JSM 2011 Online Program

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662 * ! Thu, 8/4/2011, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-B218
Applications of Nonparametric Methods — Contributed Papers
Section on Nonparametric Statistics
Chair(s): Kaushik Ghosh, University of Nevada at Las Vegas
10:35 AM Growth Models for Chimpanzees of Gombe National Park Ben Sherwood, University of Minnesota ; Anne Pusey, Duke University ; Kieran McNulty, University of Minnesota ; Sandy Weisberg, University of Minnesota ; Claire Kirchhoff, University of North Texas
10:50 AM A New Approach for Nonparametric Inferences Based on Longitudinal Data Subject to Limit of Detection Applied to Evaluations of Mice Data Seongeun Kim, The State University of New York at Buffalo ; Albert Vexler, New York State University at Buffalo
11:05 AM A Case Study of Longitudinal Association Between Disability and Neuronal Tract Measurements Jeff Goldsmith, The Johns Hopkins University ; Ciprian Crainiceanu, The Johns Hopkins University ; Brian Caffo, The Johns Hopkins University ; Daniel Reich, National Institutes of Health
11:20 AM Two-Sample Empirical Likelihood Ratio Tests for Paired Data Applied to a Treatment Study of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Severe Mood Dysregulation Wan-Min Tsai, University at Buffalo ; Albert Vexler, New York State University at Buffalo ; Gregory Gurevich, Shamoon College of Engineering
12:05 PM Floor Discussion

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