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578 Wed, 8/1/2012, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-Room 29C
Bayesian Modeling in Social Sciences — Contributed Papers
Section on Bayesian Statistical Science , Section on Survey Research Methods , Social Statistics Section
Chair(s): Deukwoo Kwon, University of Miami
2:05 PM Multiple Imputation for Nonignorable Attrition in Panel Studies with Refreshment Samples Yajuan Si, Duke University ; Jerome P Reiter, Duke University
2:20 PM A Bayesian Degree-Corrected Stochastic Block Model for Community Detection Luis Carvalho, Boston University ; Lijun Peng, Boston University
2:35 PM How Far off Is Implicit Modeling in Multiple Imputation? Florian Meinfelder, Universitaet Bamberg
2:50 PM Bayesian Transition Models for Multivariate Event Histories Adam King, University of California at Los Angeles ; Robert E Weiss, University of California at Los Angeles Fielding School of Public Health
3:05 PM A Bayesian Analysis of the Spatial Distribution of Alcohol Outlets and Assaultive Violence Loni Philip Tabb, Drexel University School of Public Health ; Anthony H Grubesic, Drexel University ; Dominique A. Williams, West Chester University
3:20 PM Model Selection Strategies Applied to Customer Research Data Jorge Alejandro, Market Probe
3:35 PM Hierarchical, Continuous-Time Models for Network-Based Event Data Christopher L DuBois, University of California at Irvine ; Padhraic Smyth, University of California at Irvine ; Carter T. Butts, University of California at Irvine

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