = {2008}
3223 }
3224 @article{Johnston1996,
3225 author = {Johnston, M.},
3226 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/Models of disability - Johnston.pdf:pdf},
3227 journal = {Physiotherapy Theory and Practice},
3228 number = {3},
3229 pages = {131--141},
3230 title = {{Models of disability}},
3231 volume = {12},
3232 year = {1996}
3233 }
3234 @article{Coyne1986,
3235 author = {Coyne, J. C. and DeLongis, A.},
3236 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1986/Going beyond social support The role of social relationships in adaptation - Coyne, DeLongis.pdf:pdf},
3237 journal = {Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology},
3238 number = {4},
3239 pages = {454--460},
3240 shorttitle = {Going beyond social support},
3241 title = {{Going beyond social support: The role of social relationships in adaptation}},
3242 volume = {54},
3243 year = {1986}
3244 }
3245 @article{Sherman2004,
3246 author = {Sherman, J. E. and DeVinney, D. J. and Sperling, K. B.},
3247 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Social support and adjustment after spinal cord injury Influence of past peer-mentoring experiences and current live-in partner - Sherman, DeVinney, Sperling.pdf:pdf},
3248 journal = {Rehabilitation Psychology},
3249 number = {2},
3250 pages = {140--149},
3251 shorttitle = {Social Support and Adjustment After Spinal Cord In},
3252 title = {{Social support and adjustment after spinal cord injury: Influence of past peer-mentoring experiences and current live-in partner}},
3253 volume = {49},
3254 year = {2004}
3255 }
3256 @article{schreiber2006reporting,
3257 author = {Schreiber, J.B. and Nora, A. and Stage, F.K. and Barlow, E.A. and King, J.},
3258 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Reporting structural equation modeling and confirmatory factor analysis results A review - Schreiber et al.pdf:pdf},
3259 journal = {The Journal of Educational Research},
3260 number = {6},
3261 pages = {323--338},
3262 publisher = {Heldref Publications},
3263 title = {{Reporting structural equation modeling and confirmatory factor analysis results: A review}},
3264 url = {http://heldref-publications.metapress.com/index/c256m70841uu1114.pdf},
3265 volume = {99},
3266 year = {2006}
3267 }
3268 @article{Chapman1983,
3269 abstract = {This study extended earlier research based on Tinto's 1975 model of student college attrition by investigating patterns of student social and academic integration across institutional types. This study found that different college types were characterized by different patterns of student participation in the social and academic life of the college. Personal characteristics and overall climate associated with each institutional type explained statistically significant but modest amounts of the variance in student participation in specific campus activities that help define campus life. Moreover, several personal characteristics were related to students' campus behavior differently across institutional types. Findings are discussed in terms of their implications for student recruitment and retention.},
3270 author = {Chapman, David W. and Pascarella, Ernest T.},
3271 doi = {10.1007/BF00976509},
3272 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1983/Predictors of academic and social integration of college students - Chapman, Pascarella.pdf:pdf},
3273 issn = {0361-0365},
3274 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
3275 keywords = {1990},
3276 month = sep,
3277 number = {3},
3278 pages = {295--322},
3279 title = {{Predictors of academic and social integration of college students}},
3280 volume = {19},
3281 year = {1983}
3282 }
3283 @article{Geuze2007,
3284 author = {Geuze, E. and Westenberg, H. G. M. and Jochims, A. and de Kloet, C. S. and Bohus, M. and Vermetten, E. and Schmahl, C.},
3285 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Altered Pain Processing in Veterans With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder - Geuze et al.pdf:pdf},
3286 journal = {Archives of General Psychiatry},
3287 number = {1},
3288 pages = {76},
3289 title = {{Altered Pain Processing in Veterans With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder}},
3290 volume = {64},
3291 year = {2007}
3292 }
3293 @article{Rosen1994,
3294 author = {Rosen, D. S.},
3295 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/Transition from pediatric to adult-oriented health care for the adolescent with chronic illness or disability - Rosen.pdf:pdf},
3296 journal = {Adolescent medicine},
3297 number = {2},
3298 pages = {241},
3299 title = {{Transition from pediatric to adult-oriented health care for the adolescent with chronic illness or disability}},
3300 volume = {5},
3301 year = {1994}
3302 }
3303 @article{Fotouhi2003,
3304 author = {Fotouhi, AR},
3305 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Comparisons of estimation procedures for nonlinear multilevel models - Fotouhi.pdf:pdf},
3306 journal = {Journal of Statistical Software},
3307 title = {{Comparisons of estimation procedures for nonlinear multilevel models}},
3308 year = {2003}
3309 }
3310 @article{blackorby1996longitudinal,
3311 annote = {
3312         From Duplicate 2 ( 
3313         
3314         
3315           Longitudinal postschool outcomes of youth with disabilities: Findings from the National Longitudinal Transition Study.
3316         
3317         
3318          - Blackorby, J.; Wagner, M. )
3319 And  Duplicate 3 ( 
3320         
3321         
3322           Longitudinal Postschool Outcomes of Youth with Disabilities: Findings from the National Longitudinal Transition Study
3323         
3324         
3325          - Blackorby, J.; Wagner, M. )
3326 
3327         
3328         
3329 
3330         
3331 
3332         
3333 
3334       },
3335 author = {Blackorby, J. and Wagner, M.},
3336 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/Longitudinal Postschool Outcomes of Youth with Disabilities Findings from the National Longitudinal Transition Study - Blackorby, Wagner.pdf:pdf},
3337 journal = {Exceptional Children},
3338 number = {5},
3339 pages = {399--413},
3340 title = {{Longitudinal Postschool Outcomes of Youth with Disabilities: Findings from the National Longitudinal Transition Study}},
3341 url = {http://www.nytransition.org/resources/force_download/424/mary_wagner.pdf},
3342 volume = {62},
3343 year = {1996}
3344 }
3345 @article{huang2008severity,
3346 author = {Huang, H. and Chin, H.C. and Haque, M.},
3347 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Severity of driver injury and vehicle damage in traffic crashes at intersections A Bayesian hierarchical analysis - Huang, Chin, Haque.pdf:pdf},
3348 journal = {Accident Analysis & Prevention},
3349 number = {1},
3350 pages = {45--54},
3351 publisher = {Elsevier},
3352 title = {{Severity of driver injury and vehicle damage in traffic crashes at intersections: A Bayesian hierarchical analysis}},
3353 volume = {40},
3354 year = {2008}
3355 }
3356 @article{Kauffman2009,
3357 author = {Kauffman, J. M. and Hung, L. Y.},
3358 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Special education for intellectual disability current trends and perspectives - Kauffman, Hung.pdf:pdf},
3359 journal = {Current Opinion in Psychiatry},
3360 number = {5},
3361 pages = {452},
3362 title = {{Special education for intellectual disability: current trends and perspectives}},
3363 volume = {22},
3364 year = {2009}
3365 }
3366 @article{Jorgensen2005,
3367 author = {Jorgensen, Shirley and Fichten, Catherine S and Lamb, Daniel and Barile, Maria},
3368 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Academic Performance of College Students With and Without Disabilities An Archival Study - Jorgensen et al.pdf:pdf},
3369 journal = {Canadian Journal of Counselling},
3370 pages = {101--117},
3371 title = {{Academic Performance of College Students With and Without Disabilities: An Archival Study}},
3372 volume = {39},
3373 year = {2005}
3374 }
3375 @book{Pistone2001,
3376 author = {Pistone, G},
3377 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Algebraic statistics computational commutative algebra in statistics - Pistone.pdf:pdf},
3378 keywords = {Matrix Algebra},
3379 mendeley-tags = {Matrix Algebra},
3380 title = {{Algebraic statistics: computational commutative algebra in statistics}},
3381 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=3xYJLWR0K-4C&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PR9&amp;dq=Algebraic+Statistics+GIOVANNI+PISTONE+EVA+RICCOMAGNO+HENRY+P.+WYNN+Computational+Commutative+Algebra+in+Statistics&amp;ots=ZHSb2tpxkP&amp;sig=0vUO0b2GnAYhCT9alYoSHFBPMWw},
3382 year = {2001}
3383 }
3384 @article{jennings1965matrix,
3385 author = {Jennings, E.},
3386 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1965/Matrix formulas for part and partial correlation - Jennings.pdf:pdf},
3387 journal = {Psychometrika},
3388 number = {3},
3389 pages = {353--356},
3390 publisher = {Springer},
3391 title = {{Matrix formulas for part and partial correlation}},
3392 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/index/q301434015w26v38.pdf},
3393 volume = {30},
3394 year = {1965}
3395 }
3396 @article{Beh-Pajooh2008,
3397 author = {Beh-Pajooh, A.},
3398 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/The effect of social contact on college students' attitudes toward severely handicapped students and their educational integration - Beh-Pajooh.pdf:pdf},
3399 journal = {Journal of Intellectual Disability Research},
3400 number = {4},
3401 pages = {339--352},
3402 title = {{The effect of social contact on college students' attitudes toward severely handicapped students and their educational integration}},
3403 volume = {35},
3404 year = {2008}
3405 }
3406 @article{Vanderbilt2008,
3407 author = {Kam, Cindy D. and Palmer, Carl L.},
3408 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Reconsidering the effects of education on political participation - Kam, Palmer.pdf:pdf},
3409 journal = {The Journal of Politics},
3410 number = {3},
3411 pages = {612--631},
3412 title = {{Reconsidering the effects of education on political participation}},
3413 url = {http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0022381608080651},
3414 volume = {70},
3415 year = {2008}
3416 }
3417 @article{reason2006first,
3418 author = {Reason, R.D. and Terenzini, Patrick T. and Domingo, R.J.},
3419 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/First Things First Developing Academic Competence in the First Year of College - Reason, Terenzini, Domingo.pdf:pdf},
3420 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
3421 number = {2},
3422 pages = {149--175},
3423 publisher = {Springer},
3424 title = {{First Things First: Developing Academic Competence in the First Year of College}},
3425 volume = {47},
3426 year = {2006}
3427 }
3428 @article{King2000a,
3429 author = {King, G. A. and Cathers, T. and Polgar, J. M. and MacKinnon, E. and Havens, L.},
3430 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Success in life for older adolescents with cerebral palsy - King et al.pdf:pdf},
3431 journal = {Qualitative Health Research},
3432 number = {6},
3433 pages = {734},
3434 title = {{Success in life for older adolescents with cerebral palsy}},
3435 volume = {10},
3436 year = {2000}
3437 }
3438 @article{Harry2002,
3439 author = {Harry, B.},
3440 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Trends and Issues in Serving Culturally Diverse Families of Children with Disabilities - Harry.pdf:pdf},
3441 journal = {The Journal of Special Education},
3442 number = {3},
3443 pages = {132--140},
3444 title = {{Trends and Issues in Serving Culturally Diverse Families of Children with Disabilities}},
3445 volume = {36},
3446 year = {2002}
3447 }
3448 @article{Savage1972,
3449 author = {Savage, LJ},
3450 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1972/The foundations of statistics - Savage.pdf:pdf},
3451 title = {{The foundations of statistics}},
3452 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=zSv6dBWneMEC&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PA1&amp;dq=On+the+Mathematical+Foundations+of+Theoretical+Statistics+&amp;ots=XD-jMRAYZF&amp;sig=YJ4MVcEVMxEdN2JtJK8FCUf_urs},
3453 year = {1972}
3454 }
3455 @article{Gbur2001,
3456 author = {Gbur, G. and Visser, T. D. and Wolf, E.},
3457 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Anomalous Behavior of Spectra near Phase Singularities of Focused Waves - Gbur, Visser, Wolf.pdf:pdf},
3458 journal = {Physical Review Letters},
3459 number = {1},
3460 pages = {13901},
3461 title = {{Anomalous Behavior of Spectra near Phase Singularities of Focused Waves}},
3462 volume = {88},
3463 year = {2001}
3464 }
3465 @article{Gallo1994,
3466 author = {Gallo, J. J. and Anthony, J. C. and Muthen, B. O.},
3467 journal = {The Journal of Gerontology},
3468 number = {6},
3469 pages = {P251},
3470 title = {{Age differences in the symptoms of depression: A latent trait analysis}},
3471 volume = {49},
3472 year = {1994}
3473 }
3474 @article{Cronbach1955,
3475 author = {Cronbach, L. J. and Meehl, P. E.},
3476 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1955/Construct validity in psychological tests - Cronbach, Meehl.pdf:pdf},
3477 journal = {Psychological Bulletin},
3478 number = {4},
3479 pages = {281--302},
3480 title = {{Construct validity in psychological tests}},
3481 volume = {52},
3482 year = {1955}
3483 }
3484 @article{lee2003decade,
3485 author = {Lee, B.A.},
3486 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/A Decade of the Americans with Disabilities Act Judicial Outcomes and Unresolved Problems - Lee.pdf:pdf},
3487 journal = {Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society},
3488 number = {1},
3489 pages = {11--30},
3490 publisher = {Wiley Online Library},
3491 title = {{A Decade of the Americans with Disabilities Act: Judicial Outcomes and Unresolved Problems}},
3492 url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1468-232X.00274/full},
3493 volume = {42},
3494 year = {2003}
3495 }
3496 @article{Cate2000,
3497 author = {Cate, IMPT and GMP, IL},
3498 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Experiences of siblings of children with physical disabilities an empirical investigation - Cate, GMP.pdf:pdf},
3499 journal = {Disability & Rehabilitation},
3500 number = {9},
3501 pages = {399--408},
3502 shorttitle = {Experiences of siblings of children with physical},
3503 title = {{Experiences of siblings of children with physical disabilities: an empirical investigation}},
3504 volume = {22},
3505 year = {2000}
3506 }
3507 @article{Allen1987,
3508 abstract = {A study was conducted to investigate the validity of Tinto's model of college withdrawal in a public four-year college and a private two-year institution. The model consists of six sets of variables in a causal sequence; i.e., background characteristics, initial goal and institutional commitment, academic and social integration, subsequent goal and institutional commitment, intention to persist or withdraw, and persistence/withdrawal behavior. Data for the study were collected during the 1986-87 and 1987-88 academic years from 400 randomly selected, full-time, white, female, residential freshmen. The students were surveyed regarding their interactions with peers, faculty, and the institution, and regarding the educational goal commitments that resulted from integration into the social and academic systems of the institution. Additional information on student background characteristics were supplied by the schools. Study findings, based on responses from 165 (83%) of the junior college students and 100 (51%) of the university students, included the following: (1) in the pooled sample, persistence was directly affected only by intention, though both institutional commitment and social integration had indirect effects on persistence; (2) in both samples, background characteristics played a minimal role in predicting persistence/withdrawal behavior, which was consistent with Tinto's model; (3) at the private institution, academic integration was seen to have a direct negative effect on academic persistence; and (4) institutional commitment was strongly linked to social integration, but, contrary to theoretical expectations, goal commitment was not associated with academic integration. (AAC)},
3509 author = {Allen, David F. and Nelson, Joan M.},
3510 journal = {Journal of Research and Development in Education},
3511 keywords = {1990},
3512 number = {3},
3513 pages = {1--11},
3514 title = {{Tinto's Model of College Withdrawal Applied to Women in Two Institutions}},
3515 volume = {22},
3516 year = {1987}
3517 }
3518 @book{Gentle2009a,
3519 annote = {http://mason.gmu.edu/$\sim$jgentle/},
3520 author = {Gentle, James E.},
3521 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/A Companion for Mathematical Statistics - Gentle.pdf:pdf},
3522 keywords = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
3523 mendeley-tags = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
3524 title = {{A Companion for Mathematical Statistics}},
3525 year = {2009}
3526 }
3527 @book{cad2001international,
3528 address = {Geneva, Switzerland},
3529 annote = {the ICF not only takes into account the medical manifestations of a disability but also the limitations it places on the ability to function. There are four key definitions within the ICF; activity, participation, activity limitations and participation restrictions. an activty is an execution of a task or action by an individual. participation is involvement in a life situation. an acvitity limitation is difficulty an inidividual may have in executing activites, and participation restrictions are problems an individual is involved in life situations.
3530 
3531         
3532 While the ICF takes into account environmetal factors from individual factors such as immediate areas an individual comes into contact with (such as family, friends, colleagues, etc) and social factors, these are not important in the adjudication of reasonable accomodations. 
3533 
3534         
3535 
3536       },
3537 author = {{World Health Organization}},
3538 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) - World Health Organization.pdf:pdf},
3539 publisher = {Author},
3540 title = {{International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF)}},
3541 year = {2001}
3542 }
3543 @book{Seidman2012,
3544 abstract = {Although access to higher education is virtually universally available, college student retention stills remains a vexing and puzzling problem for educators and legislators. In College Student Retention: Formula for Student Success, second edition, Alan Seidman deals with this problematic issue by examining a number of areas critical to the retention of students, including the history, the theories and concepts, models, and a standardized definition of the term. Seidman and his contributors also lay out the financial implications and trends of retention in one of their updated chapters. Completely new to this edition are three chapters that examine several recent issues: the current theories of retention, retention of online students, and retention in community colleges. Tying all of these components together, Seidman then presents his formula and highly successful model for student success that colleges can implement to effect change in retaining students and helping them to complete their academic and personal goals.},
3545 author = {Seidman, Alan},
3546 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2012/College Student Retention Formula for Student Success - Seidman.pdf:pdf},
3547 pages = {284},
3548 title = {{College Student Retention: Formula for Student Success}},
3549 url = {http://books.google.com/books?id=RGCI36TwZh0C&pgis=1},
3550 year = {2012}
3551 }
3552 @article{LaGreca2005,
3553 author = {{La Greca}, A. M. and Harrison, H. M.},
3554 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Adolescent Peer Relations, Friendships, and Romantic Relationships Do They Predict Social Anxiety and Depression - La Greca, Harrison.pdf:pdf},
3555 journal = {Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology},
3556 number = {1},
3557 pages = {49--61},
3558 shorttitle = {Adolescent Peer Relations, Friendships, and Romant},
3559 title = {{Adolescent Peer Relations, Friendships, and Romantic Relationships: Do They Predict Social Anxiety and Depression?}},
3560 volume = {34},
3561 year = {2005}
3562 }
3563 @article{Boyer2000,
3564 author = {Boyer, B. A.},
3565 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Prevalence of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Patients with Pediatric Spinal Cord Injury Relationship to Functional Independence - Boyer.pdf:pdf},
3566 journal = {Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation},
3567 pages = {125--133},
3568 shorttitle = {Prevalence of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Pat},
3569 title = {{Prevalence of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Patients with Pediatric Spinal Cord Injury: Relationship to Functional Independence}},
3570 volume = {6},
3571 year = {2000}
3572 }
3573 @article{Daniels2009,
3574 abstract = {Affect and emotions are frequently seen as outcomes of mastery and performance goals, but affective experiences may also predict goal adoption. In a predictive study (N = 669 first-year college students), the authors used structural equation modeling to estimate relationships from 2 initial affective experiences to mastery and performance-approach goals, from goals to discrete emotions, and from discrete emotions to final grades in a university course while controlling for prior achievement. Representing initial affective experiences, hopefulness positively predicted mastery and performance goals, whereas helplessness negatively predicted mastery goals. Mastery goals positively predicted enjoyment, which in turn positively predicted achievement, and negatively predicted boredom, which in turn negatively predicted achievement. Anxiety was negatively predicted by mastery goals, positively predicted by performance goals, and exerted a negative predictive influence on achievement. The findings suggest that predictive relationships between goals and achievement are mediated by students’ emotions. Results are discussed with regard to the importance of affect and emotions for achievement goal theory. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved) (from the journal abstract)},
3575 author = {Daniels, Lia M. and Stupnisky, Robert H. and Pekrun, Reinhard and Haynes, Tara L. and Perry, Raymond P. and Newall, Nancy E.},
3576 doi = {10.1037/a0016096},
3577 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/A longitudinal analysis of achievement goals From affective antecedents to emotional effects and achievement outcomes - Daniels et al.pdf:pdf},
3578 issn = {1939-2176},
3579 journal = {Journal of Educational Psychology},
3580 keywords = {1990},
3581 language = {English},
3582 number = {4},
3583 pages = {948--963},
3584 title = {{A longitudinal analysis of achievement goals: From affective antecedents to emotional effects and achievement outcomes}},
3585 url = {http://doi.apa.org/getdoi.cfm?doi=10.1037/a0016096},
3586 volume = {101},
3587 year = {2009}
3588 }
3589 @article{LairdNM1982,
3590 author = {Laird, NM and Ware, JH},
3591 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1982/Random-effects models for longitudinal data - Laird, Ware.pdf:pdf},
3592 journal = {Biometrics},
3593 title = {{Random-effects models for longitudinal data}},
3594 year = {1982}
3595 }
3596 @book{seidman2005college,
3597 annote = {Looking at the longitudinal course of a student, the idea of retention becomes more conceptually difficult and becomes more complicated. 
3598 Aitken (1982) 
3599 Allen & Nelson (1989) 
3600 Allen (1986) 
3601 Berger & Milem (1999) 
3602 Berger &Braxton (1998) 
3603 Berger (1997) 
3604 Braxton & Brier (1989) 
3605 Braxton, Bray, &Berger (2000) 
3606 Braxton, Brier, & Hossler (1988) 
3607 Braxton, Duster, & Pascarella (1988) 
3608 Bray, Braxton,&Sullivan (1999) 
3609 Brower (1992) 
3610 Cabrera, Nora, & Castaneda (1992) 
3611 French, Immekus,&Oakes (2002) 
3612 Helland, Stallings,& Braxton (2001–2002) 
3613 House (1992) 
3614 Leppel (2001) 
3615 Mallette & Cabrera (1991) 
3616 Metzner & Bean (1987) 
3617 Milem&Berger (1997) 
3618 Moline (1987) 
3619 Pascarella & Terenzini (1980) 
3620 Pascarella & Terenzini (1983) 
3621 Pascarella, Duby, & Iverson (1983) 
3622 Pascarella, Terenzini, &Wolfle (1986) 
3623 Perry, Cabrera, & Vogt (1999) 2 tests 
3624 Peterson (1993) 
3625 Pike, Schroeder, &Berry (1997) 2 tests 
3626 Stage (1988) 2 tests 
3627 Terenzini, Lorang & Pascarella (1981) 
3628 Terenzini, Pascarella, & Lorang (1981) 
3629 Terenzini, Pascarella, Theophilides,&Lorang (1985) 2 tests 
3630 Thomas (2000) },
3631 author = {Seidman, Alan},
3632 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/College student retention Formula for student success - Seidman.PDF:PDF},
3633 publisher = {Praeger Publishers},
3634 title = {{College student retention: Formula for student success}},
3635 year = {2005}
3636 }
3637 @article{Ang2002,
3638 author = {Ang, Soon and Slaughter, Sandra and Ng, Kok Yee},
3639 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Human capital and institutional determinants of information technology compensation Modeling multilevel and cross-level interactions - Ang, Slaughter, Ng.pdf:pdf},
3640 journal = {Management Science},
3641 number = {11},
3642 pages = {1427--1445},
3643 title = {{Human capital and institutional determinants of information technology compensation: Modeling multilevel and cross-level interactions}},
3644 volume = {48},
3645 year = {2002}
3646 }
3647 @article{Gouvier1994,
3648 abstract = {Examined actual language behavior directed toward individuals with and without apparent disabilities in a standardized but naturalistic setting. Four experimenters (2 male and 2 female) requested directions to the bookstore from a total of 160 college students on a university campus. Each experimenter portrayed a student with a disability using a wheelchair and a student without a disability. Conversations were surreptitiously recorded, and verbal interaction patterns were analyzed. Significant differences were observed on all dependent variables, word counts, frequency of interrogatives, and use of locator words. Findings suggest that individuals with a disability are addressed differently than those without disabilities, and provide limited behavioral replication of research documenting differential responses of college students to persons with and without disabilities. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved)},
3649 author = {Gouvier, Wm. Drew and Coon, Robert C. and Todd, Mark E. and Fuller, Kristi Hulse},
3650 doi = {10.1037/h0080322},
3651 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/Verbal interactions with individuals presenting with and without physical disability - Gouvier et al.pdf:pdf},
3652 issn = {0090-5550},
3653 journal = {Rehabilitation Psychology},
3654 keywords = {1990},
3655 number = {4},
3656 pages = {263--268},
3657 title = {{Verbal interactions with individuals presenting with and without physical disability}},
3658 url = {http://offcampus.lib.washington.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=pdh&AN=rep-39-4-263&site=ehost-live},
3659 volume = {39},
3660 year = {1994}
3661 }
3662 @article{Janssens2004,
3663 author = {Janssens, ACJW and van Doorn, P. A. and de Boer, J. B. and van der Mech\'{e}, F. G. A. and Passchier, J. and Hintzen, R. Q.},
3664 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Perception of prognostic risk in patients with multiple sclerosis the relationship with anxiety, depression, and disease-related distress - Janssens et al.pdf:pdf},
3665 journal = {Journal of Clinical Epidemiology},
3666 number = {2},
3667 pages = {180--186},
3668 shorttitle = {Perception of prognostic risk in patients with mul},
3669 title = {{Perception of prognostic risk in patients with multiple sclerosis: the relationship with anxiety, depression, and disease-related distress}},
3670 volume = {57},
3671 year = {2004}
3672 }
3673 @article{Coifman2007,
3674 author = {Coifman, K. G. and Bonanno, G. A. and Ray, R. D. and Gross, J. J.},
3675 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Does repressive coping promote resilience Affective-autonomic response discrepancy during bereavement - Coifman et al.pdf:pdf},
3676 journal = {Journal of personality and social psychology},
3677 number = {4},
3678 pages = {745},
3679 title = {{Does repressive coping promote resilience? Affective-autonomic response discrepancy during bereavement}},
3680 volume = {92},
3681 year = {2007}
3682 }
3683 @article{Beedie2002,
3684 author = {Beedie, A. and Kennedy, P.},
3685 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Quality of Social Support Predicts Hopelessness and Depression Post Spinal Cord Injury - Beedie, Kennedy.pdf:pdf},
3686 journal = {Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings},
3687 number = {3},
3688 pages = {227--234},
3689 title = {{Quality of Social Support Predicts Hopelessness and Depression Post Spinal Cord Injury}},
3690 volume = {9},
3691 year = {2002}
3692 }
3693 @book{Faraway2004,
3694 address = {Boca Raton, FL},
3695 annote = {need to buy},
3696 author = {Faraway, Julian J.},
3697 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Linear Models with R (Chapman & HallCRC Texts in Statistical Science) - Faraway.pdf:pdf},
3698 isbn = {1584884258},
3699 keywords = {Linear Models,R Books},
3700 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models,R Books},
3701 publisher = {Chapman and Hall/CRC},
3702 title = {{Linear Models with R (Chapman & Hall/CRC Texts in Statistical Science)}},
3703 year = {2004}
3704 }
3705 @article{reid2006disability,
3706 abstract = {From a disability studies (DS) perspective, the authors analyze how the historical conflation of disability with other identity factors and the ideology of normalcy contribute to the disproportionality prob- lem in K–12 special education. They argue that this conflation and ideology make labeling and segregated education seem natural and legitimate for students carrying the high-incidence, legally defined la- bels Learning Disabled (LD), Mentally Retarded (MR), and Emotionally Disturbed (ED). The authors then apply their insights to the scant literature on college access for students labeled LD. Although it ap- pears that disabled students are succeeding at increasing rates, the overall picture obscures the continued effects of the historical legacy embedded in the intersections of race, class, gender, and disability for K–16 students.},
3707 annote = {This article explores the exclusion of minoirities in traditional transitions and underrepresentation at the post-secondary level. This is on top of the exclusion faced by their disabilities. Looking at it from a disability studies perspective their promoted solutions are inclusivbe settings from K to post-secondary settings for all levels of abilities, racial, class and gender for equal opportunity for all individuals.},
3708 author = {Reid, D.K. and Knight, M.G.},
3709 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Disability justifies exclusion of minority students A critical history grounded in disability studies - Reid, Knight.pdf:pdf},
3710 journal = {Educational Researcher},
3711 number = {6},
3712 pages = {18--23},
3713 title = {{Disability justifies exclusion of minority students: A critical history grounded in disability studies}},
3714 volume = {35},
3715 year = {2006}
3716 }
3717 @misc{Bureau,
3718 annote = {date retrieved: February 13, 2012},
3719 author = {{United States Census Bureau}},
3720 booktitle = {American Community Survey},
3721 keywords = {Government Data},
3722 language = {en},
3723 mendeley-tags = {Government Data},
3724 title = {{Educational Attainment}},
3725 url = {http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/tableservices/jsf/pages/productview.xhtml?pid=ACS_10_1YR_S1501&prodType=table},
3726 year = {2010}
3727 }
3728 @article{Dancy2010,
3729 author = {Dancy, TE},
3730 title = {{Managing diversity:(re) visioning equity on college campuses}},
3731 year = {2010}
3732 }
3733 @article{Royal1987,
3734 author = {Royal, G. P. and Roberts, M. C.},
3735 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1987/Students' Perceptions of and Attitudes Toward Disabilities A Comparison of Twenty Conditions - Royal, Roberts.pdf:pdf},
3736 journal = {Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology},
3737 number = {2},
3738 pages = {122--132},
3739 shorttitle = {Students' Perceptions of and Attitudes Toward Disa},
3740 title = {{Students' Perceptions of and Attitudes Toward Disabilities: A Comparison of Twenty Conditions}},
3741 volume = {16},
3742 year = {1987}
3743 }
3744 @article{Bonanno2002,
3745 author = {Bonanno, G. A. and Wortman, C. B. and Lehman, D. R. and Tweed, R. G. and Haring, M. and Sonnega, J. and Carr, D. and Nesse, R. M.},
3746 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Resilience to Loss and Chronic Grief A Prospective Study From Preloss to 18-Months Postloss - Bonanno et al.pdf:pdf},
3747 journal = {Journal of Personality and Social Psychology},
3748 number = {5},
3749 pages = {1150--1164},
3750 shorttitle = {Resilience to Loss and Chronic Grief},
3751 title = {{Resilience to Loss and Chronic Grief: A Prospective Study From Preloss to 18-Months Postloss}},
3752 volume = {83},
3753 year = {2002}
3754 }
3755 @article{Martin2008,
3756 abstract = {This concurrent validity study of Salter Environmental Type Assessment scores was conducted with the Group Environment Scale. A principal components factor analysis with varimax rotation of 191 college students responses suggested two factors that accounted for 51% of the variance. The factor-analytic results and concurrent validity coefficients were consistent with previous research with both assessments and theoret- ical assumptions behind the two approaches to measuring group climate. Implications for the assessment of groups are discussed.},
3757 author = {Martin, Andrew J and Marsh, Herbert W and Debus, Raymond L and Malmberg, Lars-erik},
3758 doi = {10.1177/0013164407308478},
3759 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Educational and Psychological Measurement Performance and Mastery - Martin et al.pdf:pdf},
3760 journal = {Educational and Psychological Measurement},
3761 number = {3},
3762 pages = {475--486},
3763 title = {{Educational and Psychological Measurement Performance and Mastery}},
3764 volume = {67},
3765 year = {2008}
3766 }
3767 @article{ThompsonAnneR.;BetheaLeslie;Turner1997,
3768 abstract = {Discusses the results of a survey of faculty members designed to measure their knowledge of disability laws and court decisions that affect higher education in the United States. Familiarity with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and Americans With Disabilities Act; Awareness of faculty members' rights and legal rights of students with disabilities.},
3769 author = {Thompson, Anne R and Bethea, Leslie and Turner, Jennifer},
3770 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Faculty knowledge of disability laws in higher education - Thompson, Bethea, Turner.pdf:pdf},
3771 issn = {00343552},
3772 journal = {Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin},
3773 keywords = {1990},
3774 number = {3},
3775 pages = {166},
3776 title = {{Faculty knowledge of disability laws in higher education}},
3777 year = {1997}
3778 }
3779 @article{Schwartz2005,
3780 author = {Schwartz, JM},
3781 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Quantum physics in neuroscience and psychology a neurophysical model of mind–brain interaction - Schwartz.pdf:pdf},
3782 journal = {Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences},
3783 title = {{Quantum physics in neuroscience and psychology: a neurophysical model of mind–brain interaction}},
3784 url = {http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/360/1458/1309.short},
3785 year = {2005}
3786 }
3787 @article{Robert1994,
3788 author = {Robert, CP},
3789 journal = {The Annals of Statistics},
3790 title = {{Discussion: Markov Chains for Exploring Posterior Distributions}},
3791 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/2242480},
3792 year = {1994}
3793 }
3794 @article{Yau2003,
3795 abstract = {In many biometrical applications, the count data encountered often contain extra zeros relative to the Poisson distribution. Zero-inflated Poisson regression models are useful for analyzing such data, but parameter estimates may be seriously biased if the nonzero observations are over-dispersed and simultaneously correlated due to the sampling design or the data collection procedure. In this paper, a zero-inflated negative binomial mixed regression model is presented to analyze a set of pancreas disorder length of stay (LOS) data that comprised mainly same-day separations. Random effects are introduced to account for inter-hospital variations and the dependency of clustered LOS observations. Parameter estimation is achieved by maximizing an appropriate log-likelihood function using an EM algorithm. Alternative modeling strategies, namely the finite mixture of Poisson distributions and the non-parametric maximum likelihood approach, are also considered. The detemidnation of pertinent covariates would assist hospital administrators and clinicians to manage LOS and expenditures efficiently.},
3796 author = {Yau, Kelvin K W and Wang, Kui and Lee, Andy H},
3797 doi = {10.1002/bimj.200390024},
3798 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Zero-Inflated Negative Binomial Mixed Regression Modeling of Over-Dispersed Count Data with Extra Zeros - Yau, Wang, Lee.pdf:pdf},
3799 issn = {03233847},
3800 journal = {Biometrical Journal},
3801 keywords = {1990},
3802 number = {4},
3803 pages = {437--452},
3804 publisher = {Wiley Online Library},
3805 title = {{Zero-Inflated Negative Binomial Mixed Regression Modeling of Over-Dispersed Count Data with Extra Zeros}},
3806 url = {http://doi.wiley.com/10.1002/bimj.200390024},
3807 volume = {45},
3808 year = {2003}
3809 }
3810 @article{Blanck,
3811 author = {Blanck, P and Schur, L},
3812 journal = {Stanford Law & Policy Review},
3813 title = {{Calibrating the Impact of the ADA's Employment Provisions}},
3814 url = {http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=Calibrating+the+Impact+of+the+ADA’s+Employment+Provisions#1}
3815 }
3816 @book{Tinto2004,
3817 address = {Washington, D.C.},
3818 author = {Tinto, Vincent},
3819 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Student Retention and Graduation Facing the Truth, Living With the Consequences - Tinto.pdf:pdf},
3820 publisher = {The Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education},
3821 title = {{Student Retention and Graduation Facing the Truth, Living With the Consequences}},
3822 year = {2004}
3823 }
3824 @article{Turner1988,
3825 author = {Turner, R. J. and Noh, S.},
3826 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1988/Physical disability and depression A longitudinal analysis - Turner, Noh.pdf:pdf},
3827 journal = {Journal of Health and Social Behavior},
3828 pages = {23--37},
3829 title = {{Physical disability and depression: A longitudinal analysis}},
3830 year = {1988}
3831 }
3832 @article{Brisenden1986,
3833 author = {Brisenden, S},
3834 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1986/Independent living and the medical model of disability - Brisenden.pdf:pdf},
3835 journal = {Disability, Handicap & Society},
3836 number = {2},
3837 pages = {173--178},
3838 title = {{Independent living and the medical model of disability}},
3839 url = {http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02674648666780171},
3840 volume = {1},
3841 year = {1986}
3842 }
3843 @article{Bland2000,
3844 author = {Bland, J M.},
3845 doi = {10.1136/bmj.320.7247.1468},
3846 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Statistics Notes The odds ratio - Bland.pdf:pdf},
3847 issn = {09598138},
3848 journal = {BMJ},
3849 month = may,
3850 number = {7247},
3851 pages = {1468--1468},
3852 title = {{Statistics Notes: The odds ratio}},
3853 url = {http://www.bmj.com},
3854 volume = {320},
3855 year = {2000}
3856 }
3857 @article{Rodkin2006a,
3858 author = {Rodkin, P. C. and Farmer, T. W. and Acker, R. V. and Pearl, R. and Thompson, J. H. and Fedora, P.},
3859 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Who do students with mild disabilities nominate as cool in inclusive general education classrooms - Rodkin et al.pdf:pdf},
3860 journal = {Journal of School Psychology},
3861 number = {1},
3862 pages = {67--84},
3863 title = {{Who do students with mild disabilities nominate as cool in inclusive general education classrooms?}},
3864 volume = {44},
3865 year = {2006}
3866 }
3867 @article{Brewin2000,
3868 author = {Brewin, C. R. and Andrews, B. and Valentine, J. D.},
3869 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Meta-analysis of risk factors for posttraumatic stress disorder in trauma-exposed adults - Brewin, Andrews, Valentine.pdf:pdf},
3870 journal = {Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology},
3871 number = {5},
3872 pages = {748--766},
3873 title = {{Meta-analysis of risk factors for posttraumatic stress disorder in trauma-exposed adults}},
3874 volume = {68},
3875 year = {2000}
3876 }
3877 @article{DOUGLASKRUSEandLISASCHUR2003,
3878 author = {Douglas, Kruse and Schur, Lisa},
3879 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Employment of people with disabilities following the ADA - Douglas, Schur.pdf:pdf},
3880 journal = {Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society},
3881 title = {{Employment of people with disabilities following the ADA}},
3882 url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1468-232X.00275/full},
3883 year = {2003}
3884 }
3885 @article{Jacob1995,
3886 author = {Jacob, K. S. and Zachariah, K. and Bhattacharji, S.},
3887 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1995/Depression in individuals with spinal cord injury methodological issues - Jacob, Zachariah, Bhattacharji.pdf:pdf},
3888 journal = {Paraplegia},
3889 number = {7},
3890 pages = {377},
3891 title = {{Depression in individuals with spinal cord injury: methodological issues}},
3892 volume = {33},
3893 year = {1995}
3894 }
3895 @article{Gresham1998,
3896 author = {Gresham, F. M.},
3897 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/Social Skills Training Should We Raze, Remodel, or Rebuild - Gresham.pdf:pdf},
3898 journal = {Behavioral Disorders},
3899 number = {1},
3900 pages = {19--25},
3901 title = {{Social Skills Training: Should We Raze, Remodel, or Rebuild?}},
3902 volume = {24},
3903 year = {1998}
3904 }
3905 @article{Blee2006,
3906 abstract = {How do local social movement groups respond to national electoral politics? Previous studies, often based on aggregated data on public protests, focus on the effects of elections on established social movement organizations (SMOs). Some find that SMOs flourish during election years, taking advantage of the political opportunities that elections pose. Others conclude that elections hurt SMOs, siphoning members and resources. Using ethnographic, in-depth interview, and document data on new and emerging social movement groups (SMGs) in Pittsburgh for 20 months before and after the 2004 U.S. presidential election, we examine how members think about elections and whether and how groups decide to respond to national electoral campaigns. We find that SMGs vary considerably in the strategies of action or inaction they adopt, depending on their changing sense of whether the election poses an opportunity or a threat to the group and that these strategies of action are patterned in path-dependent sequences. We conclude with a discussion of the possibilities for integrating concepts of path-dependency and timing into social movement research.},
3907 author = {Blee, Kathleen M. and Currier, Ashley},
3908 doi = {10.1007/s11133-006-9025-x},
3909 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/How Local Social Movement Groups Handle a Presidential Election - Blee, Currier.pdf:pdf},
3910 issn = {0162-0436},
3911 journal = {Qualitative Sociology},
3912 keywords = {1990},
3913 month = jul,
3914 number = {3},
3915 pages = {261--280},
3916 publisher = {Springer Netherlands},
3917 title = {{How Local Social Movement Groups Handle a Presidential Election}},
3918 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/751754v4l1061713/},
3919 volume = {29},
3920 year = {2006}
3921 }
3922 @article{Wang2008,
3923 author = {Wang, J. W. and David, D. J. and Monckton, J. E. and Battaglia, F. and Hen, R.},
3924 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Chronic Fluoxetine Stimulates Maturation and Synaptic Plasticity of Adult-Born Hippocampal Granule Cells - Wang et al.pdf:pdf},
3925 journal = {Journal of Neuroscience},
3926 number = {6},
3927 pages = {1374},
3928 title = {{Chronic Fluoxetine Stimulates Maturation and Synaptic Plasticity of Adult-Born Hippocampal Granule Cells}},
3929 volume = {28},
3930 year = {2008}
3931 }
3932 @article{Jones2007,
3933 author = {Jones, B. L. and Nagin, D. S.},
3934 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Advances in group-based trajectory modeling and an SAS procedure for estimating them - Jones, Nagin.pdf:pdf},
3935 journal = {Sociological Methods & Research},
3936 keywords = {1990},
3937 number = {4},
3938 pages = {542},
3939 title = {{Advances in group-based trajectory modeling and an SAS procedure for estimating them}},
3940 volume = {35},
3941 year = {2007}
3942 }
3943 @article{Bierens2004,
3944 author = {Bierens, HJ},
3945 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/The tobit model - Bierens.pdf:pdf},
3946 journal = {Econometrica},
3947 title = {{The tobit model}},
3948 url = {http://163.18.25.62/Course/AClassInformation/ECMD/ecmdlect9.pdf},
3949 year = {2004}
3950 }
3951 @article{Guay1999a,
3952 annote = {
3953         From Duplicate 1 ( 
3954         
3955         
3956           Predicting Change in Academic Achievement: A Model of Peer Experiences and Self-System Processes
3957         
3958         
3959          - Guay, F.; Boivin, M.; Hodges, E. V. E. )
3960 
3961         
3962         
3963 
3964         
3965 
3966         
3967 
3968       },
3969 author = {Guay, F. and Boivin, M. and Hodges, E. V. E.},
3970 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/Predicting Change in Academic Achievement A Model of Peer Experiences and Self-System Processes - Guay, Boivin, Hodges.pdf:pdf},
3971 journal = {Journal of educational psychology},
3972 number = {3},
3973 pages = {564--568},
3974 shorttitle = {Predicting Change in Academic Achievement},
3975 title = {{Predicting Change in Academic Achievement: A Model of Peer Experiences and Self-System Processes}},
3976 volume = {91},
3977 year = {1999}
3978 }
3979 @article{Turner2000,
3980 author = {Turner, RM and Omar, RZ and Yang, M},
3981 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/A multilevel model framework for meta-analysis of clinical trials with binary outcomes - Turner, Omar, Yang.pdf:pdf},
3982 journal = {Statistics in Medicine},
3983 title = {{A multilevel model framework for meta-analysis of clinical trials with binary outcomes}},
3984 year = {2000}
3985 }
3986 @inproceedings{Nødtvedt2003,
3987 author = {N\o dtvedt, A and Sanchez, J and Dohoo, I},
3988 booktitle = {Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics},
3989 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Applying a zero-inflated negative binomial model to hierarchical count data - N\o dtvedt, Sanchez, Dohoo.pdf:pdf},
3990 title = {{Applying a zero-inflated negative binomial model to hierarchical count data}},
3991 year = {2003}
3992 }
3993 @techreport{horn2006profile,
3994 address = {Washington, D.C.},
3995 author = {Horn, L. and Nevill, S. and Griffith, J.},
3996 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Profile of Undergraduates in US Postsecondary Education Institutions, 2003-04 With a Special Analysis of Community College Students. Statistical Analysis Report - Horn, Nevill, Griffith.pdf:pdf},
3997 institution = {National Center for Education Statistics},
3998 pages = {202},
3999 publisher = {ED Pubs, PO Box 1398, Jessup, MD 20794-1398. Tel: 877-433-7827 (Toll Free); Web site: http://www. edpubs. org.},
4000 title = {{Profile of Undergraduates in US Postsecondary Education Institutions, 2003-04: With a Special Analysis of Community College Students. Statistical Analysis Report}},
4001 year = {2006}
4002 }
4003 @article{Skrondal2009,
4004 author = {Skrondal, A and Rabe-Hesketh, S.},
4005 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Some applications of generalized linear latent and mixed models in epidemiology repeated measures, measurement error and multilevel modeling - Skrondal, Rabe-Hesketh.pdf:pdf},
4006 journal = {Norsk epidemiologi},
4007 title = {{Some applications of generalized linear latent and mixed models in epidemiology: repeated measures, measurement error and multilevel modeling}},
4008 url = {http://www.ntnu.no/ojs/index.php/norepid/article/download/295/273},
4009 year = {2009}
4010 }
4011 @book{P.M.E.Altham,
4012 author = {{P.M.E. Altham}},
4013 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Introduction to Generalized Linear Modeling - P.M.E. Altham.pdf:pdf},
4014 keywords = {Linear Models},
4015 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
4016 title = {{Introduction to Generalized Linear Modeling}},
4017 year = {2010}
4018 }
4019 @article{Shuttleworth2000,
4020 author = {Shuttleworth, R. P.},
4021 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/The Search for Sexual Intimacy for Men with Cerebral Palsy - Shuttleworth.pdf:pdf},
4022 journal = {Sexuality and Disability},
4023 number = {4},
4024 pages = {263--282},
4025 title = {{The Search for Sexual Intimacy for Men with Cerebral Palsy}},
4026 volume = {18},
4027 year = {2000}
4028 }
4029 @article{Engum2002,
4030 author = {Engum, A and Bj\o ro, T},
4031 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/An association between depression, anxiety and thyroid function–a clinical fact or an artefact - Engum, Bj\o ro.pdf:pdf},
4032 journal = {Acta Paediatrica},
4033 title = {{An association between depression, anxiety and thyroid function–a clinical fact or an artefact?}},
4034 url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1034/j.1600-0447.2002.01250.x/full},
4035 year = {2002}
4036 }
4037 @book{cameron2005microeconometrics,
4038 annote = {buy},
4039 author = {Cameron, A.C.},
4040 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Microeconometrics methods and applications - Cameron.pdf:pdf},
4041 publisher = {Cambridge University Press},
4042 title = {{Microeconometrics: methods and applications}},
4043 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=Zf0gCwxC9ocC&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PR15&amp;dq=Microeconometrics+-+Methods+and+Applications&amp;ots=CY3clK5IoY&amp;sig=tBjq6HaYV3mqn2QhRprRsfpltrk},
4044 year = {2005}
4045 }
4046 @article{Lin1998,
4047 author = {Lin, D. Y. and Psaty, B. M. and Kronmal, R. A.},
4048 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/Assessing the sensitivity of regression results to unmeasured confounders in observational studies - Lin, Psaty, Kronmal.pdf:pdf},
4049 journal = {Biometrics},
4050 number = {3},
4051 pages = {948--963},
4052 title = {{Assessing the sensitivity of regression results to unmeasured confounders in observational studies}},
4053 volume = {54},
4054 year = {1998}
4055 }
4056 @article{Li2011,
4057 abstract = {Logistic random effects models are a popular tool to analyze multilevel also called hierarchical data with a binary or ordinal outcome. Here, we aim to compare different statistical software implementations of these models.},
4058 author = {Li, Baoyue and Lingsma, Hester F and Steyerberg, Ewout W and Lesaffre, Emmanuel},
4059 doi = {10.1186/1471-2288-11-77},
4060 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Logistic random effects regression models a comparison of statistical packages for binary and ordinal outcomes. - Li et al.pdf:pdf},
4061 issn = {1471-2288},
4062 journal = {BMC medical research methodology},
4063 month = jan,
4064 number = {1},
4065 pages = {77},
4066 pmid = {21605357},
4067 title = {{Logistic random effects regression models: a comparison of statistical packages for binary and ordinal outcomes.}},
4068 url = {http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2288/11/77},
4069 volume = {11},
4070 year = {2011}
4071 }
4072 @article{Bukberg1984,
4073 author = {Bukberg, J.},
4074 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1984/Depression in hospitalized cancer patients - Bukberg.pdf:pdf},
4075 pages = {199--212},
4076 title = {{Depression in hospitalized cancer patients}},
4077 volume = {46},
4078 year = {1984}
4079 }
4080 @book{Christensen2011,
4081 author = {Christensen, Ronald},
4082 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Plane Answers to Complex Questions The Theory of Linear Models (Springer Texts in Statistics) - Christensen.pdf:pdf},
4083 isbn = {1441998152},
4084 pages = {515},
4085 publisher = {Springer},
4086 title = {{Plane Answers to Complex Questions: The Theory of Linear Models (Springer Texts in Statistics)}},
4087 year = {2011}
4088 }
4089 @article{beilke1999chilly,
4090 author = {Beilke, J.R. and Yssel, N.},
4091 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/The chilly climate for students with disabilities in higher education - Beilke, Yssel.pdf:pdf},
4092 journal = {College Student Journal},
4093 pages = {364--371},
4094 publisher = {PROJECT INNOVATION OF MOBILE},
4095 title = {{The chilly climate for students with disabilities in higher education}},
4096 volume = {33},
4097 year = {1999}
4098 }
4099 @article{TonyJungandK.A.S.Wickrama2008,
4100 author = {Jung, Tony and Wickrama, K. A. S.},
4101 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/An introduction to latent class growth analysis and growth mixture modeling - Jung, Wickrama.pdf:pdf},
4102 journal = {Social and Personality Psychology Compass},
4103 title = {{An introduction to latent class growth analysis and growth mixture modeling}},
4104 url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1751-9004.2007.00054.x/full},
4105 year = {2008}
4106 }
4107 @article{Greenblatt1981,
4108 abstract = {1 The onset and duration of action of benzodiazepines after single oral doses depend largely on absorption rate and extent of distribution, respectively. 2 The rate and extent of accumulation during multiple dosage depend on elimination half-life and clearance. A framework is proposed for classification of benzodiazepines according to elimination half-life. 3 Long-acting benzodiazepines have half-life values usually exceeding 24 hours. Drugs in this category have long-acting pharmacologically active metabolites (often desmethyldiazepam), accumulate extensively during multiple dosage, and may have impaired clearance in the elderly and those with liver disease. 4 Intermediate and short-acting benzodiazepines have half-life values from 5-24 hours. Active metabolites are uncommon. Accumulation during multiple dosage is less extensive than with the long-acting group, and diminishes as the half-life becomes shorter. Age and liver disease have a small influence on metabolic clearance. 5 The half-life of ultrashort acting benzodiazepines is less than 5 hours. These drugs are essentially non-accumulating. 6 Pharmacokinetic classification may assist in understanding of differences among benzodiazepines, but does not explain all of their clinical actions.},
4109 author = {Greenblatt, D J and Shader, R I and Divoll, M and Harmatz, J S},
4110 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1981/Benzodiazepines a summary of pharmacokinetic properties - Greenblatt et al.pdf:pdf},
4111 issn = {0306-5251},
4112 journal = {British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology},
4113 pages = {11S--16S},
4114 shorttitle = {Benzodiazepines},
4115 title = {{Benzodiazepines: a summary of pharmacokinetic properties}},
4116 url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6133528},
4117 volume = {11 Suppl 1},
4118 year = {1981}
4119 }
4120 @misc{carnevale2010help,
4121 author = {Carnevale, A.P. and Smith, N. and Strohl, J.},
4122 publisher = {Center on Education and the Workforce},
4123 title = {{Help wanted: Projections of jobs and education requirements through 2018}},
4124 url = {http://www9.georgetown.edu/grad/gppi/hpi/cew/pdfs/Help_Wanted_Technical_Appendix.pdf},
4125 year = {2010}
4126 }
4127 @book{Kuhn1996,
4128 address = {Chicago},
4129 author = {Kuhn, T.S.},
4130 edition = {Second},
4131 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1970/The structure of scientific revolutions - Kuhn.pdf:pdf},
4132 publisher = {The University of Chicago Press},
4133 title = {{The structure of scientific revolutions}},
4134 year = {1970}
4135 }
4136 @article{Clapp2008,
4137 abstract = {Although models have been proposed to explain common factors that maintain comorbid pain and PTSD [Sharp TJ, Harvey AG. Chronic pain and posttraumatic stress disorder: mutual maintenance? Clin Psychol Rev 2001; 21: 857-77], the exact nature of the relationship between these two conditions and their impact on quality of life (QOL) is unknown. The aim of the present investigation was to examine the unique and interactive effects of PTSD and pain on role functioning and life satisfaction--two important domains of QOL. The study utilized a help-seeking sample of motor vehicle accident (MVA) survivors whose accidents resulted in symptoms of comorbid PTSD and pain (N=192). Hierarchical regression models were used to examine the relationship between four PTSD symptom clusters, pain, and the interaction of each cluster and pain on role functioning and life satisfaction separately. Results of these analyses revealed a significant interaction of pain and emotional numbing on role functioning, suggesting a multiplicative effect on this domain of QOL. Decomposition of this interaction revealed a negative association between numbing and functioning at low levels of pain but no relationship at higher levels. A marginal interaction of pain and hyperarousal also was noted for life satisfaction. Decomposition of the interaction effect revealed a marginal association between hyperarousal and decreased satisfaction only at high levels of pain. A main effect of emotional numbing on decreased life satisfaction also was observed in this model, suggesting a unique influence of numbing. The results of the current research indicate that the synergistic relationship of pain and PTSD may vary across domains of QOL.},
4138 author = {Clapp, Joshua D and Beck, J Gayle and Palyo, Sarah A and Grant, Demond M},
4139 doi = {10.1016/j.pain.2008.01.001},
4140 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/An examination of the synergy of pain and PTSD on quality of life additive or multiplicative effects - Clapp et al.pdf:pdf},
4141 issn = {1872-6623},
4142 journal = {Pain},
4143 keywords = {1990},
4144 month = aug,
4145 number = {2},
4146 pages = {301--9},
4147 shorttitle = {An examination of the synergy of pain and PTSD on},
4148 title = {{An examination of the synergy of pain and PTSD on quality of life: additive or multiplicative effects?}},
4149 url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18280044},
4150 volume = {138},
4151 year = {2008}
4152 }
4153 @article{Dey1997a,
4154 author = {Dey, EL},
4155 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Undergraduate political attitudes Peer influence in changing social contexts - Dey.pdf:pdf},
4156 journal = {Journal of Higher Education},
4157 title = {{Undergraduate political attitudes: Peer influence in changing social contexts}},
4158 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/2960009},
4159 year = {1997}
4160 }
4161 @book{P.P.B.Eggermont·V.N.LaRiccia2001,
4162 author = {Eggermont, P.P.B. and LaRiccia, V.N.},
4163 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Maximum penalized likelihood estimation Regression - Eggermont, LaRiccia.pdf:pdf},
4164 keywords = {Linear Models},
4165 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
4166 title = {{Maximum penalized likelihood estimation: Regression}},
4167 year = {2001}
4168 }
4169 @inproceedings{Keller2008,
4170 address = {New York City},
4171 author = {Keller, Richard and King, J. P.},
4172 booktitle = {The second annual health disparities conference: physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health: Toward integrated evidence-based approaches to health disparity reduction},
4173 title = {{The relationship between employment and access to quality healthcare for individuals with disabilities.}},
4174 year = {2008}
4175 }
4176 @article{Highton2001,
4177 annote = {
4178         What is the article about?
4179         
4180           
4181 
4182         after turning 19 what is the first seven years of political participation like for young people.
