JSM 2011 Online Program

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Activity Details

658 Thu, 8/4/2011, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-B114
Bayesian Methodology and Applications in Social Sciences 1 — Contributed Papers
Section on Bayesian Statistical Science
Chair(s): Xinming An , University of California at Los Angeles
10:35 AM Multiple Imputation for Incomplete Background Variables in Large-Scale Assessment Surveys Yajuan Si, Duke University ; Jerome P. Reiter, Duke University
10:50 AM Modeling Parent Decisionmaking: Employment and Child Care Caroline Carlin, University of Minnesota ; Elizabeth Davis, University of Minnesota
11:05 AM Estimating Demographic Parameters and Their Uncertainty from Fragmentary Data, with Applications Mark Christopher Wheldon, University of Washington ; Adrian Raftery, University of Washington ; Samuel J. Clark, University of Washington ; Patrick Gerland, United Nations
11:20 AM Estimating and Forecasting the Impact of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic on Kinship Resources for Orphans Emilio Zagheni, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research
11:35 AM Modeling Measurement Error When Using Cognitive Test Scores in Social Science Research: The Properties and Assumptions of the Mixed Effects Structural Equations Model Lynne Steuerle Schofield, Swarthmore College ; Brian Junker, Carnegie Mellon University ; Lowell Taylor, Carnegie Mellon University
11:50 AM A Poisson/Gamma Markov Random Field Model to Introduce Spatial Dependence to Crash Frequency Modeling Kristian Schmidt, Iowa State University ; Alicia Carriquiry, Iowa State University

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