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432 Wed, 8/6/2014, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-157A
Bayesian Regression: Paradoxes and Priors — Invited Papers
Section on Bayesian Statistical Science , International Society for Bayesian Analysis (ISBA) , International Indian Statistical Association
Organizer(s): Steven N. MacEachern, Ohio State University
Chair(s): Steven N. MacEachern, Ohio State University   
8:35 AM Implications of Uniformly Most Powerful Bayesian Tests for the Reproducibility of Scientific Research Valen Johnson, Texas A&M ; Scott D. Goddard, Texas A&M
9:00 AM The Ubiquity of Information Inconsistency in Testing and Model Selection James O. Berger, Duke University ; M. J. Bayarri, University of Valencia ; Joris Mulder, Tilburg University
9:25 AM From a Conditional Lindley's Paradox to Poly-Hyper-G Priors Christopher Hans, Ohio State University ; Agniva Som, Ohio State University ; Steven N. MacEachern, Ohio State University
9:50 AM Hierarchical Sparsity Priors for Regression Models Jim Griffin, University of Kent ; Phil Brown, University of Kent
10:15 AM Floor Discussion

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