4183           
4184 
4185           
4186 In the literature review and/or conceptual framework, how do authors talk about the relationship between political participation/orientation and life course experiences, and/or the relationship between political participation/orientation and college experiences?
4187         
4188           
4189 
4190         they mention many of the things we have talked about, setling down, marriage, community ties, getting a job, leaving school (although thats often less mentioned), since this focuses on seven years it captures some of what we are studing since it captuers a few years after college graduation.
4191           
4192 
4193           
4194 What interesting thoughts or assertions did authors make in literature review or discussion that we can use in our paper? (e.g., “the need to promote political participation is essential for our democracy,” “those who do not participate politically are likely to have a highly undemocratic view of the world”) Basically think about things we can use for fodder.
4195         
4196           
4197 
4198         looks at the first years of life, which includes college years for most young people.
4199           
4200 
4201           
4202 What variables or concepts relate to political participation?
4203         
4204           
4205 
4206         voter turn out of young adults.
4207           
4208 
4209           
4210 What are the research questions of the study?
4211         
4212           
4213 
4214         what predicts voter turn out of young adults.
4215           
4216 
4217           
4218 What data was used or collected?
4219         
4220           
4221 
4222         current population survey
4223           
4224 
4225           
4226 What methodologies were employed?
4227         
4228           
4229 
4230         logistic regression
4231           
4232 
4233           
4234 IF SEM, describe model they intend to estimate
4235         
4236           
4237 
4238         NA
4239           
4240 
4241           
4242 What findings were relevant to understanding political participation? 
4243 home ownership, residential stability, labor force status, being female, more education, higher family income and greater age led to greater voting. living with parents and being married exerted negative effects, the other effects were positive.
4244           
4245 
4246           
4247 What interesting things stated in the discussion can we use for our paper.  Make sure you cite everything.
4248         
4249           
4250 
4251         leaving home, being single, and having a higher family income led to greater participation of voting (my personal reflections, not from discussion). 
4252           
4253 
4254           
4255 List citations of other studies that authors reference of regarding the relationship between political participation/orientation and/or the relationship between life course experiences, and/or political participation and college experiences?
4256         
4257 
4258         
4259 Warren E., and J. Merrill Shanks. 1996. The New American voter. Cambridge:  Harvard University Press.
4260 U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. 1997. Current Population Survey: Voter Supplement File, 1996 [Computer File]. ICPSR version. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census [pro- ducer], 1997. Ann Arbor: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research[distributor], 1997},
4261 author = {Highton, B. and Wolfinger, R.E.},
4262 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/The first seven years of the political life cycle - Highton, Wolfinger.pdf:pdf},
4263 journal = {American Journal of Political Science},
4264 number = {1},
4265 pages = {202--209},
4266 title = {{The first seven years of the political life cycle}},
4267 volume = {45},
4268 year = {2001}
4269 }
4270 @book{Freedman2009,
4271 author = {Freedman, David A.},
4272 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Statistical Models Theory and Practice - Freedman.pdf:pdf},
4273 isbn = {0521743850},
4274 pages = {456},
4275 publisher = {Cambridge University Press},
4276 title = {{Statistical Models: Theory and Practice}},
4277 year = {2009}
4278 }
4279 @article{Ladd2003,
4280 author = {Ladd, G. W. and Troop-Gordon, W.},
4281 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/The Role of Chronic Peer Difficulties in the Development of Children’s Psychological Adjustment Problems - Ladd, Troop-Gordon.pdf:pdf},
4282 journal = {Child Development},
4283 number = {5},
4284 pages = {1344--1367},
4285 title = {{The Role of Chronic Peer Difficulties in the Development of Children’s Psychological Adjustment Problems}},
4286 volume = {74},
4287 year = {2003}
4288 }
4289 @article{Hartup1996,
4290 author = {Hartup, W. W.},
4291 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/The Company They Keep Friendships and Their Developmental Significance - Hartup.pdf:pdf},
4292 journal = {Child Development},
4293 pages = {1--13},
4294 shorttitle = {The Company They Keep},
4295 title = {{The Company They Keep: Friendships and Their Developmental Significance}},
4296 year = {1996}
4297 }
4298 @article{pearl2011causal,
4299 annote = {To appear in C. Berzuini, P. Dawid, and L. Bernardinelli (Eds.), Causality: Statistical Perspectives
4300 and Applications. Forthcoming, 2011.},
4301 author = {Pearl, J.},
4302 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/The causal mediation formula–a guide to the assessment of pathways and mechanisms - Pearl.pdf:pdf},
4303 journal = {Prevention Science},
4304 title = {{The causal mediation formula–a guide to the assessment of pathways and mechanisms}},
4305 year = {2011}
4306 }
4307 @book{Weisberg2005,
4308 address = {Hoboken, New Jersey},
4309 author = {Weisberg, S},
4310 edition = {3},
4311 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Applied linear regression - Weisberg.pdf:pdf},
4312 keywords = {Linear Models},
4313 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
4314 publisher = {Wiley-Interscience},
4315 title = {{Applied linear regression}},
4316 year = {2005}
4317 }
4318 @article{Cameron2007,
4319 author = {Cameron, L. and Rutland, A. and Brown, R.},
4320 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Promoting children's positive intergroup attitudes towards stigmatized groups Extended contact and multiple classification skills training - Cameron, Rutland, Brown.pdf:pdf},
4321 journal = {International Journal of Behavioral Development},
4322 number = {5},
4323 pages = {454},
4324 title = {{Promoting children's positive intergroup attitudes towards stigmatized groups: Extended contact and multiple classification skills training}},
4325 volume = {31},
4326 year = {2007}
4327 }
4328 @article{Peters1990,
4329 author = {Peters, S. J.},
4330 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1990/Integration and socialization of exceptional children - Peters.pdf:pdf},
4331 journal = {Anthropology & Education Quarterly},
4332 pages = {319--339},
4333 title = {{Integration and socialization of exceptional children}},
4334 year = {1990}
4335 }
4336 @article{Demyttenaere2007,
4337 author = {Demyttenaere, K. and Bruffaerts, R. and Lee, S. and Posada-Villa, J. and Kovess, V. and Angermeyer, M. C. and Levinson, D. and de Girolamo, G. and Nakane, H. and Mneimneh, Z.},
4338 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Mental disorders among persons with chronic back or neck pain Results from the world mental health surveys - Demyttenaere et al.pdf:pdf},
4339 journal = {Pain},
4340 number = {3},
4341 pages = {332--342},
4342 shorttitle = {Mental disorders among persons with chronic back o},
4343 title = {{Mental disorders among persons with chronic back or neck pain: Results from the world mental health surveys}},
4344 volume = {129},
4345 year = {2007}
4346 }
4347 @article{Muller2011,
4348 author = {M\"{u}ller, P},
4349 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/A product partition model with regression on covariates - M\"{u}ller.pdf:pdf},
4350 journal = {Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics},
4351 title = {{A product partition model with regression on covariates}},
4352 url = {http://pubs.amstat.org/doi/abs/10.1198/jcgs.2011.09066},
4353 year = {2011}
4354 }
4355 @article{Colder2002,
4356 author = {Colder, C. R. and Campbell, R. T. and Ruel, E. and Richardson, J. L. and Flay, B. R.},
4357 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/A finite mixture model of growth trajectories of adolescent alcohol use Predictors and consequences - Colder et al.pdf:pdf},
4358 journal = {Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology},
4359 number = {4},
4360 pages = {976--984},
4361 title = {{A finite mixture model of growth trajectories of adolescent alcohol use: Predictors and consequences}},
4362 volume = {70},
4363 year = {2002}
4364 }
4365 @article{Rieser,
4366 author = {Rieser, Richard},
4367 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/Unknown/Inclusion, Empowerment and the vital role of disabled people and their thinking Traditional Model of Disability - Rieser.pdf:pdf},
4368 title = {{Inclusion, Empowerment and the vital role of disabled people and their thinking Traditional Model of Disability}}
4369 }
4370 @book{sutradhar2011dynamic,
4371 author = {Sutradhar, B.C.},
4372 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Dynamic Mixed Models for Familial Longitudinal Data - Sutradhar.pdf:pdf},
4373 publisher = {Springer},
4374 title = {{Dynamic Mixed Models for Familial Longitudinal Data}},
4375 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=bCRWyG75S6kC&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PR7&amp;dq=Dynamic+Mixed+Models+for+Familial+Longitudinal+Data+&amp;ots=W_BzJ1jWxS&amp;sig=LSOC4uHXe0UiSNx2i7N5hu0-9ZU},
4376 year = {2011}
4377 }
4378 @article{Nagler1994,
4379 author = {Nagler, J.},
4380 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/Scobit an alternative estimator to logit and probit - Nagler.pdf:pdf},
4381 journal = {American Journal of Political Science},
4382 pages = {230--255},
4383 title = {{Scobit: an alternative estimator to logit and probit}},
4384 year = {1994}
4385 }
4386 @article{Rojahn2008,
4387 author = {Rojahn, J. and Komelasky, K. G. and Man, M.},
4388 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Implicit Attitudes and Explicit Ratings of Romantic Attraction of College Students Toward Opposite-Sex Peers with Physical Disabilities - Rojahn, Komelasky, Man.pdf:pdf},
4389 journal = {Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities},
4390 number = {4},
4391 pages = {389--397},
4392 title = {{Implicit Attitudes and Explicit Ratings of Romantic Attraction of College Students Toward Opposite-Sex Peers with Physical Disabilities}},
4393 volume = {20},
4394 year = {2008}
4395 }
4396 @article{Wiegerink2006,
4397 abstract = {Objective: To investigate possible barriers to successful social and sexual relationships in adolescents and young adults of normal intelligence with cerebral palsy. Design: A literature review based on a PubMed and PsycINFO search for the period 1990-2003. Included were studies focusing on one or more of the outcome parameters (i.e. social, intimate and sexual relationships) or on associated factors that described relationships with the outcome parameters. Results: Fourteen papers were selected. Two studies investigated exclusively people with cerebral palsy whereas 12 concerned people with a congenital disability and/or physical disabilities, including people with cerebral palsy. All studies addressed adolescents or adults of normal intelligence. A. Social and sexual relationships: In social relationships adolescents and young adults with cerebral palsy were less active than their age mates, and dating was often delayed and less frequent. Adolescents with congenital disabilities indicated that sexuality is an important aspect of their lives, but they experienced difficulties developing a sexual relationship. B. Associated factors: Psychological maladjustment, insufficient self-efficacy and low sexual self-esteem may impair the development of social and sexual relationships. Overprotection in raising children with cerebral palsy and the negative attitudes of other people may have a negative influence on the self-efficacy of people with cerebral palsy. Conclusion: The reviewed studies suggest many factors that may influence the development of social and sexual relationships in adolescents and young adults with cerebral palsy. However, evidence was found only for the personal factors self-efficacy and sexual self-esteem and their interrelationships with the parents' way of raising their children and successful experiences in social situations.},
4398 author = {Wiegerink, Diana JHG and Roebroeck, Marij E and Donkervoort, Mireille and Stam, Henk J and Cohen-Kettenis, Peggy T},
4399 doi = {10.1177/0269215506071275},
4400 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Social and sexual relationships of adolescents and young adults with cerebral palsy a review - Wiegerink et al.pdf:pdf},
4401 journal = {Clinical Rehabilitation},
4402 month = dec,
4403 number = {12},
4404 pages = {1023--1031},
4405 shorttitle = {Social and sexual relationships of adolescents and},
4406 title = {{Social and sexual relationships of adolescents and young adults with cerebral palsy: a review}},
4407 url = {http://cre.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/20/12/1023},
4408 volume = {20},
4409 year = {2006}
4410 }
4411 @article{Mayer2008,
4412 annote = {since racial minorities have friends who are minorities and more tied to their outcomes, then the interactionist theory may not work
4413 
4414         
4415 may not feel part of the institution, only with their friends, may be withdrawn from faculty more
4416 
4417         
4418 if they have to get paid thats a problem},
4419 author = {Mayer, A and Puller, SL},
4420 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/The old boy (and girl) network Social network formation on university campuses - Mayer, Puller.pdf:pdf},
4421 journal = {Journal of Public Economics},
4422 number = {1-2},
4423 pages = {329--347},
4424 title = {{The old boy (and girl) network: Social network formation on university campuses}},
4425 volume = {92},
4426 year = {2008}
4427 }
4428 @article{Marks1994,
4429 abstract = {ABSTRACT Students who are integrated into the regular system have traditionally been constructed in a variety of ways that reflect the philosophies and the policies (both stated and implied) of the relevant educational systems. Within these systems though, students have also constructed views of their own subjectivity, yet their perspectives and perceptions students have seldom been considered. Progressive integration policies, such as that in Victoria, Australia, have attempted to change the way students integrated into the regular education system are constructed. Such constructions however, may still be largely incongruent with the ways students construct themselves. This paper explores the integration policy in Victoria over the last decade, and in order to gain greater insight into the way students are constructed, and construct themselves, by and within the policy, draws on the poetry and diaries of a teenager who has been integrated into the regular school system. ABSTRACT Students who are integrated into the regular system have traditionally been constructed in a variety of ways that reflect the philosophies and the policies (both stated and implied) of the relevant educational systems. Within these systems though, students have also constructed views of their own subjectivity, yet their perspectives and perceptions students have seldom been considered. Progressive integration policies, such as that in Victoria, Australia, have attempted to change the way students integrated into the regular education system are constructed. Such constructions however, may still be largely incongruent with the ways students construct themselves. This paper explores the integration policy in Victoria over the last decade, and in order to gain greater insight into the way students are constructed, and construct themselves, by and within the policy, draws on the poetry and diaries of a teenager who has been integrated into the regular school system.},
4430 author = {Marks, Gen\'{e}e},
4431 doi = {10.1080/09687599466780061},
4432 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/“Armed Now with Hope \ldots” The Construction of the Subjectivity of Students within Integration - Marks.pdf:pdf},
4433 issn = {0968-7599},
4434 journal = {Disability & Society},
4435 month = jan,
4436 number = {1},
4437 pages = {71--84},
4438 publisher = {Routledge},
4439 title = {{“Armed Now with Hope \ldots”: The Construction of the Subjectivity of Students within Integration}},
4440 volume = {9},
4441 year = {1994}
4442 }
4443 @article{Wehmeyer2001,
4444 author = {Wehmeyer, M. L. and Schwartz, M.},
4445 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Disproportionate Representation of Males in Special Education Services Biology, Behavior, or Bias - Wehmeyer, Schwartz.pdf:pdf},
4446 journal = {Education and treatment of children},
4447 number = {1},
4448 pages = {28--45},
4449 title = {{Disproportionate Representation of Males in Special Education Services: Biology, Behavior, or Bias?}},
4450 volume = {24},
4451 year = {2001}
4452 }
4453 @misc{UnitedStatesQuadRugbyAssociation2012,
4454 annote = {date retrieved: 05-04-2012},
4455 author = {{United States Quad Rugby Association}},
4456 title = {{Player & Team Ratings | USQRA}},
4457 url = {http://www.quadrugby.com/player_team_ratings},
4458 year = {2012}
4459 }
4460 @article{Widerstroum-Noga2001,
4461 author = {Widerstroum-Noga, E. G. and Felipe-Cuervo, E. and Yezierski, R. P.},
4462 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Chronic pain after spinal injury Interference with sleep and daily activities - Widerstroum-Noga, Felipe-Cuervo, Yezierski.pdf:pdf},
4463 journal = {Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation},
4464 number = {11},
4465 pages = {1571--1577},
4466 shorttitle = {Chronic pain after spinal injury},
4467 title = {{Chronic pain after spinal injury: Interference with sleep and daily activities}},
4468 volume = {82},
4469 year = {2001}
4470 }
4471 @article{Imrie2004,
4472 author = {Imrie, R},
4473 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Demystifying disability a review of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health - Imrie.pdf:pdf},
4474 journal = {Sociology of health & illness},
4475 title = {{Demystifying disability: a review of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health}},
4476 url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-9566.2004.00391.x/full},
4477 year = {2004}
4478 }
4479 @book{muirhead1982aspects,
4480 annote = {buy},
4481 author = {Muirhead, R.J.},
4482 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1982/Aspects of multivariate statistical theory - Muirhead.pdf:pdf},
4483 publisher = {Wiley Online Library},
4484 title = {{Aspects of multivariate statistical theory}},
4485 url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9780470316559.fmatter/summary},
4486 year = {1982}
4487 }
4488 @article{thomas2000college,
4489 author = {Thomas, S.B.},
4490 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/College students and disability law - Thomas.pdf:pdf},
4491 issn = {0022-4669},
4492 journal = {The Journal of Special Education},
4493 number = {4},
4494 pages = {248--257},
4495 publisher = {SAGE Publications},
4496 title = {{College students and disability law}},
4497 volume = {33},
4498 year = {2000}
4499 }
4500 @misc{hart2004community,
4501 abstract = {Traditionally, youth with learning, cognitive, and intellectual disabilities (LCID) have not been given the option of participating in and thus benefiting from a postsecondary education. There are school districts and community colleges across the country, however, that are creating opportunities for these youth to have the option of meaningful participation in a postsecondary education while still in secondary school (i.e., Dual Enrollment). The present study involved a national survey of 25 postsecondary education options that support youth with LCID in postsecondary education while still enrolled in secondary school as an empirical foundation for future research on these service models. The main findings indicate that although most programs provide some combination of “life-skills” training and community-based instruction combined with employment training, some innovative service models (i.e., Inclusive Programs) focus primarily on inclusive postsecondary educa- tional services for students with LCID. Inclusive programs tend to be relatively new, to serve fewer individuals than other service models, and are more collaborative (i.e., high schools, colleges and adult service agencies support students). Main survey findings are presented and discussed, followed by detailed profiles of six programs, and recommendations for future research are presented.},
4502 annote = {25 community colleges surveyed and was discoveed three types of models were used, seperated, mixed and inclusive models. These vary by college and have strenghts and weaknesses.},
4503 author = {Hart, D. and Mele-McCarthy, J. and Pasternack, R.H. and Zimbrich, K. and Parker, D.R.},
4504 booktitle = {Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities},
4505 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Community college A pathway to success for youth with learning, cognitive, and intellectual disabilities in secondary settings - Hart et al.pdf:pdf},
4506 number = {1},
4507 pages = {54--66},
4508 title = {{Community college: A pathway to success for youth with learning, cognitive, and intellectual disabilities in secondary settings}},
4509 volume = {39},
4510 year = {2004}
4511 }
4512 @article{Rintala,
4513 author = {Rintala, D. H. and Young, M. E. and Hart, K. A. and Clearman, R. R. and Fuhrer, M. J. and Gouvier, W. D. and Coon, R. C. and Fuller, K. H. and Arnoldi, K. R. and Kasser, T.},
4514 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1992/Social support and the well-being of persons with spinal cord injury living in the community - Rintala et al.pdf:pdf},
4515 journal = {Rehabilitation Psychology},
4516 number = {3},
4517 pages = {155--163},
4518 title = {{Social support and the well-being of persons with spinal cord injury living in the community}},
4519 volume = {37},
4520 year = {1992}
4521 }
4522 @article{Krause2004,
4523 author = {Krause, J. S. and DeVivo, M. J. and Jackson, A. B.},
4524 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Health status, community integration, and economic risk factors for mortality after spinal cord injury - Krause, DeVivo, Jackson.pdf:pdf},
4525 journal = {Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation},
4526 number = {11},
4527 pages = {1764--1773},
4528 title = {{Health status, community integration, and economic risk factors for mortality after spinal cord injury}},
4529 volume = {85},
4530 year = {2004}
4531 }
4532 @article{Dovidio2001,
4533 author = {Dovidio, JF and Gaertner, SL},
4534 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Racial, ethnic, and cultural differences in responding to distinctiveness and discrimination on campus Stigma and common group identity - Dovidio, Gaertner.pdf:pdf},
4535 journal = {Journal of Social Issues},
4536 title = {{Racial, ethnic, and cultural differences in responding to distinctiveness and discrimination on campus: Stigma and common group identity}},
4537 url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/0022-4537.00207/full},
4538 year = {2001}
4539 }
4540 @article{Wiegerink2008,
4541 abstract = {OBJECTIVE: To describe the social, intimate and sexual relationships of Dutch adolescents with cerebral palsy compared with their able-bodied age mates. DESIGN: Cross-sectional study. SUBJECTS: A total of 103 adolescents with cerebral palsy without severe learning problems aged 16-20 years. METHODS: We used a structured interview and questionnaires to assess subject characteristics such as age, type of cerebral palsy, gross motor function and level of education. Main outcome measures on social, intimate and sexual relationships are the Life-Habits questionnaire, the Vineland Adaptive Behaviour Scale, and a structured interview developed for Dutch studies in able-bodied persons and persons with spina bifida. Experienced competence was assessed with the Dutch version of the Self-Perception Profile of Adolescents and the Physical Disability Sexual and Body Esteem Scale. These data were compared with matching reference data, mainly from able-bodied (Dutch) adolescents. RESULTS: Approximately 30% of the subjects functioned socially below their age level. Adolescents with cerebral palsy find it difficult to develop intimate relationships and they have less sexual experience than their able-bodied age mates. CONCLUSION: Although adolescents with cerebral palsy do have social relationships, it is difficult for them to develop intimate relationships. They perceive various barriers, but seem to have a positive self-perception.},
4542 author = {Wiegerink, Diana J H G and Roebroeck, Marij E and Donkervoort, Mireille and Cohen-Kettenis, Peggy T and Stam, Henk J},
4543 doi = {10.2340/16501977-0137},
4544 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Social, intimate and sexual relationships of adolescents with cerebral palsy compared with able-bodied age-mates - Wiegerink et al.pdf:pdf},
4545 issn = {1650-1977},
4546 journal = {Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine: Official Journal of the UEMS European Board of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
4547 month = feb,
4548 number = {2},
4549 pages = {112--8},
4550 title = {{Social, intimate and sexual relationships of adolescents with cerebral palsy compared with able-bodied age-mates}},
4551 url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18509575},
4552 volume = {40},
4553 year = {2008}
4554 }
4555 @article{Longden2004,
4556 abstract = {The UK higher education system isincreasingly pre-occupied by matters relatingto student retention and progression tocompletion (Longden 2002c). There is an activedebate on the possible causes with primaryinfluences on the student experience whichdrives the student towards the decision toleave higher education. These influences arearticulated through a political and empiricallanguage but are poorly developed within atheoretical framework capable of providing anintegrated understanding of the process. PierreBourdieu's theory using cultural capital andsocial reproduction provide a useful andimportant alternative conceptual framework tothe interactionist model developed by Tinto(1993). Bourdieu's theory has had someapplication in the US (Berger 2000). This papertentative explores the contribution thatBourdieu's theory has for understanding studentretention within the context of UK highereducation. It draws on transcripts of studentexperience of early departure from full timeundergraduate study to evaluate thisalternative `lens' for interpretingretention.},
4557 annote = {tie into joe lotts article on culture and capital for tintos model if this isnt it.},
4558 author = {Longden, Bernard},
4559 doi = {10.1080/13583883.2004.9967122},
4560 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Interpreting student early departure from higher education through the lens of cultural capital - Longden.pdf:pdf},
4561 issn = {1358-3883},
4562 journal = {Tertiary Education and Management},
4563 keywords = {1990},
4564 month = jan,
4565 number = {2},
4566 pages = {121--138},
4567 publisher = {Springer Netherlands},
4568 title = {{Interpreting student early departure from higher education through the lens of cultural capital}},
4569 volume = {10},
4570 year = {2004}
4571 }
4572 @article{Braxton1989,
4573 author = {Braxton, J. M and Brier, E. M.},
4574 journal = {Review of Higher Education},
4575 number = {1},
4576 pages = {47--61},
4577 shorttitle = {Melding Organizational and Interactional Theories},
4578 title = {{Melding Organizational and Interactional Theories of Student Attrition: A Path Analytic Study}},
4579 volume = {13},
4580 year = {1989}
4581 }
4582 @article{Fuller2004,
4583 author = {Fuller, M},
4584 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Incorporating disabled students within an inclusive higher education environment - Fuller.pdf:pdf},
4585 journal = {Disability & Society},
4586 title = {{Incorporating disabled students within an inclusive higher education environment}},
4587 url = {http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0968759042000235307},
4588 year = {2004}
4589 }
4590 @book{Tinto1987a,
4591 address = {Chicago},
4592 author = {Tinto, Vincent},
4593 publisher = {University Of Chicago Press},
4594 title = {{Leaving college: Rethinking the causes and cures of student attrition.}},
4595 year = {1987}
4596 }
4597 @article{Kennedy2008,
4598 author = {Kennedy, A. and Sawyer, S.},
4599 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Transition from pediatric to adult services are we getting it right - Kennedy, Sawyer.pdf:pdf},
4600 journal = {Current Opinion in Pediatrics},
4601 number = {4},
4602 pages = {403},
4603 title = {{Transition from pediatric to adult services: are we getting it right?}},
4604 volume = {20},
4605 year = {2008}
4606 }
4607 @book{NationalCouncilOnMeasurementInEducation1999,
4608 abstract = {(from the introduction) In the "Standards" three broad categories of test instruments are covered: constructed performance tasks, questionnaires, and to a lesser extent, structured behavior samples. Each chapter begins with introductory text that provides background for the standards that follow. This text is meant to assist in the interpretation of the standards, not to impose additional standards. Although all four parts (of the book) deal with technical issues, each also addresses how technical issues, professional practice, and professional ethics interface.},
4609 author = {{National Council On Measurement In Education}},
4610 booktitle = {Washington DC American Psychological Association American Educational Research Association National Council on Measurement in Education},
4611 institution = {American Educational Research Association, American Psychological Association, and National Council on Measurement in Education},
4612 isbn = {0912704950},
4613 pages = {100},
4614 publisher = {American Educational Research Association},
4615 title = {{Standards for educational and psychological testing}},
4616 url = {http://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&btnG=Search&q=intitle:Standards+for+educational+and+psychological+testing#0},
4617 year = {1999}
4618 }
4619 @article{chamorro2003personality,
4620 author = {Chamorro-Premuzic, T. and Furnham, A.},
4621 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Personality predicts academic performance Evidence from two longitudinal university samples - Chamorro-Premuzic, Furnham.pdf:pdf},
4622 journal = {Journal of Research in Personality},
4623 number = {4},
4624 pages = {319--338},
4625 publisher = {Elsevier},
4626 title = {{Personality predicts academic performance: Evidence from two longitudinal university samples}},
4627 volume = {37},
4628 year = {2003}
4629 }
4630 @misc{sutton,
4631 keywords = {Court Case},
4632 mendeley-tags = {Court Case},
4633 title = {{Sutton V. United Air Lines, Inc. 527 U.S. 471}},
4634 year = {1999}
4635 }
4636 @article{Brusin2008,
4637 author = {Brusin, JH},
4638 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Osteogenesis imperfecta - Brusin.pdf:pdf},
4639 journal = {Radiologic Technology},
4640 title = {{Osteogenesis imperfecta}},
4641 url = {http://radiologictechnology.org/cgi/content/abstract/79/6/535},
4642 year = {2008}
4643 }
4644 @article{Goff2007,
4645 abstract = {Research traditionally has focused on the development of individual symptoms in those who experienced trauma directly but has overlooked the interpersonal impact of trauma. The current study reports data from 45 male Army soldiers who recently returned from a military deployment to Iraq (Operation Iraqi Freedom) or Afghanistan (Operation Enduring Freedom) and their female spouses/partners. The results indicated that increased trauma symptoms, particularly sleep problems, dissociation, and severe sexual problems, in the soldiers significantly predicted lower marital/relationship satisfaction for both soldiers and their female partners. The results suggest that individual trauma symptoms negatively impact relationship satisfaction in military couples in which the husband has been exposed to war trauma. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved)},
4646 author = {Goff, Briana S. Nelson and Crow, Janet R. and Reisbig, Allison M. J. and Hamilton, Stacy},
4647 doi = {doi:10.1037/0893-3200.21.3.344},
4648 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/The impact of individual trauma symptoms of deployed soldiers on relationship satisfaction - Goff et al.pdf:pdf},
4649 issn = {0893-3200 (Print); 1939-1293 (Electronic)},
4650 journal = {Journal of Family Psychology},
4651 keywords = {1990},
4652 number = {3},
4653 pages = {344--353},
4654 title = {{The impact of individual trauma symptoms of deployed soldiers on relationship satisfaction}},
4655 url = {http://psycnet.apa.org/index.cfm?fa=search.displayRecord&uid=2007-12912-002},
4656 volume = {21},
4657 year = {2007}
4658 }
4659 @article{Nosek2003,
4660 author = {Nosek, M. A. and Hughes, R. B. and Swedlund, N. and Taylor, H. B. and Swank, P.},
4661 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Self-esteem and women with disabilities - Nosek et al.pdf:pdf},
4662 journal = {Social Science & Medicine},
4663 number = {8},
4664 pages = {1737--1747},
4665 title = {{Self-esteem and women with disabilities}},
4666 volume = {56},
4667 year = {2003}
4668 }
4669 @article{Westervelt1980,
4670 author = {Westervelt, V. D. and Turnbull, A. P.},
4671 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1980/Children's Attitudes Toward Physically Handicapped Peers and Intervention Approaches for Attitude Change - Westervelt, Turnbull.pdf:pdf},
4672 journal = {Physical Therapy},
4673 number = {7},
4674 pages = {896},
4675 title = {{Children's Attitudes Toward Physically Handicapped Peers and Intervention Approaches for Attitude Change}},
4676 volume = {60},
4677 year = {1980}
4678 }
4679 @article{Mould2003,
4680 author = {Mould, RA},
4681 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Quantum Brain States - Mould.pdf:pdf},
4682 journal = {Foundations of Physics},
4683 title = {{Quantum Brain States}},
4684 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/index/MV4324767284002J.pdf},
4685 year = {2003}
4686 }
4687 @article{Rudolph1999,
4688 abstract = {GABA(A) (gamma-aminobutyric acid(A)) receptors are molecular substrates for the regulation of vigilance, anxiety, muscle tension, epileptogenic activity and memory functions, which is evident from the spectrum of actions elicited by clinically effective drugs acting at their modulatory benzodiazepine-binding site. Here we show, by introducing a histidine-to-arginine point mutation at position 101 of the murine alpha1-subunit gene, that alpha1-type GABA(A) receptors, which are mainly expressed in cortical areas and thalamus, are rendered insensitive to allosteric modulation by benzodiazepine-site ligands, whilst regulation by the physiological neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid is preserved. alpha1(H101R) mice failed to show the sedative, amnesic and partly the anticonvulsant action of diazepam. In contrast, the anxiolytic-like, myorelaxant, motor-impairing and ethanol-potentiating effects were fully retained, and are attributed to the nonmutated GABA(A) receptors found in the limbic system (alpha2, alpha5), in monoaminergic neurons (alpha3) and in motoneurons (alpha2, alpha5). Thus, benzodiazepine-induced behavioural responses are mediated by specific GABA(A) receptor subtypes in distinct neuronal circuits, which is of interest for drug design.},
4689 author = {Rudolph, U and Crestani, F and Benke, D and Br\"{u}nig, I and Benson, J A and Fritschy, J M and Martin, J R and Bluethmann, H and M\"{o}hler, H},
4690 doi = {10.1038/44579},
4691 issn = {0028-0836},
4692 journal = {Nature},
4693 keywords = {1990},
4694 month = oct,
4695 number = {6755},
4696 pages = {796--800},
4697 pmid = {10548105},
4698 title = {{Benzodiazepine actions mediated by specific gamma-aminobutyric acid(A) receptor subtypes}},
4699 url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10548105},
4700 volume = {401},
4701 year = {1999}
4702 }
4703 @article{Reiter,
4704 author = {Reiter, R. J. and Tan, D. X. and Manchester, L. C. and Pilar, T. M. and Flores, L. J. and Koppisepi, S.},
4705 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Medical implications of melatonin receptor-mediated and receptor-independent actions - Reiter et al.pdf:pdf},
4706 journal = {Advances in Medical Sciences},
4707 pages = {11--28},
4708 shorttitle = {Medical implications of melatonin},
4709 title = {{Medical implications of melatonin: receptor-mediated and receptor-independent actions}},
4710 volume = {52},
4711 year = {2007}
4712 }
4713 @article{Sireci2007,
4714 author = {Sireci, S. G.},
4715 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/On validity theory and test validation - Sireci.pdf:pdf},
4716 journal = {Educational Researcher},
4717 number = {8},
4718 pages = {477},
4719 title = {{On validity theory and test validation}},
4720 volume = {36},
4721 year = {2007}
4722 }
4723 @article{Pockett2004,
4724 author = {Pockett, S},
4725 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Does consciousness cause behaviour - Pockett.pdf:pdf},
4726 journal = {Journal of Consciousness Studies},
4727 title = {{Does consciousness cause behaviour?}},
4728 url = {http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/imp/jcs/2004/00000011/00000002/art00002},
4729 year = {2004}
4730 }
4731 @article{McNulty2004,
4732 author = {McNulty, K. and Livneh, H. and Wilson, L. M.},
4733 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Perceived Uncertainty, Spiritual Well-Being, and Psychosocial Adaptation in Individuals With Multiple Sclerosis - McNulty, Livneh, Wilson.pdf:pdf},
4734 journal = {Rehabilitation Psychology},
4735 number = {2},
4736 pages = {91--99},
4737 title = {{Perceived Uncertainty, Spiritual Well-Being, and Psychosocial Adaptation in Individuals With Multiple Sclerosis}},
4738 volume = {49},
4739 year = {2004}
4740 }
4741 @article{AlexanderJ.McNeil2007,
4742 author = {McNeil, Alexander J. and Wendin, Jonathan},
4743 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Bayesian inference for generalized linear mixed models of portfolio credit risk - McNeil, Wendin.pdf:pdf},
4744 journal = {Journal of Empirical Finance},
4745 title = {{Bayesian inference for generalized linear mixed models of portfolio credit risk}},
4746 url = {http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0927539806000430},
4747 year = {2007}
4748 }
4749 @article{Cole1996,
4750 annote = {
4751         What is the article about?
4752         
4753           
4754 
4755         political participation between african american and caucasian women
4756           
4757 
4758           
4759 In the literature review and/or conceptual framework, how do authors talk about the relationship between political participation/orientation and life course experiences, and/or the relationship between political participation/orientation and college experiences?
4760         
4761           
4762 
4763         the main idea is since the womens rights movement was mostly white women they would be more engaged later on and african american women would see it as less important to them. 
4764           
4765 
4766           
4767 What interesting thoughts or assertions did authors make in literature review or discussion that we can use in our paper? (e.g., “the need to promote political participation is essential for our democracy,” “those who do not participate politically are likely to have a highly undemocratic view of the world”) Basically think about things we can use for fodder.
4768         
4769           
4770 
4771         this brings to light the idea of differences in race/gender of political participation, and although the participants here are from the civil rights era we still may want to look at the effects of gender/race and compare that to previous college generations.
4772           
4773 
4774           
4775 What variables or concepts relate to political participation?
4776         
4777           
4778 
4779         how often people participated in specific political behaviors, on a continous scale of self reports.
4780           
4781 
4782           
4783 What are the research questions of the study?
4784         
4785           
4786 
4787         5 hypothesis taken from the article:
4788 Hypothesis I: At midlife, Black women who were young adults during the social movements of the late 1960s and the early 1970s will report that the civil rights movement had a larger impact on their lives than did the women's movement. Conversely, we expect that White women of this cohort will endorse the women's move- ment as having had a greater impact on their subsequent lives than did the civil rights movement.Hypothesis 2: Level of political participation at midlife will be pre- dicted by student activism for both Black and White women.
4789 Hypothesis 3: High scores on measures tapping the construct of political identity will be associated with midlife political participa- tion in women of both racial groups.
4790 Hypothesis 4: Black women will endorse higher levels of power dis- content than will White women; however, power discontent will be associated with midlife political participation for both groups.
4791 Hypothesis 5: Social responsibility will be related to midlife political participation for both Black and White women.
4792           
4793 
4794           
4795 What data was used or collected?
4796         
4797           
4798 
4799         self-report survey mailed to university of michigan alumni.
4800           
4801 
4802           
4803 What methodologies were employed?
4804         
4805           
4806 
4807         factor analysis and group comparisions, MANOVA.
4808           
4809 
4810           
4811 IF SEM, describe model they intend to estimate
4812         
4813           
4814 
4815         NA
4816           
4817 
4818           
4819 What findings were relevant to understanding political participation?
4820         
4821           
4822 
4823         through groups were found out of the factor analysis, political identity, power discontent and social responsibility,  and thesse were differnet between race groups, also the amount of activism spent, which may relate to political participation.
4824           
4825 
4826           
4827 What interesting things stated in the discussion can we use for our paper.  Make sure you cite everything.
4828         
4829           
4830 
4831         while both groups participated differently in the movement, it had similar moderate effect on their mid-life participation, so race may become less of an issue as time goes on (King, 1988). dispels the myth african american women werent interested in civil rights movement, one interesting quote "It supports, instead, the contention that African American women have a "multiple (political) consciousness" corresponding to the "multiple jeop ardy" they experience as members of two relatively disempowered groups (King, 1988)."
4832 
4833         
4834           
4835 List citations of other studies that authors reference of regarding the relationship between political participation/orientation and/or the relationship between life course experiences, and/or political participation and college experiences?
4836         
4837  King, D. (1988). Multiple jeopardy, multiple consciousness: The context of Black feminist ideology. Signs, 14, 42-72.},
4838 author = {Cole, E.R. and Stewart, A.J.},
4839 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/Meanings of political participation among Black and White women Political identity and social responsibility - Cole, Stewart.pdf:pdf},
4840 journal = {Journal of personality and social psychology},
4841 number = {1},
4842 pages = {130},
4843 shorttitle = {Meanings of political participation among Black an},
4844 title = {{Meanings of political participation among Black and White women: Political identity and social responsibility}},
4845 url = {http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/psp/71/1/130/},
4846 volume = {71},
4847 year = {1996}
4848 }
4849 @article{Greenland2000,
4850 abstract = {Background Multilevel modelling, also known as hierarchical regression, generalizes ordinary regression modelling to distinguish multiple levels of information in a model. Use of multiple levels gives rise to an enormous range of statistical benefits. To aid in understanding these benefits, this article provides an elementary introduction to the conceptual basis for multilevel modelling, beginning with classical frequentist, Bayes, and empirical-Bayes techniques as special cases. The article focuses on the role of multilevel averaging ( shrinkage') in the reduction of estimation error, and the role of prior information in finding good averages.},
4851 author = {Greenland, S.},
4852 doi = {10.1093/ije/29.1.158},
4853 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Principles of multilevel modelling - Greenland.pdf:pdf},
4854 issn = {14643685},
4855 journal = {International Journal of Epidemiology},
4856 month = feb,
4857 number = {1},
4858 pages = {158--167},
4859 title = {{Principles of multilevel modelling}},
4860 volume = {29},
4861 year = {2000}
4862 }
4863 @article{Johnston2010,
4864 author = {Johnston, Marie},
4865 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Integrating Models of Disability A reply to Shakespeare and Watson - Johnston.pdf:pdf},
4866 keywords = {Linear Models},
4867 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
4868 number = {February 2012},
4869 pages = {37--41},
4870 title = {{Integrating Models of Disability: A reply to Shakespeare and Watson}},
4871 year = {2010}
4872 }
4873 @article{graham2006stress,
4874 author = {Graham, J.E. and Christian, L.M. and Kiecolt-Glaser, J.K.},
4875 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Stress, age, and immune function Toward a lifespan approach - Graham, Christian, Kiecolt-Glaser.pdf:pdf},
4876 journal = {Journal of Behavioral Medicine},
4877 number = {4},
4878 pages = {389--400},
4879 publisher = {Springer},
4880 title = {{Stress, age, and immune function: Toward a lifespan approach}},
4881 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/index/A1K2K025QU772L05.pdf},
4882 volume = {29},
4883 year = {2006}
4884 }
4885 @article{Rodkin2006,
4886 author = {Rodkin, P. C. and Farmer, T. W. and Pearl, R. and Acker, R. V.},
4887 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/They're cool Social status and peer group supports for aggressive boys and girls - Rodkin et al.pdf:pdf},
4888 journal = {Social Development},
4889 number = {2},
4890 pages = {175},
4891 title = {{They're cool: Social status and peer group supports for aggressive boys and girls}},
4892 volume = {15},
4893 year = {2006}
4894 }
4895 @article{Packham2004,
4896 author = {Packham, J. C.},
4897 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Overview of the psychosocial concerns of young adults with juvenile arthritis - Packham.pdf:pdf},
4898 journal = {Musculoskeletal Care},
4899 number = {1},
4900 title = {{Overview of the psychosocial concerns of young adults with juvenile arthritis}},
4901 volume = {2},
4902 year = {2004}
4903 }
4904 @article{DeMenezes1996,
4905 author = {{De Menezes}, L. M. and Bartholomew, D. J.},
4906 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/New developments in latent structure analysis applied to social attitudes - De Menezes, Bartholomew.pdf:pdf},
4907 journal = {Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society)},
4908 number = {2},
4909 pages = {213--224},
4910 title = {{New developments in latent structure analysis applied to social attitudes}},
4911 volume = {159},
4912 year = {1996}
4913 }
4914 @article{Berger1997,
4915 abstract = {Used concepts from community psychology literature to elaborate a revised version of Tinto's model of individual student departure. Employed a longitudinal analysis of 718 college students. Results indicate that students' sense of community in their residence halls was a source of social integration and a precursor to student departure decisions. (RJM)},
4916 author = {Berger, Joseph B.},
4917 issn = {0897-5264},
4918 journal = {Journal of College Student Development},
4919 keywords = {1990},
4920 number = {5},
4921 pages = {441--52},
4922 title = {{Students' Sense of Community in Residence Halls, Social Integration, and First-Year Persistence}},
4923 volume = {38},
4924 year = {1997}
4925 }
4926 @book{Ghorpade2009,
4927 address = {New York},
4928 annote = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-1-4419-1620-4},
4929 author = {Ghorpade, S. R. and Limaye, B. V.},
4930 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/A Course in Multivariable Calculus and Analysis - Ghorpade, Limaye.pdf:pdf},
4931 keywords = {Mathematics},
4932 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
4933 publisher = {Springer},
4934 title = {{A Course in Multivariable Calculus and Analysis}},
4935 year = {2009}
4936 }
4937 @article{Barnes2001,
4938 author = {Barnes, LLB and Bull, KS},
4939 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Effects of academic discipline and teaching goals in predicting grading beliefs among undergraduate teaching faculty - Barnes, Bull.pdf:pdf},
4940 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
4941 number = {4},
4942 pages = {455--467},
4943 title = {{Effects of academic discipline and teaching goals in predicting grading beliefs among undergraduate teaching faculty}},
4944 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/index/t4711nn76563k289.pdf},
4945 volume = {42},
4946 year = {2001}
4947 }
4948 @book{Durrett2009,
4949 annote = {Buy This Book!!!!},
4950 author = {Durrett, Rick},
4951 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Elementary Probability for Applications - Durrett.pdf:pdf},
4952 keywords = {Probability},
4953 mendeley-tags = {Probability},
4954 title = {{Elementary Probability for Applications}},
4955 year = {2009}
4956 }
4957 @book{mackinnon2008introduction,
4958 author = {MacKinnon, D.P.},
4959 publisher = {Erlbaum Psych Press},
4960 title = {{Introduction to statistical mediation analysis}},
4961 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=qg0Eiz1ZmagC&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PP1&amp;dq=Causal+Mediation+Analysis+Using+R&amp;ots=hRJqICZjSV&amp;sig=uNL1vAzanEi3AJnsh46yuSBae6g},
4962 year = {2008}
4963 }
4964 @book{Brink2010,
4965 author = {Brink, David},
4966 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Essentials of Statistics - Brink.pdf:pdf},
4967 isbn = {978-87-7681-408-3},
4968 keywords = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
4969 mendeley-tags = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
4970 pages = {103},
4971 publisher = {David Brink & Ventus Publishing ApS},
4972 title = {{Essentials of Statistics}},
4973 year = {2010}
4974 }
4975 @article{Hall1995,
4976 author = {Hall, Richard C.W.},
4977 doi = {10.1016/S0033-3182(95)71666-8},
4978 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1995/Global Assessment of Functioning - Hall.pdf:pdf},
4979 issn = {00333182},
4980 journal = {Psychosomatics},
4981 month = may,
4982 number = {3},
4983 pages = {267--275},
4984 title = {{Global Assessment of Functioning}},
4985 url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0033-3182(95)71666-8},
4986 volume = {36},
4987 year = {1995}
4988 }
4989 @article{Cummings2009,
4990 abstract = {When a study outcome is rare in all strata used for an analysis, the odds ratio estimate of causal effects will approximate the risk ratio; therefore, odds ratios from most case-control studies can be interpreted as risk ratios. However, if a study outcome is common, the odds ratio will be further from 1 than the risk ratio. There is debate regarding the merits of risk ratios compared with odds ratios for the analysis of trials and cohort and cross-sectional studies with common outcomes. Odds ratios are conveniently symmetrical with regard to the outcome definition; the odds ratio for outcome Y is the inverse of the odds ratio for the outcome not Y. Risk ratios lack this symmetry, so it may be necessary to present 1 risk ratio for outcome Y and another for outcome not Y. Risk ratios, but not odds ratios, have a mathematical property called collapsibility; this means that the size of the risk ratio will not change if adjustment is made for a variable that is not a confounder. Because of collapsibility, the risk ratio, assuming no confounding, has a useful interpretation as the ratio change in average risk due to exposure among the exposed. Because odds ratios are not collapsible, they usually lack any interpretation either as the change in average odds or the average change in odds (the average odds ratio).},
4991 author = {Cummings, Peter},
4992 doi = {10.1001/archpediatrics.2009.31},
4993 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/The relative merits of risk ratios and odds ratios - Cummings.pdf:pdf},
4994 issn = {1538-3628},
4995 journal = {Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine},
4996 keywords = {1990},
4997 month = may,
4998 number = {5},
4999 pages = {438--445},
5000 pmid = {19414690},
5001 title = {{The relative merits of risk ratios and odds ratios}},
5002 volume = {163},
5003 year = {2009}
5004 }
5005 @article{Advocates1999,
5006 author = {{Disability Rights Advocates}},
5007 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/Forgotten Crimes The Holocaust and People with Disabilities a Report - Disability Rights Advocates.pdf:pdf},
5008 title = {{Forgotten Crimes: The Holocaust and People with Disabilities; a Report}},
5009 year = {1999}
5010 }
5011 @article{Fairbanks2007,
5012 author = {Fairbanks, S. and Sugai, G. and Guardino, D. and Lathrop, M.},
5013 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Response to intervention Examining classroom behavior support in second grade - Fairbanks et al.pdf:pdf},
5014 journal = {Exceptional Children},
5015 number = {3},
5016 pages = {288},
5017 title = {{Response to intervention: Examining classroom behavior support in second grade}},
5018 volume = {73},
5019 year = {2007}
5020 }
5021 @article{Braxton1988,
5022 author = {Braxton, J. M and Duster, M. and Pascarella, E. T.},
5023 journal = {Journal of College Student Development},
5024 number = {3},
5025 pages = {263--72},
5026 shorttitle = {Causal Modeling and Path Analysis},
5027 title = {{Causal Modeling and Path Analysis: An Introduction and an Illustration in Student Attrition Research}},
5028 volume = {29},
5029 year = {1988}
5030 }
5031 @article{Ellison2007,
5032 author = {Ellison, N. B. and Steinfield, C. and Lampe, C.},
5033 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/The Benefits of Facebook HFriends” Social Capital and College Students' Use of Online Social Network Sites - Ellison, Steinfield, Lampe.pdf:pdf},
5034 journal = {Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication},
5035 number = {4},
5036 pages = {1143--1168},
5037 shorttitle = {The Benefits of Facebook HFriends},
5038 title = {{The Benefits of Facebook HFriends:” Social Capital and College Students' Use of Online Social Network Sites}},
5039 volume = {12},
5040 year = {2007}
5041 }
5042 @article{Wright1997,
5043 author = {Wright, S. C. and Aron, A. and McLaughlin-Volpe, T. and Ropp, S. A.},
5044 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/The extended contact effect Knowledge of cross-group friendships and prejudice - Wright et al.pdf:pdf},
5045 journal = {Journal of Personality and Social Psychology},
5046 pages = {73--90},
5047 title = {{The extended contact effect: Knowledge of cross-group friendships and prejudice}},
5048 volume = {73},
5049 year = {1997}
5050 }
5051 @book{Umbarger2010,
5052 author = {Umbarger, Dan},
5053 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Explaining Logarithms A Progression Of Ideas Illuminating An Important Mathematical Concept - Umbarger.pdf:pdf},
5054 keywords = {Mathematics},
5055 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
5056 title = {{Explaining Logarithms A Progression Of Ideas Illuminating An Important Mathematical Concept}},
5057 year = {2010}
5058 }
5059 @article{Travis2004,
5060 author = {Travis, L. A. and Lyness, J. M. and Shields, C. G. and King, D. A. and Cox, C.},
5061 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Social Support, Depression, and Functional Disability in Older Adult Primary-Care Patients - Travis et al.pdf:pdf},
5062 journal = {American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry},
5063 pages = {265--271},
5064 title = {{Social Support, Depression, and Functional Disability in Older Adult Primary-Care Patients}},
5065 volume = {12},
5066 year = {2004}
5067 }
5068 @book{Richardson2010,
5069 author = {Richardson, Thomas},
5070 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Review of Math Stats - Richardson.pdf:pdf},
5071 title = {{Review of Math Stats}},
5072 year = {2010}
5073 }
5074 @article{Underhill2007,
5075 author = {Underhill, K},
5076 journal = {Bmj},
5077 title = {{Sexual abstinence only programmes to prevent HIV infection in high income countries: systematic review}},
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5079 year = {2007}
5080 }
5081 @article{Antonak1991,
5082 author = {Antonak, RF and Livneh, H.},
5083 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1991/A hierarchy of reactions to disability - Antonak, Livneh.pdf:pdf},
5084 journal = {International Journal of Rehabilitation Research},
5085 number = {1},
5086 pages = {13},
5087 title = {{A hierarchy of reactions to disability}},
5088 volume = {14},
5089 year = {1991}
5090 }
5091 @article{Thaheld2005,
5092 author = {Thaheld, F. H.},
5093 journal = {BioSystems},
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5096 title = {{Does consciousness really collapse the wave function? A possible objective biophysical resolution of the measurement problem}},
5097 volume = {81},
5098 year = {2005}
5099 }
5100 @article{brown1981biochemical,
5101 author = {Brown, D.M.},
5102 journal = {Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research},
5103 pages = {75},
5104 title = {{Biochemical abnormalities in osteogenesis imperfecta}},
5105 url = {http://journals.lww.com/corr/Abstract/1981/09000/Biochemical_Abnormalities_in_Osteogenesis.10.aspx},
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5107 year = {1981}
5108 }
5109 @article{Appleton1997,
5110 author = {Appleton, P. L. and Elis, N. C. and Minchom, P. E. and Lawson, V. and Boll, V. and Jones, P.},
5111 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Depressive Symptoms and Self-Concept in Young People with Spina Bifida - Appleton et al.pdf:pdf},
5112 journal = {Journal of Pediatric Psychology},
5113 number = {5},
5114 pages = {707--722},
5115 title = {{Depressive Symptoms and Self-Concept in Young People with Spina Bifida}},
5116 volume = {22},
5117 year = {1997}
5118 }
5119 @article{Bauer2003a,
5120 author = {Bauer, Daniel J. and Curran, Patrick J.},
5121 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Distributional assumptions of growth mixture models Implications for overextraction of latent trajectory classes - Bauer, Curran.pdf:pdf},
5122 journal = {Psychological Methods},
5123 number = {3},
5124 pages = {384--393},
5125 title = {{Overextraction of Latent Trajectory Classes: Much Ado About Nothing? Reply to Rindskopf (2003), Muthen (2003), and Cudeck and Henly (2003)}},
5126 url = {http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/met/8/3/384/},
5127 volume = {8},
5128 year = {2003}
5129 }
5130 @article{ORBACH1982,
5131 abstract = {The efficiency of induced self-esteem in reducing various deficits caused by learned helplessness was tested in this study. Sixty undergraduate students were divided into three equal groups. The first group received uncontrollability treatment, the second received controllability treatment, and the third received no treatment. The subjects in the first two groups were asked to reduce the anxiety reaction of a confederate, as shown on an oscilloscope, by talking to him. The anxiety waves were shown on the oscilloscope and were preprogrammed so that subjects in the uncontrollability treatment group experienced lack of control over the results, while the ones in the controllability group were led to belive that they successfully controlled the changes of the confederate's anxiety. Then, half of the subjects in each of the three groups received positive feedback on their personality, while the other half received no feedback. In the last phase all subjects participated in a word recognition task using a tachistoscope operated by a combined push-button and microphone device. Response latency, number of correct identifications, and persistence in the task were recorded. In addition, the subjects completed a mood scale. The results indicate that subjects who received induced self-esteem treatment showed significantly more deficit reversal as reflected in response latency, persistence, feelings of potency, and sadness. The results are discussed in relation to (a) the assumption regarding the similarities between learned helplessness and depression, and (b) the usefulness of induced self-esteem as a form of treatment for helplessness depression.},
5132 author = {Orbach, I},
5133 doi = {10.1016/0092-6566(82)90009-5},
5134 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1982/The elimination of learned helplessness deficits as a function of induced self-esteem - Orbach.pdf:pdf},
5135 issn = {00926566},
5136 journal = {Journal of Research in Personality},
5137 month = dec,
5138 number = {4},
5139 pages = {511--523},
5140 title = {{The elimination of learned helplessness deficits as a function of induced self-esteem}},
5141 url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0092-6566(82)90009-5},
5142 volume = {16},
5143 year = {1982}
5144 }
5145 @article{Wilks1935,
5146 author = {Wilks, SS},
5147 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1935/The likelihood test of independence in contingency tables - Wilks.pdf:pdf},
5148 journal = {The annals of mathematical statistics},
5149 number = {4},
5150 pages = {190--196},
5151 title = {{The likelihood test of independence in contingency tables}},
5152 volume = {6},
5153 year = {1935}
5154 }
5155 @article{Sheehan2003,
5156 author = {Sheehan, D. V. and {Gloria Mao}, C.},
5157 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Paroxetine Treatment of Generalized Anxiety Disorder - Sheehan, Gloria Mao.pdf:pdf},
5158 journal = {Psychopharmacology Bulletin},
5159 pages = {64--75},
5160 title = {{Paroxetine Treatment of Generalized Anxiety Disorder}},
5161 volume = {37},
5162 year = {2003}
5163 }
5164 @book{casella2001statistical,
5165 annote = {buy},
5166 author = {Casella, G. and Berger, R.L.},
5167 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Statistical inference - Casella, Berger.pdf:pdf},
5168 keywords = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
5169 mendeley-tags = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
5170 publisher = {Duxbury Press},
5171 title = {{Statistical inference}},
5172 url = {http://www.citeulike.org/group/108/article/105644},
5173 year = {2001}
5174 }
5175 @article{Rubel1960,
5176 author = {Rubel, A. J.},
5177 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1960/Concepts of disease in Mexican-American culture - Rubel.pdf:pdf},
5178 journal = {American Anthropologist},
5179 pages = {795--814},
5180 title = {{Concepts of disease in Mexican-American culture}},
5181 year = {1960}
5182 }
5183 @article{hubbard2009attitudes,
5184 author = {Hubbard, S.M. and Stage, F.K.},
5185 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Attitudes, Perceptions, and Preferences of Faculty at Hispanic Serving and Predominantly Black Institutions - Hubbard, Stage.pdf:pdf},
5186 issn = {1538-4640},
5187 journal = {The Journal of Higher Education},
5188 number = {3},
5189 pages = {270--289},
5190 publisher = {The Ohio State University Press},
5191 title = {{Attitudes, Perceptions, and Preferences of Faculty at Hispanic Serving and Predominantly Black Institutions}},
5192 url = {http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_higher_education/v080/80.3.hubbard.html},
5193 volume = {80},
5194 year = {2009}
5195 }
5196 @book{Ghorpade2006,
5197 annote = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-0-387-30530-1},
5198 author = {Ghorpade, Sudhir R. and Limaye, Balmohan V.},
5199 doi = {10.1007/0-387-36425-0},
5200 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/A Course in Calculus and Real Analysis - Ghorpade, Limaye.pdf:pdf},
5201 isbn = {978-0-387-30530-1},
5202 keywords = {Mathematics},
5203 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
5204 publisher = {Springer New York},
5205 series = {Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics},
5206 title = {{A Course in Calculus and Real Analysis}},
5207 year = {2006}
5208 }
5209 @book{baker1995,
5210 address = {New York},
5211 author = {Baker, James Addison and DeFrank, Thomas M.},
5212 isbn = {0399140875},
5213 pages = {687},
5214 publisher = {Putnam Adult},
5215 title = {{The Politics of Diplomacy}},
5216 year = {1995}
5217 }
5218 @incollection{King,
5219 address = {San Francisco},
5220 author = {King, J. P. and Hernandez, J and Lott, J},
5221 booktitle = {Multilevel Modeling: Techniques and Applications in Institutional Research},
5222 chapter = {3},
5223 editor = {Lott, J. and Anthony, J.},
5224 publisher = {Jossey-Bass},
5225 title = {{Using existing data sources/programs and multilevel modeling techniques for questions in institutional research}},
5226 year = {2012}
5227 }
5228 @article{Rapoport2005,
5229 author = {Rapoport, M. J. and McCullagh, S. and Shammi, P. and Feinstein, A.},
5230 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Cognitive Impairment Associated With Major Depression Following Mild and Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury - Rapoport et al.pdf:pdf},
5231 pages = {61--65},
5232 title = {{Cognitive Impairment Associated With Major Depression Following Mild and Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury}},
5233 volume = {17},
5234 year = {2005}
5235 }
5236 @article{Tierney1994,
5237 author = {Tierney, L},
5238 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/Markov chains for exploring posterior distributions - Tierney.pdf:pdf},
5239 journal = {the Annals of Statistics},
5240 title = {{Markov chains for exploring posterior distributions}},
5241 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/2242477},
5242 year = {1994}
5243 }
5244 @book{Christensen2010,
5245 annote = {Purchased from: Google Books},
5246 author = {Christensen, R},
5247 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Bayesian ideas and data analysis An introduction for scientists and statisticians - Christensen.pdf:pdf},
5248 keywords = {Bayes},
5249 mendeley-tags = {Bayes},
5250 title = {{Bayesian ideas and data analysis: An introduction for scientists and statisticians}},
5251 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=qPERhCbePNcC&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PP1&amp;dq=Bayesian+Ideas+and+Data+Analysis:+An+Introduction+for+Scientists+and+Statisticians&amp;ots=L8rTZtjqIG&amp;sig=j2zg9wZ3qFyJ-fE4U9_2ascGMxQ},
5252 year = {2010}
5253 }
5254 @article{lennerlöf1988learned,
5255 author = {Lennerl\"{o}f, L.},
5256 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1988/Learned helplessness at work - Lennerl\"{o}f.pdf:pdf},
5257 journal = {International Journal of Health Services},
5258 number = {2},
5259 publisher = {Baywood},
5260 title = {{Learned helplessness at work}},
5261 volume = {18},
5262 year = {1988}
5263 }
5264 @article{Anderson2006,
5265 author = {Anderson, G. F. and Frogner, B. K. and Johns, R. A. and Reinhardt, U. E.},
5266 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Health care spending and use of information technology in OECD countries - Anderson et al.pdf:pdf},
5267 journal = {Health Affairs},
5268 number = {3},
5269 pages = {819},
5270 title = {{Health care spending and use of information technology in OECD countries}},
5271 volume = {25},
5272 year = {2006}
5273 }
5274 @article{Stage1989,
5275 abstract = {The academic and social integration of college students has been the focus of much recent research. The Tinto model of college student withdrawal focused on the constructs as explanation for commitment to goals and persistence. Research results suggested that perhaps reciprocal relationships existed between academic and social integration. Significant influences from academic integration to social integration and vice-versa indicated differing reciprocal effects for males and females.},
5276 author = {Stage, Frances K.},
5277 doi = {10.1007/BF00992201},
5278 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1989/Reciprocal effects between the academic and social integration of college students - Stage.pdf:pdf},
5279 issn = {0361-0365},
5280 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
5281 keywords = {1990},
5282 month = oct,
5283 number = {5},
5284 pages = {517--530},
5285 publisher = {Springer Netherlands},
5286 title = {{Reciprocal effects between the academic and social integration of college students}},
5287 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/nq48t3r5785737r3/},
5288 volume = {30},
5289 year = {1989}
5290 }
5291 @article{Crane2007,
5292 author = {Crane, P. K. and Gibbons, L. E. and Ocepek-Welikson, K. and Cook, K. and Cella, D. and Narasimhalu, K. and Hays, R. D. and Teresi, J. A.},
5293 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/A comparison of three sets of criteria for determining the presence of differential item functioning using ordinal logistic regression - Crane et al.pdf:pdf},
5294 journal = {Quality of Life Research},
5295 pages = {69--84},
5296 title = {{A comparison of three sets of criteria for determining the presence of differential item functioning using ordinal logistic regression}},
5297 volume = {16},
5298 year = {2007}
5299 }
5300 @misc{Kitzmiller,
5301 author = {Kitzmiller, T.},
5302 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District - Kitzmiller.pdf:pdf},
5303 title = {{Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District}},
5304 year = {2005}
5305 }
5306 @article{R.D.HaysandD.HadorD1992,
5307 author = {Hays, R. D. and Hadorn, D.},
5308 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1992/Responsiveness to change an aspect of validity, not a separate dimension - Hays, Hadorn.pdf:pdf},
5309 journal = {Quality of Life Research},
5310 title = {{Responsiveness to change: an aspect of validity, not a separate dimension}},
5311 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/index/X82235327X506364.pdf},
5312 year = {1992}
5313 }
5314 @article{Rubin1986,
5315 author = {Rubin, Donald B. and Schenker, Nathaniel},
5316 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1986/Multiple Imputation for Interval Estimation From Simple Random Samples With Ignorable Nonresponse - Rubin, Schenker.pdf:pdf},
5317 journal = {Journal of the American Statistical Association},
5318 number = {394},
5319 pages = {366 -- 374},
5320 title = {{Multiple Imputation for Interval Estimation From Simple Random Samples With Ignorable Nonresponse}},
5321 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/2289225},
5322 volume = {81},
5323 year = {1986}
5324 }
5325 @article{Ablon2002,
5326 author = {Ablon, J.},
5327 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/The nature of stigma and medical conditions - Ablon.pdf:pdf},
5328 journal = {Epilepsy and Behavior},
5329 number = {6S2},
5330 pages = {2--9},
5331 title = {{The nature of stigma and medical conditions}},
5332 volume = {3},
5333 year = {2002}
5334 }
5335 @book{Ciaccio2012a,
5336 author = {Ciaccio, A Di},
5337 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2012/Advanced Statistical Methods for the Analysis of Large Data-Sets - Ciaccio.pdf:pdf},
5338 keywords = {Linear Models,Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
5339 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models,Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
5340 title = {{Advanced Statistical Methods for the Analysis of Large Data-Sets}},
5341 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=lsKZtkrVohsC&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PR5&amp;dq=Advanced+Statistical+Methods+for+the+Analysis+of+Large+Data-Sets&amp;ots=MgzexnLuQF&amp;sig=Tf-jGRdsGwgapwP3N1pxmuFLaeM},
5342 year = {2012}
5343 }
5344 @article{Fowler2008,
5345 abstract = {Scholars have recently extended the traditional calculus of participation model by adding a term for benefits to others. We advance this work by distinguishing theoretically a concern for others in general (altruism) from a concern for others in certain groups (social identification). We posit that both concerns generate increased benefits from participation. To test these theories, we use allocations in dictator games towards an unidentified anonymous recipient and two recipients identified only as a registered Democrat or a registered Republican. These allocations permit a distinction between altruism and social identification. The results show that both altruism and social identification significantly increase political participation. The results also demonstrate the usefulness of incorporating benefits that stem from sources beyond material self-interest into rational choice models of participation.},
5346 author = {Fowler, James H. and Kam, Cindy D.},
5347 doi = {10.1111/j.1468-2508.2007.00577.x},
5348 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Beyond the Self Social Identity, Altruism, and Political Participation - Fowler, Kam.pdf:pdf},
5349 issn = {0022-3816},
5350 journal = {The Journal of Politics},
5351 month = jul,
5352 number = {03},
5353 pages = {15},
5354 publisher = {Wiley-Blackwell},
5355 title = {{Beyond the Self: Social Identity, Altruism, and Political Participation}},
5356 url = {http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/bpl/jopo/2007/00000069/00000003/art00017},
5357 volume = {69},
5358 year = {2008}
5359 }
5360 @article{Haaken2000,
5361 author = {Haaken, J. and Lamb, S.},
5362 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/The politics of child sexual abuse research - Haaken, Lamb.pdf:pdf},
5363 journal = {Society},
5364 number = {4},
5365 pages = {7--14},
5366 title = {{The politics of child sexual abuse research}},
5367 volume = {37},
5368 year = {2000}
5369 }
5370 @article{RN2001,
5371 author = {Joachim, Gloria and Acorn, Sonia},
5372 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Stigma of visible and invisible chronic conditions - Joachim, Acorn.pdf:pdf},
5373 journal = {Journal of Advanced Nursing},
5374 number = {1},
5375 pages = {243--248},
5376 title = {{Stigma of visible and invisible chronic conditions}},
5377 volume = {32},
5378 year = {2001}
5379 }
5380 @article{Fichten1985,
5381 author = {Fichten, C. S. and Compton, V. and Amsel, Rhonda},
5382 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1985/Imagined empathy and attributions concerning activity preferences of physically disabled college students - Fichten, Compton, Amsel.pdf:pdf},
5383 journal = {Rehabilitation Psychology},
5384 number = {4},
5385 pages = {235--239},
5386 title = {{Imagined empathy and attributions concerning activity preferences of physically disabled college students}},
5387 volume = {30},
5388 year = {1985}
5389 }
5390 @article{imai2010identification,
5391 author = {Imai, K. and Keele, L. and Yamamoto, T.},
5392 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Identification, inference and sensitivity analysis for causal mediation effects - Imai, Keele, Yamamoto.pdf:pdf},
5393 journal = {Statistical Science},
5394 number = {1},
5395 pages = {51--71},
5396 publisher = {Institute of Mathematical Statistics},
5397 title = {{Identification, inference and sensitivity analysis for causal mediation effects}},
5398 url = {http://projecteuclid.org/euclid.ss/1280841733},
5399 volume = {25},
5400 year = {2010}
5401 }
5402 @article{long2007does,
5403 author = {Long, J. and Holden, J.M.},
5404 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Does the arousal system contribute to near-death and out-of-body experiences A summary and response - Long, Holden.pdf:pdf},
5405 journal = {Journal of Near-Death Studies},
5406 pages = {135--169},
5407 title = {{Does the arousal system contribute to near-death and out-of-body experiences? A summary and response}},
5408 url = {http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=Does+the+Arousal+System+Contribute+to+Near-Death+and+Out-of-Body+Experiences?+A+Summary+and+Response#0},
5409 volume = {25},
5410 year = {2007}
5411 }
5412 @article{tinto1997classrooms,
5413 author = {Tinto, Vincent},
5414 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Colleges as communities Taking research on student persistence seriously - Tinto.pdf:pdf},
5415 journal = {Journal of higher education},
5416 number = {2},
5417 pages = {167--177},
5418 publisher = {The Johns Hopkins University Press},
5419 title = {{Colleges as communities: Taking research on student persistence seriously}},
5420 volume = {21},
5421 year = {1997}
5422 }
5423 @book{M.M.RAOR.J.SWIFT2006,
5424 address = {New York},
5425 author = {Rao, M. M. and Swift, R. J.},
5426 doi = {10.1007/0-387-27731-5},
5427 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Probability Theory with Applications - Rao, Swift.pdf:pdf},
5428 isbn = {0-387-27730-7},
5429 keywords = {Probability},
5430 mendeley-tags = {Probability},
5431 publisher = {Springer-Verlag},
5432 series = {Mathematics and Its Applications},
5433 title = {{Probability Theory with Applications}},
5434 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-0-387-27730-1/},
5435 volume = {582},
5436 year = {2006}
5437 }
5438 @article{Pym2005,
5439 author = {Pym, L. J. and Cook, S. M. and Rosahl, T. and McKernan, R. M. and Atack, J. R.},
5440 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Selective labelling of diazepam-insensitive GABA A receptors in vivo using 3 H Ro 15-4513 - Pym et al.pdf:pdf},
5441 journal = {British Journal of Pharmacology},
5442 pages = {817--825},
5443 title = {{Selective labelling of diazepam-insensitive GABA A receptors in vivo using [3 H] Ro 15-4513}},
5444 volume = {146},
5445 year = {2005}
5446 }
5447 @article{Perry2000,
5448 abstract = {The current study explored the extent to which college graduates with and without physical disabilities reported experiencing discrimination in their overall work histories. Resufts suggested that respondents with disabilities reported experiencing significantly more access discrimination than respondents without disabilities and that the specific type of physical disability influenced the extent of access discrimination experienced. There were no significant differences in the extent of treatment discrimination experienced by individuals with and without disabilities. The current study also explored the level of job satisfaction reported by currently employed respondents with and without physical disabilities. Results indicated that access discrimination significantly reduced current job satisfaction, and, when it was statistically controlled, individuals with disabilities reported marginally higher levels of job satisfaction than individuals without physical disabilities. These and other resufts are presented and their implications are discussed.},
5449 author = {Perry, E. L. and Hendricks, W. and Broadbent, E.},
5450 doi = {10.1177/0018726700537002},
5451 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/An Exploration of Access and Treatment Discrimination and Job Satisfaction among College Graduates with and without Physical Disabilities - Perry, Hendricks, Broadbent.pdf:pdf},
5452 issn = {0018-7267},
5453 journal = {Human Relations},
5454 month = jul,
5455 number = {7},
5456 pages = {923--955},
5457 title = {{An Exploration of Access and Treatment Discrimination and Job Satisfaction among College Graduates with and without Physical Disabilities}},
5458 volume = {53},
5459 year = {2000}
5460 }
5461 @article{jimerson2002exploring,
5462 author = {Jimerson, S.R. and Ferguson, P. and Whipple, A.D. and Anderson, G. E. and Dalton, M.J.},
5463 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Exploring the association between grade retention and dropout A longitudinal study examining socio-emotional, behavioral, and achievement characteristics of retained students - Jimerson et al.pdf:pdf},
5464 journal = {The California School Psychologist},
5465 pages = {51--62},
5466 title = {{Exploring the association between grade retention and dropout: A longitudinal study examining socio-emotional, behavioral, and achievement characteristics of retained students}},
5467 volume = {7},
5468 year = {2002}
5469 }
5470 @article{Asch2001,
5471 author = {Asch, A.},
5472 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Critical Race Theory, Feminism, and Disability Reflections on Social Justice and Personal Identity - Asch.pdf:pdf},
5473 journal = {Ohio State Law Journal},
5474 pages = {391},
5475 shorttitle = {Critical Race Theory, Feminism, and Disability},
5476 title = {{Critical Race Theory, Feminism, and Disability: Reflections on Social Justice and Personal Identity}},
5477 volume = {62},
5478 year = {2001}
5479 }
5480 @article{Hoeting1996a,
5481 abstract = {We suggest a method for simultaneous variable selection and outlier identification based on the computation of posterior model probabilities. This avoids the problem that the model you select depends upon the order in which variable selection and outlier identification are carried out. Our method can find multiple outliers and appears to be successful in identifying masked outliers. We also address the problem of model uncertainty via Bayesian model averaging. For problems where the number of models is large, we suggest a Markov chain Monte Carlo approach to approximate the Bayesian model average over the space of all possible variables and outliers under consideration. Software for implementing this approach is described. In an example, we show that model averaging via simultaneous variable selection and outlier identification improves predictive performance and provides more accurate prediction intervals as compared to any single model that might reasonably be selected.},
5482 author = {Hoeting, J},
5483 doi = {10.1016/0167-9473(95)00053-4},
5484 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/A method for simultaneous variable selection and outlier identification in linear regression - Hoeting.pdf:pdf},
5485 issn = {01679473},
5486 journal = {Computational Statistics & Data Analysis},
5487 month = jul,
5488 number = {3},
5489 pages = {251--270},
5490 title = {{A method for simultaneous variable selection and outlier identification in linear regression}},
5491 url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0167-9473(95)00053-4},
5492 volume = {22},
5493 year = {1996}
5494 }
5495 @article{Palmer2009,
5496 author = {Palmer, RT},
5497 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Exploring challenges that threaten to impede the academic success of academically underprepared Black males at an HBCU - Palmer.pdf:pdf},
5498 journal = {Journal of College Student Development},
5499 title = {{Exploring challenges that threaten to impede the academic success of academically underprepared Black males at an HBCU}},
5500 url = {http://works.bepress.com/robert_palmer/2/},
5501 year = {2009}
5502 }
5503 @article{Kazak1997,
5504 author = {Kazak, A. E. and Barakat, L. P. and Meeske, K. and Christakis, D. and Meadows, A. T. and Casey, R. and Penati, B. and Stuber, M. L.},
5505 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Posttraumatic stress, family functioning, and social support in survivors of childhood leukemia and their mothers and fathers - Kazak et al.pdf:pdf},
5506 journal = {Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology},
5507 number = {1},
5508 pages = {120--129},
5509 title = {{Posttraumatic stress, family functioning, and social support in survivors of childhood leukemia and their mothers and fathers}},
5510 volume = {65},
5511 year = {1997}
5512 }
5513 @article{Elliott1991,
5514 author = {Elliott, T. R. and Herrick, S. M. and Patti, A. M. and Witty, T. E. and Godshall, F. J. and Spruell, M.},
5515 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1991/Assertiveness, social support, and psychological adjustment following spinal cord injury - Elliott et al.pdf:pdf},
5516 journal = {Behaviour Research and Therapy},
5517 number = {5},
5518 pages = {485--93},
5519 title = {{Assertiveness, social support, and psychological adjustment following spinal cord injury}},
5520 volume = {29},
5521 year = {1991}
5522 }
5523 @article{Metzner1987,
5524 author = {Metzner, B. S and Bean, J. P},
5525 journal = {Research in higher education},
5526 number = {1},
5527 pages = {15--38},
5528 title = {{The estimation of a conceptual model of nontraditional undergraduate student attrition}},
5529 volume = {27},
5530 year = {1987}
5531 }
5532 @article{lee2008randomized,
5533 author = {Lee, D.S.},
5534 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Randomized experiments from non-random selection in US House elections - Lee.pdf:pdf},
5535 issn = {0304-4076},
5536 journal = {Journal of Econometrics},
5537 number = {2},
5538 pages = {675--697},
5539 publisher = {Elsevier},
5540 title = {{Randomized experiments from non-random selection in US House elections}},
5541 url = {http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0304407607001121},
5542 volume = {142},
5543 year = {2008}
5544 }
5545 @article{Belch2004,
5546 author = {Belch, HA},
5547 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Retention and students with disabilities - Belch.pdf:pdf},
5548 journal = {Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice},
5549 number = {1},
5550 pages = {3--22},
5551 title = {{Retention and students with disabilities}},
5552 volume = {6},
5553 year = {2004}
5554 }
5555 @article{Dahl2002,
5556 annote = {...: an introduction and discussion of its potential impact on rehabilitation services and research},
5557 author = {Dahl, TH},
5558 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/International classification of functioning, disability and health - Dahl.pdf:pdf},
5559 journal = {Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine},
5560 title = {{International classification of functioning, disability and health}},
5561 url = {http://www.medicaljournals.se/jrm/content/download.php?doi=10.1080/165019702760279170},
5562 year = {2002}
5563 }
5564 @article{Goodwin2003,
5565 abstract = {The treatment of validity in the newest edition of Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing (Standards; American Educational Council on Measurement in Education, 1999) is quite different from coverage in earlier editions of the Standards and in most measurement textbooks. The view of validity in the 1999 Standards is discussed, and suggestions for instructors of measurement courses are offered.},
5566 author = {Goodwin, Laura D and Leech, Nancy L},
5567 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/The Meaning of Validity in the New Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing Implications for Measurement Courses - Goodwin, Leech.pdf:pdf},
5568 issn = {07481756},
5569 journal = {Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development},
5570 pages = {181--191},
5571 title = {{The Meaning of Validity in the New Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing: Implications for Measurement Courses}},
5572 volume = {36},
5573 year = {2003}
5574 }
5575 @article{kilian2002sample,
5576 author = {Kilian, L. and Inoue, A.},
5577 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/In-Sample or out-of-sample tests of predictability which one should we use - Kilian, Inoue.pdf:pdf},
5578 journal = {Working Paper Series},
5579 publisher = {European Central Bank},
5580 title = {{In-Sample or out-of-sample tests of predictability: which one should we use?}},
5581 url = {http://ideas.repec.org/p/ecb/ecbwps/20020195.html},
5582 year = {2002}
5583 }
5584 @article{Cleveland1979,
5585 author = {Cleveland, William S.},
5586 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1979/Robust Locally Weighted Regression and Smoothing Scatterplots - Cleveland.pdf:pdf},
5587 journal = {Journal of the American Statistical Association},
5588 number = {368},
5589 pages = {829 -- 836},
5590 publisher = {American Statistical Association},
5591 title = {{Robust Locally Weighted Regression and Smoothing Scatterplots}},
5592 volume = {74},
5593 year = {1979}
5594 }
5595 @article{JamesH1993,
5596 author = {Albert, James H and Chib, Siddhartha},
5597 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1993/Bayesian analysis of binary and polychotomous response data - Albert, Chib.pdf:pdf},
5598 journal = {Journal of the American statistical Association},
5599 number = {422},
5600 pages = {669--679},
5601 title = {{Bayesian analysis of binary and polychotomous response data}},
5602 volume = {88},
5603 year = {1993}
5604 }
5605 @article{Midlarsky2008,
5606 author = {Midlarsky, E. and Nitzburg, G.},
5607 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Eating Disorders in Middle-Aged Women - Midlarsky, Nitzburg.pdf:pdf},
5608 journal = {The Journal of General Psychology},
5609 number = {4},
5610 pages = {393--408},
5611 title = {{Eating Disorders in Middle-Aged Women}},
5612 volume = {135},
5613 year = {2008}
5614 }
5615 @article{Braxton2008,
5616 author = {Braxton, John M.},
5617 doi = {10.1002/tl.328},
5618 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Toward a scholarship of practice centered on college student retention - Braxton.pdf:pdf},
5619 issn = {02710633},
5620 journal = {New Directions for Teaching and Learning},
5621 month = jun,
5622 number = {115},
5623 pages = {101--112},
5624 title = {{Toward a scholarship of practice centered on college student retention}},
5625 url = {http://doi.wiley.com/10.1002/tl.328},
5626 volume = {2008},
5627 year = {2008}
5628 }
5629 @article{JulesL.EllisBrianW.Junker1997,
5630 author = {Ellis, Jules L. and Junker, Brian W.},
5631 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/A characterization of monotone unidimensional latent variable models - Ellis, Junker.pdf:pdf},
5632 journal = {The Annals of Statistics},
5633 title = {{A characterization of monotone unidimensional latent variable models}},
5634 url = {http://projecteuclid.org/euclid.aos/1069362751},
5635 year = {1997}
5636 }
5637 @article{O'Brien1988,
5638 abstract = {72 fifth-, eighth-, and eleventh-grade boys and girls were interviewed to investigate developmental changes in perceptions of peer groups and group influence Results indicated that preadolescents defined groups on the basis of common activates and social behavior and considered group influence to be greatest in these domains Older adolescents were more likely to describe peer-group influence as global and far reaching, affecting one's appearance, illicit acts, attitudes, and values Corresponding to increases in peer-group conceptions emphasizing group attitudes/norms and global influence were increases in the extent to which subjects felt that peer-group acceptance or rejection influenced self-evaluation Developmental changes in the apparent reference-group functions of peer groups for adolescent identity formation are discussed. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]},
5639 author = {O'Brien, Susan F. and Bierman, Karen Linn},
5640 doi = {10.1111/1467-8624.ep8589533},
5641 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1988/Conceptions and Perceived Influence of Peer Groups Interviews with Preadolescents and Adolescents - O'Brien, Bierman.pdf:pdf},
5642 issn = {00093920},
5643 journal = {Child Development},
5644 month = oct,
5645 number = {5},
5646 pages = {1360},
5647 shorttitle = {Conceptions and Perceived Influence of Peer Groups},
5648 title = {{Conceptions and Perceived Influence of Peer Groups: Interviews with Preadolescents and Adolescents}},
5649 volume = {59},
5650 year = {1988}
5651 }
5652 @article{Jensen2005,
5653 author = {Jensen, M. P. and Hoffman, A. J. and Cardenas, D. D.},
5654 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Chronic pain in individuals with spinal cord injury a survey and longitudinal study - Jensen, Hoffman, Cardenas.pdf:pdf},
5655 journal = {Spinal Cord},
5656 number = {12},
5657 pages = {704},
5658 shorttitle = {Chronic pain in individuals with spinal cord injur},
5659 title = {{Chronic pain in individuals with spinal cord injury: a survey and longitudinal study}},
5660 volume = {43},
5661 year = {2005}
5662 }
5663 @article{Weidman1989a,
5664 author = {Weidman, J},
5665 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1989/Undergraduate socialization A conceptual approach - Weidman.pdf:pdf},
5666 journal = {Higher education: Handbook of theory and research},
5667 title = {{Undergraduate socialization: A conceptual approach}},
5668 url = {http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=Undergraduate+socialization+A+conceptual+approach#0},
5669 year = {1989}
5670 }
5671 @techreport{NationalOrganizationonDisability,
5672 address = {New York City},
5673 author = {{National Organization on Disability} and {Harris Interactive Inc.}},
5674 institution = {Louis Harris and Associates},
5675 title = {{2004 NOD/Harris Survey}},
5676 year = {2004}
5677 }
5678 @article{wyatt2006sleep,
5679 author = {Wyatt, JK and Dijk, DJ and {Ritz-de Cecco}, A. and Ronda, JM and Czeisler, CA},
5680 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Sleep-facilitating effect of exogenous melatonin in healthy young men and women is circadian-phase dependent - Wyatt et al.pdf:pdf},
5681 journal = {Sleep},
5682 number = {5},
5683 pages = {609--618},
5684 title = {{Sleep-facilitating effect of exogenous melatonin in healthy young men and women is circadian-phase dependent}},
5685 url = {http://www.journalsleep.org/articles/290507.pdf},
5686 volume = {29},
5687 year = {2006}
5688 }
5689 @article{Graham2007,
5690 author = {Graham, J. W. and Olchowski, A. E. and Gilreath, T. D.},
5691 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/How many imputations are really needed Some practical clarifications of multiple imputation theory - Graham, Olchowski, Gilreath.pdf:pdf},
5692 journal = {Prevention Science},
5693 keywords = {1990},
5694 number = {3},
5695 pages = {206--213},
5696 title = {{How many imputations are really needed? Some practical clarifications of multiple imputation theory}},
5697 volume = {8},
5698 year = {2007}
5699 }
5700 @article{SHUTTLEWORTH2004,
5701 author = {Shuttleworth, R U P and Kasnitz, D E},
5702 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Stigma, Community, Ethnography Joan Ablon's Contribution to the Anthropology of Impairment-Disability - Shuttleworth, Kasnitz.pdf:pdf},
5703 journal = {Medical Anthropology Quarterly},
5704 pages = {139--161},
5705 shorttitle = {Stigma, Community, Ethnography},
5706 title = {{Stigma, Community, Ethnography: Joan Ablon's Contribution to the Anthropology of Impairment-Disability}},
5707 volume = {18},
5708 year = {2004}
5709 }
5710 @techreport{PaulEHarrington,
5711 address = {Boston, MA},
5712 author = {{Paul E. Harrington} and {Neeta P. Fogg} and Shaw, Christine},
5713 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/College Access and Retention of Career and Technical Education Graduates - Paul E. Harrington, Neeta P. Fogg, Shaw.pdf:pdf},
5714 institution = {Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy and Center for Labor and Market Studies at Northeastern University},
5715 pages = {1--20},
5716 title = {{College Access and Retention of Career and Technical Education Graduates}},
5717 year = {2009}
5718 }
5719 @article{Robillard1983,
5720 author = {Robillard, K. and Fichten, C. S.},
5721 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1983/Attributions about sexuality and romantic involvement of physically disabled college students An empirical study - Robillard, Fichten.pdf:pdf},
5722 journal = {Sexuality and Disability},
5723 number = {3},
5724 pages = {197--212},
5725 title = {{Attributions about sexuality and romantic involvement of physically disabled college students: An empirical study}},
5726 volume = {6},
5727 year = {1983}
5728 }
5729 @book{sheather2009,
5730 address = {New York, NY},
5731 annote = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-0-387-09607-0},
5732 author = {Sheather, S.J.},
5733 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/A modern approach to regression with R - Sheather.pdf:pdf},
5734 keywords = {Linear Models},
5735 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
5736 publisher = {Springer Verlag},
5737 title = {{A modern approach to regression with R}},
5738 year = {2009}
5739 }
5740 @book{Tyrrell,
5741 author = {Tyrrell, Sidney},
5742 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/SPSS Stats Practically Short and Simple - Tyrrell.pdf:pdf},
5743 title = {{SPSS Stats Practically Short and Simple}},
5744 year = {2009}
5745 }
5746 @article{Walker2003,
5747 author = {Walker, D. A.},
5748 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Suppressor variable (s) importance within a regression model - Walker.pdf:pdf},
5749 journal = {Journal of College Student Development},
5750 keywords = {1990},
5751 pages = {127--133},
5752 title = {{Suppressor variable (s) importance within a regression model}},
5753 volume = {44},
5754 year = {2003}
5755 }
5756 @book{Bingham2010a,
5757 address = {London},
5758 author = {Bingham, N. H. and Fry, John M.},
5759 doi = {10.1007/978-1-84882-969-5},
5760 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Regression Linear Models in Statistics - Bingham, Fry.pdf:pdf},
5761 isbn = {978-1-84882-968-8},
5762 keywords = {Linear Models},
5763 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
5764 publisher = {Springer London},
5765 series = {Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series},
5766 title = {{Regression Linear Models in Statistics}},
5767 year = {2010}
5768 }
5769 @article{hofmann1998centering,
5770 author = {Hofmann, D.A. and Gavin, M.B.},
5771 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/Centering decisions in hierarchical linear models Implications for research in organizations - Hofmann, Gavin.pdf:pdf},
5772 journal = {Journal of Management},
5773 number = {5},
5774 pages = {623--641},
5775 publisher = {Sage Publications},
5776 title = {{Centering decisions in hierarchical linear models: Implications for research in organizations}},
5777 url = {http://jom.sagepub.com/content/24/5/623.short},
5778 volume = {24},
5779 year = {1998}
5780 }
5781 @incollection{messick1989validity,
5782 address = {Washington, D.C.},
5783 author = {Messick, S.},
5784 booktitle = {Educational measurement},
5785 editor = {Linn, Robert},
5786 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1989/Validity - Messick.pdf:pdf},
5787 number = {1},
5788 pages = {13--103},
5789 publisher = {National Council on Measurement in Education and American Council on Education},
5790 title = {{Validity}},
5791 volume = {3},
5792 year = {1989}
5793 }
5794 @article{korn1990simultaneous,
5795 author = {Korn, E.L. and Graubard, B.I.},
5796 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1990/Simultaneous testing of regression coefficients with complex survey data Use of Bonferroni t statistics - Korn, Graubard.pdf:pdf},
5797 journal = {The American Statistician},
5798 number = {4},
5799 pages = {270--276},
5800 publisher = {JSTOR},
5801 title = {{Simultaneous testing of regression coefficients with complex survey data: Use of Bonferroni t statistics}},
5802 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/2684345},
5803 volume = {44},
5804 year = {1990}
5805 }
5806 @article{Stewart2006,
5807 author = {Stewart, D. and Stavness, C. and King, G. and Antle, B. and Law, M.},
5808 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/A critical appraisal of literature reviews about the transition to adulthood for youth with disabilities - Stewart et al.pdf:pdf},
5809 journal = {Physical and Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics},
5810 number = {4},
5811 pages = {5--24},
5812 title = {{A critical appraisal of literature reviews about the transition to adulthood for youth with disabilities}},
5813 volume = {26},
5814 year = {2006}
5815 }
5816 @misc{Hasan2009,
5817 abstract = {Medical and public health research often involve the analysis of repeated or longitudinal count data that exhibit excess zeros such as the number of yearly doctor visits by a group of individuals over a number of years. Zero-inflated Poisson (ZIP) regression models can be used to account for excess zeros in count data. We propose an extension of the ZIP model that is appropriate for longitudinal data. Our extension includes a non stationary, observation-driven time series model based correlation structure. We discuss estimation of the model parameters and the inefficiency of the estimators when the correlation structure is mis-specified. The model's application to the analysis of health care utilization data is also discussed.},
5818 author = {Hasan, M Tariqul and Sneddon, Gary},
5819 booktitle = {Communications in Statistics Simulation and Computation},
5820 doi = {10.1080/03610910802601332},
5821 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Zero-Inflated Poisson Regression for Longitudinal Data - Hasan, Sneddon.pdf:pdf},
5822 issn = {03610918},
5823 keywords = {1990},
5824 number = {3},
5825 pages = {638--653},
5826 publisher = {Taylor & Francis},
5827 title = {{Zero-Inflated Poisson Regression for Longitudinal Data}},
5828 url = {http://www.informaworld.com/10.1080/03610910802601332},
5829 volume = {38},
5830 year = {2009}
5831 }
5832 @book{Toutenburg2009a,
5833 author = {Toutenburg, Helge and Shalabh},
5834 edition = {3rd ed. 20},
5835 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Statistical Analysis of Designed Experiments, Third Edition - Toutenburg, Shalabh.pdf:pdf},
5836 isbn = {1441911472},
5837 keywords = {Linear Models},
5838 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
5839 month = oct,
5840 pages = {636},
5841 publisher = {Springer},
5842 title = {{Statistical Analysis of Designed Experiments, Third Edition}},
5843 url = {http://www.amazon.com/dp/1441911472},
5844 year = {2009}
5845 }
5846 @article{Livneh2005,
5847 author = {Livneh, H. and Antonak, R. F.},
5848 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Psychosocial adaptation to chronic illness and disability A primer for counselors - Livneh, Antonak.pdf:pdf},
5849 journal = {Journal of Counseling & Development},
5850 number = {1},
5851 pages = {12--20},
5852 shorttitle = {Psychosocial adaptation to chronic illness and dis},
5853 title = {{Psychosocial adaptation to chronic illness and disability: A primer for counselors}},
5854 volume = {83},
5855 year = {2005}
5856 }
5857 @article{ScottRichards1999,
5858 author = {{Scott Richards}, J. and Bombardier, C. H. and Tate, D. and Dijkers, M. and Gordon, W. and Shewchuk, R. and DeVivo, M. J.},
5859 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/Access to the environment and life satisfaction after spinal cord injury - Scott Richards et al.pdf:pdf},
5860 journal = {Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation},
5861 number = {11},
5862 pages = {1501--1506},
5863 title = {{Access to the environment and life satisfaction after spinal cord injury}},
5864 volume = {80},
5865 year = {1999}
5866 }
5867 @article{Reise1993,
5868 author = {Reise, S. P. and Widaman, K. F. and Pugh, R. H.},
5869 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1993/Confirmatory factor analysis and item response theory Two approaches for exploring measurement invariance - Reise, Widaman, Pugh.pdf:pdf},
5870 journal = {Psychological Bulletin},
5871 keywords = {1990},
5872 pages = {552--552},
5873 title = {{Confirmatory factor analysis and item response theory: Two approaches for exploring measurement invariance}},
5874 volume = {114},
5875 year = {1993}
5876 }
5877 @article{stram1994variance,
5878 author = {Stram, D.O. and Lee, J.W.},
5879 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/Variance components testing in the longitudinal mixed effects model - Stram, Lee.pdf:pdf},
5880 journal = {Biometrics},
5881 pages = {1171--1177},
5882 publisher = {JSTOR},
5883 title = {{Variance components testing in the longitudinal mixed effects model}},
5884 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/2533455},
5885 year = {1994}
5886 }
5887 @article{Sarason1987,
5888 author = {Sarason, I. G. and Sarason, B. R. and Shearin, E. N. and Pierce, G. R.},
5889 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1987/A brief measure of social support Practical and theoretical implications - Sarason et al.pdf:pdf},
5890 journal = {Journal of Social and Personal Relationships},
5891 number = {4},
5892 pages = {497},
5893 title = {{A brief measure of social support: Practical and theoretical implications}},
5894 volume = {4},
5895 year = {1987}
5896 }
5897 @article{Oltman2008,
5898 author = {Oltman, R and Neises, G},
5899 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/ICF components of corresponding outcome measures in flexor tendon rehabilitation–a systematic review - Oltman, Neises.pdf:pdf},
5900 journal = {BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders},
5901 title = {{ICF components of corresponding outcome measures in flexor tendon rehabilitation–a systematic review}},
5902 url = {http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2474/9/139/},
5903 year = {2008}
5904 }
5905 @techreport{Xu2005,
5906 author = {Xu, Jun and Long, J. Scott},
5907 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Using the delta method to construct confidence intervals for predicted probabilities, rates, and discrete changes - Xu, Long.pdf:pdf},
5908 institution = {Indiana University},
5909 title = {{Using the delta method to construct confidence intervals for predicted probabilities, rates, and discrete changes}},
5910 year = {2005}
5911 }
5912 @inproceedings{Weedon2007,
5913 annote = {This qualitative look at transitions shows how some transitions are not difficult and go quite smooth, others struggle to go through the transition and faced barriers to successful integration. There was alot of difficult in those with mental health issues, especially fears of not being taken seriously.},
5914 author = {Weedon, E. and Riddell, S.},
5915 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Transitions into and out of Higher Education The experiences of 'disabled 'students' - Weedon, Riddell.pdf:pdf},
5916 publisher = {4th Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning (CRLL) International Conference},
5917 title = {{Transitions into and out of Higher Education: The experiences of 'disabled 'students'}},
5918 year = {2007}
5919 }
5920 @book{O'Brien2001,
5921 author = {O'Brien, R.},
5922 publisher = {University Of Chicago Press},
5923 title = {{Crippled justice: The history of modern disability policy in the workplace}},
5924 year = {2001}
5925 }
5926 @article{Llewellyn1997,
5927 author = {Llewellyn, A. and Chung, M. C.},
5928 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/The self-esteem of children with physical disabilities—problems and dilemmas of research - Llewellyn, Chung.pdf:pdf},
5929 journal = {Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities},
5930 number = {3},
5931 pages = {265--275},
5932 title = {{The self-esteem of children with physical disabilities—problems and dilemmas of research}},
5933 volume = {9},
5934 year = {1997}
5935 }
5936 @article{Braxton2000,
5937 abstract = {Examines the influence of student perceptions of faculty teaching skills on social integration, subsequent institutional commitment, and student departure decisions. Using path analysis to consider this link, the findings demonstrate a significant influence of faculty teaching skills on student persistence. Theoretical and practical implications are discussed. (Contains 29 references.) (Author/GCP)},
5938 author = {Braxton, John M. and Bray, Nathaniel J. and Berger, Joseph B.},
5939 issn = {0897-5264},
5940 journal = {Journal of College Student Development},
5941 keywords = {1990},
5942 number = {2},
5943 pages = {215--27},
5944 title = {{Faculty Teaching Skills and Their Influence on the College Student Departure Process}},
5945 volume = {41},
5946 year = {2000}
5947 }
5948 @article{Messick1989a,
5949 author = {Messick, S.},
5950 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1989/Meaning and values in test validation The science and ethics of assessment - Messick.pdf:pdf},
5951 journal = {Educational Researcher},
5952 number = {2},
5953 pages = {5--11},
5954 title = {{Meaning and values in test validation: The science and ethics of assessment}},
5955 volume = {18},
5956 year = {1989}
5957 }
5958 @article{messick1998test,
5959 author = {Messick, S.},
5960 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/Test validity A matter of consequence - Messick.pdf:pdf},
5961 journal = {Social Indicators Research},
5962 number = {1},
5963 pages = {35--44},
5964 publisher = {Springer},
5965 title = {{Test validity: A matter of consequence}},
5966 volume = {45},
5967 year = {1998}
5968 }
5969 @article{Laursen1995,
5970 author = {Laursen, B.},
5971 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1995/Conflict and Social Interaction in Adolescent Relationships - Laursen.pdf:pdf},
5972 journal = {Journal of Research on Adolescence},
5973 number = {1},
5974 pages = {55--70},
5975 title = {{Conflict and Social Interaction in Adolescent Relationships}},
5976 volume = {5},
5977 year = {1995}
5978 }
5979 @article{Kuhn2008,
5980 author = {Kuhn, M.},
5981 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Building predictive models in R using the caret package - Kuhn.pdf:pdf},
5982 journal = {Journal of Statistical Software},
5983 title = {{Building predictive models in R using the caret package}},
5984 volume = {28},
5985 year = {2008}
5986 }
5987 @article{Rubin1996,
5988 author = {Rubin, Donald B.},
5989 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/Multiple Imputation After 18 Years - Rubin.pdf:pdf},
5990 journal = {Journal of the American Statistical Association},
5991 number = {434},
5992 pages = {473 -- 489},
5993 title = {{Multiple Imputation After 18+ Years}},
5994 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/2291635},
5995 volume = {91},
5996 year = {1996}
5997 }
5998 @article{Bartels2006,
5999 author = {Bartels, LM},
6000 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/What's the Matter with What's the Matter with Kansas - Bartels.pdf:pdf},
6001 journal = {Quarterly Journal of Political Science},
6002 title = {{What's the Matter with What's the Matter with Kansas?}},
6003 url = {http://www.qjps.com/getpdf.aspx?doi=100.00000010&amp;product=QJPS},
6004 year = {2006}
6005 }
6006 @article{MAAS2004,
6007 abstract = {A crucial problem in the statistical analysis of hierarchically structured data is the dependence of the observations at the lower levels. Multilevel modeling programs account for this dependence and in recent years these programs have been widely accepted. One of the major assumptions of the tests of significance used in the multilevel programs is normality of the error distributions involved. Simulations were used to assess how important this assumption is for the accuracy of multilevel parameter estimates and their standard errors. Simulations varied the number of groups, the group size, and the intraclass correlation, with the second level residual errors following one of three non-normal distributions. In addition asymptotic maximum likelihood standard errors are compared to robust (Huber/White) standard errors. The results show that non-normal residuals at the second level of the model have little or no effect on the parameter estimates. For the fixed parameters, both the maximum likelihood-based standard errors and the robust standard errors are accurate. For the parameters in the random part of the model, the maximum likelihood-based standard errors at the lowest level are accurate, while the robust standard errors are often overcorrected. The standard errors of the variances of the level-two random effects are highly inaccurate, although the robust errors do perform better than the maximum likelihood errors. For good accuracy, robust standard errors need at least 100 groups. Thus, using robust standard errors as a diagnostic tool seems to be preferable to simply relying on them to solve the problem.},
6008 author = {Maas, C},
6009 doi = {10.1016/j.csda.2003.08.006},
6010 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/The influence of violations of assumptions on multilevel parameter estimates and their standard errors - Maas.pdf:pdf},
6011 issn = {01679473},
6012 journal = {Computational Statistics & Data Analysis},
6013 month = jun,
6014 number = {3},
6015 pages = {427--440},
6016 title = {{The influence of violations of assumptions on multilevel parameter estimates and their standard errors}},
6017 volume = {46},
6018 year = {2004}
6019 }
6020 @article{Arnold1992,
6021 author = {Arnold, P. and Chapman, M.},
6022 journal = {Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology},
6023 number = {2},
6024 pages = {97--102},
6025 title = {{Self-esteem, aspirations and expectations of adolescents with physical disability}},
6026 volume = {34},
6027 year = {1992}
6028 }
6029 @article{Murray2009,
6030 abstract = {Determining the importance of independent variables is of practical relevance to ecologists and managers concerned with allocating limited resources to the management of natural systems. Although techniques that identify explanatory variables having the largest influence on the response variable are needed to design management actions effectively, the use of various indices to evaluate variable importance is poorly understood. Using Monte Carlo simulations, we compared six different indices commonly used to evaluate variable importance; zero-order correlations, partial correlations, semipartial correlations, standardized regression coefficients, Akaike weights, and independent effects. We simulated four scenarios to evaluate the indices under progressively more complex circumstances that included correlation between explanatory variables, as well as a spurious variable that was correlated with other explanatory variables, but not with the dependent variable. No index performed perfectly under all circumstances, but partial correlations and Akaike weights performed poorly in all cases. Zero-order correlations was the only measure that detected the presence of a spurious variable, whereas only independent effects assigned overlap areas correctly once the spurious variable was removed. We therefore recommend using zero-order correlations to eliminate predictor variables with correlations near zero, followed by the use of independent effects to assign overlap areas and rank variable importance.},
6031 author = {Murray, Kim and Conner, Mary M},
6032 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Methods to quantify variable importance implications for the analysis of noisy ecological data - Murray, Conner.pdf:pdf},
6033 issn = {0012-9658},
6034 journal = {Ecology},
6035 keywords = {1990},
6036 month = feb,
6037 number = {2},
6038 pages = {348--55},
6039 pmid = {19323218},
6040 title = {{Methods to quantify variable importance: implications for the analysis of noisy ecological data}},
6041 volume = {90},
6042 year = {2009}
6043 }
6044 @article{KASS,
6045 abstract = {Subjectivism has become the dominant philosophical foundation for Bayesian inference. Yet in practice, most Bayesian analyses are performed with so-called noninformative priors, that is, priors constructed by some formal rule. We review the plethora of techniques for constructing such priors and discuss some of the practical and philosophical issues that arise when they are used. We give special emphasis to Jeffreys's rules and discuss the evolution of his viewpoint about the interpretation of priors, away from unique representation of ignorance toward the notion that they should be chosen by convention. We conclude that the problems raised by the research on priors chosen by formal rules are serious and may not be dismissed lightly: When sample sizes are small (relative to the number of parameters being estimated), it is dangerous to put faith in any default solution; but when asymptotics take over, Jeffreys's rules and their variants remain reasonable choices. We also provide an annotated bibliography.},
6046 author = {Kass, R. E. and Wasserman, L.},
6047 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/The selection of prior distributions by formal rules - Kass, Wasserman.pdf:pdf},
6048 issn = {0162-1459},
6049 journal = {Journal of the American Statistical Association},
6050 keywords = {1990},
6051 language = {eng},
6052 number = {435},
6053 pages = {1343--1370},
6054 publisher = {American Statistical Association},
6055 title = {{The selection of prior distributions by formal rules}},
6056 volume = {91},
6057 year = {1996}
6058 }
6059 @book{Newman2009,
6060 address = {Menlo Park, CA},
6061 annote = {From NLTS2, the results show many individuals with disabilities will go on to college and the plurality chooses community colleges or two year schools. Most will choose academic than vocational programs. Employment was positive with many individuals with disabilities having jobs, receiving benefits, and enjoying their work. The study also looks at different disabilities and the interaction with the community and employment in comparison to individuals in the general population. 
6062 
6063         
6064 Receiving appropriate supports and accommodations in postsecondary programs has been shown to be related to school success and retention for students with disabilities (Mull, Sitlington, and Alper 2001; Pierangelo and Crane 1997; Stodden and Dowrick 2000; Stodden, Jones, and Chang 2002).
6065 
6066         
6067 Many adults consider employment a central component of their lives (Levinson andPalmer 2005). Employment has been linked to a range of positive outcomes, including economic independence and enhanced self-esteem (Fabian 1992; Lehman et al. 2002; Polak and Warner 1996).
6068 
6069         
6070 
6071       },
6072 author = {Newman, L. and Wagner, M. and Cameto, R. and Knokey, A. M. and Buckley, Jacquelyn A. and Malouf, David},
6073 booktitle = {National Center for Special Education Research},
6074 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/The Post-High School Outcomes of Youth With Disabilities up to 4 Years After High School A Report From the National Longitudinal Transition Study-2 (NLTS2) - Newman et al.pdf:pdf},
6075 institution = {National Center for Special Education Research},
6076 pages = {202},
6077 publisher = {SRI International},
6078 title = {{The Post-High School Outcomes of Youth With Disabilities up to 4 Years After High School: A Report From the National Longitudinal Transition Study-2 (NLTS2)}},
6079 year = {2009}
6080 }
6081 @misc{IndividualswithDisabilitiesEducationAct1990,
6082 keywords = {Statute/Constitution},
6083 mendeley-tags = {Statute/Constitution},
6084 title = {{Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, 20 U.S.C \S 1400 et seq.}},
6085 year = {1990}
6086 }
6087 @article{Bruix2001,
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6176 @article{Livneh2001,
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6187 @article{Feldblum2000,
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6190 title = {{Definition of Disability Under Federal Anti-Discrimination Law: What Happened? Why? And What Can We Do About It?}},
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6282 @article{Bray1999,
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6382 @book{Tinto2012,
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6547 year = {2003}
6548 }
6549 @article{Hashim2006,
6550 abstract = {The aim of this study was to estimate the prevalence and severity of dental caries in the primary dentition of young children in Ajman, UAE, and investigate its association with sociodemographic characteristics and use of dental services.},
6551 author = {Hashim, R and Thomson, W M and Ayers, K M S and Lewsey, J D and Awad, M},
6552 doi = {10.1111/j.1365-263X.2006.00746.x},
6553 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Dental caries experience and use of dental services among preschool children in Ajman, UAE - Hashim et al.pdf:pdf},
6554 issn = {0960-7439},
6555 journal = {International journal of paediatric dentistry / the British Paedodontic Society [and] the International Association of Dentistry for Children},
6556 keywords = {1990},
6557 month = jul,
6558 number = {4},
6559 pages = {257--62},
6560 pmid = {16759323},
6561 title = {{Dental caries experience and use of dental services among preschool children in Ajman, UAE}},
6562 url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16759323},
6563 volume = {16},
6564 year = {2006}
6565 }
6566 @article{ver2007quasi,
6567 author = {{Ver Hoef}, J.M. and Boveng, P.L.},
6568 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Quasi-Poisson vs. negative binomial regression how should we model overdispersed count data - Ver Hoef, Boveng.pdf:pdf},
6569 issn = {0012-9658},
6570 journal = {Ecology},
6571 number = {11},
6572 pages = {2766--2772},
6573 publisher = {Eco Soc America},
6574 title = {{Quasi-Poisson vs. negative binomial regression: how should we model overdispersed count data?}},
6575 url = {http://www.esajournals.org/doi/abs/10.1890/07-0043.1},
6576 volume = {88},
6577 year = {2007}
6578 }
6579 @article{preacher2011effect,
6580 author = {Preacher, K.J. and Kelley, K.},
6581 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Effect size measures for mediation models Quantitative strategies for communicating indirect effects - Preacher, Kelley.pdf:pdf},
6582 journal = {Psychological methods},
6583 number = {2},
6584 pages = {93},
6585 publisher = {American Psychological Association},
6586 title = {{Effect size measures for mediation models: Quantitative strategies for communicating indirect effects}},
6587 url = {http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/met/16/2/93/},
6588 volume = {16},
6589 year = {2011}
6590 }
6591 @article{Parker1987,
6592 author = {Parker, J. G. and Asher, S. R.},
6593 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1987/Peer relations and later personal adjustment Are low-accepted children at risk - Parker, Asher.pdf:pdf},
6594 journal = {Psychological bulletin},
6595 number = {3},
6596 pages = {357--389},
6597 title = {{Peer relations and later personal adjustment: Are low-accepted children at risk?}},
6598 volume = {102},
6599 year = {1987}
6600 }
6601 @article{Carpenter2007,
6602 author = {Carpenter, C. and Forwell, S. J. and Jongbloed, L. E. and Backman, C. L.},
6603 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Community Participation After Spinal Cord Injury - Carpenter et al.pdf:pdf},
6604 journal = {Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation},
6605 number = {4},
6606 pages = {427--433},
6607 title = {{Community Participation After Spinal Cord Injury}},
6608 volume = {88},
6609 year = {2007}
6610 }
6611 @article{Putzke2002,
6612 author = {Putzke, J. D. and Richards, J. S. and Hicken, B. L. and DeVivo, M. J.},
6613 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Predictors of life satisfaction A spinal cord injury cohort study - Putzke et al.pdf:pdf},
6614 journal = {Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation},
6615 number = {4},
6616 pages = {555--561},
6617 shorttitle = {Predictors of life satisfaction},
6618 title = {{Predictors of life satisfaction: A spinal cord injury cohort study}},
6619 volume = {83},
6620 year = {2002}
6621 }
6622 @article{Smith2002,
6623 author = {Smith, S. G. and English, R. and Vasek, D.},
6624 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Student and Parent Involvement in the Transition Process for College Freshmen with Learning Disabilities - Smith, English, Vasek.pdf:pdf},
6625 journal = {College Student Journal},
6626 number = {4},
6627 pages = {491--504},
6628 title = {{Student and Parent Involvement in the Transition Process for College Freshmen with Learning Disabilities}},
6629 volume = {36},
6630 year = {2002}
6631 }
6632 @book{Lehmann1998,
6633 author = {Lehmann, E.L. and Casella, George},
6634 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/Theory of point estimation - Lehmann, Casella.pdf:pdf},
6635 keywords = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
6636 mendeley-tags = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
6637 title = {{Theory of point estimation}},
6638 year = {1998}
6639 }
6640 @article{mayes1982surveying,
6641 author = {Mayes, A.N. and McConatha, J.},
6642 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1982/Surveying student needs A means of evaluating student services - Mayes, McConatha.pdf:pdf},
6643 journal = {Journal of College Student Personnel},
6644 number = {6},
6645 pages = {473--76},
6646 title = {{Surveying student needs: A means of evaluating student services}},
6647 url = {http://eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/recordDetail?accno=EJ272305},
6648 volume = {23},
6649 year = {1982}
6650 }
6651 @incollection{Cabatoff2000,
6652 address = {San Francisco, CA},
6653 author = {Cabatoff, Kenneth},
6654 booktitle = {New Directions for Evaluation},
6655 doi = {10.1002/ev.1171},
6656 editor = {Hopson, R. K.},
6657 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Translating evaluation findings into “policy language” - Cabatoff.pdf:pdf},
6658 issn = {1097-6736},
6659 month = jan,
6660 number = {86},
6661 pages = {43--54},
6662 publisher = {Jossey-Bass},
6663 title = {{Translating evaluation findings into “policy language”}},
6664 url = {http://doi.wiley.com/10.1002/ev.1171},
6665 volume = {2000},
6666 year = {2000}
6667 }
6668 @article{min2005random,
6669 abstract = {For count responses, the situation of excess zeros (relative to what standard models allow) often occurs in biomedical and sociological applications. Modeling repeated measures of zero-inflated count data presents special challenges. This is because in addition to the problem of extra zeros, the correlation between measurements upon the same subject at different occasions needs to be taken into account. This article discusses random effect models for repeated measurements on this type of response variable. A useful model is the hurdle model with random effects, which separately handles the zero observations and the positive counts. In maximum likelihood model fitting, we consider both a normal distribution and a nonparametric approach for the random effects. A special case of the hurdle model can be used to test for zero inflation. Random effects can also be introduced in a zero-inflated Poisson or negative binomial model, but such a model may encounter fitting problems if there is zero deflation at any settings of the explanatory variables. A simple alternative approach adapts the cumulative logit model with random effects, which has a single set of parameters for describing effects. We illustrate the proposed methods with examples.},
6670 annote = {
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6672         
6673         
6674           Random effect models for repeated measures of zero-inflated count data
6675         
6676         
6677          - Min, Y.; Agresti, A. )
6678 
6679         
6680         
6681 
6682         
6683 
6684         
6685 
6686       },
6687 author = {Min, Yongyi and Agresti, Alan},
6688 doi = {10.1191/1471082X05st084oa},
6689 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Random effect models for repeated measures of zero-inflated count data - Min, Agresti.pdf:pdf},
6690 issn = {1471082X},
6691 journal = {Statistical Modelling},
6692 month = mar,
6693 number = {1},
6694 pages = {1--19},
6695 publisher = {SAGE Publications},
6696 title = {{Random effect models for repeated measures of zero-inflated count data}},
6697 url = {http://smj.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/5/1/1 http://smj.sagepub.com/content/5/1/1.short},
6698 volume = {5},
6699 year = {2005}
6700 }
6701 @phdthesis{hall2007freshman,
6702 author = {Hall, R.A.},
6703 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Freshman experience at a community college Its relationship to academic performance and retention - Hall.pdf:pdf},
6704 publisher = {Liberty University},
6705 title = {{Freshman experience at a community college: Its relationship to academic performance and retention}},
6706 year = {2007}
6707 }
6708 @article{Barnard-Brak2009,
6709 author = {Barnard-Brak, L. and Davis, T. and Tate, A. and Sulak, T.},
6710 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Attitudes as a predictor of college students requesting accommodations - Barnard-Brak et al.pdf:pdf},
6711 journal = {Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation},
6712 number = {3},
6713 pages = {189--198},
6714 title = {{Attitudes as a predictor of college students requesting accommodations}},
6715 volume = {31},
6716 year = {2009}
6717 }
6718 @book{Durrett2010,
6719 annote = {buy},
6720 author = {Durrett, Rick},
6721 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Probability theory and examples - Durrett.pdf:pdf},
6722 keywords = {Probability},
6723 mendeley-tags = {Probability},
6724 title = {{Probability: theory and examples}},
6725 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=evbGTPhuvSoC&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PR5&amp;dq=Probability+Theory+and+Examples+Durrett&amp;ots=b5beyk4ukl&amp;sig=G9q_FK3LQK0X5HGy4padEqJrOxY},
6726 year = {2010}
6727 }
6728 @incollection{Rallis2000,
6729 address = {San Francisco, CA},
6730 author = {Rallis, Sharon F. and Rossman, Gretchen B.},
6731 booktitle = {New Directions for Evaluation},
6732 doi = {10.1002/ev.1174},
6733 editor = {Hopson, R. K.},
6734 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Dialogue for learning Evaluator as critical friend - Rallis, Rossman.pdf:pdf},
6735 issn = {1097-6736},
6736 month = jan,
6737 number = {86},
6738 pages = {81--92},
6739 publisher = {Jossey-Bass},
6740 title = {{Dialogue for learning: Evaluator as critical friend}},
6741 url = {http://doi.wiley.com/10.1002/ev.1174},
6742 volume = {2000},
6743 year = {2000}
6744 }
6745 @book{Bulmer1979,
6746 annote = {Purchased from: Google Books},
6747 author = {Bulmer, M.G.},
6748 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1979/Principles of Statistics (Dover Books on Mathematics) - Bulmer.pdf:pdf},
6749 isbn = {0486637603},
6750 pages = {252},
6751 publisher = {Dover Publications},
6752 title = {{Principles of Statistics (Dover Books on Mathematics)}},
6753 url = {http://www.amazon.com/Principles-Statistics-Dover-Books-Mathematics/dp/0486637603},
6754 year = {1979}
6755 }
6756 @article{Bent2001,
6757 author = {Bent, N. and Jones, A. and Molloy, I. and Chamberlain, M. A. and Tennant, A.},
6758 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Factors determining participation in young adults with a physical disability a pilot study - Bent et al.pdf:pdf},
6759 journal = {Clinical rehabilitation},
6760 number = {5},
6761 pages = {552},
6762 title = {{Factors determining participation in young adults with a physical disability: a pilot study}},
6763 volume = {15},
6764 year = {2001}
6765 }
6766 @article{Gui2010,
6767 author = {Guiffrida, D. A. and Douthit, Kathryn Z.},
6768 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/The black student experience at predominantly white colleges Implications for school and college counselors - Guiffrida, Douthit.pdf:pdf},
6769 journal = {Journal of Counseling & Development},
6770 title = {{The black student experience at predominantly white colleges: Implications for school and college counselors}},
6771 url = {http://aca.metapress.com/index/U600J1H34H40316G.pdf},
6772 year = {2010}
6773 }
6774 @article{Stein2002,
6775 author = {Stein, M. A.},
6776 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Disability, Employment Policy, and the Supreme Court - Stein.pdf:pdf},
6777 journal = {Stanford Law Review},
6778 number = {2},
6779 pages = {607--634},
6780 title = {{Disability, Employment Policy, and the Supreme Court}},
6781 volume = {55},
6782 year = {2002}
6783 }
6784 @article{Pedersen2003,
6785 author = {Pedersen, S. S. and Middel, B. and Larsen, M. L.},
6786 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Posttraumatic stress disorder in first-time myocardial infarction patients - Pedersen, Middel, Larsen.pdf:pdf},
6787 journal = {Heart & Lung: Journal of Acute & Critical Care},
6788 number = {5},
6789 pages = {300},
6790 title = {{Posttraumatic stress disorder in first-time myocardial infarction patients}},
6791 volume = {32},
6792 year = {2003}
6793 }
6794 @inproceedings{French2002,
6795 address = {New Orleans},
6796 author = {French, B. F. and Immekus, J. C. and Oakes, W.},
6797 booktitle = {Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association},
6798 shorttitle = {College student success and persistence},
6799 title = {{College student success and persistence: The role of intrinsic motivation and institutional integration}},
6800 year = {2002}
6801 }
6802 @article{Barakat2006,
6803 author = {Barakat, L. P. and Wodka, E. L.},
6804 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Posttraumatic stress symptoms in college students with a chronic illness - Barakat, Wodka.pdf:pdf},
6805 journal = {Social Behavior and Personality},
6806 number = {8},
6807 pages = {999--1006},
6808 title = {{Posttraumatic stress symptoms in college students with a chronic illness}},
6809 volume = {34},
6810 year = {2006}
6811 }
6812 @article{Yuan2009,
6813 abstract = {In this article, we propose Bayesian analysis of mediation effects. Compared with conventional frequentist mediation analysis, the Bayesian approach has several advantages. First, it allows researchers to incorporate prior information into the mediation analysis, thus potentially improving the efficiency of estimates. Second, under the Bayesian mediation analysis, inference is straightforward and exact, which makes it appealing for studies with small samples. Third, the Bayesian approach is conceptually simpler for multilevel mediation analysis. Simulation studies and analysis of 2 data sets are used to illustrate the proposed methods. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2009 APA, all rights reserved).},
6814 author = {Yuan, Ying and MacKinnon, David P},
6815 doi = {10.1037/a0016972},
6816 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Bayesian mediation analysis - Yuan, MacKinnon.pdf:pdf},
6817 issn = {1939-1463},
6818 journal = {Psychological methods},
6819 keywords = {1990},
6820 month = dec,
6821 number = {4},
6822 pages = {301--22},
6823 pmid = {19968395},
6824 title = {{Bayesian mediation analysis}},
6825 volume = {14},
6826 year = {2009}
6827 }
6828 @article{Vaughn1996,
6829 author = {Vaughn, S. and Elbaum, B. E. and Schumm, J. S.},
6830 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/The effects of inclusion on the social functioning of students with learning disabilities - Vaughn, Elbaum, Schumm.pdf:pdf},
6831 journal = {Journal of Learning Disabilities},
6832 number = {6},
6833 pages = {599},
6834 title = {{The effects of inclusion on the social functioning of students with learning disabilities}},
6835 volume = {29},
6836 year = {1996}
6837 }
6838 @article{LASmithandJMWilliams2001,
6839 abstract = {The present study explored typically developing children's (n= 77) understanding of physical, cognitive and social competencies of children with impairments. Children in each of four age groups (420135 years, 620137 years, 9201310 years and 11201312 years) were interviewed to explore their ideas about the abilities of children with physical impairments (minor: missing thumb; major: wheel-chair bound), sensory impairments (vision and hearing), learning disabilities (non-specific and Down's syndrome) and emotional/behavioural difficulties (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and lack of social skills). Significant age differences were found in children's judgements of the capabilities of children with impairments. Furthermore, children's understanding of the consequences of impairments varied as a function of disability type. Findings are discussed in relation to previous research on children's disability concepts and implications for inclusive education practices.},
6840 author = {Smith, L A and Williams, J M},
6841 doi = {10.1111/j.1365-2214.2001.00236.x},
6842 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Children's understanding of the physical, cognitive and social consequences of impairments - Smith, Williams.pdf:pdf},
6843 journal = {Child: care, health & development},
6844 number = {6},
6845 pages = {603--617},
6846 title = {{Children's understanding of the physical, cognitive and social consequences of impairments}},
6847 volume = {27},
6848 year = {2001}
6849 }
6850 @article{RichardM.RyanEdwardL.Deci2000,
6851 author = {Ryan, Richard M. and Deci, Edward L.},
6852 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Intrinsic and extrinsic motivations Classic definitions and new directions - Ryan, Deci.pdf:pdf},
6853 journal = {Contemporary educational psychology},
6854 title = {{Intrinsic and extrinsic motivations: Classic definitions and new directions}},
6855 url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0361476X99910202},
6856 year = {2000}
6857 }
6858 @article{wallace2003identity,
6859 annote = {...: Integrating stages of change, motivational interviewing, and identity theories for race, people of color, sexual orientation, and disability},
6860 author = {Wallace, BC and Carter, RT and Nanin, J. and Keller, R. and Alleyne, V. and Wallace, B. and Carter, R.},
6861 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Identity development for “diverse and different others” - Wallace et al.pdf:pdf},
6862 journal = {Understanding and dealing with violence: A multicultural approach},
6863 pages = {41--92},
6864 title = {{Identity development for “diverse and different others”}},
6865 year = {2003}
6866 }
6867 @book{DasGupta2011,
6868 address = {New York, NY},
6869 author = {DasGupta, Anirban},
6870 doi = {10.1007/978-1-4419-9634-3},
6871 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Probability for Statistics and Machine Learning - DasGupta.pdf:pdf},
6872 isbn = {978-1-4419-9633-6},
6873 keywords = {Probability},
6874 mendeley-tags = {Probability},
6875 publisher = {Springer New York},
6876 series = {Springer Texts in Statistics},
6877 title = {{Probability for Statistics and Machine Learning}},
6878 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-1-4419-9633-6/},
6879 year = {2011}
6880 }
6881 @article{Stalker2004,
6882 abstract = {This paper reports on a two-year study exploring children's understandings of disability. It focuses on findings from interviews conducted with 24 children, aged 6 to 19, who had disabled siblings, exploring their perceptions of impairment, disability and difference. Most were very aware of their sibling's impairment but the majority did not see that as making their siblings different. Where difference was perceived, this was sometimes attributed to their siblings' experience of disability—unequal treatment and the hostile attitudes of others. Most children saw their disabled sibling as holding various identities and their shared biographies, as members of the same family, may have taken precedence over any perceived differences. Copyright © 2003 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.},
6883 author = {Stalker, K and Connors, C.},
6884 doi = {10.1002/chi.794},
6885 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Childrens perceptions of their disabled siblings `shes different but its normal for us' - Stalker, Connors.pdf:pdf},
6886 journal = {Children & Society},
6887 month = jun,
6888 pages = {218--230},
6889 shorttitle = {Childrens perceptions of their disabled siblings},
6890 title = {{Childrens perceptions of their disabled siblings: `shes different but its normal for us'}},
6891 url = {http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/jws/chi/2004/00000018/00000003/art00005},
6892 volume = {18},
6893 year = {2004}
6894 }
6895 @article{Edwards2003,
6896 author = {Edwards, T. C. and Patrick, D. L. and Topolski, T. D.},
6897 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Quality of life of adolescents with perceived disabilities - Edwards, Patrick, Topolski.pdf:pdf},
6898 journal = {Journal of Pediatric Psychology},
6899 number = {4},
6900 pages = {233--241},
6901 title = {{Quality of life of adolescents with perceived disabilities}},
6902 volume = {28},
6903 year = {2003}
6904 }
6905 @article{Diller1997,
6906 author = {Diller, M.},
6907 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Dissonant Disability Policies The Tensions Between the Americans with Disabilities Act and Federal Disability Benefit Programs - Diller.pdf:pdf},
6908 journal = {Texas Law Review},
6909 pages = {1003},
6910 title = {{Dissonant Disability Policies: The Tensions Between the Americans with Disabilities Act and Federal Disability Benefit Programs}},
6911 volume = {76},
6912 year = {1997}
6913 }
6914 @article{Killeen2005,
6915 abstract = {The statistic p(rep) estimates the probability of replicating an effect. It captures traditional publication criteria for signal-to-noise ratio, while avoiding parametric inference and the resulting Bayesian dilemma. In concert with effect size and replication intervals, p(rep) provides all of the information now used in evaluating research, while avoiding many of the pitfalls of traditional statistical inference.},
6916 author = {Killeen, Peter R},
6917 doi = {10.1111/j.0956-7976.2005.01538.x},
6918 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/An alternative to null-hypothesis significance tests - Killeen.pdf:pdf},
6919 issn = {0956-7976},
6920 journal = {Psychological science},
6921 keywords = {1990},
6922 month = may,
6923 number = {5},
6924 pages = {345--53},
6925 pmid = {15869691},
6926 title = {{An alternative to null-hypothesis significance tests}},
6927 url = {http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=1473027&tool=pmcentrez&rendertype=abstract},
6928 volume = {16},
6929 year = {2005}
6930 }
6931 @article{Hergenrather2007,
6932 annote = {Perceptions of students without disabilities had positive feelings about others in the work place and having friendships and marital partners.  },
6933 author = {Hergenrather, K. and Rhodes, S.},
6934 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Exploring Undergraduate Student Attitudes Toward Persons With Disabilities Application of the Disability Social Relationship Scale - Hergenrather, Rhodes.pdf:pdf},
6935 journal = {Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin},
6936 number = {2},
6937 pages = {66},
6938 shorttitle = {Exploring Undergraduate Student Attitudes Toward P},
6939 title = {{Exploring Undergraduate Student Attitudes Toward Persons With Disabilities: Application of the Disability Social Relationship Scale}},
6940 volume = {50},
6941 year = {2007}
6942 }
6943 @article{jones1996toward,
6944 author = {Jones, S.R.},
6945 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/Toward inclusive theory Disability as social construction - Jones.pdf:pdf},
6946 journal = {NASPA journal},
6947 pages = {347--354},
6948 publisher = {NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION, INC.},
6949 title = {{Toward inclusive theory: Disability as social construction}},
6950 volume = {33},
6951 year = {1996}
6952 }
6953 @article{Walkera,
6954 abstract = {The concept of degrees of freedom, considered of central importance to interpretation of psychological and educational data, is presented and the computational procedure outlined. A section is devoted to the importance of the concept and illustrations are given to show how the number of degrees of freedom may be determined for various situations. Bibliography of 13 references.},
6955 author = {Walker, H. M.},
6956 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1940/Degrees of freedom - Walker.pdf:pdf},
6957 journal = {Journal of Educational Psychology},
6958 number = {4},
6959 pages = {253--269},
6960 title = {{Degrees of freedom}},
6961 volume = {31},
6962 year = {1940}
6963 }
6964 @article{Coie1993,
6965 author = {Coie, JD and Watt, NF and West, SG},
6966 journal = {American Psychologist},
6967 number = {10},
6968 pages = {1013--1022},
6969 title = {{The science of prevention: A conceptual framework and some directions for a national research program}},
6970 volume = {48},
6971 year = {1993}
6972 }
6973 @book{Stitz2010,
6974 author = {Stitz, Carl and Zeager, Jeff},
6975 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/College Algebra - Stitz, Zeager.pdf:pdf},
6976 keywords = {College Algebra,Mathematics},
6977 mendeley-tags = {College Algebra,Mathematics},
6978 title = {{College Algebra}},
6979 year = {2010}
6980 }
6981 @article{Walker1991,
6982 author = {Walker, L. S. and Greene, J. W.},
6983 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1991/The Functional Disability Inventory Measuring a Neglected Dimension of Child Health Status - Walker, Greene.pdf:pdf},
6984 journal = {Journal of Pediatric Psychology},
6985 number = {1},
6986 pages = {39--58},
6987 title = {{The Functional Disability Inventory: Measuring a Neglected Dimension of Child Health Status}},
6988 volume = {16},
6989 year = {1991}
6990 }
6991 @article{Thompson2000,
6992 author = {Thompson, ID},
6993 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Medicating the ADA-Sutton v. United Airlines, Inc. Considering Mitigating Measures to Define Disability - Thompson.pdf:pdf},
6994 journal = {Pepp. L. Rev.},
6995 title = {{Medicating the ADA-Sutton v. United Airlines, Inc.: Considering Mitigating Measures to Define Disability}},
6996 url = {http://heinonlinebackup.com/hol-cgi-bin/get_pdf.cgi?handle=hein.journals/pepplr28&amp;section=15},
6997 year = {2000}
6998 }
6999 @article{Khuri2006,
7000 author = {Khuri, AI and Mukherjee, B},
7001 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Design issues for generalized linear models A review - Khuri, Mukherjee.pdf:pdf},
7002 journal = {Statistical Science},
7003 title = {{Design issues for generalized linear models: A review}},
7004 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/27645772},
7005 year = {2006}
7006 }
7007 @article{Martz2005a,
7008 author = {Martz, E. and Birks, K. and Blackwell, T. L.},
7009 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/The Prediction of Levels of Posttraumatic Stress Levels by Depression among Veterans with Disabilities - Martz, Birks, Blackwell.pdf:pdf},
7010 journal = {The Journal of Rehabilitation},
7011 number = {1},
7012 pages = {56--62},
7013 title = {{The Prediction of Levels of Posttraumatic Stress Levels by Depression among Veterans with Disabilities}},
7014 volume = {71},
7015 year = {2005}
7016 }
7017 @article{Antle2004,
7018 author = {Antle, B. J.},
7019 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Factors Associated with Self-Worth in Young People with Physical Disabilities - Antle.pdf:pdf},
7020 journal = {Health and Social Work},
7021 number = {3},
7022 pages = {167--176},
7023 title = {{Factors Associated with Self-Worth in Young People with Physical Disabilities}},
7024 volume = {29},
7025 year = {2004}
7026 }
7027 @article{Livingston2007,
7028 author = {Livingston, M. H. and Rosenbaum, P. L. and Russell, D. J. and Palisano, R. J.},
7029 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Quality of life among adolescents with cerebral palsy what does the literature tell us - Livingston et al.pdf:pdf},
7030 journal = {Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology},
7031 number = {3},
7032 pages = {225--231},
7033 shorttitle = {Quality of life among adolescents with cerebral pa},
7034 title = {{Quality of life among adolescents with cerebral palsy: what does the literature tell us?}},
7035 volume = {49},
7036 year = {2007}
7037 }
7038 @techreport{Daly2006,
7039 author = {Daly, E. and Glover, T. and McCurdy, M.},
7040 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Response-To-Intervention - Daly, Glover, McCurdy.pdf:pdf},
7041 institution = {Nebraska Department of Education & the University of Nebraska},
7042 pages = {1--28},
7043 title = {{Response-To-Intervention}},
7044 year = {2006}
7045 }
7046 @misc{tennvlane,
7047 keywords = {Court Case},
7048 mendeley-tags = {Court Case},
7049 title = {{Tennessee v. Lane. 541 U.S. 509}},
7050 url = {http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/02-1667.ZS.html},
7051 year = {2004}
7052 }
7053 @article{Fox2006a,
7054 author = {Fox, John and Andersen, Robert},
7055 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Effect displays for multinomial and proportional-odds logit models - Fox, Andersen.pdf:pdf},
7056 journal = {Sociological Methodology},
7057 title = {{Effect displays for multinomial and proportional-odds logit models}},
7058 url = {http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/118728243/abstract},
7059 year = {2006}
7060 }
7061 @book{Lange2010,
7062 address = {New York, NY},
7063 author = {Lange, Kenneth},
7064 doi = {10.1007/978-1-4419-7165-4},
7065 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Applied Probability - Lange.pdf:pdf},
7066 isbn = {978-1-4419-7164-7},
7067 keywords = {Probability},
7068 mendeley-tags = {Probability},
7069 publisher = {Springer New York},
7070 series = {Springer Texts in Statistics},
7071 title = {{Applied Probability}},
7072 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-1-4419-7164-7/},
7073 year = {2010}
7074 }
7075 @book{Congdon2006,
7076 annote = {Buy This Book!!!!},
7077 author = {Congdon, P},
7078 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Bayesian statistical modelling - Congdon.pdf:pdf},
7079 keywords = {Bayes,Linear Models},
7080 mendeley-tags = {Bayes,Linear Models},
7081 title = {{Bayesian statistical modelling}},
7082 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=yQE1ze5-6oQC&oi=fnd&pg=PR5&dq=Bayesian+Statistical+Modelling&ots=tRD401Fv2L&sig=xszYjM4bwf2JEUUTbzFK8lFnw9w},
7083 year = {2006}
7084 }
7085 @article{Oktay2004,
7086 author = {Oktay, J. S. and Tompkins, C. J.},
7087 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Personal Assistance Providers' Mistreatment of Disabled Adults - Oktay, Tompkins.pdf:pdf},
7088 journal = {Health and Social Work},
7089 number = {3},
7090 pages = {177--189},
7091 title = {{Personal Assistance Providers' Mistreatment of Disabled Adults}},
7092 volume = {29},
7093 year = {2004}
7094 }
7095 @article{McCarthy2003,
7096 author = {McCarthy, H.},
7097 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/The Disability Rights Movement Experiences and Perspectives of Selected Leaders in the Disability Community - McCarthy.pdf:pdf},
7098 journal = {Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin},
7099 number = {4},
7100 pages = {209},
7101 shorttitle = {The Disability Rights Movement},
7102 title = {{The Disability Rights Movement: Experiences and Perspectives of Selected Leaders in the Disability Community}},
7103 volume = {46},
7104 year = {2003}
7105 }
7106 @book{Izenman2008,
7107 author = {Izenman, AJ},
7108 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Modern multivariate statistical techniques regression, classification, and manifold learning - Izenman.pdf:pdf},
7109 keywords = {Linear Models},
7110 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
7111 title = {{Modern multivariate statistical techniques: regression, classification, and manifold learning}},
7112 year = {2008}
7113 }
7114 @book{Wright1960,
7115 address = {New York},
7116 annote = {seminal book on disability},
7117 author = {Wright, B. A. P.},
7118 publisher = {Harper},
7119 title = {{Physical Disability--a Psychological Approach}},
7120 year = {1960}
7121 }
7122 @incollection{BraxtonJohnM.andHirschy2005,
7123 address = {Westport, CT},
7124 author = {Braxton, John M. and Hirschy, Amy. S.},
7125 booktitle = {College Student Retention: Formula for Student Success},
7126 editor = {Seidman, A.},
7127 publisher = {American Council on Education and Praeger Publishers},
7128 title = {{Theoretical developments in the study of college student departure}},
7129 year = {2005}
7130 }
7131 @article{Jonsson2008,
7132 author = {J\"{o}nsson, G. and Ekholm, J. and Schult, M. L.},
7133 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health environmental factors as facilitators or barriers used in describing personal and social networks a pilot study of adults with cerebral pal.pdf:pdf},
7134 journal = {International Journal of Rehabilitation Research},
7135 number = {2},
7136 pages = {119},
7137 shorttitle = {The International Classification of Functioning, D},
7138 title = {{The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health environmental factors as facilitators or barriers used in describing personal and social networks: a pilot study of adults with cerebral palsy}},
7139 volume = {31},
7140 year = {2008}
7141 }
7142 @article{Stinson1996,
7143 author = {Stinson, M. S. and Whitmire, K. and Kluwin, T. N.},
7144 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/Self-perceptions of social relationships in hearing-impaired adolescents - Stinson, Whitmire, Kluwin.pdf:pdf},
7145 journal = {Journal of Educational Psychology},
7146 number = {1},
7147 pages = {132--143},
7148 title = {{Self-perceptions of social relationships in hearing-impaired adolescents}},
7149 volume = {88},
7150 year = {1996}
7151 }
7152 @article{SunshineHillygus2005,
7153 annote = {
7154         What is the article about?
7155         
7156           
7157 
7158         looking at higher education content to see if it will predict political participation.
7159           
7160 
7161           
7162 In the literature review and/or conceptual framework, how do authors talk about the relationship between political participation/orientation and life course experiences, and/or the relationship between political participation/orientation and college experiences?
7163         
7164           
7165 
7166         the author uses the civic engagement hypothesis, arguing the more poeple learn about politics the more they will become engaged in the political process and accept democratic principles. the more education a person gets the more they will understand teh system and the costs of political partiicpation go down.
7167           
7168 
7169           
7170 What interesting thoughts or assertions did authors make in literature review or discussion that we can use in our paper? (e.g., “the need to promote political participation is essential for our democracy,” “those who do not participate politically are likely to have a highly undemocratic view of the world”) Basically think about things we can use for fodder.
7171         
7172           
7173 
7174         this gives some evdience to our argument that majors (or content areas) may be relevant to future political partiicpation.
7175           
7176 
7177           
7178 What variables or concepts relate to political participation?
7179         
7180           
7181 
7182         many control variables, but the numer of credits in business, science and education, whether they have an advanced degree, political interest. also verbal SAT scores help understand intellectual performance, 
7183           
7184 
7185           
7186 What are the research questions of the study?
7187         
7188           
7189 
7190         does what you study and your intellectual abilities affect political participation.
7191           
7192 
7193           
7194 What data was used or collected?
7195         
7196           
7197 
7198         B&B
7199           
7200 
7201           
7202 What methodologies were employed?
7203         
7204           
7205 
7206         logistic regression, for whether voted or not, and whether they participated in political activites
7207           
7208 
7209           
7210 IF SEM, describe model they intend to estimate
7211         
7212           
7213 
7214         NA
7215           
7216 
7217           
7218 What findings were relevant to understanding political participation?
7219         
7220           
7221 
7222         intellect is not related to political participation, but social science credits, humanitities credit in college are positively related, business and science are negatively related to political participation. post college political interest is related. whether voting or not, none of the majors except social science and education are related. 
7223           
7224 
7225           
7226 What interesting things stated in the discussion can we use for our paper.  Make sure you cite everything.
7227         
7228           
7229 
7230         those in social sciences and humanities were more likely to partiicpate incommunity service, vote, discuss politics and participate in politics right after college.
7231           
7232 
7233           
7234 List citations of other studies that authors reference of regarding the relationship between political participation/orientation and/or the relationship between life course experiences, and/or political participation and college experiences?
7235         
7236 Galston, William A. (2001). Political knowledge, political engagement and civic education. Annual Review of Political Science 4: 217-234.
7237 
7238         
7239 Levine, Peter and Lopez, Mark H. (2004). Themes Emphasized in Social Studies and Civics Classes: New Evidence. CIRCLE fact sheet.},
7240 author = {Hillygus, D. Sunshine},
7241 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/The missing link Exploring the relationship between higher education and political engagement - Hillygus.pdf:pdf},
7242 journal = {Political Behavior},
7243 number = {1},
7244 pages = {25--47},
7245 shorttitle = {The missing link},
7246 title = {{The missing link: Exploring the relationship between higher education and political engagement}},
7247 volume = {27},
7248 year = {2005}
7249 }
7250 @article{Mulder2012,
7251 author = {Mulder, BF and Erich, MH},
7252 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2012/Faculty and student perceptions of the feasibility of individual student–faculty meetings - Mulder, Erich.pdf:pdf},
7253 journal = {Perspectives on Medical Education},
7254 title = {{Faculty and student perceptions of the feasibility of individual student–faculty meetings}},
7255 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/index/7890K14264778029.pdf},
7256 year = {2012}
7257 }
7258 @article{wild2002rethinking,
7259 author = {Wild, L. and Ebbers, L.},
7260 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Rethinking student retention in community colleges - Wild, Ebbers.pdf:pdf},
7261 journal = {Community College Journal of Research & Practice},
7262 number = {6},
7263 pages = {503--519},
7264 title = {{Rethinking student retention in community colleges}},
7265 volume = {26},
7266 year = {2002}
7267 }
7268 @article{myung2003tutorial,
7269 author = {Myung, I.J.},
7270 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Tutorial on maximum likelihood estimation - Myung.pdf:pdf},
7271 issn = {0022-2496},
7272 journal = {Journal of Mathematical Psychology},
7273 number = {1},
7274 pages = {90--100},
7275 publisher = {Elsevier},
7276 title = {{Tutorial on maximum likelihood estimation}},
7277 volume = {47},
7278 year = {2003}
7279 }
7280 @article{JosephL.SchaferandMarenK.Olsen1998,
7281 author = {Schafer, Joseph L. and Olsen, Maren K.},
7282 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/Multiple imputation for multivariate missing-data problems A data analyst's perspective - Schafer, Olsen.pdf:pdf},
7283 journal = {Multivariate Behavioral Research},
7284 title = {{Multiple imputation for multivariate missing-data problems: A data analyst's perspective}},
7285 url = {http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=+?Multiple+Imputation+for+multivariate+Missing-Data+Problems:++A+Data+Analyst?s+Perspective.?+#0},
7286 year = {1998}
7287 }
7288 @article{crouchleymultivariate,
7289 author = {Crouchley, R. and Stott, D. and Pritchard, J. and Grose, D.},
7290 journal = {lancs.ac.uk},
7291 title = {{Multivariate Generalised Linear Mixed Models via sabreR (Sabre in R)}},
7292 url = {http://www.lancs.ac.uk/staff/cpajp/sabre/sabreR_coursebook.pdf}
7293 }
7294 @book{Hoff2009,
7295 address = {New York},
7296 annote = {A First Course in Bayesian Statistical Methods},
7297 author = {Hoff, P. D.},
7298 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/A First Course in Bayesian Statistical Methods - Hoff.pdf:pdf},
7299 keywords = {Bayes},
7300 mendeley-tags = {Bayes},
7301 publisher = {Springer},
7302 title = {{A First Course in Bayesian Statistical Methods}},
7303 year = {2009}
7304 }
7305 @article{Stromer1983,
7306 author = {Stromer, W. F.},
7307 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1983/Disability and Interpersonal Communication - Stromer.pdf:pdf},
7308 journal = {Communication Education},
7309 number = {4},
7310 pages = {425--27},
7311 title = {{Disability and Interpersonal Communication}},
7312 volume = {32},
7313 year = {1983}
7314 }
7315 @article{zwerling2002workforce,
7316 author = {Zwerling, C. and Whitten, P.S. and Sprince, N.L. and Davis, C.S. and Wallace, R.B. and Blanck, P.D. and Heeringa, S.G.},
7317 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Workforce participation by persons with disabilities the National Health Interview Survey Disability Supplement, 1994 to 1995 - Zwerling et al.pdf:pdf},
7318 journal = {Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine},
7319 number = {4},
7320 pages = {358},
7321 title = {{Workforce participation by persons with disabilities: the National Health Interview Survey Disability Supplement, 1994 to 1995}},
7322 volume = {44},
7323 year = {2002}
7324 }
7325 @article{Hoff2002,
7326 author = {Hoff, P. D. and Raftery, A. E. and Handcock, M. S.},
7327 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Latent Space Approaches to Social Network Analysis - Hoff, Raftery, Handcock.pdf:pdf},
7328 journal = {Journal of the American Statistical Association},
7329 number = {460},
7330 pages = {1090--1099},
7331 title = {{Latent Space Approaches to Social Network Analysis}},
7332 volume = {97},
7333 year = {2002}
7334 }
7335 @book{Wiener,
7336 author = {{Richard L. Wiener} and Willborn, Steven L.},
7337 editor = {Wiener, Richard L. and Willborn, Steven L.},
7338 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Disability and Aging Discrimination - Richard L. Wiener, Willborn.pdf:pdf},
7339 title = {{Disability and Aging Discrimination}},
7340 year = {2011}
7341 }
7342 @article{Madigan2005,
7343 author = {Madigan, D and Genkin, A},
7344 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Bayesian multinomial logistic regression for author identification - Madigan, Genkin.pdf:pdf},
7345 journal = {Bayesian Inference and \ldots},
7346 title = {{Bayesian multinomial logistic regression for author identification}},
7347 year = {2005}
7348 }
7349 @article{Morris2009,
7350 author = {Morris, J and Reese, J},
7351 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Facebook Usage as a Predictor of Retention at a Private 4-Year Institution - Morris, Reese.pdf:pdf},
7352 journal = {Journal of College Student Retention},
7353 number = {3},
7354 pages = {311--322},
7355 title = {{Facebook Usage as a Predictor of Retention at a Private 4-Year Institution}},
7356 volume = {11},
7357 year = {2009}
7358 }
7359 @misc{AmericanswithDisabilitiesActof19901991,
7360 keywords = {Statute/Constitution},
7361 mendeley-tags = {Statute/Constitution},
7362 title = {{Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, 42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq.}},
7363 year = {1991}
7364 }
7365 @article{Gelman2005,
7366 author = {Gelman, Andrew},
7367 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Analysis of Variance Why It Is More Important than Ever - Gelman.pdf:pdf},
7368 journal = {The Annals of Statistics},
7369 number = {1},
7370 pages = {1 -- 31},
7371 publisher = {Institute of Mathematical Statistics},
7372 title = {{Analysis of Variance: Why It Is More Important than Ever}},
7373 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/3448650},
7374 volume = {33},
7375 year = {2005}
7376 }
7377 @article{gautieri2009molecular,
7378 author = {Gautieri, A. and Uzel, S. and Vesentini, S. and Redaelli, A. and Buehler, M.J.},
7379 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Molecular and mesoscale mechanisms of osteogenesis imperfecta disease in collagen fibrils - Gautieri et al.pdf:pdf},
7380 journal = {Biophysical Journal},
7381 number = {3},
7382 pages = {857--865},
7383 publisher = {Elsevier},
7384 title = {{Molecular and mesoscale mechanisms of osteogenesis imperfecta disease in collagen fibrils}},
7385 url = {http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0006349509010261},
7386 volume = {97},
7387 year = {2009}
7388 }
7389 @book{Starr2005,
7390 author = {Starr, Jason},
7391 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Calculus Lecture Summaries - Starr.pdf:pdf},
7392 keywords = {Mathematics},
7393 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
7394 title = {{Calculus Lecture Summaries}},
7395 year = {2005}
7396 }
7397 @article{Raichle2007,
7398 author = {Raichle, K. A. and Hanley, M. and Jensen, M. P. and Cardenas, D. D.},
7399 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Cognitions, Coping, and Social Environment Predict Adjustment to Pain in Spinal Cord Injury - Raichle et al.pdf:pdf},
7400 journal = {Journal of Pain},
7401 number = {9},
7402 pages = {718--729},
7403 title = {{Cognitions, Coping, and Social Environment Predict Adjustment to Pain in Spinal Cord Injury}},
7404 volume = {8},
7405 year = {2007}
7406 }
7407 @article{Stephens1974,
7408 author = {Stephens, MA},
7409 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1974/EDF statistics for goodness of fit and some comparisons - Stephens.pdf:pdf},
7410 journal = {Journal of the American Statistical Association},
7411 title = {{EDF statistics for goodness of fit and some comparisons}},
7412 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/2286009},
7413 year = {1974}
7414 }
7415 @article{Wolfe1995,
7416 abstract = {Total SAT score, average grade earned in high school, and 32 personality variables are examined via forward multiple regression analyses to identify the best combination for predicting GPA in a sample of 201 psychology students. Average grade earned in high school enters first, accounting for 19% of the variance in GPA. Self-control enters second, and SAT third; these account for 9% and 5% of the variance, respectively. No other predictors accounted for substantial portions of variance. This pattern of results converges with findings reported by other investigators using other measures of personality. It was recommended that the global trait of self-control or conscientiousness be systematically assessed and used in college admissions decisions.},
7417 author = {Wolfe, R. N. and Johnson, S. D.},
7418 doi = {10.1177/0013164495055002002},
7419 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1995/Personality as a Predictor of College Performance - Wolfe, Johnson.pdf:pdf},
7420 issn = {0013-1644},
7421 journal = {Educational and Psychological Measurement},
7422 month = apr,
7423 number = {2},
7424 pages = {177--185},
7425 title = {{Personality as a Predictor of College Performance}},
7426 url = {http://epm.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/55/2/177},
7427 volume = {55},
7428 year = {1995}
7429 }
7430 @article{famoye2006zero,
7431 author = {Famoye, F. and Singh, K.P.},
7432 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Zero-inflated generalized Poisson regression model with an application to domestic violence data - Famoye, Singh.pdf:pdf},
7433 journal = {Journal of Data Science},
7434 number = {1},
7435 pages = {117--130},
7436 title = {{Zero-inflated generalized Poisson regression model with an application to domestic violence data}},
7437 url = {http://www.jds-online.com/file_download/96/JDS-257.pdf},
7438 volume = {4},
7439 year = {2006}
7440 }
7441 @article{Bradley2005,
7442 author = {Bradley, R. and Greene, J. W. and Russ, E. and Dutra, L. and Westen, D.},
7443 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/A Multidimensional Meta-Analysis of Psychotherapy for PTSD - Bradley et al.pdf:pdf},
7444 journal = {American Journal of Psychiatry},
7445 pages = {214--227},
7446 title = {{A Multidimensional Meta-Analysis of Psychotherapy for PTSD}},
7447 volume = {162},
7448 year = {2005}
7449 }
7450 @article{john1989effects,
7451 author = {John, E.P.S. and Noell, J.},
7452 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1989/The effects of student financial aid on access to higher education An analysis of progress with special consideration of minority enrollment - John, Noell.pdf:pdf},
7453 journal = {Research in higher Education},
7454 number = {6},
7455 pages = {563--581},
7456 publisher = {Springer},
7457 title = {{The effects of student financial aid on access to higher education: An analysis of progress with special consideration of minority enrollment}},
7458 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/index/T30103054557NG28.pdf},
7459 volume = {30},
7460 year = {1989}
7461 }
7462 @article{Nagelkerke1991,
7463 author = {Nagelkerke, N. J. D.},
7464 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1991/A note on a general definition of the coefficient of determination - Nagelkerke.pdf:pdf},
7465 journal = {Biometrika},
7466 number = {3},
7467 pages = {691--692},
7468 title = {{A note on a general definition of the coefficient of determination}},
7469 volume = {78},
7470 year = {1991}
7471 }
7472 @article{Monroe1986,
7473 author = {Monroe, S. M. and Steiner, S. C.},
7474 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1986/Social support and psychopathology interrelations with preexisting disorder, stress, and personality - Monroe, Steiner.pdf:pdf},
7475 journal = {Journal of Abnormal Psychology},
7476 number = {1},
7477 pages = {29--39},
7478 shorttitle = {Social support and psychopathology},
7479 title = {{Social support and psychopathology: interrelations with preexisting disorder, stress, and personality}},
7480 volume = {95},
7481 year = {1986}
7482 }
7483 @article{ReneeWE1983,
7484 author = {Weber, Renee and Crocker, Jennifer},
7485 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1983/Cognitive Processes in the Revision of Stereotypic Beliefs - Weber, Crocker.pdf:pdf},
7486 journal = {Journal of Personality and Social Psychology},
7487 title = {{Cognitive processes in the revision of stereotypic beliefs}},
7488 url = {http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/psp/45/5/961/},
7489 year = {1983}
7490 }
7491 @book{Dudley,
7492 author = {Dudley, Richard},
7493 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Mathematical Statistics - Dudley.pdf:pdf},
7494 keywords = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
7495 mendeley-tags = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
7496 title = {{Mathematical Statistics}},
7497 year = {2003}
7498 }
7499 @article{TrudyH.BersKerryE.Smith1991,
7500 author = {Bers, Trudy H. and Smith, Kerry E.},
7501 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1991/Persistence of community college students The influence of student intent and academic and social integration - Bers, Smith.pdf:pdf},
7502 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
7503 number = {4},
7504 pages = {539--556},
7505 title = {{Persistence of community college students: The influence of student intent and academic and social integration}},
7506 volume = {32},
7507 year = {1991}
7508 }
7509 @article{Cohen1995,
7510 author = {Cohen, J},
7511 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/The earth is round rejoinder - Cohen.pdf:pdf},
7512 journal = {American Psychologist},
7513 number = {12},
7514 pages = {997--1003},
7515 title = {{The earth is round rejoinder}},
7516 volume = {49},
7517 year = {1994}
7518 }
7519 @article{Manns2001,
7520 author = {Manns, P. J. and Chad, K. E.},
7521 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Components of Quality of Life for Persons with a Quadriplegic and Paraplegic Spinal Cord Injury - Manns, Chad.pdf:pdf},
7522 journal = {Qualitative Health Research},
7523 number = {6},
7524 pages = {795--811},
7525 title = {{Components of Quality of Life for Persons with a Quadriplegic and Paraplegic Spinal Cord Injury}},
7526 volume = {11},
7527 year = {2001}
7528 }
7529 @article{shakespeare2006social,
7530 author = {Shakespeare, T.},
7531 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/The social model of disability an outdated ideology - Shakespeare, Watson.pdf:pdf},
7532 journal = {The disability studies reader},
7533 pages = {197--204},
7534 publisher = {New York: Routledge},
7535 title = {{The social model of disability}},
7536 year = {2006}
7537 }
7538 @article{Wehman2000,
7539 author = {Wehman, P. and Wilson, K. and Parent, W. and Sherron-Targett, P. and McKinley, W.},
7540 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Employment Satisfaction of Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury - Wehman et al.pdf:pdf},
7541 journal = {American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation},
7542 number = {2},
7543 pages = {161},
7544 title = {{Employment Satisfaction of Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury}},
7545 volume = {79},
7546 year = {2000}
7547 }
7548 @article{Helland2002,
7549 abstract = {Examined how the fulfillment of college expectations affects students' social integration. Path analysis showed that the fulfillment of social expectations for college positively affects both social integration and subsequent institutional commitment; the greater the degree of these, the more likely students will re-enroll in the university. (EV)},
7550 author = {Helland, Patricia A. and Stallings, Hilary J. and Braxton, John M.},
7551 issn = {1521-0251},
7552 journal = {Journal of College Student Retention},
7553 keywords = {1990},
7554 number = {4},
7555 pages = {381--96},
7556 title = {{The Fulfillment of Expectations for College and Student Departure Decisions}},
7557 volume = {3},
7558 year = {2002}
7559 }
7560 @article{Bowman2010,
7561 abstract = {College student spiritual development constitutes an important, yet understudied topic in higher education research. In particular, very little is known about whether and how this development varies among students from diverse religious backgrounds. Using a longitudinal sample of 14,527 students from 136 institutions, the current study explored the degree to which spiritual development is related to the religious affiliations of students and the type of colleges and universities they attend. Hierarchical linear modeling analyses demonstrate numerous differences between students who identify with religious majority groups (e.g., Lutherans, Methodists), religious minority groups (e.g., Muslims, Seventh Day Adventists), and no religion at all. In most instances, the presence of individual differences in spiritual development depends upon the religious affiliation of the institution. Moreover, several college experiences are positively associated with spiritual development. Implications for higher education practitioners and administrators are discussed.},
7562 annote = {
7563         -- A paragraph or two about the nature of paper. Why was the study necessary?
7564         
7565 how is a persons spiritual development helped or hindered through their college experience. what institutional characteristics affect spiritual development. 
7566           
7567 
7568           
7569 -- Research questions
7570         
7571 First, how are religious minority status and insti- tutional type related to spiritual development? Second, to what extent do any individual- level effects differ for students attending religiously affiliated (versus secular) institutions? Third, to what extent are precollege dispositions and college experiences associated with spiritual development? 
7572 
7573         
7574           
7575 -- What data were analyzed? Who sponsored the data? Some studies use multiple sources so be clear about what the sources are and where they came from?
7576         
7577 Data from the Spirituality in Higher Education project from HERI sponsored by the Templeton foundation. 14,527 participants from 136 institutions did the followup questionaiire so will be used for analysis  
7578           
7579 -- What was the sample under study? Be brief here. One or two sentences
7580         
7581 undergraduates at 136 institutions across the nation.  
7582           
7583 -- What was the major outcome variable? Continuous? Dichotomous?
7584         
7585 spiritualitual identification scale and Spiritual quest measure, both continous. 
7586           
7587 -- What were the student-level predictors? It may be helpful to think of categories (e.g., socio-demographic, cognitive functioning, teacher quality, etc.)
7588         
7589 Female 
7590 Age
7591 African American/Black
7592 American Indian/Alaska 
7593 Native Asian/Pacific Islander
7594 Latino/Chicano
7595 Other race/ethnicity 
7596 Parental education
7597 C average high school GPA 
7598 B average high school GPA 
7599 Double minority student 
7600 Catholic student
7601 Born-again Christian student
7602 Non-affiliated student
7603 Interactions with others who hold similar religious views 
7604 Faculty support of religious/spiritual development Religious engagementEcumenical worldview (institutional) 
7605 Ecumenical worldview (individual) 
7606 2004 spiritual identification 
7607 2004 spiritual quest
7608 2007 spiritual identification 
7609 2007 spiritual quest 
7610           
7611 -- What were the institutional-level predictors? Be very clear/specific here because we are going to recommend so ways to think about creating level-2 variables here.
7612         
7613 Secular institutions 
7614 Catholic institutions
7615 Other religious institutions
7616           
7617 
7618           
7619 -- What software was used?
7620         
7621 unknown  
7622           
7623 -- What were major findings?
7624         
7625 non-catholic religious schools have highest spiritual development, then catholic schools then secular schools. these changes are fully explained by student engagement and spiritual behavior.
7626           
7627 -- How does this study relate to our article?
7628         
7629 Use of multiple outcome variables may give different prespectives of our outcome if possible to get the information from the data sets we have.},
7630 author = {Bowman, Nicholas A. and Small, Jenny L.},
7631 doi = {10.1007/s11162-010-9175-2},
7632 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Do College Students Who Identify with a Privileged Religion Experience Greater Spiritual Development Exploring Individual and Institutional Dynamics - Bowman, Small.pdf:pdf},
7633 issn = {0361-0365},
7634 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
7635 month = apr,
7636 number = {7},
7637 pages = {595--614},
7638 publisher = {Springer Netherlands},
7639 title = {{Do College Students Who Identify with a Privileged Religion Experience Greater Spiritual Development? Exploring Individual and Institutional Dynamics}},
7640 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/7652q67481278l70/},
7641 volume = {51},
7642 year = {2010}
7643 }
7644 @inproceedings{JinChen,
7645 author = {Chen, Jin and Zerquera, Desiree},
7646 booktitle = {Annual Conference of the Association for Education Finance and Policy},
7647 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/A Methodological Review of Studies on Effects of Financial Aid on College Student Success - Chen, Zerquera.pdf:pdf},
7648 title = {{A Methodological Review of Studies on Effects of Financial Aid on College Student Success}},
7649 year = {2011}
7650 }
7651 @article{Hart2007,
7652 annote = {
7653         What is the article about?
7654         
7655           
7656 
7657         what is the effect on high school community service on political participation.
7658           
7659 
7660           
7661 In the literature review and/or conceptual framework, how do authors talk about the relationship between political participation/orientation and life course experiences, and/or the relationship between political participation/orientation and college experiences?
7662         
7663           
7664 
7665         community service hours in high school may affect political participation later in life.
7666           
7667 
7668           
7669 What interesting thoughts or assertions did authors make in literature review or discussion that we can use in our paper? (e.g., “the need to promote political participation is essential for our democracy,” “those who do not participate politically are likely to have a highly undemocratic view of the world”) Basically think about things we can use for fodder.
7670         
7671           
7672 
7673         similar to other articles, that civic engagement in high school will lead to greater political partiicpation later in life, justifying a life course perspective but starting earlier than our data allows us to.
7674           
7675 
7676           
7677 What variables or concepts relate to political participation?
7678         
7679           
7680 
7681         local voting, president voting, civic volunteer, youth volunteer
7682           
7683 
7684           
7685 What are the research questions of the study?
7686         
7687           
7688 
7689         effect of civic knowledge, community service, and extracurricular participation on adult civic participation.
7690           
7691 
7692           
7693 What data was used or collected?
7694         
7695           
7696 
7697         NELS:88
7698           
7699 
7700           
7701 What methodologies were employed?
7702         
7703           
7704 
7705         logistic regression on each of the four categories.
7706           
7707 
7708           
7709 IF SEM, describe model they intend to estimate
7710         
7711           
7712 
7713         NA
7714           
7715 
7716           
7717 What findings were relevant to understanding political participation?
7718         
7719           
7720 
7721         service frquency wasnt relevant but volunteer service, mixed service, and required service were related to voting, all types of service were related to presidential election year voting, service frequency and mixed service were significant to volunteering, and all except required servic was related to youth volunteering (see tables 2-5 for results). voluntary service, mixed and required service were predictive of civic knowledge.
7722 
7723         
7724           
7725 What interesting things stated in the discussion can we use for our paper.  Make sure you cite everything.
7726         
7727           
7728 
7729         community service may be more important than we thought and this effect may start earlier in life and we just may not be able to test it. extra curricular activities and community service lead to higher rates of viting and volunteering.
7730           
7731 
7732           
7733 List citations of other studies that authors reference of regarding the relationship between political participation/orientation and/or the relationship between life course experiences, and/or political participation and college experiences?
7734         
7735 Allahyari, R. A. (2000). Visions of charity: Volunteer workers and moral community. Berkeley: University of California Press.
7736 Astin, A. W., Sax, L. J., & Avalos, J. (1999). Long-term effects of volunteerism during the undergraduate years. Review of Higher Education, 22, 187-202.},
7737 author = {Hart, D. and Donnelly, T.M. and Youniss, J. and Atkins, R.},
7738 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/High school community service as a predictor of adult voting and volunteering - Hart et al.pdf:pdf},
7739 journal = {American Educational Research Journal},
7740 number = {1},
7741 pages = {197},
7742 title = {{High school community service as a predictor of adult voting and volunteering}},
7743 url = {http://aer.sagepub.com/content/44/1/197.short},
7744 volume = {44},
7745 year = {2007}
7746 }
7747 @article{Rothmann2003,
7748 abstract = {For many indications where there is an effective standard therapy, active controlled trials are generally conducted when it is unethical to use a placebo. The efficacy objective of most such trials is the demonstration that the experimental therapy has superior efficacy to the active-control. The efficacy objective of a non-inferiority trial may be to rule out that the experimental treatment loses some prespecified fraction of the active-control effect. The size of the active-control effect may be based on previous trials comparing this active-control with a placebo-for example, through a meta-analysis. Delta-method 95% confidence interval procedures are among the testing procedures that have been proposed to test a non-inferiority hypothesis that an experimental treatment retains more than some prespecified fraction of the active-control effect. For time-to-event endpoints using hazard ratios, we will examine the type I error probability of such testing procedures under the assumption that the current active-control effect has been correctly modeled. Conditions are discussed for when such testing procedures maintain a desired approximate type I error rate and when such testing procedures will not. Two applications (one in Cardiorenalogy and one in Oncology) are given-one maintains the desired approximate type I error probability and the other does not. The delta-method 95% confidence interval procedures will also be contrasted with Fieller 95% confidence intervals. Testing based on Fieller 95% confidence intervals will maintain a desired approximate type I error rate. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]},
7749 author = {Rothmann, MarkTsou},
7750 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/On Non-inferiority Analysis Based On Delta-method Confidence Intervals - Rothmann.pdf:pdf},
7751 issn = {1054-3406},
7752 journal = {Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics},
7753 keywords = {1990},
7754 number = {3},
7755 pages = {565},
7756 title = {{On Non-inferiority Analysis Based On Delta-method Confidence Intervals}},
7757 year = {2003}
7758 }
7759 @article{Sieghart2002,
7760 author = {Sieghart, W. and Sperk, G.},
7761 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Subunit Composition, Distribution and Function of GABA A Receptor Subtypes - Sieghart, Sperk.pdf:pdf},
7762 journal = {Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry},
7763 pages = {795--816},
7764 title = {{Subunit Composition, Distribution and Function of GABA A Receptor Subtypes}},
7765 volume = {2},
7766 year = {2002}
7767 }
7768 @article{August2007,
7769 author = {August, K. J. and Rook, K. S. and Newsom, J. T.},
7770 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/The Joint Effects of Life Stress and Negative Social Exchanges on Emotional Distress - August, Rook, Newsom.pdf:pdf},
7771 journal = {Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences},
7772 number = {5},
7773 pages = {S304},
7774 title = {{The Joint Effects of Life Stress and Negative Social Exchanges on Emotional Distress}},
7775 volume = {62},
7776 year = {2007}
7777 }
7778 @book{Larsen2011,
7779 annote = {buy},
7780 author = {Larsen, Richard J. and Marx, Morris L.},
7781 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Introduction to Mathematical Statistics and Its Applications, An (5th Edition) - Larsen, Marx.djvu:djvu},
7782 isbn = {0321693949},
7783 keywords = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
7784 mendeley-tags = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
7785 pages = {768},
7786 publisher = {Prentice Hall},
7787 title = {{Introduction to Mathematical Statistics and Its Applications, An (5th Edition)}},
7788 url = {http://www.amazon.com/Introduction-Mathematical-Statistics-Its-Applications/dp/0321693949},
7789 year = {2011}
7790 }
7791 @phdthesis{Martino2006,
7792 author = {Martino, G. M.},
7793 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/The social difficulties children encounter transitioning from a self-contained deaf education program into a general education program - Martino.pdf:pdf},
7794 title = {{The social difficulties children encounter transitioning from a self-contained deaf education program into a general education program}},
7795 year = {2006}
7796 }
7797 @article{Planning2004,
7798 author = {Planning, P. C.},
7799 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Transition to adulthood for students with severe intellectual disabilities Shifting toward person-family interdependent planning - Planning.pdf:pdf},
7800 journal = {Research & Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities},
7801 number = {1},
7802 pages = {53--57},
7803 title = {{Transition to adulthood for students with severe intellectual disabilities: Shifting toward person-family interdependent planning}},
7804 volume = {29},
7805 year = {2004}
7806 }
7807 @techreport{America1998,
7808 author = {{Paralyzed Veterans of America}},
7809 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/Depression following spinal cord injury. A clinical practice guideline for primary care physicians - Paralyzed Veterans of America.pdf:pdf},
7810 institution = {Paralyzed Veterans of America},
7811 title = {{Depression following spinal cord injury. A clinical practice guideline for primary care physicians}},
7812 year = {1998}
7813 }
7814 @article{Perry1999,
7815 author = {Perry, S. R and Cabrera, A. F and Vogt, W. P},
7816 journal = {Journal of College Student Retention},
7817 number = {1},
7818 pages = {41--58},
7819 title = {{Career maturity and college student persistence}},
7820 volume = {1},
7821 year = {1999}
7822 }
7823 @article{Schulz1985,
7824 author = {Schulz, R. and Decker, S.},
7825 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1985/Long-term adjustment to physical disability the role of social support, perceived control, and self-blame - Schulz, Decker.pdf:pdf},
7826 journal = {Journal of Personality and Social Psychology},
7827 number = {5},
7828 pages = {1162--72},
7829 shorttitle = {Long-term adjustment to physical disability},
7830 title = {{Long-term adjustment to physical disability: the role of social support, perceived control, and self-blame}},
7831 volume = {48},
7832 year = {1985}
7833 }
7834 @article{zeileis2008regression,
7835 author = {Zeileis, A. and Kleiber, C. and Jackman, S.},
7836 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Regression models for count data in R - Zeileis, Kleiber, Jackman.pdf:pdf},
7837 journal = {Journal of Statistical Software},
7838 number = {8},
7839 pages = {1--25},
7840 publisher = {Citeseer},
7841 title = {{Regression models for count data in R}},
7842 url = {http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.161.2196&rep=rep1&type=pdf},
7843 volume = {27},
7844 year = {2008}
7845 }
7846 @article{Whiteneck2004,
7847 author = {Whiteneck, G. and Meade, M. A. and Dijkers, M. and Tate, D. G. and Bushnik, T. and Forchheimer, M. B.},
7848 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Environmental factors and their role in participation and life satisfaction after spinal cord injury - Whiteneck et al.pdf:pdf},
7849 journal = {Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation},
7850 number = {11},
7851 pages = {1793--1803},
7852 title = {{Environmental factors and their role in participation and life satisfaction after spinal cord injury}},
7853 volume = {85},
7854 year = {2004}
7855 }
7856 @article{Elliott1990,
7857 author = {Elliott, T. R. and Frank, R. and Corcoran, J. and Beardon, L. and Byrd, E. K.},
7858 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1990/Previous personal experience and reactions to depression and physical disability - Elliott et al.pdf:pdf},
7859 journal = {Rehabilitation Psychology},
7860 number = {2},
7861 pages = {111--120},
7862 title = {{Previous personal experience and reactions to depression and physical disability}},
7863 volume = {35},
7864 year = {1990}
7865 }
7866 @article{Albrecht1999,
7867 abstract = {This paper builds on the work of Sol Levine to examine a disability paradox: Why do many people with serious and persistent disabilities report that they experience a good or excellent quality of life when to most external observers these individuals seem to live an undesirable daily existence? The paper uses a qualitative approach to develop an explanation of this paradox using semi-structured interviews with 153 persons with disabilities. 54.3% of the respondents with moderate to serious disabilities reported having an excellent or good quality of life confirming the existence of the disability paradox. Analysis of the interviews reveals that for both those who report that they have a good and those who say they have a poor quality of life, quality of life is dependent upon finding a balance between body, mind and spirit in the self and on establishing and maintaining an harmonious set of relationships within the person's social context and external environment. A theoretical framework is developed to express these relationships. The findings are discussed for those with and without disabilities and directions are given for future research.},
7868 author = {Albrecht, Gary L. and Devlieger, Patrick J.},
7869 doi = {10.1016/S0277-9536(98)00411-0},
7870 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/The disability paradox high quality of life against all odds - Albrecht, Devlieger.pdf:pdf},
7871 issn = {0277-9536},
7872 journal = {Social Science & Medicine},
7873 month = apr,
7874 number = {8},
7875 pages = {977--988},
7876 shorttitle = {The disability paradox},
7877 title = {{The disability paradox: high quality of life against all odds}},
7878 url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6VBF-3VY07P8-2/2/e01cf751d020718638ea5f64ef9737f6},
7879 volume = {48},
7880 year = {1999}
7881 }
7882 @article{Lissitz2007,
7883 annote = {
7884         From Duplicate 2 ( 
7885         
7886         
7887           A suggested change in terminology and emphasis regarding validity and education
7888         
7889         
7890          - Lissitz, R. W.; Samuelsen, K. )
7891 
7892         
7893         
7894 
7895         From Duplicate 2 ( 
7896         
7897         
7898           A suggested change in terminology and emphasis regarding validity and education
7899         
7900         
7901          - Lissitz, R. W.; Samuelsen, K. )
7902 
7903         
7904         
7905 
7906         
7907 
7908         
7909 
7910         
7911 
7912         
7913 
7914       },
7915 author = {Lissitz, R. W. and Samuelsen, K.},
7916 doi = {10.3102/0013189X07311286},
7917 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/A Suggested Change in Terminology and Emphasis Regarding Validity and Education - Lissitz, Samuelsen.pdf:pdf},
7918 issn = {0013-189X},
7919 journal = {Educational Researcher},
7920 keywords = {1990},
7921 month = nov,
7922 number = {8},
7923 pages = {437--448},
7924 title = {{A Suggested Change in Terminology and Emphasis Regarding Validity and Education}},
7925 url = {http://edr.sagepub.com/cgi/doi/10.3102/0013189X07311286},
7926 volume = {36},
7927 year = {2007}
7928 }
7929 @article{Deci1991,
7930 author = {Deci, Edward L. and Ryan, Richard M.},
7931 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1991/A motivational approach to self Integration in personality - Deci, Ryan.pdf:pdf},
7932 journal = {Nebraska symposium on motivation},
7933 title = {{A motivational approach to self: Integration in personality}},
7934 url = {http://exordio.qfb.umich.mx/archivos PDF de trabajo UMSNH/Aphilosofia/2007/autoestima/motivacion.pdf},
7935 year = {1991}
7936 }
7937 @article{ZegerKarim1991,
7938 author = {Zeger, Scott L. and Karim, M. Rezaul},
7939 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1991/Generalized linear models with random effects a Gibbs sampling approach - Zeger, Karim.pdf:pdf},
7940 journal = {Journal of the American statistical association},
7941 title = {{Generalized linear models with random effects; a Gibbs sampling approach}},
7942 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/2289717},
7943 year = {1991}
7944 }
7945 @article{Altman1998,
7946 author = {Altman, D. G. and Deeks, J J and Sackett, D L},
7947 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/Odds ratios should be avoided when events are common - Altman, Deeks, Sackett.pdf:pdf},
7948 issn = {0959-8138},
7949 journal = {British Medical Journal},
7950 keywords = {1990},
7951 month = nov,
7952 number = {7168},
7953 pages = {1318},
7954 pmid = {9804732},
7955 title = {{Odds ratios should be avoided when events are common}},
7956 volume = {317},
7957 year = {1998}
7958 }
7959 @article{Cohn2004,
7960 author = {Cohn, EG and Rotton, J},
7961 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Temperature, City Size, and the Southern Subculture of Violence Support for Social EscapeAvoidance (SEA) Theory - Cohn, Rotton.pdf:pdf},
7962 journal = {Journal of Applied Social Psychology},
7963 title = {{Temperature, City Size, and the Southern Subculture of Violence: Support for Social Escape/Avoidance (SEA) Theory}},
7964 url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1559-1816.2004.tb02792.x/abstract},
7965 year = {2004}
7966 }
7967 @techreport{Foy2001,
7968 address = {Hamburg, Germany},
7969 author = {Foy, P.},
7970 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Intraclass Correlation and Variance Components as Population Attributes and Measures of Sampling Efficiency in PIRLS - Foy.pdf:pdf},
7971 institution = {IEA Data Processing Center},
7972 title = {{Intraclass Correlation and Variance Components as Population Attributes and Measures of Sampling Efficiency in PIRLS}},
7973 year = {2001}
7974 }
7975 @article{Ross2003,
7976 author = {Ross, E. and Oliver, C.},
7977 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/The assessment of mood in adults who have severe or profound mental retardation - Ross, Oliver.pdf:pdf},
7978 journal = {Clinical Psychology Review},
7979 number = {2},
7980 pages = {225--245},
7981 title = {{The assessment of mood in adults who have severe or profound mental retardation}},
7982 volume = {23},
7983 year = {2003}
7984 }
7985 @article{Skinner2003,
7986 annote = {Strategies for self advocacy for students with LD include some common themes. One strong one is the need for individuals to be taught how to self advocate, and these skills need to be taught as early as possible. Althgohu selecting a post-secondary educational institution is not easy for anyone, some special cautions need to be taken for individuals wtih disabilities, especially in what accomodations are made. There has to be planning as early as possible (even before high school) to advocate as independently as possible and know what services they will need to succeed. },
7987 author = {Skinner, M. E. and Lindstrom, B. D.},
7988 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Bridging the gap between high school and college Strategies for the successful transition of students with learning disabilities - Skinner, Lindstrom.pdf:pdf},
7989 journal = {Preventing School Failure},
7990 number = {3},
7991 pages = {132--137},
7992 title = {{Bridging the gap between high school and college: Strategies for the successful transition of students with learning disabilities}},
7993 volume = {47},
7994 year = {2003}
7995 }
7996 @article{Li2002,
7997 author = {Li, F. and Barrera, M. and Hops, H. and Fisher, K. J.},
7998 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/The longitudinal influence of peers on the development of alcohol use in late adolescence A growth mixture analysis - Li et al.pdf:pdf},
7999 journal = {Journal of Behavioral Medicine},
8000 number = {3},
8001 pages = {293--315},
8002 title = {{The longitudinal influence of peers on the development of alcohol use in late adolescence: A growth mixture analysis}},
8003 volume = {25},
8004 year = {2002}
8005 }
8006 @article{Mimno2008,
8007 author = {Mimno, D},
8008 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Gibbs sampling for logistic normal topic models with graph-based priors - Mimno.pdf:pdf},
8009 journal = {NIPS Workshop on Analyzing Graphs},
8010 title = {{Gibbs sampling for logistic normal topic models with graph-based priors}},
8011 url = {http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=Gibbs+Sampling+for+Logistic+Normal+Topic+Models+with+Graph-Based+Priors#0},
8012 year = {2008}
8013 }
8014 @article{Heckman1979,
8015 author = {Heckman, JJ},
8016 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1979/Sample selection bias as a specification error - Heckman.pdf:pdf},
8017 journal = {Econometrica},
8018 title = {{Sample selection bias as a specification error}},
8019 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/1912352},
8020 year = {1979}
8021 }
8022 @article{Moss2007,
8023 author = {Moss, P. A.},
8024 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Reconstructing validity - Moss.pdf:pdf},
8025 journal = {Educational Researcher},
8026 number = {8},
8027 pages = {470},
8028 title = {{Reconstructing validity}},
8029 volume = {36},
8030 year = {2007}
8031 }
8032 @article{Sharp2001,
8033 author = {Sharp, T. J. and Harvey, A. G.},
8034 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Chronic pain and posttraumatic stress disorder mutual maintenance - Sharp, Harvey.pdf:pdf},
8035 journal = {Clinical Psychology Review},
8036 number = {6},
8037 pages = {857--877},
8038 shorttitle = {Chronic pain and posttraumatic stress disorder},
8039 title = {{Chronic pain and posttraumatic stress disorder: mutual maintenance?}},
8040 volume = {21},
8041 year = {2001}
8042 }
8043 @article{VanZyl2000,
8044 author = {van Zyl, J. M. and Neudecker, H. and Nel, D. G.},
8045 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/On the distribution of the maximum likelihood estimator of Cronbach's alpha - van Zyl, Neudecker, Nel.pdf:pdf},
8046 journal = {Psychometrika},
8047 number = {3},
8048 pages = {271--280},
8049 title = {{On the distribution of the maximum likelihood estimator of Cronbach's alpha}},
8050 volume = {65},
8051 year = {2000}
8052 }
8053 @article{Kennedy2000a,
8054 author = {Kennedy, P. and Rogers, B. A.},
8055 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Anxiety and depression after spinal cord injury A longitudinal analysis - Kennedy, Rogers.pdf:pdf},
8056 journal = {Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation},
8057 number = {7},
8058 pages = {932--937},
8059 shorttitle = {Anxiety and depression after spinal cord injury},
8060 title = {{Anxiety and depression after spinal cord injury: A longitudinal analysis}},
8061 volume = {81},
8062 year = {2000}
8063 }
8064 @article{Thomas2009a,
8065 author = {Thomas, L},
8066 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Improving student retention in higher education - Thomas.pdf:pdf},
8067 journal = {Australian Universities' Review},
8068 title = {{Improving student retention in higher education}},
8069 url = {http://educationalpolicy.org/pdf/AUR_epitoday_090917.pdf},
8070 year = {2009}
8071 }
8072 @article{Faw2005,
8073 author = {Faw, B},
8074 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/What We Know and What We Don't About Consciousness Science - Faw.pdf:pdf},
8075 journal = {Journal of Consciousness Studies},
8076 title = {{What We Know and What We Don't About Consciousness Science}},
8077 url = {http://www.imprint.co.uk/pdf/ASSC_9.pdf},
8078 year = {2005}
8079 }
8080 @article{Hedges1981,
8081 author = {Hedges, LV},
8082 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1981/Distribution theory for Glass's estimator of effect size and related estimators - Hedges.pdf:pdf},
8083 journal = {Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics},
8084 number = {2},
8085 pages = {107--128},
8086 title = {{Distribution theory for Glass's estimator of effect size and related estimators}},
8087 volume = {6},
8088 year = {1981}
8089 }
8090 @article{Groce2000,
8091 author = {Groce, N. E. and Marks, J.},
8092 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/The Great Ape Project and Disability Rights Ominous Undercurrents of Eugenics in Action - Groce, Marks.pdf:pdf},
8093 journal = {American Anthropologist},
8094 number = {4},
8095 pages = {818--822},
8096 shorttitle = {The Great Ape Project and Disability Rights},
8097 title = {{The Great Ape Project and Disability Rights: Ominous Undercurrents of Eugenics in Action}},
8098 volume = {102},
8099 year = {2000}
8100 }
8101 @article{Besag1994,
8102 author = {Besag, J},
8103 journal = {The Annals of Statistics},
8104 title = {{Discussion: Markov chains for exploring posterior distributions}},
8105 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/2242479},
8106 year = {1994}
8107 }
8108 @article{rucker2011mediation,
8109 author = {Rucker, D.D. and Preacher, K.J. and Tormala, Z.L. and Petty, R.E.},
8110 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Mediation analysis in social psychology Current practices and new recommendations - Rucker et al.pdf:pdf},
8111 journal = {Social and Personality Psychology Compass},
8112 number = {6},
8113 pages = {359--371},
8114 publisher = {Wiley Online Library},
8115 title = {{Mediation analysis in social psychology: Current practices and new recommendations}},
8116 volume = {5},
8117 year = {2011}
8118 }
8119 @book{Mills2010,
8120 author = {Mills, Josh},
8121 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Estimation of Statistical Models in R - Mills.pdf:pdf},
8122 keywords = {Linear Models,R Books},
8123 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models,R Books},
8124 publisher = {Institute of Transportation Engineers},
8125 title = {{Estimation of Statistical Models in R}},
8126 year = {2010}
8127 }
8128 @misc{Team2010,
8129 address = {Vienna Austria},
8130 author = {{R Development Core Team}},
8131 publisher = {R Foundation for Statistical Computing},
8132 title = {{R: A Language and Environment for Statistical Computing}},
8133 year = {2010}
8134 }
8135 @article{imai2009,
8136 annote = {Kosuke Imai, Gary King, and Olivia Lau. 2007. “Zelig: Everyone’s Statistical Software,” http://GKing.harvard.edu/zelig.
8137 
8138         
8139 Imai, Kosuke, Gary King, and Olivia Lau. (2008). “Toward A Common Frame- work for Statistical Analysis and Development.” Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics, Vol. 17, No. 4 (December), pp. 892-913.},
8140 author = {Imai, K. and King, G. and Lau, O.},
8141 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Zelig Everyone’s statistical software - Imai, King, Lau.pdf:pdf},
8142 pages = {1--554},
8143 publisher = {Citeseer},
8144 title = {{Zelig: Everyone’s statistical software}},
8145 year = {2009}
8146 }
8147 @article{Pearl2009,
8148 author = {Pearl, J.},
8149 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Causal inference in statistics An overview - Pearl.pdf:pdf},
8150 journal = {Statistics Surveys},
8151 pages = {96--146},
8152 title = {{Causal inference in statistics: An overview}},
8153 volume = {3},
8154 year = {2009}
8155 }
8156 @article{Jones1972,
8157 author = {Jones, R. L.},
8158 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1972/Labels and stigma in special education - Jones.pdf:pdf},
8159 journal = {Exceptional Children},
8160 number = {7},
8161 pages = {553--564},
8162 title = {{Labels and stigma in special education}},
8163 volume = {38},
8164 year = {1972}
8165 }
8166 @misc{bragdon,
8167 keywords = {Court Case},
8168 mendeley-tags = {Court Case},
8169 title = {{Bragdon v. Abbott. 524 U.S. 624}},
8170 url = {http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/97-156.ZO.html},
8171 year = {1998}
8172 }
8173 @article{nelson2007out,
8174 author = {Nelson, K.R. and Mattingly, M. and Schmitt, F.A.},
8175 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Out-of-body experience and arousal - Nelson, Mattingly, Schmitt.pdf:pdf},
8176 journal = {Neurology},
8177 number = {10},
8178 pages = {794--795},
8179 publisher = {AAN Enterprises},
8180 title = {{Out-of-body experience and arousal}},
8181 url = {http://www.neurology.org/content/68/10/794.short},
8182 volume = {68},
8183 year = {2007}
8184 }
8185 @article{Shakespeare2002,
8186 author = {Shakespeare, T. and Watson, N.},
8187 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/The social model of disability an outdated ideology - Shakespeare, Watson.pdf:pdf},
8188 journal = {The Disability Studies Reader},
8189 number = {1},
8190 pages = {9--28},
8191 publisher = {Emerald Group Publishing Limited},
8192 title = {{The social model of disability: an outdated ideology}},
8193 volume = {2},
8194 year = {2002}
8195 }
8196 @book{Hamada2010,
8197 author = {Hamada, Michael S. and Wilson, Alyson G. and Reese, C. Shane and Martz, Harry F.},
8198 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Bayesian Reliability - Hamada et al.pdf:pdf},
8199 isbn = {1441926739},
8200 keywords = {Bayes},
8201 mendeley-tags = {Bayes},
8202 pages = {453},
8203 publisher = {Springer; Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2008 edition},
8204 title = {{Bayesian Reliability}},
8205 url = {http://www.amazon.com/Bayesian-Reliability-Springer-Statistics-Michael/dp/1441926739/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1321859282&sr=8-1},
8206 year = {2010}
8207 }
8208 @article{Agarwal2002,
8209 author = {Agarwal, D K and Gelfand, A E and Citron-Pousty, S},
8210 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Zero-inflated models with application to spatial count data - Agarwal, Gelfand, Citron-Pousty.pdf:pdf},
8211 journal = {Environmental and Ecological Statistics},
8212 pages = {341--355},
8213 title = {{Zero-inflated models with application to spatial count data}},
8214 volume = {9},
8215 year = {2002}
8216 }
8217 @misc{washstatedisability,
8218 keywords = {Statute/Constitution},
8219 mendeley-tags = {Statute/Constitution},
8220 title = {{Revised Code of Washington 49.60.040}},
8221 year = {2009}
8222 }
8223 @article{Nickerson2000,
8224 abstract = {Null hypothesis significance testing (NHST) is arguably the most widely used approach to hypothesis evaluation among behavioral and social scientists. It is also very controversial. A major concern expressed by critics is that such testing is misunderstood by many of those who use it. Several other objections to its use have also been raised. In this article the author reviews and comments on the claimed misunderstandings as well as on other criticisms of the approach, and he notes arguments that have been advanced in support of NHST. Alternatives and supplements to NHST are considered, as are several related recommendations regarding the interpretation of experimental data. The concluding opinion is that NHST is easily misunderstood and misused but that when applied with good judgment it can be an effective aid to the interpretation of experimental data.},
8225 author = {Nickerson, Raymond S.},
8226 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Null Hypothesis Significance Testing A Review of an Old and Continuing Controversy - Nickerson.pdf:pdf},
8227 journal = {Psychological Methods},
8228 number = {2},
8229 pages = {301--241},
8230 title = {{Null Hypothesis Significance Testing: A Review of an Old and Continuing Controversy}},
8231 volume = {5},
8232 year = {2000}
8233 }
8234 @article{martinko1982learned,
8235 author = {Martinko, M.J. and Gardner, W.L.},
8236 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1982/Learned helplessness An alternative explanation for performance deficits - Martinko, Gardner.pdf:pdf},
8237 issn = {0363-7425},
8238 journal = {Academy of Management Review},
8239 number = {2},
8240 pages = {195--204},
8241 publisher = {JSTOR},
8242 title = {{Learned helplessness: An alternative explanation for performance deficits}},
8243 volume = {7},
8244 year = {1982}
8245 }
8246 @article{Horton2007,
8247 author = {Horton, N. J. and Kleinman, K. P.},
8248 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Much ado about nothing a comparison of missing data methods and software to fit incomplete data regression models - Horton, Kleinman.pdf:pdf},
8249 journal = {The American Statistician},
8250 keywords = {1990},
8251 number = {1},
8252 pages = {79},
8253 title = {{Much ado about nothing: a comparison of missing data methods and software to fit incomplete data regression models}},
8254 volume = {61},
8255 year = {2007}
8256 }
8257 @article{Taleporos2002,
8258 author = {Taleporos, G. and McCabe, M. P.},
8259 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/The Impact of Sexual Esteem, Body Esteem, and Sexual Satisfaction on Psychological Well-Being in People with Physical Disability - Taleporos, McCabe.pdf:pdf},
8260 journal = {Sexuality and Disability},
8261 number = {3},
8262 pages = {177--183},
8263 title = {{The Impact of Sexual Esteem, Body Esteem, and Sexual Satisfaction on Psychological Well-Being in People with Physical Disability}},
8264 volume = {20},
8265 year = {2002}
8266 }
8267 @article{Tierney2000,
8268 author = {Tierney, WG},
8269 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Power, identity, and the dilemma of college student departure - Tierney.pdf:pdf},
8270 journal = {Reworking the student departure puzzle},
8271 title = {{Power, identity, and the dilemma of college student departure}},
8272 year = {2000}
8273 }
8274 @article{Rhodes2002,
8275 author = {Rhodes, J. and Jakes, S.},
8276 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Using Solution-focused Therapy During a Psychotic Crisis A Case Study - Rhodes, Jakes.pdf:pdf},
8277 journal = {Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy},
8278 number = {2},
8279 pages = {139--148},
8280 shorttitle = {Using Solution-focused Therapy During a Psychotic },
8281 title = {{Using Solution-focused Therapy During a Psychotic Crisis: A Case Study}},
8282 volume = {9},
8283 year = {2002}
8284 }
8285 @article{Fish2000,
8286 author = {Fish, J. M.},
8287 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/What Anthropology Can Do for Psychology Facing Physics Envy, Ethnocentrism, and a Belief in Race - Fish.pdf:pdf},
8288 journal = {American Anthropologist},
8289 number = {3},
8290 pages = {552--563},
8291 shorttitle = {What Anthropology Can Do for Psychology},
8292 title = {{What Anthropology Can Do for Psychology: Facing Physics Envy, Ethnocentrism, and a Belief in" Race"}},
8293 volume = {102},
8294 year = {2000}
8295 }
8296 @article{Martinez2000,
8297 author = {Martinez, R. and Sewell, K. W.},
8298 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Explanatory Style as a Predictor of College Performance in Students with Physical Disabilities - Martinez, Sewell.pdf:pdf},
8299 journal = {The Journal of Rehabilitation},
8300 number = {1},
8301 title = {{Explanatory Style as a Predictor of College Performance in Students with Physical Disabilities}},
8302 volume = {66},
8303 year = {2000}
8304 }
8305 @article{bagenstos2004has,
8306 author = {Bagenstos, S.R.},
8307 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Has the Americans with Disabilities Act Reduced Employment for People with Disabilities - Bagenstos.pdf:pdf},
8308 journal = {Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law},
8309 pages = {527},
8310 publisher = {HeinOnline},
8311 title = {{Has the Americans with Disabilities Act Reduced Employment for People with Disabilities}},
8312 volume = {25},
8313 year = {2004}
8314 }
8315 @article{DeBerard2004,
8316 abstract = {This research examines potential psychosocial predictors of freshman academic achievement and retention. College students were assessed on various dimensions, (i.e., demographics, prior academic record, smoking, drinking, health-related quality of life, social support, coping) during the first week of their freshman year, and at the beginning of the next academic year. A multiple linear regression equation predicting cumulative GPA using 10 predictors accounted for 56% of the variance in academic achievement while a logistic equation predicting retention rates was not statistically significant. The amount of variance accounted for in first year cumulative GPA (56%) represents a substantial improvement in prediction over using highschool GPA and SAT scores alone (25%; Wolfe &amp; Johnson, 1995). However, similar to past research, some health and psychosocial variables (e.g., smoking, drinking, health-related quality of life, social support, and maladaptive coping strategies) were related to retention. This model may be used as a tool to proactively identify students at high risk for poor academic performance during their freshman year and to provide direction regarding proactive intervention strategies for maladaptive behaviors predictive of poor academic performance (e.g., smoking, binge-drinking, social support, coping). Reprinted by permission of the publisher.},
8317 author = {Deberard, M. Scott and Spielmans, Glen I. and Julka, D. L.},
8318 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Predictors of Academic Achievement and Retention Among College Freshmen A Longitudinal Study - Deberard, Spielmans, Julka.pdf:pdf},
8319 issn = {01463934},
8320 journal = {College Student Journal},
8321 keywords = {1990},
8322 number = {1},
8323 pages = {66--80},
8324 title = {{Predictors of Academic Achievement and Retention Among College Freshmen: A Longitudinal Study}},
8325 volume = {38},
8326 year = {2004}
8327 }
8328 @article{Hays2001,
8329 author = {Hays, J. C. and Steffens, D. C. and Flint, E. P. and Bosworth, H. B. and George, L. K.},
8330 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Does Social Support Buffer Functional Decline in Elderly Patients With Unipolar Depression - Hays et al.pdf:pdf},
8331 journal = {American Journal of Psychiatry},
8332 number = {11},
8333 pages = {1850--1855},
8334 title = {{Does Social Support Buffer Functional Decline in Elderly Patients With Unipolar Depression?}},
8335 volume = {158},
8336 year = {2001}
8337 }
8338 @article{Boyer,
8339 author = {Boyer, B. A. and Knolls, M. L. and Kafkalas, C. M. and Tollen, L. G. and Swartz, M. and MacNeill, S. E. and Lichtenberg, P. A. and LaBuda, J. and Kim, J. and Heinemann, A. W.},
8340 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Prevalence and relationships of posttraumatic stress in families experiencing pediatric spinal cord injury - Boyer et al.pdf:pdf},
8341 journal = {Rehabilitation Psychology},
8342 number = {4},
8343 pages = {339--355},
8344 title = {{Prevalence and relationships of posttraumatic stress in families experiencing pediatric spinal cord injury}},
8345 volume = {45},
8346 year = {2000}
8347 }
8348 @book{FriedrichLiese,
8349 address = {New York},
8350 author = {Liese, Friedrich and Miescke, Klaus‐J. and Hand, DJ},
8351 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Statistical Decision Theory Estimation, Testing, and Selection - Liese, Miescke, Hand.pdf:pdf},
8352 publisher = {Springer},
8353 title = {{Statistical Decision Theory: Estimation, Testing, and Selection}},
8354 year = {2008}
8355 }
8356 @article{Feldman2008,
8357 author = {Feldman, D. E. and Swaine, B. and {Julie Gosselin}, O. T. and Meshefedjian, G. and Grilli, L.},
8358 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Is Waiting for Rehabilitation Services Associated with Changes in Function and Quality of Life in Children with Physical Disabilities - Feldman et al.pdf:pdf},
8359 journal = {Physical and Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics},
8360 title = {{Is Waiting for Rehabilitation Services Associated with Changes in Function and Quality of Life in Children with Physical Disabilities?}},
8361 year = {2008}
8362 }
8363 @article{Terenzini1994,
8364 author = {Terenzini, Patrick T. and Rendon, LI},
8365 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/The transition to college Diverse students, diverse stories - Terenzini, Rendon.pdf:pdf},
8366 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
8367 title = {{The transition to college: Diverse students, diverse stories}},
8368 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/index/R0047V507771Q5K2.pdf},
8369 year = {1994}
8370 }
8371 @article{Allen1997,
8372 author = {Allen, S. M. and Mor, V.},
8373 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/The Prevalence and Consequences of Unmet Need Contrasts Between Older and Younger Adults with Disability - Allen, Mor.pdf:pdf},
8374 journal = {Medical Care},
8375 number = {11},
8376 pages = {1132},
8377 shorttitle = {The Prevalence and Consequences of Unmet Need},
8378 title = {{The Prevalence and Consequences of Unmet Need: Contrasts Between Older and Younger Adults with Disability}},
8379 volume = {35},
8380 year = {1997}
8381 }
8382 @article{yi2007institutional,
8383 author = {Rhee, Byung-Shik},
8384 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Institutional climate and student departure A multinomial multilevel modeling approach - Rhee.pdf:pdf},
8385 journal = {The Review of Higher Education},
8386 number = {2},
8387 pages = {161--183},
8388 publisher = {The Johns Hopkins University Press},
8389 title = {{Institutional climate and student departure: A multinomial multilevel modeling approach}},
8390 volume = {31},
8391 year = {2008}
8392 }
8393 @article{Schwochau2000,
8394 author = {Schwochau, Susan and Blanck, Peter},
8395 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Economics of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Part III Does the ADA Disable the Disabled - Schwochau, Blanck.pdf:pdf},
8396 journal = {Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law},
8397 title = {{Economics of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Part III: Does the ADA Disable the Disabled}},
8398 url = {http://heinonlinebackup.com/hol-cgi-bin/get_pdf.cgi?handle=hein.journals/berkjemp21&amp;section=15},
8399 year = {2000}
8400 }
8401 @book{Klenke2008,
8402 author = {Klenke, Achim},
8403 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Probability Theory A Comprehensive Course (Universitext) - Klenke.pdf:pdf},
8404 isbn = {1848000472},
8405 keywords = {Probability},
8406 mendeley-tags = {Probability},
8407 pages = {633},
8408 publisher = {Springer},
8409 title = {{Probability Theory: A Comprehensive Course (Universitext)}},
8410 year = {2008}
8411 }
8412 @book{Sparks2005,
8413 author = {Sparks, John C.},
8414 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Calculus Without Limits Almost - Sparks.pdf:pdf},
8415 keywords = {Mathematics},
8416 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
8417 title = {{Calculus Without Limits Almost}},
8418 year = {2005}
8419 }
8420 @article{Gelman1998,
8421 author = {Gelman, A},
8422 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/Some class-participation demonstrations for decision theory and Bayesian statistics - Gelman.pdf:pdf},
8423 journal = {American Statistician},
8424 title = {{Some class-participation demonstrations for decision theory and Bayesian statistics}},
8425 year = {1998}
8426 }
8427 @book{Dekking2005a,
8428 annote = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-1-85233-896-1},
8429 author = {Dekking, F.M. and Kraaikamp, C. and Lopuha\"{a}, H.P. and Meester, L.E.},
8430 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/A Modern Introduction to Probability and Statistics Understanding Why and How (Springer Texts in Statistics) - Dekking et al.pdf:pdf},
8431 keywords = {Linaer Models,Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
8432 mendeley-tags = {Linaer Models,Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
8433 publisher = {Springer},
8434 title = {{A Modern Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Understanding Why and How (Springer Texts in Statistics)}},
8435 year = {2005}
8436 }
8437 @book{Congdon2003,
8438 annote = {Buy This Book!!!!},
8439 author = {Congdon, P},
8440 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Applied bayesian modelling - Congdon.pdf:pdf},
8441 keywords = {Bayes,Linear Models},
8442 mendeley-tags = {Bayes,Linear Models},
8443 title = {{Applied bayesian modelling}},
8444 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=C88x6zF_ogcC&oi=fnd&pg=PP7&dq=Applied+Bayesian+Modeling&ots=8ZThfZxUf4&sig=CSReIhlFOE8rJM_A68Uo1Q5_9Pg},
8445 year = {2003}
8446 }
8447 @article{Tryon2001,
8448 author = {Tryon, WW},
8449 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/statistical difference, equivalence, and indeterminancy using inferential confidence intervals An integrated alternative method of conducting null hypothesis statistical - Tryon.pdf:pdf},
8450 journal = {Psychological methods},
8451 title = {{statistical difference, equivalence, and indeterminancy using inferential confidence intervals: An integrated alternative method of conducting null hypothesis statistical}},
8452 url = {http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/met/6/4/371/},
8453 year = {2001}
8454 }
8455 @article{Gelman2005a,
8456 author = {Gelman, A and Huang, Z},
8457 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Transformed and parameter-expanded Gibbs samplers for multilevel linear and generalized linear models - Gelman, Huang.PDF:PDF},
8458 title = {{Transformed and parameter-expanded Gibbs samplers for multilevel linear and generalized linear models}},
8459 url = {http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.69.515&amp;rep=rep1&amp;type=pdf},
8460 year = {2005}
8461 }
8462 @article{boden2011retention,
8463 author = {Boden, G.T.},
8464 journal = {Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice},
8465 number = {2},
8466 pages = {179--203},
8467 publisher = {Baywood},
8468 title = {{Retention and Graduation Rates: Insights from an Extended Longitudinal View}},
8469 url = {http://baywood.metapress.com/index/3136337471920356.pdf},
8470 volume = {13},
8471 year = {2011}
8472 }
8473 @article{Diamond1993,
8474 abstract = {Changes in choices of preferred playmates by 3- and 4-year-old children were observed over the course of a school year. All of the children in this study participated in planned, fully mainstreamed, same-age preschool classes. Sociometric assessments were obtained from all children without disabilities in October, February, and May of the school year; peer nominations of three "best friends" were obtained at the beginning and end of the school year. The 3-year-old children showed a general decline in the ratings given to all of their peers over the course of the school year. Four-year-old children showed significant preferences for same-sex peers without disabilities as playmates. The implications of these findings for integrated programs are discussed.},
8475 author = {Diamond, K and {Le Furgy}, W and Blass, S},
8476 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1993/Attitudes of preschool children toward their peers with disabilities a year-long investigation in integrated classrooms - Diamond, Le Furgy, Blass.pdf:pdf},
8477 issn = {0022-1325},
8478 journal = {The Journal of Genetic Psychology},
8479 month = jun,
8480 number = {2},
8481 pages = {215--21},
8482 shorttitle = {Attitudes of preschool children toward their peers},
8483 title = {{Attitudes of preschool children toward their peers with disabilities: a year-long investigation in integrated classrooms}},
8484 url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8366332},
8485 volume = {154},
8486 year = {1993}
8487 }
8488 @book{Roussas1997,
8489 annote = {buy},
8490 author = {Roussas, GG},
8491 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/A course in mathematical statistics - Roussas.pdf:pdf},
8492 keywords = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
8493 mendeley-tags = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
8494 title = {{A course in mathematical statistics}},
8495 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=2QkkUA8hgx0C&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PP2&amp;dq=A+Course+in+Mathematical+Statistics&amp;ots=yuX1kvgJxj&amp;sig=hyZpRuUSdnyyPSNw1r7b09KW1Gc},
8496 year = {1997}
8497 }
8498 @techreport{Hauwermeiren2009,
8499 annote = {Van Hauwermeiren M and Vose D (2009). A Compendium of Distributions. [ebook]. Vose Software, Ghent, Belgium. Available from www.vosesoftware.com. Accessed dd/mm/yy.},
8500 author = {Hauwermeiren, M. and Vose, D.},
8501 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/A Compendium of Distributions - Hauwermeiren, Vose.pdf:pdf},
8502 institution = {Vose Software},
8503 title = {{A Compendium of Distributions}},
8504 year = {2009}
8505 }
8506 @article{Unger2000,
8507 annote = {retention rates similar to those of part time students.},
8508 author = {Unger, KV},
8509 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Outcomes of postsecondary supported education programs for people with psychiatric disabilities - Unger.pdf:pdf},
8510 journal = {Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation},
8511 title = {{Outcomes of postsecondary supported education programs for people with psychiatric disabilities}},
8512 year = {2000}
8513 }
8514 @article{Nie1996,
8515 author = {Nie, NH and Junn, J and Stehlik-Barry, K},
8516 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/Education and Democratic Citizenship in America - Nie, Junn, Stehlik-Barry.pdf:pdf},
8517 title = {{Education and Democratic Citizenship in America}},
8518 url = {http://eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/recordDetail?accno=ED416171},
8519 year = {1996}
8520 }
8521 @article{White2001,
8522 author = {White, O. R.},
8523 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Selected Issues in program evaluation Arguments for the individual, Revisited - White.pdf:pdf},
8524 title = {{Selected Issues in program evaluation: Arguments for the individual, Revisited}},
8525 year = {2001}
8526 }
8527 @article{dellaportas1993bayesian,
8528 author = {Dellaportas, P. and Smith, Adrian F M},
8529 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1993/Bayesian inference for generalized linear and proportional hazards models via Gibbs sampling - Dellaportas, Smith.pdf:pdf},
8530 journal = {Applied Statistics},
8531 pages = {443--459},
8532 publisher = {JSTOR},
8533 title = {{Bayesian inference for generalized linear and proportional hazards models via Gibbs sampling}},
8534 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/2986324},
8535 year = {1993}
8536 }
8537 @book{Goldstein2010,
8538 author = {Goldstein, H},
8539 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Multilevel statistical models - Goldstein.pdf:pdf},
8540 keywords = {Linear Models},
8541 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
8542 title = {{Multilevel statistical models}},
8543 year = {2010}
8544 }
8545 @article{stodden2002services,
8546 author = {Stodden, R. A. and Jones, M. and Chang, K.},
8547 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Services, supports and accommodations for individuals with disabilities An analysis across secondary education, postsecondary education and employment - Stodden, Jones, Chang.pdf:pdf},
8548 journal = {Unpublished manuscript, Honolulu},
8549 title = {{Services, supports and accommodations for individuals with disabilities: An analysis across secondary education, postsecondary education and employment}},
8550 year = {2002}
8551 }
8552 @article{Baumann2003,
8553 author = {Baumann, S. W. and Baur, R. and Sigel, E.},
8554 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Individual properties of the two functional agonist sites in GABAA receptors - Baumann, Baur, Sigel.pdf:pdf},
8555 journal = {Journal of Neuroscience},
8556 number = {35},
8557 pages = {11158--11166},
8558 title = {{Individual properties of the two functional agonist sites in GABAA receptors}},
8559 volume = {23},
8560 year = {2003}
8561 }
8562 @article{King1993,
8563 author = {King, G. A. and Shultz, I. Z. and Steel, K. and Gilpin, M. and Cathers, T.},
8564 journal = {The American journal of occupational therapy: Official publication of the American Occupational Therapy Association},
8565 number = {2},
8566 pages = {132},
8567 title = {{Self-evaluation and self-concept of adolescents with physical disabilities.}},
8568 volume = {47},
8569 year = {1993}
8570 }
8571 @article{Tinto1997,
8572 author = {Tinto, Vincent},
8573 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Classrooms as communities Exploring the educational character of student persistence - Tinto.pdf:pdf},
8574 journal = {Journal of higher education},
8575 title = {{Classrooms as communities: Exploring the educational character of student persistence}},
8576 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/2959965},
8577 year = {1997}
8578 }
8579 @article{Stein2000,
8580 author = {Stein, MA},
8581 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Labor markets, rationality, and workers with disabilities - Stein.pdf:pdf},
8582 journal = {Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law},
8583 title = {{Labor markets, rationality, and workers with disabilities}},
8584 url = {http://heinonlinebackup.com/hol-cgi-bin/get_pdf.cgi?handle=hein.journals/berkjemp21&amp;section=16},
8585 year = {2000}
8586 }
8587 @article{Walker2002,
8588 author = {Walker, H. M. and Severson, H.},
8589 journal = {Interventions for children with or at risk for emotional and behavioral disorders},
8590 pages = {177--194},
8591 title = {{Developmental prevention of at-risk outcomes for vulnerable antisocial children and youth}},
8592 year = {2002}
8593 }
8594 @article{Sieghart1994,
8595 author = {Sieghart, W.},
8596 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/Pharmacology of benzodiazepine receptors an update - Sieghart.pdf:pdf},
8597 journal = {Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience},
8598 number = {1},
8599 pages = {24},
8600 title = {{Pharmacology of benzodiazepine receptors: an update}},
8601 volume = {19},
8602 year = {1994}
8603 }
8604 @article{House1992,
8605 abstract = {Investigated relationship between students' academic self-concept, their achievement-related expectancies, and their subsequent college persistence among 2,324 first-year college students who were tracked for 4 consecutive academic years. Results revealed that student self-perceptions of academic ability and expectations for academic performance in college were significantly related to persistence for both two and four years. (Author/NB)},
8606 author = {House, J. Daniel},
8607 issn = {0897-5264},
8608 journal = {Journal of College Student Development},
8609 keywords = {1990},
8610 number = {1},
8611 pages = {5--10},
8612 title = {{The Relationship between Academic Self-Concept, Achievement-Related Expectancies, and College Attrition}},
8613 volume = {33},
8614 year = {1992}
8615 }
8616 @article{Kessler1992,
8617 author = {Kessler, R. C. and Kendler, K. S. and Heath, A. and Neale, M. C. and Eaves, L. J.},
8618 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1992/Social support, depressed mood, and adjustment to stress A genetic epidemiologic investigation - Kessler et al.pdf:pdf},
8619 journal = {Journal of Personality and Social Psychology},
8620 number = {2},
8621 pages = {257--272},
8622 title = {{Social support, depressed mood, and adjustment to stress: A genetic epidemiologic investigation}},
8623 volume = {62},
8624 year = {1992}
8625 }
8626 @article{Simons2006,
8627 abstract = {Method: This study examined the association between marijuana-related problems and social norms, impulsivity, and perceived use utility among 292 college students. Zero-inflated negative binomial regression was used to simultaneously predict expected nonusers as well as predict counts of reported marijuana-related problems among expected users. Gender, social norms, impulsivity, and perceived use utility were used to predict expected nonusers as well as number of marijuana-related problems among expected users. Results: Only social norms were associated with the prediction of zero-values. In contrast, only perceived use utility was associated with the prediction of number of marijuana-related problems. Conclusions: Results generally are consistent with theories of the differential association of social-environmental and biopsychological variables with use and problems, respectively. Zero-inflated regression models are a useful strategy to examine risk behaviors with low base rates.},
8628 author = {Simons, Jeffrey S and Neal, Dan J and Gaher, Raluca M},
8629 doi = {10.1080/00952990500328539},
8630 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Risk for Marijuana-Related Problems among College Students An Application of Zero-Inflated Negative Binomial Regression - Simons, Neal, Gaher.pdf:pdf},
8631 issn = {0095-2990},
8632 journal = {The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse},
8633 keywords = {1990},
8634 language = {en},
8635 month = jan,
8636 number = {1},
8637 pages = {41--53},
8638 publisher = {Informa UK Ltd UK},
8639 title = {{Risk for Marijuana-Related Problems among College Students: An Application of Zero-Inflated Negative Binomial Regression}},
8640 volume = {32},
8641 year = {2006}
8642 }
8643 @article{Crook1994,
8644 author = {Crook, J. and Moldofsky, H.},
8645 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/The probability of recovery and return to work from work disability as a function of time - Crook, Moldofsky.pdf:pdf},
8646 journal = {Quality of Life Research},
8647 pages = {97--109},
8648 title = {{The probability of recovery and return to work from work disability as a function of time}},
8649 volume = {3},
8650 year = {1994}
8651 }
8652 @article{Kuffler1958,
8653 author = {Kuffler, S. W. and Edwards, C.},
8654 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1958/Mechanism of Gamma Aminobutyric Acid (GABA) Action and Its Relation to Synaptic Inhibition - Kuffler, Edwards.pdf:pdf},
8655 journal = {Journal of Neurophysiology},
8656 number = {6},
8657 pages = {589--610},
8658 title = {{Mechanism of Gamma Aminobutyric Acid (GABA) Action and Its Relation to Synaptic Inhibition}},
8659 volume = {21},
8660 year = {1958}
8661 }
8662 @article{Cieza2009,
8663 author = {Cieza, A and Hilfiker, R and Boonen, A},
8664 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Items from patient-oriented instruments can be integrated into interval scales to operationalize categories of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health - Cieza, Hilfiker, Boonen.pdf:pdf},
8665 journal = {Journal of Clinical Epidemiology},
8666 title = {{Items from patient-oriented instruments can be integrated into interval scales to operationalize categories of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health}},
8667 url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0895435609000882},
8668 year = {2009}
8669 }
8670 @techreport{Horn1999bb,
8671 address = {Washington, D.C.},
8672 author = {Horn, Laura and Berktold, Jennifer},
8673 institution = {U.S. Department of Education. National Center for Education Statistics.},
8674 title = {{Students With Disabilities in Postsecondary Eduction: A Profile of Preparation, Participation, and Outcomes, NCES 1999–187}},
8675 year = {1999}
8676 }
8677 @article{Crocker,
8678 abstract = {Although several psychological theories predict that members of stigmatized groups should have low global self-esteem, empirical research typically does not support this prediction. It is proposed here that this discrepancy may be explained by considering the ways in which membership in a stigmatized group may protect the self-concept. It is proposed that members of stigmatized groups may (a) attribute negative feedback to prejudice against their group, (b) compare their outcomes with those of the ingroup, rather than with the relatively advantaged outgroup, and (c) selectively devalue those dimensions on which their group fares poorly and value those dimensions on which their group excels. Evidence for each of these processes and their consequences for self-esteem and motivation is reviewed. Factors that moderate the use of these strategies and implications of this analysis for treatment of stigmas are also discussed.},
8679 author = {Crocker, Jennifer and Major, Brenda},
8680 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1989/Social stigma and self-esteem The self-protective properties of stigma - Crocker, Major.pdf:pdf},
8681 journal = {Psychological Review},
8682 number = {4},
8683 pages = {609--630},
8684 title = {{Social stigma and self-esteem: The self-protective properties of stigma}},
8685 volume = {96},
8686 year = {1989}
8687 }
8688 @book{Hamming2004,
8689 annote = {Purchased from: Google Books},
8690 author = {Hamming, Richard W.},
8691 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Methods of Mathematics Applied to Calculus, Probability, and Statistics (Dover Books on Mathematics) - Hamming.pdf:pdf},
8692 isbn = {0486439453},
8693 keywords = {Mathematics},
8694 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
8695 pages = {880},
8696 publisher = {Dover Publications},
8697 title = {{Methods of Mathematics Applied to Calculus, Probability, and Statistics (Dover Books on Mathematics)}},
8698 url = {http://www.amazon.com/Methods-Mathematics-Calculus-Probability-Statistics/dp/0486439453},
8699 year = {2004}
8700 }
8701 @article{Mauldon1992,
8702 author = {Mauldon, J.},
8703 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1992/Childrens Risks of Experiencing Divorce and Remarriage Do Disabled Children Destabilize Marriages - Mauldon.pdf:pdf},
8704 journal = {Population Studies},
8705 number = {2},
8706 pages = {349--362},
8707 title = {{Childrens Risks of Experiencing Divorce and Remarriage: Do Disabled Children Destabilize Marriages?}},
8708 volume = {46},
8709 year = {1992}
8710 }
8711 @article{Terenzini1981,
8712 author = {Terenzini, P. T and Lorang, W. G and Pascarella, E. T},
8713 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
8714 number = {2},
8715 pages = {109--127},
8716 shorttitle = {Predicting freshman persistence and voluntary drop},
8717 title = {{Predicting freshman persistence and voluntary dropout decisions: A replication}},
8718 volume = {15},
8719 year = {1981}
8720 }
8721 @article{tucker2006,
8722 author = {Tucker, K.L. and Ozer, D.J. and Lyubomirsky, S. and Boehm, J.K.},
8723 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Testing for measurement invariance in the satisfaction with life scale A comparison of Russians and North Americans - Tucker et al.pdf:pdf},
8724 journal = {Social Indicators Research},
8725 number = {2},
8726 pages = {341--360},
8727 publisher = {Springer},
8728 title = {{Testing for measurement invariance in the satisfaction with life scale: A comparison of Russians and North Americans}},
8729 volume = {78},
8730 year = {2006}
8731 }
8732 @article{Eastin2005,
8733 author = {Eastin, M. S. and LaRose, R.},
8734 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Alt. support modeling social support online - Eastin, LaRose.pdf:pdf},
8735 journal = {Computers in Human Behavior},
8736 number = {6},
8737 pages = {977--992},
8738 shorttitle = {Alt. support},
8739 title = {{Alt. support: modeling social support online}},
8740 volume = {21},
8741 year = {2005}
8742 }
8743 @book{Vetter2005,
8744 author = {Vetter, Anna},
8745 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Introduction to Probability and Statistics - Vetter.pdf:pdf},
8746 keywords = {Probability},
8747 mendeley-tags = {Probability},
8748 title = {{Introduction to Probability and Statistics}},
8749 year = {2005}
8750 }
8751 @article{Bronfenbrenner1986,
8752 author = {Bronfenbrenner, U.},
8753 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1986/Ecology of the family as a context for human development Research perspectives - Bronfenbrenner.pdf:pdf},
8754 journal = {Developmental psychology},
8755 number = {6},
8756 pages = {723--742},
8757 title = {{Ecology of the family as a context for human development: Research perspectives}},
8758 volume = {22},
8759 year = {1986}
8760 }
8761 @book{Corral,
8762 author = {Corral, Michael},
8763 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Vector Calculus - Corral.pdf:pdf},
8764 keywords = {Mathematics},
8765 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
8766 title = {{Vector Calculus}},
8767 year = {2008}
8768 }
8769 @misc{Census2011,
8770 address = {Washington, D.C.},
8771 author = {{United States Census Bureau}},
8772 booktitle = {American Community Survey},
8773 keywords = {Government Data},
8774 mendeley-tags = {Government Data},
8775 publisher = {United States Bureau of the Census},
8776 title = {{Selected economic characteristics for the civilian noninstitutionalized population by disability status}},
8777 url = {http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/tableservices/jsf/pages/productview.xhtml?pid=ACS_10_1YR_S1811&prodType=table},
8778 year = {2010}
8779 }
8780 @book{Dekking2005,
8781 address = {New York},
8782 author = {Dekking, M. and Kraaikamp, C. and Lopuhaa, H. P.},
8783 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Fundamentals of Probability A First Course - Dekking, Kraaikamp, Lopuhaa.pdf:pdf},
8784 keywords = {Probability},
8785 mendeley-tags = {Probability},
8786 publisher = {Springer},
8787 title = {{Fundamentals of Probability: A First Course}},
8788 year = {2005}
8789 }
8790 @article{Paulsen2005,
8791 author = {Paulsen, J. S. and Nehl, C. and Hoth, K. F. and Kanz, J. E. and Benjamin, M. and Conybeare, R. and McDowell, B. and Turner, B.},
8792 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Depression and Stages of Huntington's Disease - Paulsen et al.pdf:pdf},
8793 pages = {496--502},
8794 title = {{Depression and Stages of Huntington's Disease}},
8795 volume = {17},
8796 year = {2005}
8797 }
8798 @book{terrell1999mathematical,
8799 author = {Terrell, G.R.},
8800 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/Mathematical statistics A unified introduction - Terrell.pdf:pdf},
8801 keywords = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
8802 mendeley-tags = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
8803 publisher = {Springer Verlag},
8804 title = {{Mathematical statistics: A unified introduction}},
8805 year = {1999}
8806 }
8807 @article{Denson2000,
8808 author = {Denson, C. R.},
8809 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Public Sector Transportation for People with Disabilities A Satisfaction Survey - Denson.pdf:pdf},
8810 journal = {The Journal of Rehabilitation},
8811 number = {3},
8812 shorttitle = {Public Sector Transportation for People with Disab},
8813 title = {{Public Sector Transportation for People with Disabilities: A Satisfaction Survey}},
8814 volume = {66},
8815 year = {2000}
8816 }
8817 @article{Seeliger2003,
8818 author = {Seeliger, F and Leeb, T},
8819 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Osteogenesis imperfecta in two litters of dachshunds - Seeliger, Leeb.pdf:pdf},
8820 journal = {Veterinary Pathology},
8821 title = {{Osteogenesis imperfecta in two litters of dachshunds}},
8822 url = {http://vet.sagepub.com/content/40/5/530.full},
8823 year = {2003}
8824 }
8825 @article{Eisenhauer2008,
8826 author = {Eisenhauer, Joseph G.},
8827 doi = {10.1111/j.1467-9639.2008.00324.x},
8828 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Degrees of Freedom - Eisenhauer.pdf:pdf},
8829 issn = {0141982X},
8830 journal = {Teaching Statistics},
8831 month = sep,
8832 number = {3},
8833 pages = {75--78},
8834 title = {{Degrees of Freedom}},
8835 url = {http://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/j.1467-9639.2008.00324.x},
8836 volume = {30},
8837 year = {2008}
8838 }
8839 @article{Park2002,
8840 author = {Park, J. and Turnbull, A. P. and Turnbull, H. R.},
8841 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Impacts of poverty on quality of life in families of children with disabilities - Park, Turnbull, Turnbull.pdf:pdf},
8842 journal = {Exceptional Children},
8843 number = {2},
8844 pages = {151--172},
8845 title = {{Impacts of poverty on quality of life in families of children with disabilities}},
8846 volume = {68},
8847 year = {2002}
8848 }
8849 @article{Aitken1982,
8850 author = {Aitken, ND},
8851 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1982/College student performance, satisfaction and retention Specification and estimation of a structural model - Aitken.pdf:pdf},
8852 journal = {The Journal of Higher Education},
8853 number = {1},
8854 pages = {32--50},
8855 title = {{College student performance, satisfaction and retention: Specification and estimation of a structural model}},
8856 volume = {53},
8857 year = {1982}
8858 }
8859 @article{halperin1965recommended,
8860 author = {Halperin, M. and Hartley, HO and Hoel, PG},
8861 journal = {American Statistician},
8862 number = {3},
8863 pages = {12--14},
8864 publisher = {JSTOR},
8865 title = {{Recommended Standards for Statistical Symbols and Notation. COPSS Committee on Symbols and Notation}},
8866 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/2681417},
8867 volume = {19},
8868 year = {1965}
8869 }
8870 @article{Goldstein1986,
8871 author = {Goldstein, H},
8872 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1986/Multilevel mixed linear model analysis using iterative generalized least squares - Goldstein.pdf:pdf},
8873 journal = {Biometrika},
8874 title = {{Multilevel mixed linear model analysis using iterative generalized least squares}},
8875 year = {1986}
8876 }
8877 @article{getzel2008,
8878 abstract = {Although the literature is clear that self-determination is an important component of the transition planning process for students with disabilities preparing for postsecondary education, further studies are needed to explore what self-determination strategies these students use to remain in college and successfully meet the challenges in postsecondary education settings. This article describes a study conducted with postsecondary education students in 2- and 4-year college settings to (a) identify skills that effective self-advocates use to ensure they stay in college and obtain needed supports and (b) identify the essential self-determination skills needed to remain and persist in college. Findings from the study and implications for postsec- ondary education and secondary education are discussed.},
8879 annote = {Self determination is a major part of sucess in university studies. Some aspects which make it difficult is failing to disclose then disclosing a disabilities, problem solving skills, learning about one self, goal setting, and self-management.  These have been outlined in previous research (Wehmeyer, 1999; Wehmeyer & Palmer, 2003).},
8880 author = {Getzel, E. E. and Thoma, C. A.},
8881 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Experiences of college students with disabilities and the importance of self-determination in higher education settings - Getzel, Thoma.pdf:pdf},
8882 journal = {Career Development for Exceptional Individuals},
8883 number = {2},
8884 pages = {77--84},
8885 title = {{Experiences of college students with disabilities and the importance of self-determination in higher education settings}},
8886 volume = {31},
8887 year = {2008}
8888 }
8889 @article{Hopson2000b,
8890 author = {Hopson, R. K},
8891 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/How and Why Language Matters in Evaluation - Hopson.pdf:pdf},
8892 journal = {New Directions for Evaluation},
8893 pages = {1--115},
8894 title = {{How and Why Language Matters in Evaluation}},
8895 volume = {86},
8896 year = {2000}
8897 }
8898 @book{Stevens2009,
8899 address = {New York, NY},
8900 author = {Stevens, James P.},
8901 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Applied Multivariate Statistics for the Social Sciences, Fifth Edition - Stevens.pdf:pdf},
8902 isbn = {0805859039},
8903 keywords = {Linear Models},
8904 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
8905 publisher = {Routledge Academic},
8906 title = {{Applied Multivariate Statistics for the Social Sciences, Fifth Edition}},
8907 year = {2009}
8908 }
8909 @article{Herrick1994,
8910 author = {Herrick, S. M. and Elliott, T. R. and Crow, F.},
8911 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/Social Support and the Predictionof Health Complications Among Persons with Spinal Cord Injuries - Herrick, Elliott, Crow.pdf:pdf},
8912 journal = {Rehabilitation Psychology},
8913 number = {4},
8914 title = {{Social Support and the Predictionof Health Complications Among Persons with Spinal Cord Injuries}},
8915 volume = {39},
8916 year = {1994}
8917 }
8918 @article{Ireys1994,
8919 author = {Ireys, H. T. and Werthamer-Larsson, L. A. and Kolodner, K. B. and Gross, S. S.},
8920 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/Mental Health of Young Adults with Chronic Illness The Mediating Effect of Perceived Impact - Ireys et al.pdf:pdf},
8921 journal = {Journal of Pediatric Psychology},
8922 number = {2},
8923 pages = {205--222},
8924 title = {{Mental Health of Young Adults with Chronic Illness: The Mediating Effect of Perceived Impact}},
8925 volume = {19},
8926 year = {1994}
8927 }
8928 @techreport{constitution,
8929 address = {Washington, D.C.},
8930 annote = {S. pub., 103-21},
8931 author = {{Office of the Secretary of the Senate} and Killian, Johnny H.},
8932 institution = {United States Senate},
8933 keywords = {Statute/Constitution},
8934 mendeley-tags = {Statute/Constitution},
8935 title = {{The Constitution of the United States of America}},
8936 url = {http://www.senate.gov/civics/constitution_item/constitution.htm},
8937 year = {1994}
8938 }
8939 @article{Drton2007,
8940 author = {Drton, M. and Sturmfels, B. and Sullivant, S.},
8941 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Algebraic factor analysis Tetrads, pentads and beyond - Drton, Sturmfels, Sullivant.pdf:pdf},
8942 journal = {Probability Theory and Related Fields},
8943 number = {3},
8944 pages = {463--493},
8945 publisher = {Springer},
8946 title = {{Algebraic factor analysis: Tetrads, pentads and beyond}},
8947 volume = {138},
8948 year = {2007}
8949 }
8950 @book{Zuur2009,
8951 annote = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-0-387-93836-3},
8952 author = {Zuur, Alain F. and Ieno, E. N. and Meesters, E. H. W. G.},
8953 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/A Beginner's Guide to R - Zuur, Ieno, Meesters.pdf:pdf},
8954 keywords = {R Books},
8955 mendeley-tags = {R Books},
8956 publisher = {Springer Verlag},
8957 title = {{A Beginner's Guide to R}},
8958 year = {2009}
8959 }
8960 @book{Draper2005,
8961 author = {Draper, David},
8962 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Bayesian Modeling, Inference and Prediction - Draper.pdf:pdf},
8963 keywords = {Bayes},
8964 mendeley-tags = {Bayes},
8965 title = {{Bayesian Modeling, Inference and Prediction}},
8966 year = {2005}
8967 }
8968 @article{EdwardM.LevinsonandEricJ.Palmer2005,
8969 author = {Levinson, Edward M. and Palmer, Eric J.},
8970 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Preparing students with disabilities for school-to-work transition and postschool life - Levinson, Palmer.pdf:pdf},
8971 journal = {Principal Leadership},
8972 title = {{Preparing students with disabilities for school-to-work transition and postschool life}},
8973 year = {2005}
8974 }
8975 @article{domingo2007developing,
8976 author = {Domingo, R.J. and Terenzini, P.T. and Reason, R.D.},
8977 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Developing social and personal competence in the first year of college - Domingo, Terenzini, Reason.pdf:pdf},
8978 journal = {The Review of Higher Education},
8979 number = {3},
8980 pages = {271--299},
8981 publisher = {The Johns Hopkins University Press},
8982 title = {{Developing social and personal competence in the first year of college}},
8983 url = {http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=Developing+social+and+personal+competence+in+the+first+year+of+college#0},
8984 volume = {30},
8985 year = {2007}
8986 }
8987 @article{Hong2000,
8988 author = {Hong, Y. Y. and Morris, M. W. and Chiu, C. Y. and Benet-Martinez, V.},
8989 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Multicultural minds A dynamic constructivist approach to culture and cognition - Hong et al.pdf:pdf},
8990 journal = {American Psychologist},
8991 number = {7},
8992 pages = {709--20},
8993 title = {{Multicultural minds: A dynamic constructivist approach to culture and cognition}},
8994 volume = {55},
8995 year = {2000}
8996 }
8997 @article{Keyes2003,
8998 author = {Keyes, M. W. and Owens-Johnson, L.},
8999 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Developing person-centered IEPs - Keyes, Owens-Johnson.pdf:pdf},
9000 journal = {Intervention in School & Clinic},
9001 number = {3},
9002 pages = {145},
9003 title = {{Developing person-centered IEPs}},
9004 volume = {38},
9005 year = {2003}
9006 }
9007 @article{Lundberg2004,
9008 author = {Lundberg, Carol A. and Schreiner, Laurie A.},
9009 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Quality and frequency of faculty-student interaction as predictors of learning An analysis by student race ethnicity - Lundberg, Schreiner.pdf:pdf},
9010 journal = {Journal of College Student Development},
9011 title = {{Quality and frequency of faculty-student interaction as predictors of learning: An analysis by student race ethnicity}},
9012 year = {2004}
9013 }
9014 @misc{NYHRL15,
9015 keywords = {Statute/Constitution},
9016 mendeley-tags = {Statute/Constitution},
9017 title = {{New York State Executive Law. Article 15 290}},
9018 year = {1951}
9019 }
9020 @book{Lavine,
9021 author = {Lavine, M.},
9022 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Introduction to Statistical Thought - Lavine.pdf:pdf},
9023 keywords = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
9024 mendeley-tags = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
9025 title = {{Introduction to Statistical Thought}},
9026 year = {2009}
9027 }
9028 @book{Der2008,
9029 address = {Boca Raton, FL},
9030 annote = {2011},
9031 author = {Der, Geoff and Everitt, Brian S.},
9032 isbn = {1584887842},
9033 pages = {392},
9034 publisher = {Chapman and Hall/CRC},
9035 title = {{A Handbook of Statistical Analyses using SAS, Third Edition}},
9036 url = {http://www.amazon.com/Handbook-Statistical-Analyses-using-Third/dp/1584887842},
9037 year = {2008}
9038 }
9039 @phdthesis{White2007,
9040 annote = {Andrew William White,  "Frequent use of psychiatric emergency services: A multilevel approach" (2007). ETD Collection for University of Rhode Island.                 Paper AAI3277011.
9041 http://digitalcommons.uri.edu/dissertations/AAI3277011
9042 
9043       },
9044 author = {White, AW},
9045 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Frequent use of psychiatric emergency services A multilevel approach - White.pdf:pdf},
9046 school = {University of Rhode Island},
9047 title = {{Frequent use of psychiatric emergency services: A multilevel approach}},
9048 url = {http://digitalcommons.uri.edu/dissertations/AAI3277011/},
9049 year = {2007}
9050 }
9051 @article{Brzezinski2005,
9052 abstract = {Exogenous melatonin reportedly induces drowsiness and sleep, and may ameliorate sleep disturbances, including the nocturnal awakenings associated with old age. However, existing studies on the soporific efficacy of melatonin have been highly heterogeneous in regard to inclusion and exclusion criteria, measures to evaluate insomnia, doses of the medication, and routes of administration. We reviewed and analyzed (by meta-analysis) available information on effects of exogenous melatonin on sleep. A MEDLINE search (1980 to December 2003) provided English-language articles, supplemented by personal files maintained by the authors. The analysis used information derived from 17 different studies (involving 284 subjects) that satisfied inclusion criteria. Sleep onset latency, total sleep duration, and sleep efficiency were selected as the outcome measures. The study effect size was taken to be the difference between the response on placebo and the mean response on melatonin for each outcome measured. Melatonin treatment significantly reduced sleep onset latency by 4.0 min (95% CI 2.5, 5.4); increased sleep efficiency by 2.2% (95% CI 0.2, 4.2), and increased total sleep duration by 12.8 min (95% CI 2.9, 22.8). Since 15 of the 17 studies enrolled healthy subjects or people with no relevant medical condition other than insomnia, the analysis was also done including only these 15 studies. The sleep onset results were changed to 3.9 min (95% CI (2.5, 5.4)); sleep efficiency increased to 3.1% (95% CI (0.7, 5.5)); sleep duration increased to 13.7 min (95% CI (3.1, 24.3)).},
9053 author = {Brzezinski, Amnon and Vangel, Mark G and Wurtman, Richard J and Norrie, Gillian and Zhdanova, Irina and Ben-Shushan, Abraham and Ford, Ian},
9054 doi = {10.1016/j.smrv.2004.06.004},
9055 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Effects of exogenous melatonin on sleep a meta-analysis - Brzezinski et al.pdf:pdf},
9056 issn = {1087-0792},
9057 journal = {Sleep medicine reviews},
9058 month = feb,
9059 number = {1},
9060 pages = {41--50},
9061 pmid = {15649737},
9062 title = {{Effects of exogenous melatonin on sleep: a meta-analysis}},
9063 volume = {9},
9064 year = {2005}
9065 }
9066 @article{Bair2004,
9067 author = {Bair, M. J. and Robinson, R. L. and Eckert, G. J. and Stang, P. E. and Croghan, T. W. and Kroenke, K.},
9068 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Impact of Pain on Depression Treatment Response in Primary Care - Bair et al.pdf:pdf},
9069 pages = {17--22},
9070 title = {{Impact of Pain on Depression Treatment Response in Primary Care}},
9071 volume = {66},
9072 year = {2004}
9073 }
9074 @article{Guiffrida2006,
9075 author = {Guiffrida, D. A.},
9076 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Preparing and supporting African American college students - Guiffrida.pdf:pdf},
9077 journal = {VISTAS online(American Counseling Association)},
9078 title = {{Preparing and supporting African American college students}},
9079 year = {2006}
9080 }
9081 @article{Cano2004,
9082 author = {Cano, A.},
9083 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Pain catastrophizing and social support in married individuals with chronic pain the moderating role of pain duration - Cano.pdf:pdf},
9084 journal = {Pain},
9085 number = {3},
9086 pages = {656--664},
9087 shorttitle = {Pain catastrophizing and social support in married},
9088 title = {{Pain catastrophizing and social support in married individuals with chronic pain: the moderating role of pain duration}},
9089 volume = {110},
9090 year = {2004}
9091 }
9092 @article{Martz2005b,
9093 abstract = {Objective: To examine the associations and predictors of posttraumatic stress among individuals with spinal cord injuries (SCI) in the framework of a Person x Disability x Traumatic Event model. Design: An exploratory study involving analyses of variance, correlations, and a hierarchical multiple regression of a cross-sectional sample. Participants: Three hundred twelve individuals with SCI using a veteran or a civilian SCI clinic. Main Outcome Measures: Purdue Posttraumatic Stress Disorder--Revised scale (PPTSD-R). Results: Four out of all the examined variables had significant regression coefficients: spiritual-religious coping, pain level, severity of SCI, and number of traumatic events. Severity of SCI was a significant predictor, but data suggested that severity of SCI had a curvilinear association with both total posttraumatic stress levels and hyperarousal scores. Conclusion: Treatment of an individual's pain may reduce posttraumatic stress symptoms. Clinicians also can evaluate for previous trauma unrelated to the onset of the SCI and can intervene with the goal of reducing the impact of previous trauma on the individual's present emotional state and reactions to SCI. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved)},
9094 author = {Martz, Erin},
9095 doi = {doi:10.1037/0090-5550.50.2.149},
9096 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Associations and Predictors of Posttraumatic Stress Levels According to Person-Related, Disability-Related, and Trauma-Related Variables Among Individuals With Spinal Cord Injuries - Martz.pdf:pdf},
9097 issn = {0090-5550 (Print); 1939-1544 (Electronic)},
9098 journal = {Rehabilitation Psychology},
9099 number = {2},
9100 pages = {149--157},
9101 title = {{Associations and Predictors of Posttraumatic Stress Levels According to Person-Related, Disability-Related, and Trauma-Related Variables Among Individuals With Spinal Cord Injuries}},
9102 url = {http://psycnet.apa.org/index.cfm?fa=search.displayRecord&uid=2005-05481-008},
9103 volume = {50},
9104 year = {2005}
9105 }
9106 @article{Hammell2007,
9107 author = {Hammell, K. W.},
9108 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Quality of life after spinal cord injury a meta-synthesis of qualitative findings - Hammell.pdf:pdf},
9109 journal = {Spinal Cord},
9110 pages = {124--139},
9111 shorttitle = {Quality of life after spinal cord injury},
9112 title = {{Quality of life after spinal cord injury: a meta-synthesis of qualitative findings}},
9113 volume = {45},
9114 year = {2007}
9115 }
9116 @book{Grinstead1997a,
9117 author = {Doyle, Peter G},
9118 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Introduction to Probability - Doyle.pdf:pdf},
9119 isbn = {0821807498},
9120 keywords = {Probability},
9121 mendeley-tags = {Probability},
9122 pages = {510},
9123 publisher = {American Mathematical Society},
9124 title = {{Introduction to Probability}},
9125 year = {2006}
9126 }
9127 @article{mackinnon2000equivalence,
9128 author = {MacKinnon, D.P. and Krull, J.L. and Lockwood, C.M.},
9129 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Equivalence of the mediation, confounding and suppression effect - MacKinnon, Krull, Lockwood.pdf:pdf},
9130 journal = {Prevention Science},
9131 number = {4},
9132 pages = {173--181},
9133 publisher = {Springer},
9134 title = {{Equivalence of the mediation, confounding and suppression effect}},
9135 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/index/V1W6435774M80742.pdf},
9136 volume = {1},
9137 year = {2000}
9138 }
9139 @article{Hoffman1998,
9140 author = {Hoffman, D. M.},
9141 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/A Therapeutic Moment Identity, Self, and Culture in the Anthropology of Education - Hoffman.pdf:pdf},
9142 journal = {Anthropology & Education Quarterly},
9143 number = {3},
9144 pages = {324--346},
9145 shorttitle = {A Therapeutic Moment?},
9146 title = {{A Therapeutic Moment? Identity, Self, and Culture in the Anthropology of Education}},
9147 volume = {29},
9148 year = {1998}
9149 }
9150 @article{Niemiec2006,
9151 author = {Niemiec, Christopher P. and Lynch, Martin F. and Vansteenkiste, Maarten and Bernstein, Jessey and Deci, Edward L. and Ryan, Richard M.},
9152 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/The antecedents and consequences of autonomous self-regulation for college A self-determination theory perspective on socialization - Niemiec et al.pdf:pdf},
9153 journal = {Journal of Adolescence},
9154 title = {{The antecedents and consequences of autonomous self-regulation for college: A self-determination theory perspective on socialization}},
9155 year = {2006}
9156 }
9157 @article{Fleming1998,
9158 author = {Fleming, Jacqueline and Morning, Carole},
9159 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/Correlates of the SAT in Minority Engineering Students An Exploratory Study - Fleming, Morning.pdf:pdf},
9160 journal = {The Journal of Higher Education},
9161 number = {1},
9162 pages = {89 -- 108},
9163 publisher = {Ohio State University Press},
9164 title = {{Correlates of the SAT in Minority Engineering Students: An Exploratory Study}},
9165 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/2649183},
9166 volume = {69},
9167 year = {1998}
9168 }
9169 @article{fogg2009labor,
9170 author = {Fogg, N. and Harrington, P.},
9171 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/From labor shortage to labor surplus The changing labor market context and its meaning for higher education - Fogg, Harrington.pdf:pdf},
9172 journal = {Continuing Higher Education Review},
9173 pages = {11--31},
9174 title = {{From labor shortage to labor surplus: The changing labor market context and its meaning for higher education}},
9175 volume = {73},
9176 year = {2009}
9177 }
9178 @article{Gelman2008,
9179 author = {Gelman, A and Dyk, DA Van},
9180 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Using redundant parameterizations to fit hierarchical models - Gelman, Dyk.pdf:pdf},
9181 journal = {Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics},
9182 title = {{Using redundant parameterizations to fit hierarchical models}},
9183 url = {http://pubs.amstat.org/doi/pdf/10.1198/106186008X287337},
9184 year = {2008}
9185 }
9186 @article{Leyser2008,
9187 author = {Leyser, Y. and Romi, S.},
9188 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Religion and attitudes of college preservice teachers toward students with disabilities implications for higher education - Leyser, Romi.pdf:pdf},
9189 journal = {Higher Education},
9190 number = {6},
9191 pages = {703--717},
9192 shorttitle = {Religion and attitudes of college preservice teach},
9193 title = {{Religion and attitudes of college preservice teachers toward students with disabilities: implications for higher education}},
9194 volume = {55},
9195 year = {2008}
9196 }
9197 @article{Jones2008,
9198 author = {Jones, S and Johnson-Yale, C},
9199 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Academic work, the Internet and US college students - Jones, Johnson-Yale.pdf:pdf},
9200 journal = {Internet and Higher Education},
9201 title = {{Academic work, the Internet and US college students}},
9202 year = {2008}
9203 }
9204 @book{VanderLaan2011,
9205 address = {New York, NY},
9206 author = {van der Laan, Mark J. and Rose, Sherri},
9207 doi = {10.1007/978-1-4419-9782-1},
9208 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Targeted Learning Causal Inference for Observational Data - van der Laan, Rose.pdf:pdf},
9209 isbn = {978-1-4419-9781-4},
9210 keywords = {Linear Models},
9211 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
9212 publisher = {Springer New York},
9213 series = {Springer Series in Statistics},
9214 title = {{Targeted Learning: Causal Inference for Observational Data}},
9215 year = {2011}
9216 }
9217 @article{Reason2009,
9218 annote = {merit index, look at for dissertation data},
9219 author = {Reason, Robert D},
9220 doi = {10.2202/1949-6605.5022},
9221 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Student Variables that Predict Retention Recent Research and New Developments - Reason.pdf:pdf},
9222 issn = {1949-6605},
9223 journal = {Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice},
9224 month = oct,
9225 number = {3},
9226 pages = {482--501},
9227 title = {{Student Variables that Predict Retention: Recent Research and New Developments}},
9228 volume = {46},
9229 year = {2009}
9230 }
9231 @article{MacCallum1992,
9232 author = {MacCallum, R. C. and Roznowski, M. and Necowitz, L. B.},
9233 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1992/Model modifications in covariance structure analysis The problem of capitalization on chance - MacCallum, Roznowski, Necowitz.pdf:pdf},
9234 journal = {Psychological Bulletin},
9235 number = {3},
9236 pages = {490--504},
9237 title = {{Model modifications in covariance structure analysis: The problem of capitalization on chance}},
9238 volume = {111},
9239 year = {1992}
9240 }
9241 @article{Newsom2005,
9242 abstract = {Negative social exchanges have been more reliably related to psychological health than have positive social exchanges. Little research, however, has sought to understand how underlying appraisal processes link such exchanges to psychological health. This study examined the frequencies of occurrence and appraisals of four parallel domains of positive and negative exchanges in relation to positive well-being and psychological distress in a national sample of 916 older adults. Structural equation analyses revealed that negative exchanges were related both to less well-being and greater psychological distress, whereas positive exchanges were related only to positive well-being. Furthermore, results supported a process in which appraisals mediated the link between social exchanges and psychological health. This social appraisal process helps explain the disproportionate impact of negative exchanges on psychological health.},
9243 author = {Newsom, Jason T. and Rook, Karen S. and Nishishiba, Masami and Sorkin, Dara H. and Mahan, Tyrae L.},
9244 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Understanding the Relative Importance of Positive and Negative Social Exchanges Examining Specific Domains and Appraisals - Newsom et al.pdf:pdf},
9245 journal = {The Journals of Gerontology},
9246 month = nov,
9247 number = {6},
9248 pages = {P304--312},
9249 shorttitle = {Understanding the Relative Importance of Positive},
9250 title = {{Understanding the Relative Importance of Positive and Negative Social Exchanges: Examining Specific Domains and Appraisals}},
9251 url = {http://psychsoc.gerontologyjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/60/6/P304},
9252 volume = {60},
9253 year = {2005}
9254 }
9255 @article{bruder2010student,
9256 author = {Bruder, M.B. and Mogro-Wilson, C.},
9257 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Student and Faculty Awareness and Attitudes about Students with Disabilities - Bruder, Mogro-Wilson.pdf:pdf},
9258 journal = {Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal},
9259 number = {2},
9260 pages = {3--13},
9261 title = {{Student and Faculty Awareness and Attitudes about Students with Disabilities}},
9262 volume = {6},
9263 year = {2010}
9264 }
9265 @article{Wong2004,
9266 abstract = {This article examined factors influencing rehabilitation counseling students' attitudes toward people with disabilities in three social contexts, using a conjoint analysis design. A total of 98 graduate students participated in this study. A conjoint measurement of 38 cards (representing people with varying disability type, gender, ethnicity, age, education, and employment status) was used. The authors found that (a) disability-related factors were heavily involved in the preference-making process, (b) attitude or preference formation was also significantly affected by other client characteristics unrelated to disability, and (c) factors influencing attitude/preference formation were similar across the three social contexts. Conjoint analysis could increase our ability to understand factors contributing to the formation of attitudes/preferences in multiple social contexts. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] Copyright of Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin is the property of PRO-ED and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. (Copyright applies to all Abstracts)},
9267 author = {Wong, Daniel W. and {Fong Chan} and {Da Silva Cardoso}, Elizabeth and Lam, Chow S. and Miller, Susan M.},
9268 doi = {Article},
9269 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Rehabilitation Counseling Students' Attitudes Toward People with Disabilities in Three Social Contexts A Conjoint Analysis - Wong et al.pdf:pdf},
9270 issn = {00343552},
9271 journal = {Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin},
9272 keywords = {1990},
9273 number = {4},
9274 pages = {194--204},
9275 shorttitle = {Rehabilitation Counseling Students' Attitudes Towa},
9276 title = {{Rehabilitation Counseling Students' Attitudes Toward People with Disabilities in Three Social Contexts: A Conjoint Analysis}},
9277 url = {http://offcampus.lib.washington.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=hch&AN=13349853&site=ehost-live},
9278 volume = {47},
9279 year = {2004}
9280 }
9281 @article{Allison2000,
9282 author = {Allison, Paul D.},
9283 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Multiple imputation for missing data A cautionary tale - Allison.pdf:pdf},
9284 journal = {Sociological Methods & Research},
9285 number = {3},
9286 pages = {301--309},
9287 title = {{Multiple imputation for missing data: A cautionary tale}},
9288 volume = {28},
9289 year = {2000}
9290 }
9291 @book{smith2011multilevel,
9292 annote = {buy},
9293 author = {Smith, R.B.},
9294 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Multilevel Modeling of Social Problems - Smith.pdf:pdf},
9295 keywords = {Linear Models},
9296 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
9297 publisher = {Springer Verlag},
9298 title = {{Multilevel Modeling of Social Problems}},
9299 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=kZXSTgRueeMC&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PA2&amp;dq="Multilevel+Modeling+of+Social+Problems+A+Causal+Perspective"&amp;ots=qhpJzuUTCm&amp;sig=M_YayVfgH1TeHfFsVk1jVDudcSs},
9300 year = {2011}
9301 }
9302 @techreport{Black2006,
9303 address = {Washington, DC:},
9304 author = {Black, William E. and Ireys, Henry T.},
9305 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Understanding Enrollment Trends and Participant Characteristics of the Medicaid Buy-In Program, 2003-2004 - Black, Ireys.pdf:pdf},
9306 institution = {Mathematica Policy Research, Inc},
9307 title = {{Understanding Enrollment Trends and Participant Characteristics of the Medicaid Buy-In Program, 2003-2004}},
9308 url = {http://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&q=Understanding+Enrollment+Trends+and+Participant+Characteristics+of+the+Medicaid+Buy-In+Program,+2003-2004&btnG=Search&as_sdt=0,48&as_ylo=&as_vis=0#0},
9309 year = {2006}
9310 }
9311 @article{Rubin1974,
9312 author = {Rubin, D. B.},
9313 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1974/Estimating causal effects of treatments in randomized and nonrandomized studies - Rubin.pdf:pdf},
9314 journal = {Journal of Educational Psychology},
9315 number = {5},
9316 pages = {688--701},
9317 title = {{Estimating causal effects of treatments in randomized and nonrandomized studies}},
9318 volume = {66},
9319 year = {1974}
9320 }
9321 @article{Allen1999,
9322 author = {Allen, David F.},
9323 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/Desire to finish college An empirical link between motivation and persistence - Allen.pdf:pdf},
9324 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
9325 number = {4},
9326 pages = {461--485},
9327 title = {{Desire to finish college: An empirical link between motivation and persistence}},
9328 volume = {40},
9329 year = {1999}
9330 }
9331 @article{Shmueli2010,
9332 annote = {use to distinguish in model building},
9333 author = {Shmueli, Galit},
9334 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/To Explain or to Predict - Shmueli.pdf:pdf},
9335 issn = {0883-4237},
9336 journal = {Statistical Science},
9337 keywords = {1990},
9338 language = {EN},
9339 month = aug,
9340 number = {3},
9341 pages = {289--310},
9342 title = {{To Explain or to Predict?}},
9343 volume = {25},
9344 year = {2010}
9345 }
9346 @article{Barnard1998,
9347 author = {Barnard, E. A. and Skolnick, P. and Olsen, R. W. and Mohler, H. and Sieghart, W. and Biggio, G. and Braestrup, C. and Bateson, A. N. and Langer, S. Z.},
9348 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/International Union of Pharmacology XV Subtypes of $\gamma$-aminobutyric acid A receptors classification on the basis of subunit structure and receptor function - Barnard et al.pdf:pdf},
9349 journal = {Pharmacological Reviews},
9350 number = {2},
9351 pages = {291--314},
9352 title = {{International Union of Pharmacology XV Subtypes of $\gamma$-aminobutyric acid A receptors: classification on the basis of subunit structure and receptor function}},
9353 volume = {50},
9354 year = {1998}
9355 }
9356 @article{Chung2006,
9357 author = {Chung, M. C. and Preveza, E. and Papandreou, K. and Prevezas, N.},
9358 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/The relationship between posttraumatic stress disorder following spinal cord injury and locus of control - Chung et al.pdf:pdf},
9359 journal = {Journal of Affective Disorders},
9360 number = {1-3},
9361 pages = {229--232},
9362 title = {{The relationship between posttraumatic stress disorder following spinal cord injury and locus of control}},
9363 volume = {93},
9364 year = {2006}
9365 }
9366 @article{Hujoel2000a,
9367 author = {Hujoel, P. P. and Drangsholt, M. and Spiekerman, C. and DeRouen, T. A.},
9368 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Periodontal disease and coronary heart disease risk - Hujoel et al.pdf:pdf},
9369 journal = {JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association},
9370 number = {11},
9371 pages = {1406},
9372 title = {{Periodontal disease and coronary heart disease risk}},
9373 volume = {284},
9374 year = {2000}
9375 }
9376 @article{st1991framework,
9377 author = {{St. John}, E.P.},
9378 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1991/A framework for reexamining state resource-management strategies in higher education - St. John.pdf:pdf},
9379 journal = {The Journal of Higher Education},
9380 pages = {263--287},
9381 publisher = {JSTOR},
9382 title = {{A framework for reexamining state resource-management strategies in higher education}},
9383 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/1982282},
9384 year = {1991}
9385 }
9386 @article{Guite2007,
9387 author = {Guite, J. W. and Logan, D. E. and Sherry, D. D. and Rose, J. B.},
9388 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Adolescent Self-Perception Associations With Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain and Functional Disability - Guite et al.pdf:pdf},
9389 journal = {Journal of Pain},
9390 number = {5},
9391 pages = {379--386},
9392 shorttitle = {Adolescent Self-Perception},
9393 title = {{Adolescent Self-Perception: Associations With Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain and Functional Disability}},
9394 volume = {8},
9395 year = {2007}
9396 }
9397 @article{Bi1999,
9398 author = {Bi, G. Q. and Poo, M. M.},
9399 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/Distributed synaptic modification in neural networks induced by patterned stimulation - Bi, Poo.pdf:pdf},
9400 journal = {Nature},
9401 pages = {792--795},
9402 title = {{Distributed synaptic modification in neural networks induced by patterned stimulation}},
9403 year = {1999}
9404 }
9405 @article{Astin1970,
9406 author = {Astin, AW},
9407 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1970/The methodology of research on college impact, part one - Astin.pdf:pdf},
9408 journal = {Sociology of Education},
9409 title = {{The methodology of research on college impact, part one}},
9410 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/2112065},
9411 year = {1970}
9412 }
9413 @article{REITE1972,
9414 abstract = {Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) is a heritable disorder of connective tissue that is characterized by multiple fractures, severe deformities, and disturbances of growth that frequently result in dwarfism. A study of 12 children with OI found them to be unusually well adjusted and of at least normal intelligence. The authors hypothesize that the generalized metabolic energy disturbance associated with the disease, perhaps specifically an alteration in cyclic AMP metabolism, might affect the patient's psychological functioning, or affective "tone," in a beneficial and/or protective manner.},
9415 author = {Reite, Martin and Davis, Keith and Solomons, Clive and Ott, John},
9416 doi = {10.1176/appi.ajp.128.12.1540},
9417 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1972/Osteogenesis Imperfecta Psychological Function - Reite et al.pdf:pdf},
9418 journal = {American Journal of Psychiatry},
9419 number = {12},
9420 pages = {1540--1546},
9421 title = {{Osteogenesis Imperfecta: Psychological Function}},
9422 url = {http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/cgi/content/abstract/128/12/1540},
9423 volume = {128},
9424 year = {1972}
9425 }
9426 @article{lindeterminants,
9427 author = {Lin, T.C. and Yu, W.C. and Chen, Y.C. and Kauffman, D.},
9428 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Determinants and probability prediction of college student retention New evidence from the Probit model - Lin et al.pdf:pdf},
9429 title = {{Determinants and probability prediction of college student retention: New evidence from the Probit model}},
9430 year = {2011}
9431 }
9432 @article{Howell,
9433 author = {Howell, A. and Hauser-Cram, P. and Kersh, J. E.},
9434 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Setting the Stage Early Child and Family Characteristics as Predictors of Later Loneliness in Children With Developmental Disabilities - Howell, Hauser-Cram, Kersh.pdf:pdf},
9435 journal = {American Journal on Mental Retardation},
9436 number = {1},
9437 pages = {18--30},
9438 shorttitle = {Setting the Stage},
9439 title = {{Setting the Stage: Early Child and Family Characteristics as Predictors of Later Loneliness in Children With Developmental Disabilities}},
9440 volume = {112},
9441 year = {2007}
9442 }
9443 @article{Land1990,
9444 author = {Land, KC},
9445 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1990/Structural covariates of homicide rates Are there any invariances across time and social space - Land.pdf:pdf},
9446 journal = {American Journal of Sociology},
9447 title = {{Structural covariates of homicide rates: Are there any invariances across time and social space?}},
9448 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/2780646},
9449 year = {1990}
9450 }
9451 @article{Guay1999,
9452 author = {Guay, Frederic and Boivin, Michel and Hodges, Ernest V. E.},
9453 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/Predicting Change in Academic Achievement A Model of Peer Experiences and Self-System Processes - Guay, Boivin, Hodges.pdf:pdf},
9454 journal = {Journal of Educational Psychology},
9455 number = {1},
9456 pages = {105--115},
9457 title = {{Social comparison processes and academic achievement: The dependence of the development of self-evaluations on friends' performance}},
9458 volume = {91},
9459 year = {1999}
9460 }
9461 @article{Boelen2006,
9462 author = {Boelen, P. A. and van den Hout, M. A. and van den Bout, J.},
9463 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/A Cognitive-Behavioral Conceptualization of Complicated Grief - Boelen, van den Hout, van den Bout.pdf:pdf},
9464 journal = {Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice},
9465 number = {2},
9466 pages = {109--128},
9467 title = {{A Cognitive-Behavioral Conceptualization of Complicated Grief}},
9468 volume = {13},
9469 year = {2006}
9470 }
9471 @article{Glaser1987,
9472 author = {Glaser, R. and Rice, J. and Sheridan, J. and Fertel, R. and Stout, J. and Speicher, C. and Pinsky, D. and Kotur, M. and Post, A. and Beck, M.},
9473 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1987/Stress-related immune suppression Health implications - Glaser et al.pdf:pdf},
9474 journal = {Brain, Behavior, and Immunity},
9475 number = {1},
9476 pages = {7--20},
9477 title = {{Stress-related immune suppression: Health implications}},
9478 volume = {1},
9479 year = {1987}
9480 }
9481 @article{Barsky2004,
9482 abstract = {Context Hypochondriasis is a chronic, distressing, and disabling condition that is prevalent in ambulatory medical practice. Until recently, no specific treatment has been clearly demonstrated to be effective. Objective To assess the efficacy of a cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) for hypochondriasis. Design A randomized, usual care control group design, conducted between September 1997 and November 2001. The individual primary care physician was the unit of randomization, and all patients clustered within each physician's practice were assigned to the experimental treatment (individual CBT and a consultation letter to the primary care physician) or to the control condition. Subjects were assessed immediately before and 6 and 12 months after the completion of treatment. Setting and Participants Participants were 80 patients from primary care practices and 107 volunteers responding to public announcements, all of whom exceeded a predetermined cutoff score on a hypochondriasis self-report questionnaire on 2 successive occasions. Intervention A scripted, 6-session, individual CBT intervention was compared with medical care as usual. The CBT was accompanied by a consultation letter sent to the patient's primary care physician. Main Outcome Measures Hypochondriacal beliefs, fears, attitudes, and somatic symptoms; role function and impairment. Results A total of 102 individuals were assigned to CBT and 85 were assigned to medical care as usual. The sociodemographic and clinical characteristics of the 2 groups were similar at baseline. Using an intent-to-treat analytic strategy, a consistent pattern of statistically and clinically significant treatment effects was found at both 6- and 12-month follow-up, adjusting for baseline covariates that included educational level, generalized psychiatric distress, and participant status (patient vs volunteer). At 12-month follow-up, CBT patients had significantly lower levels of hypochondriacal symptoms, beliefs, and attitudes (P<.001) and health-related anxiety (P = .009). They also had significantly less impairment of social role functioning (P = .05) and intermediate activities of daily living (P<.001). Hypochondriacal somatic symptoms were not improved significantly by treatment. Conclusion This brief, individual CBT intervention, developed specifically to alter hypochondriacal thinking and restructure hypochondriacal beliefs, appears to have significant beneficial long-term effects on the symptoms of hypochondriasis.},
9483 author = {Barsky, Arthur J. and Ahern, David K.},
9484 doi = {10.1001/jama.291.12.1464},
9485 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Hypochondriasis A Randomized Controlled Trial - Barsky, Ahern.pdf:pdf},
9486 journal = {JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association},
9487 month = mar,
9488 number = {12},
9489 pages = {1464--1470},
9490 shorttitle = {Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Hypochondriasis},
9491 title = {{Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Hypochondriasis: A Randomized Controlled Trial}},
9492 url = {http://jama.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/abstract/291/12/1464},
9493 volume = {291},
9494 year = {2004}
9495 }
9496 @article{Ladd2006,
9497 author = {Ladd, G. W.},
9498 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Peer Rejection, Aggressive or Withdrawn Behavior, and Psychological Maladjustment from Ages 5 to 12 An Examination of Four Predictive Models - Ladd.pdf:pdf},
9499 journal = {Child Development},
9500 number = {4},
9501 pages = {822--846},
9502 shorttitle = {Peer Rejection, Aggressive or Withdrawn Behavior, },
9503 title = {{Peer Rejection, Aggressive or Withdrawn Behavior, and Psychological Maladjustment from Ages 5 to 12: An Examination of Four Predictive Models}},
9504 volume = {77},
9505 year = {2006}
9506 }
9507 @techreport{brewer2007enhancing,
9508 author = {Brewer, D.},
9509 booktitle = {Employment and Disability Institute Collection},
9510 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Enhancing Transition for Students with Disabilities Across New York State State Performance Plan 13 and the New York State Transition Quality Indicators - Brewer.pdf:pdf},
9511 institution = {Cornell University},
9512 pages = {1228},
9513 title = {{Enhancing Transition for Students with Disabilities Across New York State: State Performance Plan 13 and the New York State Transition Quality Indicators}},
9514 year = {2007}
9515 }
9516 @article{Tinto2000,
9517 abstract = {Many colleges speak of the importance of increasing student retention. Many even invest substantial resources in programs to achieve that end. Witness, for instance, the growth of the freshman seminar. Some institutions even go so far as to hire retention consultants who promise significant gains in retention if only you use their programs. But while many colleges have adopted a variety of programs to enhance retention, most programs are add-ons that are marginal to the academic life of the institution. Too many colleges have adopted what Parker Palmer calls the add a course strategy. Need to address the issue of diversity? Add a course in diversity studies. Need to address the success of new students? Add a freshman seminar. Need to address student retention? Bring in a consultant and establish a committee or office charged with that responsibility. The result is a growing segmentation of services for students into increasingly autonomous fiefdoms whose functional responsibilities are reinforced by separate budget and promotion systems. Therefore, while it is true that retention programs abound on our campuses, most institutions, in my view, have not taken student retention seriously. They have done little to change the way they organize their activities, done little to alter student experience, and therefore done little to address the deeper roots of student attrition. As a result, most efforts at enhancing student retention, though successful to some degree, have had more limited impact than they should or could.},
9518 author = {Tinto, Vincent},
9519 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Taking Student Retention Seriously Rethinking the First Year of College - Tinto.pdf:pdf},
9520 journal = {NACADA Journal},
9521 number = {2},
9522 pages = {5--10},
9523 title = {{Taking Student Retention Seriously: Rethinking the First Year of College}},
9524 volume = {19},
9525 year = {2000}
9526 }
9527 @book{Kutner2004,
9528 author = {Kutner, Michael H and Nachtsheim, Christopher J. and Neter, John and Li, William},
9529 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Applied Linear Statistical Models (McGraw-HillIrwin Series Operations and Decision Sciences) - Kutner et al.pdf:pdf},
9530 isbn = {0072386886},
9531 keywords = {Linear Models},
9532 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
9533 pages = {1424},
9534 publisher = {McGraw-Hill/Irwin},
9535 title = {{Applied Linear Statistical Models (McGraw-Hill/Irwin Series Operations and Decision Sciences)}},
9536 url = {http://www.amazon.com/Applied-Linear-Statistical-Models-Michael/dp/007310874X},
9537 year = {2004}
9538 }
9539 @article{Wade2000,
9540 author = {Wade, TD and Kendler, KS},
9541 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/The Relationship between Social Support and Major Depression Cross-Sectional, Longitudinal, and Genetic Perspectives - Wade, Kendler.pdf:pdf},
9542 journal = {The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease},
9543 number = {5},
9544 pages = {251},
9545 shorttitle = {The Relationship between Social Support and Major},
9546 title = {{The Relationship between Social Support and Major Depression: Cross-Sectional, Longitudinal, and Genetic Perspectives}},
9547 volume = {188},
9548 year = {2000}
9549 }
9550 @book{Blanck2000,
9551 author = {Blanck, P. D.},
9552 publisher = {Northwestern University Press},
9553 title = {{Employment, disability, and the Americans with Disabilities Act: Issues in law, public policy, and research}},
9554 year = {2000}
9555 }
9556 @book{dey2000generalized,
9557 author = {Dey, D. and Ghosh, S.K. and Mallick, B.K.},
9558 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Generalized linear models A Bayesian perspective - Dey, Ghosh, Mallick.djvu:djvu},
9559 keywords = {Bayes},
9560 mendeley-tags = {Bayes},
9561 publisher = {CRC},
9562 title = {{Generalized linear models: A Bayesian perspective}},
9563 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=Y5AARf7oTNkC&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PA1&amp;dq=Generalized+linear+models+-+a+Bayesian+perspective&amp;ots=8ZX5bIps3u&amp;sig=O0pyIa3IKG6bQeeqgQaO_vKWbNY},
9564 volume = {5},
9565 year = {2000}
9566 }
9567 @book{rieser1990disability,
9568 address = {London, England},
9569 author = {Rieser, R. and Mason, M.},
9570 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1992/Disability equality in the classroom a human rights issue - Rieser, Mason.pdf:pdf},
9571 publisher = {Disability Equality in Education},
9572 title = {{Disability equality in the classroom: a human rights issue}},
9573 year = {1992}
9574 }
9575 @article{Peck1992,
9576 author = {Peck, C. A. and Carlson, P. and Helmsetter, E.},
9577 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1992/Parent and teacher perceptions of outcomes for typically developing children enrolled in integrated early childhood programs A statewide survey - Peck, Carlson, Helmsetter.pdf:pdf},
9578 journal = {Journal of Early Intervention},
9579 number = {1},
9580 pages = {53},
9581 title = {{Parent and teacher perceptions of outcomes for typically developing children enrolled in integrated early childhood programs: A statewide survey}},
9582 volume = {16},
9583 year = {1992}
9584 }
9585 @article{Cadman1987,
9586 abstract = {Abstract. Chronic childhood illness, disability, and psychosocial problems are receiving major attention in current pediatric care. Much of the evidence associating chronic physical problems and mental health and adjustment problems has come from clinic-based studies and is often inconsistent in its conclusions. This paper reports the findings of the Ontario Child Health Study, an epidemiologic survey of 3,294 children 4 to 16 years of age in the general community, concerning the relationship of psychiatric disorders and social adjustment problems among children with chronic illness, medical conditions, and long-term disability in contrast to children free of chronic physical health problems. Age- and sex-adjusted risks for psychiatric disorders and social problems, compared with those for healthy peers, were calculated: children with both chronic illness and associated disability were at greater than threefold risk for psychiatric disorders and considerable risk for social adjustment problems. Children with chronic medical conditions, but no disability, were at considerably less risk: about a twofold increase in psychiatric disorders but little increased risk for social adjustment problems was observed. A relative underuse of specialized mental health services by children who might benefit supports the opinion that all physicians in the community who care for children with chronic health problems should become skilled in the recognition of existing or incipient mental health and social problems and familiar with preventive and treatment approaches that may lessen the excessive burden of psychosocial problems among those with chronic ill-health. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] Copyright of Pediatrics is the property of American Academy of Pediatrics and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. (Copyright applies to all Abstracts)},
9587 author = {Cadman, David and Boyle, Michael and Szatrnari, Peter and Offord, David R.},
9588 doi = {Article},
9589 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1987/Chronic Illness, Disability, and Mental and Social Wellbeing Findings of the Ontario Child Health Study - Cadman et al.pdf:pdf},
9590 issn = {00314005},
9591 journal = {Pediatrics},
9592 keywords = {1990},
9593 month = may,
9594 number = {5},
9595 pages = {805},
9596 shorttitle = {Chronic Illness, Disability, and Mental and Social},
9597 title = {{Chronic Illness, Disability, and Mental and Social Wellbeing: Findings of the Ontario Child Health Study}},
9598 url = {http://offcampus.lib.washington.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=hch&AN=4754678&site=ehost-live},
9599 volume = {79},
9600 year = {1987}
9601 }
9602 @article{Mallette1991,
9603 author = {Mallette, B. I and Cabrera, A. F},
9604 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
9605 number = {2},
9606 pages = {179--194},
9607 shorttitle = {Determinants of withdrawal behavior},
9608 title = {{Determinants of withdrawal behavior: An exploratory study}},
9609 volume = {32},
9610 year = {1991}
9611 }
9612 @book{fanchi2006math,
9613 author = {Fanchi, J.R.},
9614 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Math refresher for scientists and engineers - Fanchi.pdf:pdf},
9615 keywords = {Mathematics},
9616 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics},
9617 publisher = {Wiley-IEEE Press},
9618 title = {{Math refresher for scientists and engineers}},
9619 year = {2006}
9620 }
9621 @article{Noble2006,
9622 author = {Noble, J. H.},
9623 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Meta-analysis Methods, strengths, weaknesses, and political uses - Noble.pdf:pdf},
9624 journal = {Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine},
9625 number = {1},
9626 pages = {7--20},
9627 title = {{Meta-analysis: Methods, strengths, weaknesses, and political uses}},
9628 volume = {147},
9629 year = {2006}
9630 }
9631 @article{McIntyreA2007,
9632 author = {McIntyre, Anne and Tempest, Stephanie},
9633 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Two steps forward, one step back A commentary on the disease-specific core sets of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) - McIntyre, Tempest.pdf:pdf},
9634 journal = {Disability & Rehabilitation},
9635 title = {{Two steps forward, one step back? A commentary on the disease-specific core sets of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF)}},
9636 url = {http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09638280601129181},
9637 year = {2007}
9638 }
9639 @article{herzog2005measuring,
9640 author = {Herzog, S.},
9641 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Measuring determinants of student return vs. dropoutstopout vs. transfer A first-to-second year analysis of new freshmen - Herzog.pdf:pdf},
9642 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
9643 number = {8},
9644 pages = {883--928},
9645 publisher = {Springer},
9646 title = {{Measuring determinants of student return vs. dropout/stopout vs. transfer: A first-to-second year analysis of new freshmen}},
9647 volume = {46},
9648 year = {2005}
9649 }
9650 @misc{Thomas2001,
9651 abstract = {Most large-scale secondary data sets used in higher education research (e.g., NPSAS or BPS) are constructed using complex survey sample designs where the population of interest is stratified on a number of dimensions and oversampled within certain of these strata. Moreover, these complex sample designs often cluster lower level units (e.g., students) within higher level units (e.g., colleges) to achieve efficiencies in the sampling process. Ignoring oversampling (unequal probability of selection) in complex survey designs presents problems when trying to make inferences—data from these designs are, in their raw form, admittedly nonrepresentative of the population to which they are designed to generalize. Ignoring the clustering of observations in these sampling designs presents a second set of problems when making inferences about variability in the population and testing hypotheses and usually leads to an increased likelihood of committing Type I errors (declaring something as an effect when in fact it is not). This article presents an extended example using complex sample survey data to demonstrate how researchers can address problems associated with oversampling and clustering of observations in these designs.},
9652 author = {Thomas, Scott L. and Heck, Ronald H.},
9653 booktitle = {Research in Higher Education},
9654 doi = {10.1023/A:1011098109834},
9655 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Analysis of Large-Scale Secondary Data in Higher Education Research Potential Perils Associated with Complex Sampling Designs - Thomas, Heck.pdf:pdf},
9656 issn = {0361-0365},
9657 keywords = {1990},
9658 number = {5},
9659 pages = {517--540},
9660 publisher = {Springer Netherlands},
9661 title = {{Analysis of Large-Scale Secondary Data in Higher Education Research: Potential Perils Associated with Complex Sampling Designs}},
9662 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/h668j230702v44j4/},
9663 volume = {42},
9664 year = {2001}
9665 }
9666 @article{Millard1991,
9667 abstract = {Four practical questionnaires used for assessing disability associated with chronic low-back pain were investigated. Comparison of findings among 93 patients disclosed a moderate level of agreement (r = 0.44-0.63) between the scales, providing limited evidence that a single construct is being measured by each. The questionnaires were more strongly related to each other than to psychosocial scales, which suggests that findings are distinguishable from distress. However, higher distress was significantly associated with greater reports of disability. This was most discernible in the form of more enduring characteristics that may reflect neuroticism. These findings allow modest support for the construct validity of the four questionnaires and suggest a need for caution with their use because persistently negative affect may be a biasing factor.},
9668 author = {Millard, R W and Jones, R H},
9669 institution = {Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester Medical Center, New York.},
9670 journal = {Spine},
9671 number = {7},
9672 pages = {835--838},
9673 pmid = {1833831},
9674 title = {{Construct validity of practical questionnaires for assessing disability of low-back pain.}},
9675 volume = {16},
9676 year = {1991}
9677 }
9678 @book{Andersen2010,
9679 address = {New York, NY},
9680 author = {Andersen, Per Kragh and Skovgaard, Lene Theil},
9681 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Regression with Linear Predictors - Andersen, Skovgaard.pdf:pdf},
9682 keywords = {Linear Models},
9683 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
9684 publisher = {Springer New York},
9685 series = {Statistics for Biology and Health},
9686 title = {{Regression with Linear Predictors}},
9687 year = {2010}
9688 }
9689 @book{Stewart1992,
9690 author = {Stewart, A. L. and Ware, J. E.},
9691 publisher = {Duke University Press},
9692 title = {{Measuring functioning and well-being: the medical outcomes study approach}},
9693 year = {1992}
9694 }
9695 @book{Hefferon,
9696 author = {Hefferon, Jim},
9697 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Linear Algebra - Hefferon.pdf:pdf},
9698 keywords = {Mathematics,Matrix Algebra},
9699 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics,Matrix Algebra},
9700 title = {{Linear Algebra}},
9701 year = {2011}
9702 }
9703 @article{Kohrman2003,
9704 author = {Kohrman, M.},
9705 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Why Am I Not Disabled Making State Subjects, Making Statistics in Post Mao China - Kohrman.pdf:pdf},
9706 journal = {Medical Anthropology Quarterly},
9707 number = {1},
9708 pages = {5--24},
9709 shorttitle = {Why Am I Not Disabled?},
9710 title = {{Why Am I Not Disabled? Making State Subjects, Making Statistics in Post Mao China}},
9711 volume = {17},
9712 year = {2003}
9713 }
9714 @article{Fidler2006,
9715 author = {Fidler, F and Burgman, MA},
9716 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Impact of criticism of null hypothesis significance testing on statistical reporting practices in conservation biology - Fidler, Burgman.pdf:pdf},
9717 journal = {Conservation Biology},
9718 title = {{Impact of criticism of null hypothesis significance testing on statistical reporting practices in conservation biology}},
9719 url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1523-1739.2006.00525.x/full},
9720 year = {2006}
9721 }
9722 @article{devivo1992community,
9723 author = {DeVivo, MJ and Richards, JS},
9724 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Community Reintegration After Spinal Cord Injury - Priebe et al.pdf:pdf},
9725 issn = {0031-1758},
9726 journal = {Paraplegia},
9727 number = {2},
9728 pages = {108--112},
9729 publisher = {Macmillan},
9730 title = {{Community reintegration and quality of life following spinal cord injury}},
9731 volume = {30},
9732 year = {1992}
9733 }
9734 @article{Bryk1988,
9735 author = {Bryk, AS and Raudenbush, SW},
9736 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1988/Heterogeneity of variance in experimental studies A challenge to conventional interpretations - Bryk, Raudenbush.pdf:pdf},
9737 journal = {Psychological Bulletin},
9738 title = {{Heterogeneity of variance in experimental studies: A challenge to conventional interpretations}},
9739 url = {http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cluster=14781881069613039063&hl=en&as_sdt=0,48#2},
9740 year = {1988}
9741 }
9742 @article{Zhang1998,
9743 abstract = {Logistic regression is used frequently in cohort studies and clinical trials. When the incidence of an outcome of interest is common in the study population (>10%), the adjusted odds ratio derived from the logistic regression can no longer approximate the risk ratio. The more frequent the outcome, the more the odds ratio overestimates the risk ratio when it is more than 1 or underestimates it when it is less than 1. We propose a simple method to approximate a risk ratio from the adjusted odds ratio and derive an estimate of an association or treatment effect that better represents the true relative risk.},
9744 author = {Zhang, J.},
9745 doi = {10.1001/jama.280.19.1690},
9746 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/What's the Relative Risk A Method of Correcting the Odds Ratio in Cohort Studies of Common Outcomes - Zhang.pdf:pdf},
9747 issn = {00987484},
9748 journal = {JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association},
9749 month = nov,
9750 number = {19},
9751 pages = {1690--1691},
9752 title = {{What's the Relative Risk?: A Method of Correcting the Odds Ratio in Cohort Studies of Common Outcomes}},
9753 url = {http://jama.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/abstract/280/19/1690},
9754 volume = {280},
9755 year = {1998}
9756 }
9757 @article{Cleveland1988,
9758 author = {Cleveland, William S. and Devlin, Susan J.},
9759 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1988/Locally Weighted Regression An Approach to Regression Analysis by Local Fitting - Cleveland, Devlin.pdf:pdf},
9760 journal = {Journal of the American Statistical Association},
9761 number = {403},
9762 pages = {596 -- 610},
9763 publisher = {American Statistical Association},
9764 title = {{Locally Weighted Regression: An Approach to Regression Analysis by Local Fitting}},
9765 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/2289282},
9766 volume = {83},
9767 year = {1988}
9768 }
9769 @article{rubin2005causal,
9770 author = {Rubin, D.B.},
9771 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Causal inference using potential outcomes - Rubin.pdf:pdf},
9772 journal = {Journal of the American Statistical Association},
9773 number = {469},
9774 pages = {322--331},
9775 publisher = {ASA},
9776 title = {{Causal inference using potential outcomes}},
9777 url = {http://pubs.amstat.org/doi/abs/10.1198/016214504000001880},
9778 volume = {100},
9779 year = {2005}
9780 }
9781 @phdthesis{normandin2010,
9782 abstract = {The contemporary student veteran population is growing rapidly as service members who served in the Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts take advantage of the Post 9/11 Veteran Educational Assistance Act of 2008 to receive educational benefits to attend college (Cook & Kim, 2009). However, student veterans entering college today have a unique set of qualities and experiences. As an emerging student population, little is known about the experiences and perceptions these student veterans bring with them to college (DiRamio, Ackerman, & Mitchell, 2008). This study explored the nature of contemporary student veteran transition experiences from military life to college life to uncover (a) the factors that had positive effects on the contemporary student veteran transition process, and (b) the factors that posed challenges to the contemporary student veteran transition process. The information presented in this study has significance as it fills a knowledge gap that in existing literature regarding transitional experiences and perceptions of contemporary student veterans. In addition, the findings may serve as a foundation to improve the quality of resources available for those working to serve the needs of this growing student population.},
9783 annote = {this article discusses the unique experiences of veterans transitioning from military service to civilian college environment. The military structure is different than civilian structure so the transition was different. There are also differences in transitions, such as anticipated events, like knowing when military service will end, but also un expected events like injury which will require early discharge from the military and they could not reenlist if they did not transition well into civilain life. The article discusses 4 "S"'s, Situation, Self, Support, Strategy are all neccessary in transitions. Much insight and expected and unexpected findings are found in this thesis, but one of the main focuses is on the supports neccessary and the need to understand the unique situation veteran transition has.},
9784 author = {Normandin, K.},
9785 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Contemporary student veterans transitional experiences from military life to college life - Normandin.pdf:pdf},
9786 title = {{Contemporary student veterans: transitional experiences from military life to college life}},
9787 year = {2010}
9788 }
9789 @article{Manns1999,
9790 author = {Manns, P. J. and Chad, K. E.},
9791 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/Determining the relation between quality of life, handicap, fitness, and physical activity for persons with spinal cord injury - Manns, Chad.pdf:pdf},
9792 journal = {Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation},
9793 number = {12},
9794 pages = {1566--1571},
9795 title = {{Determining the relation between quality of life, handicap, fitness, and physical activity for persons with spinal cord injury}},
9796 volume = {80},
9797 year = {1999}
9798 }
9799 @incollection{Agar2000,
9800 address = {San Francisco, CA},
9801 author = {Agar, Michael},
9802 booktitle = {New Directions for Evaluation},
9803 doi = {10.1002/ev.1175},
9804 editor = {Hopson, R. K.},
9805 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Border lessons Linguistic “rich points” and evaluative understanding - Agar.pdf:pdf},
9806 issn = {1097-6736},
9807 month = jan,
9808 number = {86},
9809 pages = {93--109},
9810 publisher = {Jossey-Bass},
9811 title = {{Border lessons: Linguistic “rich points” and evaluative understanding}},
9812 url = {http://doi.wiley.com/10.1002/ev.1175},
9813 volume = {2000},
9814 year = {2000}
9815 }
9816 @book{harville2008matrix,
9817 author = {Harville, D.A.},
9818 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Matrix algebra from a statistician's perspective - Harville.pdf:pdf},
9819 keywords = {Mathematics,Matrix Algebra},
9820 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics,Matrix Algebra},
9821 publisher = {Springer Verlag},
9822 title = {{Matrix algebra from a statistician's perspective}},
9823 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=kZGBQijgGV8C&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PR5&amp;dq=Matrix+Algebra+From+a+Statistician?s+Perspective&amp;ots=LS1wI4f8Ds&amp;sig=5nvvcJgTppJcQsRCf3Xv-DsyqJI},
9824 year = {2008}
9825 }
9826 @book{Breslow1996,
9827 author = {Breslow, Norman},
9828 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/Generalized Linear Models Checking Assumptions and Strengthening Conclusions - Breslow.pdf:pdf},
9829 keywords = {Linear Models},
9830 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
9831 title = {{Generalized Linear Models: Checking Assumptions and Strengthening Conclusions}},
9832 year = {1996}
9833 }
9834 @article{Gorin2007,
9835 author = {Gorin, J. S.},
9836 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Reconsidering issues in validity theory - Gorin.pdf:pdf},
9837 journal = {Educational Researcher},
9838 number = {8},
9839 pages = {456},
9840 title = {{Reconsidering issues in validity theory}},
9841 volume = {36},
9842 year = {2007}
9843 }
9844 @book{Lomax2007,
9845 author = {Lomax, Richard G.},
9846 isbn = {9780805858501},
9847 pages = {272},
9848 publisher = {Routledge Academic},
9849 title = {{Statistical Concepts: A Second Course, Third Edition}},
9850 year = {2007}
9851 }
9852 @article{Wehman1999,
9853 author = {Wehman, P. and Wilson, K. and Targett, P. and West, M. and Bricout, J. and McKinley, W.},
9854 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/Removing transportation barriers for persons with spinal cord injuries An ongoing challenge to community reintegration - Wehman et al.pdf:pdf},
9855 journal = {Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation},
9856 number = {1},
9857 pages = {21--30},
9858 shorttitle = {Removing transportation barriers for persons with},
9859 title = {{Removing transportation barriers for persons with spinal cord injuries: An ongoing challenge to community reintegration}},
9860 volume = {13},
9861 year = {1999}
9862 }
9863 @article{Jorge2004,
9864 author = {Jorge, RE and Robinson, RG},
9865 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Major depression following traumatic brain injury - Jorge, Robinson.pdf:pdf},
9866 journal = {Archives of General Psychiatry},
9867 title = {{Major depression following traumatic brain injury}},
9868 url = {http://archpsyc.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/abstract/61/1/42},
9869 year = {2004}
9870 }
9871 @article{Dobbie2001,
9872 abstract = {This paper extends the two-component approach to modelling count data with extra zeros, considered by Mullahy (1986), Heilbron (1994) and Welsh et al. (1996), to take account of possible serial dependence between repeated observations. Generalized estimating equations (Liang & Zeger, 1986) are constructed for each component of the model by incorporating correlation matrices into each of the maximum likelihood estimating equations. The proposed method is demonstrated on weekly counts of Noisy Friarbirds (Philemon cornic-ulatus), which were recorded by observers for the Canberra Garden Bird Survey (Hermes, 1981)},
9873 author = {Dobbie, Melissa J and Welsh, A H},
9874 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Modelling correlated zero-inflated count data - Dobbie, Welsh.pdf:pdf},
9875 institution = {Australian National University},
9876 journal = {Australian New Zealand Journal of Statistics},
9877 keywords = {1990},
9878 number = {4},
9879 pages = {431--444},
9880 publisher = {John Wiley & Sons},
9881 title = {{Modelling correlated zero-inflated count data}},
9882 url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1467-842X.00191},
9883 volume = {43},
9884 year = {2001}
9885 }
9886 @misc{tierney1992official,
9887 author = {Tierney, William G.},
9888 publisher = {Norwood, NJ: Ablex},
9889 title = {{Official encouragement, institutional discouragement: Minorities in academe—the American Indian experience}},
9890 year = {1992}
9891 }
9892 @article{Kaeser1992,
9893 author = {Kaeser, F.},
9894 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1992/Can people with severe mental retardation consent to mutual sex - Kaeser.pdf:pdf},
9895 journal = {Sexuality and Disability},
9896 number = {1},
9897 pages = {33--42},
9898 title = {{Can people with severe mental retardation consent to mutual sex?}},
9899 volume = {10},
9900 year = {1992}
9901 }
9902 @article{Wiggins1979,
9903 author = {Wiggins, J. S.},
9904 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1979/A psychological taxonomy of trait-descriptive terms The interpersonal domain - Wiggins.pdf:pdf},
9905 journal = {Journal of Personality and Social Psychology},
9906 number = {3},
9907 pages = {395--412},
9908 shorttitle = {A psychological taxonomy of trait-descriptive term},
9909 title = {{A psychological taxonomy of trait-descriptive terms: The interpersonal domain}},
9910 volume = {37},
9911 year = {1979}
9912 }
9913 @article{Ehrenberg1982,
9914 author = {Ehrenberg, ASC},
9915 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1982/Writing technical papers or reports - Ehrenberg.pdf:pdf},
9916 journal = {The American Statistician},
9917 number = {4},
9918 pages = {326--329},
9919 title = {{Writing technical papers or reports}},
9920 volume = {36},
9921 year = {1982}
9922 }
9923 @article{Fichten1997,
9924 author = {Fichten, C. S. and Amsel, Rhonda and Robillard, K. and Sabourin, S. and Wright, J.},
9925 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Personality, Attentional Focus, and Novelty Effects Reactions to Peers With Disabilities - Fichten et al.pdf:pdf},
9926 journal = {Rehabilitation Psychology},
9927 number = {3},
9928 pages = {209--230},
9929 shorttitle = {Personality, Attentional Focus, and Novelty Effect},
9930 title = {{Personality, Attentional Focus, and Novelty Effects: Reactions to Peers With Disabilities}},
9931 volume = {42},
9932 year = {1997}
9933 }
9934 @article{Wynne-Edwards2000,
9935 author = {Wynne-Edwards, K. E. and Reburn, C. J.},
9936 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Behavioral endocrinology of mammalian fatherhood - Wynne-Edwards, Reburn.pdf:pdf},
9937 journal = {Trends in Ecology & Evolution},
9938 number = {11},
9939 pages = {464--468},
9940 title = {{Behavioral endocrinology of mammalian fatherhood}},
9941 volume = {15},
9942 year = {2000}
9943 }
9944 @techreport{Arch2011,
9945 address = {Honolulu, HI},
9946 author = {Arch, Rese},
9947 booktitle = {Evaluation},
9948 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Factors Influencing Student Retention in Higher Education - Arch.pdf:pdf},
9949 institution = {Kamehameha Schools Research & Evaluation},
9950 title = {{Factors Influencing Student Retention in Higher Education}},
9951 year = {2011}
9952 }
9953 @article{Amemiya1981,
9954 abstract = {ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT developments in econometrics in the past ten years has occurred in the area of qualitative response models, henceforth to be abbreviated as QR models, also known as quantal, categorical, or discrete models. In these statistical models the endogenous random variables take only discrete values. In this paper I will present what I consider to be the basic facts about QR models. I believe that QR models are so important in economics that every applied researcher should acquire at least a cursory knowledge of these facts. I will start with the discussion of the simplest model-the model for a univariate dichotomous dependent variable (Section 2), and then move on to multi-response (some say multinomial or polychotomous) and multivariate (meaning more than one discrete dependent variable) models (Sections 3 and 4). Most of Section 2, except 2.C, is rudimentary. Sections 2.C, 3, and 4 are novel, not in the sense that I obtain new results but that I organize results in my own way and give a critical evaluation. I will pay attention to the following three problems: (1) how to specify a model which is consistent with economic theory and which is at the same time statistically manageable, (2) how to estimate and test hypotheses on the parameters of a model, and (3) what criteria to use for choosing among competing models. Topic (2) is discussed in Sections 2.B and 3.A. The reader who finds these sections too technical may skip them without affecting the understanding of the other sections. The reader should bear in mind that the field is still growing and there are still many unsolved issues in each of the three categories above-especially, (1) and (3). The discussion of each topic will be illustrated by examples taken from the aforementioned list of references. My major aim in writing this survey has been to present a critical evaluation of a large number of multi-response and multivariate QR models, which have been proposed in the biometr... ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR Copyright of Journal of Economic Literature is the property of American Economic Association and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. (Copyright applies to all Abstracts.)},
9955 author = {Amemiya, T},
9956 doi = {10.2298/EKA0772055N},
9957 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1981/Qualitative response models a survey - Amemiya.pdf:pdf},
9958 issn = {00220515},
9959 journal = {Journal of Economic Literature},
9960 number = {4},
9961 pages = {1483--1536},
9962 publisher = {JSTOR},
9963 title = {{Qualitative response models: a survey}},
9964 volume = {19},
9965 year = {1981}
9966 }
9967 @article{Leppel2001,
9968 abstract = {Using national-level data and a two-step procedure combining least squares regression and logit analysis, this paper examines the impact of majors on college persistence among freshmen. Holding other variables constant, women with business majors and undecided majors are less likely to persist than other women. Women with health majors are most likely to persist. Men with education majors and undecided majors are less likely to persist than other men. Men with business majors are slightly more likely to persist than other men. Differences in persistence rates are explained by differences in the relative magnitudes of goal-commitment, subject-interest, social-forces, and self-image effects. Some policy recommendations are provided.},
9969 author = {Leppel, Karen},
9970 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/The Impact of Major on College Persistence among Freshmen - Leppel.pdf:pdf},
9971 issn = {0018-1560},
9972 journal = {Higher Education},
9973 month = apr,
9974 number = {3},
9975 pages = {327--342},
9976 title = {{The Impact of Major on College Persistence among Freshmen}},
9977 volume = {41},
9978 year = {2001}
9979 }
9980 @article{Shoemaker1999,
9981 abstract = {Statistical analyses are used in many fields of genetic research. Most geneticists are taught classical statistics, which includes hypothesis testing, estimation and the construction of confidence intervals; this framework has proved more than satisfactory in many ways. What does a Bayesian framework have to offer geneticists? Its utility lies in offering a more direct approach to some questions and the incorporation of prior information. It can also provide a more straightforward interpretation of results. The utility of a Bayesian perspective, especially for complex problems, is becoming increasingly clear to the statistics community; geneticists are also finding this framework useful and are increasingly utilizing the power of this approach.},
9982 author = {Shoemaker, J},
9983 doi = {10.1016/S0168-9525(99)01751-5},
9984 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/Bayesian statistics in genetics a guide for the uninitiated - Shoemaker.pdf:pdf},
9985 issn = {01689525},
9986 journal = {Trends in Genetics},
9987 month = sep,
9988 number = {9},
9989 pages = {354--358},
9990 title = {{Bayesian statistics in genetics: a guide for the uninitiated}},
9991 url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0168-9525(99)01751-5},
9992 volume = {15},
9993 year = {1999}
9994 }
9995 @article{Jelsma2009,
9996 author = {Jelsma, J},
9997 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Use of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health a literature survey - Jelsma.pdf:pdf},
9998 journal = {Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine},
9999 title = {{Use of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health: a literature survey}},
10000 url = {http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/mjl/sreh/2009/00000041/00000001/art00001},
10001 year = {2009}
10002 }
10003 @techreport{Quinn2000,
10004 author = {Quinn, Kevin},
10005 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/A Brief Introduction to Bayesian and Likelihood Inference - Quinn.pdf:pdf},
10006 title = {{A Brief Introduction to Bayesian and Likelihood Inference}},
10007 year = {2000}
10008 }
10009 @article{Carter2006,
10010 author = {Carter, R. L.},
10011 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Solutions for Missing Data in Structural Equation Modeling - Carter.pdf:pdf},
10012 journal = {Research and Practice in Assessment},
10013 keywords = {1990},
10014 number = {1},
10015 pages = {1--5},
10016 title = {{Solutions for Missing Data in Structural Equation Modeling}},
10017 volume = {1},
10018 year = {2006}
10019 }
10020 @book{Fink1997,
10021 annote = {http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.157.5540&rep=rep1&type=pdf},
10022 author = {Fink, D},
10023 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/A compendium of conjugate priors - Fink.pdf:pdf},
10024 keywords = {Bayes},
10025 mendeley-tags = {Bayes},
10026 title = {{A compendium of conjugate priors}},
10027 url = {http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cluster=3976439074143630317&hl=en&as_sdt=0,48#0},
10028 year = {1997}
10029 }
10030 @article{Guiffrida2004,
10031 author = {Guiffrida, D. A.},
10032 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Friends from home Asset and liability to African American students attending a predominantly White institution - Guiffrida.pdf:pdf},
10033 journal = {Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice},
10034 number = {3},
10035 pages = {693--708},
10036 title = {{Friends from home: Asset and liability to African American students attending a predominantly White institution}},
10037 url = {http://journals.naspa.org/jsarp/vol41/iss4/art6/},
10038 volume = {24},
10039 year = {2004}
10040 }
10041 @article{Kenny1991,
10042 abstract = {The degree to which parental attachment and family structure are related to indexes of social and psychological functioning was examined for a sample of 1st-year college students (173 women and 53 men). Canonical analysis for the female students yielded significant results that were generally consistent with theoretical expectations. Hypothesized characteristics of insecure attachment and 2 dimensions of maladaptive family structure—parental marital conflict and perceived family anxiety concerning separation—were associated with difficulties in social competence and the presence of psychological symptoms. For male students the results of the canonical analysis were not significant. The findings suggest that for college women close parental attachments are adaptive when combined with a family structure that supports individuation. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved)},
10043 author = {Kenny, Maureen E. and Donaldson, Gail A.},
10044 doi = {10.1037/0022-0167.38.4.479},
10045 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1991/Contributions of parental attachment and family structure to the social and psychological functioning of first-year college students - Kenny, Donaldson.pdf:pdf},
10046 issn = {0022-0167},
10047 journal = {Journal of Counseling Psychology},
10048 keywords = {1990},
10049 language = {English},
10050 number = {4},
10051 pages = {479--486},
10052 title = {{Contributions of parental attachment and family structure to the social and psychological functioning of first-year college students}},
10053 url = {http://doi.apa.org/getdoi.cfm?doi=10.1037/0022-0167.38.4.479},
10054 volume = {38},
10055 year = {1991}
10056 }
10057 @article{Glasman2006,
10058 abstract = {A meta-analysis (k of conditions = 128; N = 4,598) examined the influence of factors present at the time an attitude is formed on the degree to which this attitude guides future behavior. The findings indicated that attitudes correlated with a future behavior more strongly when they were easy to recall (accessible) and stable over time. Because of increased accessibility, attitudes more strongly predicted future behavior when participants had direct experience with the attitude object and reported their attitudes frequently. Because of the resulting attitude stability, the attitude-behavior association was strongest when attitudes were confident, when participants formed their attitude on the basis of behavior-relevant information, and when they received or were induced to think about one- rather than two-sided information about the attitude object. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved). (from the journal abstract)},
10059 author = {Glasman, Laura R. and Albarrac\'{\i}n, Dolores},
10060 doi = {10.1037/0033-2909.132.5.778},
10061 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Forming attitudes that predict future behavior A meta-analysis of the attitude-behavior relation - Glasman, Albarrac\'{\i}n.pdf:pdf},
10062 issn = {0033-2909},
10063 journal = {Psychological Bulletin},
10064 keywords = {1990},
10065 number = {5},
10066 pages = {778--822},
10067 shorttitle = {Forming attitudes that predict future behavior},
10068 title = {{Forming attitudes that predict future behavior: A meta-analysis of the attitude-behavior relation}},
10069 url = {dalbarra@ufl.edu},
10070 volume = {132},
10071 year = {2006}
10072 }
10073 @article{Maras2000,
10074 abstract = {BACKGROUND: There have been fluctuations in research interest into the inclusion of children with disabilities in mainstream schools over the last twenty years. It is still not clear what methods, practices and types of contact are most likely to promote positive attitudes in children toward disabled peers and disability generally. AIMS: To consider two theoretical models of inter-group contact, both claiming to identify precursors for generalised attitude change, in relation to the attitudes of non-disabled children toward disabled peers as a function of different classroom contact. SAMPLE: Participants were 256 non-disabled school children aged 5-11 years (128 girls and 128 boys). METHODS: Measures of sociometric preference and the evaluation of psychological and physical attributes were used to ascertain children's perceptions of known and unknown peers with disabilities. RESULTS: A relationship was found between the type of contact the children had with disabled peers, and their perceptions of psychological and physical attributes (stereotypes) of groups of unknown disabled and non-disabled peers. CONCLUSIONS: Results show generalisation of stereotypic attitude/judgments from one type of disability to another as a consequence of the two types of contact situation. Findings have important implications for integrating disabled children into mainstream.},
10075 author = {Maras, P and Brown, R},
10076 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Effects of different forms of school contact on children's attitudes toward disabled and non-disabled peers - Maras, Brown.pdf:pdf},
10077 issn = {0007-0998},
10078 journal = {The British Journal of Educational Psychology},
10079 keywords = {1990},
10080 month = sep,
10081 pages = {337--351},
10082 title = {{Effects of different forms of school contact on children's attitudes toward disabled and non-disabled peers}},
10083 url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11059115},
10084 volume = {70},
10085 year = {2000}
10086 }
10087 @techreport{Avraham2009,
10088 author = {Avraham, R. and Dafny, L. and Schanzenbach, M.},
10089 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/The Impact of Tort Reform on Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Premiums - Avraham, Dafny, Schanzenbach.pdf:pdf},
10090 institution = {NBER},
10091 title = {{The Impact of Tort Reform on Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Premiums}},
10092 year = {2009}
10093 }
10094 @article{Messick1995a,
10095 author = {Messick, S},
10096 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1995/Standards of Validity and the Validity of Standards in Performance Asessment - Messick.pdf:pdf},
10097 journal = {Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice},
10098 title = {{Standards of Validity and the Validity of Standards in Performance Asessment}},
10099 url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1745-3992.1995.tb00881.x/abstract},
10100 year = {1995}
10101 }
10102 @article{griffin1995correlational,
10103 author = {Griffin, D. and Gonzalez, R.},
10104 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1995/Correlational analysis of dyad-level data in the exchangeable case - Griffin, Gonzalez.pdf:pdf},
10105 journal = {Psychological Bulletin},
10106 number = {3},
10107 pages = {430},
10108 publisher = {American Psychological Association},
10109 title = {{Correlational analysis of dyad-level data in the exchangeable case}},
10110 url = {http://psycnet.apa.org/psycinfo/1996-93542-001},
10111 volume = {118},
10112 year = {1995}
10113 }
10114 @article{Jacoby2007,
10115 abstract = {For many people with epilepsy, the continuing social reality of their condition is as a stigma. Epilepsy stigma has three different levels; internalized, interpersonal, and institutional. While there have been documented improvements in public attitudes towards epilepsy, the remnants of "old" ideas about epilepsy continue to inform popular concepts resulting in a difficult social environment for those affected. The social and quality of life problems arising from a diagnosis of epilepsy can represent greater challenges than are warranted by its clinical severity. The relationship between stigma and impaired quality of life is well documented. Tackling the problem of stigma effectively requires that all three of different levels at which it operates are systematically addressed.},
10116 author = {Jacoby, Ann and Austin, Joan K},
10117 doi = {10.1111/j.1528-1167.2007.01391.x},
10118 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Social stigma for adults and children with epilepsy - Jacoby, Austin.pdf:pdf},
10119 issn = {0013-9580},
10120 journal = {Epilepsia},
10121 pages = {6--9},
10122 title = {{Social stigma for adults and children with epilepsy}},
10123 url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18047591},
10124 volume = {48 Suppl 9},
10125 year = {2007}
10126 }
10127 @article{Kessler1999,
10128 author = {Kessler, R. C. and DuPont, R. L. and Berglund, P. and Wittchen, H. U.},
10129 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/Impairment in pure and comorbid generalized anxiety disorder and major depression at 12 months in two national surveys - Kessler et al.pdf:pdf},
10130 journal = {American Journal of Psychiatry},
10131 pages = {1915--1923},
10132 title = {{Impairment in pure and comorbid generalized anxiety disorder and major depression at 12 months in two national surveys}},
10133 volume = {156},
10134 year = {1999}
10135 }
10136 @article{Flanders1987,
10137 author = {Flanders, W. Dana and Rhodes, Philip H.},
10138 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1987/Large sample confidence intervals for regression standardized risks, risk ratios, and risk differences - Flanders, Rhodes.pdf:pdf},
10139 journal = {Journal of chronic diseases},
10140 title = {{Large sample confidence intervals for regression standardized risks, risk ratios, and risk differences}},
10141 url = {http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/0021968187901068},
10142 year = {1987}
10143 }
10144 @article{Walker2000,
10145 author = {Walker, H. M. and Nishioka, V. M. and Zeller, R. and Severson, H. H. and Feil, E. G.},
10146 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Causal factors and potential solutions for the persistent underidentification of students having emotional or behavioral disorders in the context of schooling - Walker et al.pdf:pdf},
10147 journal = {Assessment for Effective Intervention},
10148 number = {1},
10149 pages = {29},
10150 title = {{Causal factors and potential solutions for the persistent underidentification of students having emotional or behavioral disorders in the context of schooling}},
10151 volume = {26},
10152 year = {2000}
10153 }
10154 @article{Kennedy2006,
10155 author = {Kennedy, P. and Lude, P. and Taylor, N.},
10156 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Quality of life, social participation, appraisals and coping post spinal cord injury a review of four community samples - Kennedy, Lude, Taylor.pdf:pdf},
10157 journal = {Spinal Cord},
10158 pages = {95--105},
10159 shorttitle = {Quality of life, social participation, appraisals },
10160 title = {{Quality of life, social participation, appraisals and coping post spinal cord injury: a review of four community samples}},
10161 volume = {44},
10162 year = {2006}
10163 }
10164 @techreport{HigherEducationResearchInstitute,
10165 address = {Los Angeles, CA},
10166 author = {{Higher Education Research Institute}},
10167 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/College Students with “Hidden” Disabilities The Freshman Survey Fall 2010 - Higher Education Research Institute.pdf:pdf},
10168 institution = {Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA},
10169 title = {{College Students with “Hidden” Disabilities: The Freshman Survey Fall 2010}},
10170 year = {2011}
10171 }
10172 @article{Wilks1938,
10173 author = {Wilks, SS},
10174 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1938/The large-sample distribution of the likelihood ratio for testing composite hypotheses - Wilks.pdf:pdf},
10175 journal = {The Annals of Mathematical Statistics},
10176 number = {1},
10177 pages = {60--62},
10178 title = {{The large-sample distribution of the likelihood ratio for testing composite hypotheses}},
10179 volume = {9},
10180 year = {1938}
10181 }
10182 @article{NEETAP.FOGGAND2009,
10183 author = {{Neeta P. Fogg} and Harrington, Paul E.},
10184 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/From Paternalism to Self-Advocacy Obama - Neeta P. Fogg, Harrington.pdf:pdf},
10185 journal = {New England Journal of Higher Education},
10186 title = {{From Paternalism to Self-Advocacy: Obama}},
10187 year = {2009}
10188 }
10189 @article{Levit2003,
10190 author = {Levit, K. and Smith, C. and Cowan, C. and Lazenby, H. and Sensenig, A. and Catlin, A.},
10191 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Trends In US Health Care Spending, 2001 - Levit et al.pdf:pdf},
10192 journal = {Health Affairs},
10193 number = {1},
10194 pages = {154--164},
10195 title = {{Trends In US Health Care Spending, 2001}},
10196 volume = {22},
10197 year = {2003}
10198 }
10199 @book{Allport1979,
10200 author = {Allport, G. W.},
10201 publisher = {Basic Books},
10202 title = {{The nature of prejudice}},
10203 year = {1979}
10204 }
10205 @book{Shao2003,
10206 author = {Shao, Jun},
10207 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Mathematical Statistics - Shao.pdf:pdf},
10208 isbn = {0387953825},
10209 keywords = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
10210 mendeley-tags = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
10211 pages = {520},
10212 publisher = {Springer},
10213 title = {{Mathematical Statistics}},
10214 url = {http://www.amazon.com/Mathematical-Statistics-Jun-Shao/dp/0387953825},
10215 year = {2003}
10216 }
10217 @article{Tate1997,
10218 author = {Tate, WF},
10219 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Race-ethnicity, SES, gender, and language proficiency trends in mathematics achievement An update - Tate.pdf:pdf},
10220 journal = {Journal for Research in Mathematics Education},
10221 title = {{Race-ethnicity, SES, gender, and language proficiency trends in mathematics achievement: An update}},
10222 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/749636},
10223 year = {1997}
10224 }
10225 @article{Thomas2005,
10226 author = {Thomas, Scott L. and Heck, Ronald H. and Bauer, Karen W.},
10227 doi = {10.1002/ir.155},
10228 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Weighting and adjusting for design effects in secondary data analyses - Thomas, Heck, Bauer.pdf:pdf},
10229 issn = {0271-0579},
10230 journal = {New Directions for Institutional Research},
10231 number = {127},
10232 pages = {51--72},
10233 title = {{Weighting and adjusting for design effects in secondary data analyses}},
10234 volume = {2005},
10235 year = {2005}
10236 }
10237 @article{Zlotnick2002,
10238 author = {Zlotnick, C. and Franklin, C. L. and Zimmerman, M.},
10239 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2002/Does “subthreshold” posttraumatic stress disorder have any clinical relevance - Zlotnick, Franklin, Zimmerman.pdf:pdf},
10240 journal = {Comprehensive psychiatry},
10241 number = {6},
10242 pages = {413--419},
10243 title = {{Does “subthreshold” posttraumatic stress disorder have any clinical relevance?}},
10244 volume = {43},
10245 year = {2002}
10246 }
10247 @book{Devore2007,
10248 author = {Devore, J. L and Berk, K. N},
10249 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Modern mathematical statistics with applications - Devore, Berk.pdf:pdf},
10250 isbn = {0534404731},
10251 keywords = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
10252 mendeley-tags = {Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
10253 publisher = {Duxbury Pr},
10254 title = {{Modern mathematical statistics with applications}},
10255 year = {2007}
10256 }
10257 @book{Davison2003,
10258 annote = {Purchased from ebooks.com},
10259 author = {Davison, AC},
10260 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Statistical models - Davison.pdf:pdf},
10261 title = {{Statistical models}},
10262 year = {2003}
10263 }
10264 @article{DeStefano1993,
10265 author = {DeStefano, F. and Anda, R. F. and Kahn, H. S. and Williamson, D. F. and Russell, C. M.},
10266 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1993/Dental disease and risk of coronary heart disease and mortality - DeStefano et al.pdf:pdf},
10267 journal = {British Medical Journal},
10268 number = {6879},
10269 pages = {688--691},
10270 title = {{Dental disease and risk of coronary heart disease and mortality}},
10271 volume = {306},
10272 year = {1993}
10273 }
10274 @article{Maher1983,
10275 author = {Maher, C. A.},
10276 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1983/Goal Attainment Scaling A Method for Evaluating Special Education Services - Maher.pdf:pdf},
10277 journal = {Exceptional Children},
10278 number = {6},
10279 pages = {529--36},
10280 title = {{Goal Attainment Scaling: A Method for Evaluating Special Education Services}},
10281 volume = {49},
10282 year = {1983}
10283 }
10284 @book{Congdon2005,
10285 annote = {Buy This Book!!!!},
10286 author = {Congdon, P},
10287 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Bayesian models for categorical data - Congdon.pdf:pdf},
10288 keywords = {Bayes,Linear Models},
10289 mendeley-tags = {Bayes,Linear Models},
10290 title = {{Bayesian models for categorical data}},
10291 url = {http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=rzTegn21i58C&oi=fnd&pg=PR5&dq=Bayesian+Models+for+Categorical+Data&ots=dDvtq4cn31&sig=E4nhjSY4CAu0X5F8SCd4XyJW-FY},
10292 year = {2005}
10293 }
10294 @article{DaronAcemogluJoshuaD.Angrist2001,
10295 author = {Acemoglu, Daron and Angrist, Joshua D.},
10296 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Consequences of employment protection The case of the Americans with Disabilities Act - Acemoglu, Angrist.pdf:pdf},
10297 journal = {Journal of Political Economy},
10298 title = {{Consequences of employment protection? The case of the Americans with Disabilities Act}},
10299 url = {http://emilyskarbek.com/uploads/Acemoglu_2001_Consequences_of_Employment_Protection_-_Case_of_the_ADA.pdf},
10300 year = {2001}
10301 }
10302 @article{browne2006comparison,
10303 author = {Browne, W.J. and Draper, D.},
10304 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/A comparison of Bayesian and likelihood-based methods for fitting multilevel models - Browne, Draper.PDF:PDF},
10305 journal = {Bayesian Analysis},
10306 number = {3},
10307 pages = {473--514},
10308 publisher = {Citeseer},
10309 title = {{A comparison of Bayesian and likelihood-based methods for fitting multilevel models}},
10310 url = {http://www.soe.ucsc.edu/$\sim$draper/browne-draper-2006.pdf},
10311 volume = {1},
10312 year = {2006}
10313 }
10314 @article{Livneh2003,
10315 author = {Livneh, H. and Wilson, L. M.},
10316 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Coping Strategies as Predictors and Mediators of Disability-Related Variables and Psychosocial Adaptation An Exploratory Investigation - Livneh, Wilson.pdf:pdf},
10317 journal = {Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin},
10318 number = {4},
10319 pages = {194},
10320 shorttitle = {Coping Strategies as Predictors and Mediators of D},
10321 title = {{Coping Strategies as Predictors and Mediators of Disability-Related Variables and Psychosocial Adaptation: An Exploratory Investigation}},
10322 volume = {46},
10323 year = {2003}
10324 }
10325 @article{Chapireau1998,
10326 author = {Chapireau, F. and Colvez, A.},
10327 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1998/Social disadvantage in the international classification of impairments, disabilities, and handicap - Chapireau, Colvez.pdf:pdf},
10328 journal = {Social Science & Medicine},
10329 number = {1},
10330 pages = {59--66},
10331 title = {{Social disadvantage in the international classification of impairments, disabilities, and handicap}},
10332 volume = {47},
10333 year = {1998}
10334 }
10335 @article{Hebl2005,
10336 author = {Hebl, M. R. and Skorinko, J. L.},
10337 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Acknowledging One's Physical Disability in the Interview Does When” Make a Difference - Hebl, Skorinko.pdf:pdf},
10338 journal = {Journal of Applied Social Psychology},
10339 number = {12},
10340 pages = {2477--2492},
10341 shorttitle = {Acknowledging One's Physical Disability in the Int},
10342 title = {{Acknowledging One's Physical Disability in the Interview: Does "When” Make a Difference?}},
10343 volume = {35},
10344 year = {2005}
10345 }
10346 @misc{WAcoreservicesbill,
10347 keywords = {Statute/Constitution},
10348 mendeley-tags = {Statute/Constitution},
10349 title = {{Students with disabilities — Core services. Revised Code of Washington. 28B.10.912}},
10350 year = {1994}
10351 }
10352 @book{Greene2010,
10353 author = {Greene, William H. and Hensher, David A.},
10354 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Modeling ordered choices A primer - Greene, Hensher.pdf:pdf},
10355 keywords = {Linear Models},
10356 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
10357 title = {{Modeling ordered choices: A primer}},
10358 year = {2010}
10359 }
10360 @article{Turner2001,
10361 author = {Turner, J. A. and Cardenas, D. D. and Warms, C. A. and McClellan, C. B.},
10362 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Chronic pain associated with spinal cord injuries A community survey - Turner et al.pdf:pdf},
10363 journal = {Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation},
10364 number = {4},
10365 pages = {501--508},
10366 shorttitle = {Chronic pain associated with spinal cord injuries},
10367 title = {{Chronic pain associated with spinal cord injuries: A community survey}},
10368 volume = {82},
10369 year = {2001}
10370 }
10371 @article{Sanders2006,
10372 author = {Sanders, K. Y.},
10373 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Overprotection and lowered expectations of persons with disabilities The unforeseen consequences - Sanders.pdf:pdf},
10374 journal = {Work},
10375 number = {2},
10376 pages = {181--188},
10377 title = {{Overprotection and lowered expectations of persons with disabilities: The unforeseen consequences}},
10378 volume = {27},
10379 year = {2006}
10380 }
10381 @article{Sahu2011,
10382 abstract = {Recently, there has been a surge of interest in Bayesian space-time modeling of daily maximum eight-hour average ozone concentration levels. Hierarchical models based on well known time series modeling methods such as the dynamic linear models (DLM) and the auto-regressive (AR) models are often used in the literature. The DLM, developed as a result of the popularity of Kalman filtering methods, provide a dynamical state-space system that is thought to evolve from a pair of state and observation equations. The AR models, on the other hand, cast in a Bayesian hierarchical setting, have recently been developed through a pair of models where a measurement error model is formulated at the top level and an AR model for the true ozone concentration levels is postulated at the next level. Each of the modeling scenarios is set in an appropriate multivariate setting to model the spatial dependence. This paper compares these two methods in hierarchical Bayesian settings. A simplified skeletal version of the DLM taken from Dou et al. (2009) is compared theoretically with a matching hierarchical AR model. The comparisons reveal many important differences in the induced space-time correlation structures. Further comparisons of the variances of the predictive distributions by conditioning on different sets of data for each model show superior performances of the AR models under certain conditions. These theoretical investigations are followed-up by a simulation study and a real data example implemented using Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods for modeling daily maximum eight-hour average ozone concentration levels observed in the state of New York in the months of July and August, 2006. The hierarchical AR model is chosen by all the model choice criteria considered in this example.},
10383 author = {Sahu, S.K. and Bakar, K.S.},
10384 doi = {10.1016/j.stamet.2011.04.009},
10385 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/A comparison of Bayesian models for daily ozone concentration levels - Sahu, Bakar.pdf:pdf},
10386 issn = {15723127},
10387 journal = {Statistical Methodology},
10388 keywords = {1990},
10389 month = may,
10390 title = {{A comparison of Bayesian models for daily ozone concentration levels}},
10391 url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.stamet.2011.04.009},
10392 year = {2011}
10393 }
10394 @inproceedings{Oliver1990,
10395 author = {Oliver, M},
10396 booktitle = {Joint Workshop of the Living Options Group and the Research Unit of the Royal College of Physicians},
10397 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1990/The individual and social models of disability - Oliver.pdf:pdf},
10398 title = {{The individual and social models of disability}},
10399 year = {1990}
10400 }
10401 @article{Ireys2007,
10402 author = {Ireys, HT},
10403 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/The interaction of policy and enrollment in the Medicaid Buy-In Program, 2005 - Ireys.pdf:pdf},
10404 journal = {Washington DC: Mathematica Policy Inc.},
10405 title = {{The interaction of policy and enrollment in the Medicaid Buy-In Program, 2005}},
10406 url = {http://www.nchsd.org/libraryfiles/mbi/mpr_mbi_reportenrollmentpolicymay2007.pdf},
10407 year = {2007}
10408 }
10409 @article{Krijnen2006,
10410 author = {Krijnen, WP},
10411 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Some results on mean square error for factor score prediction - Krijnen.pdf:pdf},
10412 journal = {Psychometrika},
10413 title = {{Some results on mean square error for factor score prediction}},
10414 url = {http://www.springerlink.com/index/LP23W8032UW7562L.pdf},
10415 year = {2006}
10416 }
10417 @article{Elliott1996,
10418 abstract = {Although depression has been widely studied among persons with spinal cord injury, the ubiquitous and unsophisticated use of the term and presumtions about its manifestations in the rehabilitation setting have needlessly encumbered the understanding and treatment of depression. Major themes and issues in the study, measurement, and treatment of depression among persons with spinal cord injury are reviewed. Greater precision is recommended in distinguishing diagnosable depression from displays of negative affect, anxiety, distress, and dysphoria. Correlates of depressive behavior among persons with SCI are surveyed, and guidelines for research and practice in the SCI setting are explicated.},
10419 author = {Elliott, Timothy R. and Frank, Robert G.},
10420 doi = {10.1016/S0003-9993(96)90263-4},
10421 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/Depression following spinal cord injury - Elliott, Frank.pdf:pdf},
10422 issn = {0003-9993},
10423 journal = {Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation},
10424 month = aug,
10425 number = {8},
10426 pages = {816--823},
10427 title = {{Depression following spinal cord injury}},
10428 url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6WB6-4CG1SCG-29/2/615b5d8a392e6bc3b48837212008452e},
10429 volume = {77},
10430 year = {1996}
10431 }
10432 @article{Westen2004,
10433 author = {Westen, D. and Weinberger, J.},
10434 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/When Clinical Description Becomes Statistical Prediction - Westen, Weinberger.pdf:pdf},
10435 journal = {American Psychologist},
10436 number = {7},
10437 pages = {595--613},
10438 title = {{When Clinical Description Becomes Statistical Prediction}},
10439 volume = {59},
10440 year = {2004}
10441 }
10442 @article{Cano2000,
10443 annote = {for mediation},
10444 author = {Cano, A. and Weisberg, J. N. and Gallagher, R. M.},
10445 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Marital satisfaction and pain severity mediate the association between negative spouse responses to pain and depressive symptoms in a chronic pain patient sample - Cano, Weisberg, Gallagher.pdf:pdf},
10446 journal = {Pain Medicine},
10447 number = {1},
10448 pages = {35--43},
10449 title = {{Marital satisfaction and pain severity mediate the association between negative spouse responses to pain and depressive symptoms in a chronic pain patient sample}},
10450 volume = {1},
10451 year = {2000}
10452 }
10453 @article{Braxton1988a,
10454 abstract = {The influence of student problems, which are often cited by students as reasons for withdrawal, is compared with the influence of constructs derived from Tinto's student attrition model. The findings suggest that data from post-hoc attrition studies should be used cautiously. (Author/MLW)},
10455 author = {Braxton, John M. and Brier, E. M. and Hossler, D.},
10456 journal = {Research in Higher Education},
10457 keywords = {1990},
10458 number = {3},
10459 pages = {241--53},
10460 shorttitle = {The Influence of Student Problems on Student Withd},
10461 title = {{The Influence of Student Problems on Student Withdrawal Decisions: An Autopsy on "Autopsy" Studies}},
10462 volume = {28},
10463 year = {1988}
10464 }
10465 @book{khuri2009linear,
10466 author = {Khuri, A.I.},
10467 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Linear model methodology - Khuri.pdf:pdf},
10468 keywords = {Linear Models},
10469 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
10470 publisher = {Chapman & Hall},
10471 title = {{Linear model methodology}},
10472 year = {2009}
10473 }
10474 @book{Sarkar2008a,
10475 author = {Sarkar, D.},
10476 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Lattice multivariate data visualization with R - Sarkar.pdf:pdf},
10477 publisher = {Springer Verlag},
10478 title = {{Lattice: multivariate data visualization with R}},
10479 year = {2008}
10480 }
10481 @article{Mosholder2011,
10482 author = {Mosholder, R},
10483 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2011/Encouraging Post-Secondary Native American Student Persistence - Mosholder.pdf:pdf},
10484 journal = {Online Submission},
10485 title = {{Encouraging Post-Secondary Native American Student Persistence}},
10486 url = {http://eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/recordDetail?accno=ED526311},
10487 year = {2011}
10488 }
10489 @article{Gelman2006a,
10490 author = {Gelman, A},
10491 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Prior distributions for variance parameters in hierarchical models - Gelman.pdf:pdf},
10492 journal = {Bayesian analysis},
10493 title = {{Prior distributions for variance parameters in hierarchical models}},
10494 url = {http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.64.7507&rep=rep1&type=pdf},
10495 year = {2006}
10496 }
10497 @book{Blanck2004,
10498 author = {Blanck, P. and Hill, E. and Siegal, C. and Waterstone, M.},
10499 publisher = {Thomson/West, St. Paul, Minn.},
10500 title = {{Disability civil rights law and policy}},
10501 year = {2004}
10502 }
10503 @article{Ansara,
10504 author = {Ansara, D. L. and Hindin, M. J.},
10505 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Exploring gender differences in the patterns of intimate partner violence in Canada A latent class approach - Ansara, Hindin.pdf:pdf},
10506 journal = {Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health},
10507 title = {{Exploring gender differences in the patterns of intimate partner violence in Canada: A latent class approach}},
10508 year = {2009}
10509 }
10510 @article{Press2010,
10511 author = {Press, Chicago and Sewell, W. H. Jr},
10512 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/A Theory of Structure Duality, Agency, and Transformation - Press, Sewell.pdf:pdf},
10513 journal = {American Journal of Sociology},
10514 number = {1},
10515 pages = {1--29},
10516 title = {{A Theory of Structure: Duality, Agency, and Transformation}},
10517 volume = {98},
10518 year = {2010}
10519 }
10520 @book{Dawkins,
10521 author = {Dawkins, Paul},
10522 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Linear Algebra - Dawkins.pdf:pdf},
10523 keywords = {Mathematics,Matrix Algebra},
10524 mendeley-tags = {Mathematics,Matrix Algebra},
10525 title = {{Linear Algebra}},
10526 year = {2007}
10527 }
10528 @article{Bolker2009,
10529 abstract = {How should ecologists and evolutionary biologists analyze nonnormal data that involve random effects? Nonnormal data such as counts or proportions often defy classical statistical procedures. Generalized linear mixed models (GLMMs) provide a more flexible approach for analyzing nonnormal data when random effects are present. The explosion of research on GLMMs in the last decade has generated considerable uncertainty for practitioners in ecology and evolution. Despite the availability of accurate techniques for estimating GLMM parameters in simple cases, complex GLMMs are challenging to fit and statistical inference such as hypothesis testing remains difficult. We review the use (and misuse) of GLMMs in ecology and evolution, discuss estimation and inference and summarize 'best-practice' data analysis procedures for scientists facing this challenge.},
10530 author = {Bolker, Benjamin M and Brooks, Mollie E and Clark, Connie J and Geange, Shane W and Poulsen, John R and Stevens, M Henry H and White, Jada-Simone S},
10531 doi = {10.1016/j.tree.2008.10.008},
10532 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Generalized linear mixed models a practical guide for ecology and evolution - Bolker et al.pdf:pdf},
10533 issn = {0169-5347},
10534 journal = {Trends in ecology & evolution},
10535 month = mar,
10536 number = {3},
10537 pages = {127--35},
10538 pmid = {19185386},
10539 title = {{Generalized linear mixed models: a practical guide for ecology and evolution}},
10540 volume = {24},
10541 year = {2009}
10542 }
10543 @article{Nowicki2006,
10544 abstract = {BACKGROUND: Past research has shown that children can be biased against peers with disabilities, but the association of attitudes with gender, age and disability preferences, as well as interactions between these variables, are unclear. The objectives of this study were to examine these issues in a cross-sectional, split-plot study to clarify: (1) if elementary school children's attitudes towards peers with disabilities are related to age, gender and type of disability; (2) if interactions between these variables exist; and (3) if convergent validity could be achieved across three theoretically linked dependent variables. METHODS: One hundred elementary school children between 4 and 10 years old were assessed for attitudes towards target children with no disability, a physical or an intellectual disability, and a combined intellectual/physical disability. Measures were completed in an interview format. RESULTS: Attitudes towards a target child with physical disabilities and a target child without disabilities did not differ. There was a significant interaction for age and disability. Attitudes towards target children with intellectual and intellectual/physical disabilities were negatively biased, and were negatively associated with age. Results were consistent across measures except for a main effect of gender in one measure and a gender by age interaction in another. CONCLUSIONS: Children's attitudes appear to be associated with several factors, including age and the presence or absence of disability. Gender differences in attitudes may be because of gender-based response biases rather than disability biases. Because of the multifaceted nature of childhood attitudes, cross-sectional designs with several dependent and independent variables provide an opportunity to examine consistency of results across measures and potential interactions between factors that may not be uncovered when variables are examined in isolation.},
10545 author = {Nowicki, E A},
10546 doi = {10.1111/j.1365-2788.2005.00781.x},
10547 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/A cross-sectional multivariate analysis of children's attitudes towards disabilities - Nowicki.pdf:pdf},
10548 issn = {0964-2633},
10549 journal = {Journal of Intellectual Disability Research},
10550 keywords = {1990},
10551 number = {Pt 5},
10552 pages = {335--348},
10553 title = {{A cross-sectional multivariate analysis of children's attitudes towards disabilities}},
10554 url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16629927},
10555 volume = {50},
10556 year = {2006}
10557 }
10558 @article{Lindbeck1995,
10559 author = {Lindbeck, A},
10560 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1995/Welfare State Disincentives with Endogenous Habits and Norms - Lindbeck.pdf:pdf},
10561 journal = {Scandinavian Journal of Economics},
10562 title = {{Welfare State Disincentives with Endogenous Habits and Norms}},
10563 url = {http://econpapers.repec.org/article/blascandj/v_3A97_3Ay_3A1995_3Ai_3A4_3Ap_3A477-94.htm},
10564 year = {1995}
10565 }
10566 @article{McKay2008,
10567 abstract = {Do service learning courses offer the opportunity for first-generation students to experience academic and social integration and ultimately, academic success? Our study answered this question by exploring the quality of interaction between first-generation students and faculty that characterizes service learning pedagogy, and by revealing ways in which service learning courses academically engage first-generation students in community service projects. Combining quantitative and qualitative methods, results confirm the vital role of communication between faculty and first-generation students and the potential for service learning courses to facilitate the process of integration. Implications for continued research in this area of instructional communication are also explored. Do service learning courses offer the opportunity for first-generation students to experience academic and social integration and ultimately, academic success? Our study answered this question by exploring the quality of interaction between first-generation students and faculty that characterizes service learning pedagogy, and by revealing ways in which service learning courses academically engage first-generation students in community service projects. Combining quantitative and qualitative methods, results confirm the vital role of communication between faculty and first-generation students and the potential for service learning courses to facilitate the process of integration. Implications for continued research in this area of instructional communication are also explored.},
10568 author = {McKay, Valerie C. and Estrella, Jeremy},
10569 doi = {10.1080/03634520801966123},
10570 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/First-Generation Student Success The Role of Faculty Interaction in Service Learning Courses - McKay, Estrella.pdf:pdf},
10571 issn = {0363-4523},
10572 journal = {Communication Education},
10573 month = jul,
10574 number = {3},
10575 pages = {356--372},
10576 publisher = {Routledge},
10577 title = {{First-Generation Student Success: The Role of Faculty Interaction in Service Learning Courses}},
10578 url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03634520801966123},
10579 volume = {57},
10580 year = {2008}
10581 }
10582 @article{Lavine1999,
10583 abstract = {We use a single example to explain (1), the Likelihood Principle, (2) Bayesian statistics, and (3) why classical statistics cannot be used to compare hypotheses.},
10584 author = {Lavine, Michael},
10585 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/What is Bayesian statistics and why everything else is wrong - Lavine.pdf:pdf},
10586 institution = {Duke University},
10587 journal = {The Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics and its Applications},
10588 number = {2},
10589 pages = {1--7},
10590 title = {{What is Bayesian statistics and why everything else is wrong}},
10591 volume = {20},
10592 year = {1999}
10593 }
10594 @article{Lynn2003,
10595 author = {Lynn, H. S.},
10596 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2003/Suppression and Confounding in Action - Lynn.pdf:pdf},
10597 journal = {The American Statistician},
10598 keywords = {1990},
10599 number = {1},
10600 pages = {58--62},
10601 title = {{Suppression and Confounding in Action}},
10602 volume = {57},
10603 year = {2003}
10604 }
10605 @article{NoyesJr2005,
10606 author = {{Noyes Jr}, R. and Carney, C. P. and Hillis, S. L. and Jones, L. E. and Langbehn, D. R.},
10607 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Prevalence and Correlates of Illness Worry in the General Population - Noyes Jr et al.pdf:pdf},
10608 journal = {Psychosomatics},
10609 number = {6},
10610 pages = {529},
10611 title = {{Prevalence and Correlates of Illness Worry in the General Population}},
10612 volume = {46},
10613 year = {2005}
10614 }
10615 @article{Frierson97,
10616 abstract = {The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) provides that disabled individuals who are otherwise qualified to perform a job cannot be discriminated against because of their disabilities. However, an increasing number of federal court rulings are creating a situation where a plaintiffs impairment must be so severe that the individual is unable to pet-form the job in question in order to be adjudged as disabled. Therefore, if a plaintiff who suffered discrimination is healthy enough to perform the job, he or she is not disabled and cannot sue under the ADA; however, if a plaintiff proves an impairment that is severe enough to be a disability, he or she is not qualified for the job. Either way, the employee-applicant-plaintiff loses. Certain medical conditions are listed that are all serious, chronic impairments that have been involved in case decisions under the Rehabilitation Act and the ADA. Many other medical conditions may or may not be serious or chronic, such as arthritis, back problems, vision problems, and high blood pressure. These would continue being handled on a case-by-case basis to determine if the condition causes a substantial limitation on a major life activity, but judged as to any limitations imposed under the unmedicated test.},
10617 author = {Frierson, James G.},
10618 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Heads you Lose, Tails You Lose a Disturbing Judicial Trend in Defining Disability - Frierson.pdf:pdf},
10619 issn = {00236586},
10620 journal = {Labor Law Journal},
10621 keywords = {1990},
10622 number = {7},
10623 pages = {419},
10624 title = {{Heads you Lose, Tails You Lose a Disturbing Judicial Trend in Defining Disability}},
10625 year = {1997}
10626 }
10627 @article{Sandstrom2004,
10628 author = {Sandstrom, M. J. and Schanberg, L. E.},
10629 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2004/Peer Rejection, Social Behavior, and Psychological Adjustment in Children with Juvenile Rheumatic Disease - Sandstrom, Schanberg.pdf:pdf},
10630 journal = {Journal of Pediatric Psychology},
10631 number = {1},
10632 pages = {29},
10633 title = {{Peer Rejection, Social Behavior, and Psychological Adjustment in Children with Juvenile Rheumatic Disease}},
10634 volume = {29},
10635 year = {2004}
10636 }
10637 @article{Schay2007,
10638 author = {Schay, G},
10639 journal = {Recherche},
10640 title = {{Introduction to probability with statistical applications}},
10641 url = {http://www.lavoisier.fr/livre/notice.asp?id=OSRWLXAKK6LOWU},
10642 year = {2007}
10643 }
10644 @article{Pettigrew1997,
10645 author = {Pettigrew, T. F.},
10646 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Generalized intergroup contact effects on prejudice - Pettigrew.pdf:pdf},
10647 journal = {Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin},
10648 number = {2},
10649 pages = {173},
10650 title = {{Generalized intergroup contact effects on prejudice}},
10651 volume = {23},
10652 year = {1997}
10653 }
10654 @article{Hoeting1999,
10655 author = {Hoeting, Jennifer A. and Madigan, David and Raftery, Adrian E. and Volinsky, Chris T.},
10656 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/Bayesian model averaging a tutorial (with comments by M. Clyde, David Draper and E. I. George, and a rejoinder by the authors - Hoeting et al.pdf:pdf},
10657 issn = {0883-4237},
10658 journal = {Statistical Science},
10659 keywords = {1990},
10660 month = nov,
10661 number = {4},
10662 pages = {382--417},
10663 title = {{Bayesian model averaging: a tutorial (with comments by M. Clyde, David Draper and E. I. George, and a rejoinder by the authors}},
10664 url = {http://projecteuclid.org/euclid.ss/1009212519},
10665 volume = {14},
10666 year = {1999}
10667 }
10668 @article{Bouras2009,
10669 author = {Bouras, N.},
10670 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2009/Mental health and related issues for people with intellectual disability - Bouras.pdf:pdf},
10671 journal = {Current Opinion in Psychiatry},
10672 number = {5},
10673 pages = {429},
10674 title = {{Mental health and related issues for people with intellectual disability}},
10675 volume = {22},
10676 year = {2009}
10677 }
10678 @article{Saenz1999,
10679 author = {Saenz, T and Marcoulides, GA},
10680 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/The relationship between college experience and academic performance among minority students - Saenz, Marcoulides.pdf:pdf},
10681 journal = {International Journal of Educational Management},
10682 title = {{The relationship between college experience and academic performance among minority students}},
10683 year = {1999}
10684 }
10685 @article{Waller2008,
10686 author = {Waller, B. M. and Cray, J. J. and Burrows, A. M.},
10687 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2008/Selection for universal facial emotion - Waller, Cray, Burrows.pdf:pdf},
10688 journal = {Emotion},
10689 number = {3},
10690 pages = {435--9},
10691 title = {{Selection for universal facial emotion}},
10692 volume = {8},
10693 year = {2008}
10694 }
10695 @article{Astin1970a,
10696 author = {Astin, AW},
10697 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1970/The methodology of research on college impact, part two - Astin.pdf:pdf},
10698 journal = {Sociology of Education},
10699 title = {{The methodology of research on college impact, part two}},
10700 url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/2111842},
10701 year = {1970}
10702 }
10703 @incollection{berger2005past,
10704 address = {Westport, CT},
10705 author = {Berger, J.B. and Lyon, S.C.},
10706 booktitle = {College Student Retention: Formula for Student Success},
10707 editor = {Seidman, Alan},
10708 pages = {1--30},
10709 publisher = {American Council on Education and Praeger Publishers},
10710 title = {{Past to present: A historical look at retention}},
10711 year = {2005}
10712 }
10713 @article{Engel1977,
10714 author = {Engel, G. L.},
10715 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1977/The need for a new medical model a challenge for biomedicine - Engel.pdf:pdf},
10716 journal = {Science},
10717 number = {4286},
10718 pages = {129--136},
10719 shorttitle = {The need for a new medical model},
10720 title = {{The need for a new medical model: a challenge for biomedicine}},
10721 volume = {196},
10722 year = {1977}
10723 }
10724 @article{Parker1994,
10725 author = {Parker, J. G. and Asher, S. R.},
10726 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1994/Friendship and friendship quality in middle childhood Links with peer group acceptance and feelings of loneliness and social dissatisfaction - Parker, Asher.pdf:pdf},
10727 journal = {Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development},
10728 pages = {71--96},
10729 shorttitle = {Friendship and friendship quality in middle childh},
10730 title = {{Friendship and friendship quality in middle childhood: Links with peer group acceptance and feelings of loneliness and social dissatisfaction}},
10731 year = {1994}
10732 }
10733 @article{barnard2010accommodation,
10734 author = {Barnard-Brak, L. and Lechtenberger, D. and Lan, W.Y.},
10735 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/Accommodation strategies of college students with disabilities - Barnard-Brak, Lechtenberger, Lan.pdf:pdf},
10736 journal = {Qualitative Report},
10737 number = {2},
10738 pages = {411--429},
10739 publisher = {Nova Southeastern University. 3301 College Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33317. Tel: 954-262-5389; Fax: 954-262-3970; Web site: http://www. nova. edu/ssss/QR},
10740 title = {{Accommodation strategies of college students with disabilities}},
10741 url = {http://www.nova.edu/ssss/QR/QR15-2/barnard-brak.pdf},
10742 volume = {15},
10743 year = {2010}
10744 }
10745 @book{Everitt2009,
10746 address = {Boca Raton, FL},
10747 author = {Everitt, Brian S. and Hothorn, Torsten},
10748 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2010/A Handbook of Statistical Analyses Using R, Second Edition - Everitt, Hothorn.pdf:pdf},
10749 isbn = {9781420079333},
10750 keywords = {Linaer Models,R Books,Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
10751 mendeley-tags = {Linaer Models,R Books,Statistical Theory and Mathematical Statistics},
10752 pages = {376},
10753 publisher = {Chapman and Hall/CRC},
10754 title = {{A Handbook of Statistical Analyses Using R, Second Edition}},
10755 year = {2010}
10756 }
10757 @article{Pence2006,
10758 author = {Pence, L. and Cano, A. and Thorn, B. and Ward, L. C.},
10759 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/Perceived spouse responses to pain The level of agreement in couple dyads and the role of catastrophizing, marital satisfaction, and depression - Pence et al.pdf:pdf},
10760 journal = {Journal of behavioral medicine},
10761 number = {6},
10762 pages = {511--522},
10763 title = {{Perceived spouse responses to pain: The level of agreement in couple dyads and the role of catastrophizing, marital satisfaction, and depression}},
10764 volume = {29},
10765 year = {2006}
10766 }
10767 @article{Tsiouris2001,
10768 author = {Tsiouris, J. A.},
10769 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2001/Diagnosis of depression in people with severeprofound intellectual disability - Tsiouris.pdf:pdf},
10770 journal = {Journal of Intellectual Disability Research},
10771 number = {2},
10772 pages = {115--120},
10773 title = {{Diagnosis of depression in people with severe/profound intellectual disability}},
10774 volume = {45},
10775 year = {2001}
10776 }
10777 @article{Erosheva2007,
10778 author = {Erosheva, E. A. and Fienberg, S. E. and Joutard, C.},
10779 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2007/Describing disability through individual-level mixture models for multivariate binary data - Erosheva, Fienberg, Joutard.pdf:pdf},
10780 journal = {The Annals of Applied Statistics},
10781 pages = {502--537},
10782 title = {{Describing disability through individual-level mixture models for multivariate binary data}},
10783 volume = {1},
10784 year = {2007}
10785 }
10786 @article{Stewart1989,
10787 author = {Stewart, A. L. and Greenfield, S. and Hays, R. D. and Wells, K. and Rogers, W. H. and Berry, S. D. and McGlynn, E. A. and Ware, J. E.},
10788 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1989/Functional status and well-being of patients with chronic conditions Results from the Medical Outcomes Study - Stewart et al.pdf:pdf},
10789 journal = {JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association},
10790 number = {7},
10791 pages = {907--913},
10792 title = {{Functional status and well-being of patients with chronic conditions: Results from the Medical Outcomes Study}},
10793 volume = {262},
10794 year = {1989}
10795 }
10796 @article{McKernan2000,
10797 author = {McKernan, R. M. and Rosahl, T. W. and Reynolds, D. S. and Sur, C. and Wafford, K. A. and Atack, J. R. and Farrar, S. and Myers, J. and Cook, G. and Ferris, P.},
10798 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2000/Sedative but not anxiolytic properties of benzodiazepines are mediated by the GABA A receptor alpha subtype - McKernan et al.pdf:pdf},
10799 journal = {Nature Neuroscience},
10800 pages = {587--592},
10801 title = {{Sedative but not anxiolytic properties of benzodiazepines are mediated by the GABA A receptor alpha subtype}},
10802 volume = {3},
10803 year = {2000}
10804 }
10805 @article{Martz2005,
10806 author = {Martz, E. and Livneh, H. and Priebe, M. and Wuermser, L. A. and Ottomanelli, L.},
10807 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2005/Predictors of Psychosocial Adaptation Among People With Spinal Cord Injury or Disorder - Martz et al.pdf:pdf},
10808 journal = {Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation},
10809 number = {6},
10810 pages = {1182--1192},
10811 title = {{Predictors of Psychosocial Adaptation Among People With Spinal Cord Injury or Disorder}},
10812 volume = {86},
10813 year = {2005}
10814 }
10815 @article{Kennedy1997,
10816 author = {Kennedy, P. and Frankel, H. and Gardner, B. and Nuseibeh, I.},
10817 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1997/Factors associated with acute and chronic pain following traumatic spinal cord injuries - Kennedy et al.pdf:pdf},
10818 journal = {Spinal Cord},
10819 number = {12},
10820 pages = {814--817},
10821 title = {{Factors associated with acute and chronic pain following traumatic spinal cord injuries}},
10822 volume = {35},
10823 year = {1997}
10824 }
10825 @article{Seidman1996,
10826 author = {Seidman, Alan},
10827 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1996/Retention Revisited R= E, Id E & In, Iv - Seidman.pdf:pdf},
10828 journal = {College and University},
10829 number = {4},
10830 pages = {18--20},
10831 title = {{Retention Revisited: R= E, Id+ E & In, Iv}},
10832 volume = {71},
10833 year = {1996}
10834 }
10835 @article{Bonilla2011,
10836 abstract = {Near-death experiences (NDE) are lucid events that take place when a person is so physically compromised that he would die if its condition does not improve. He is unconscious, without heartbeats and breath, and with a flat-line electroencephalogram. NDE may include some of the following elements: Out of the body experiences or separation of consciousness from the physical body, increase in sensory perception and intense emotions, travel into or through a tunnel, encounter with a brilliant light and mystical beings, deceased relatives or friends, a sense of alteration in time and space, visualization of unworldly realms and a special knowledge, encounter with a barrier or boundary, and a return to the body, either voluntary or involuntary. The fact that children NDE are similar to adult NDE is an evidence that these experiences are real and not due to pre-existing beliefs, cultural influences or previous experiences in the present life. The characteristics of NDE are similar worldwide. No evidence supports the physiological, psychological, neurochemical, and neuroanatomical hypothesis proposed to explain the NDE. Multifactorial models, based on the combination of all of them (brain anoxia or hypoxia, release of serotonin, endorphins and ketamine-like compounds) have also been proposed. Although physiological, psychological, and socio-cultural factors could interact in the NDE, the hypothesis proposed consist essentially in unsupported speculations about what might be happening during the NDE.},
10837 author = {Bonilla, Ernesto},
10838 issn = {0535-5133},
10839 journal = {Investigaci\'{o}n cl\'{\i}nica},
10840 keywords = {1990},
10841 month = mar,
10842 number = {1},
10843 pages = {69--99},
10844 pmid = {21614815},
10845 title = {{[Near-death experiences]}},
10846 url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21614815},
10847 volume = {52},
10848 year = {2011}
10849 }
10850 @book{Harrell,
10851 author = {Harrell, Frank E Jr},
10852 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2012/Regression modeling strategies - Harrell.pdf:pdf},
10853 keywords = {Linear Models},
10854 mendeley-tags = {Linear Models},
10855 title = {{Regression modeling strategies}},
10856 year = {2012}
10857 }
10858 @article{Bruce1999,
10859 author = {Bruce, M. L.},
10860 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/1999/The association between depression and disability - Bruce.pdf:pdf},
10861 journal = {American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry},
10862 pages = {8--11},
10863 title = {{The association between depression and disability}},
10864 volume = {7},
10865 year = {1999}
10866 }
10867 @book{WorldHealthOrganization1980,
10868 address = {Geneva, Switzerland},
10869 author = {{World Health Organization}},
10870 publisher = {WorldHealth Organization},
10871 title = {{International Classification of Impairments, Disabilities, and Handicaps}},
10872 year = {1980}
10873 }
10874 @article{Kim2006,
10875 author = {Kim, J. K. and {Michael Brick}, J. and Fuller, W. A. and Kalton, G.},
10876 file = {:C\:/Users/Joe/Misc/Mendeley Desktop/2006/On the bias of the multiple-imputation variance estimator in survey sampling - Kim et al.pdf:pdf},
10877 journal = {Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology)},
10878 number = {3},
10879 pages = {509--521},