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33 * Sun, 8/3/2014, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-208
Bayesian Modeling in the Social Sciences — Contributed Papers
Section on Bayesian Statistical Science , Section on Statistics in Marketing , International Society for Bayesian Analysis (ISBA)
Chair(s): Garritt Page, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile   
2:05 PM Predicting Civil Unrest: Venturing Through Latin America Andrew Hoegh, Virginia Tech ; Scotland Leman, Virginia Tech
2:20 PM WITHDRAWN: Uncovering the Location of Twitter Users — Renato Assuncao, UFMG
2:35 PM Bayesian Methods for Affiliation Network Analysis Yanan Jia ; Kate Calder, Ohio State University
2:50 PM Formation and Coevolution in Unsolicited Network Data Tyler H. McCormick, University of Washington ; Richard Li, University of Washington ; Joshua Blumenstock, University of Washington
3:05 PM Dynamic Grooming Networks in Baboon Troops Bailey Fosdick, SAMSI ; Yingbo Li, Clemson University ; David Banks, Duke University ; Susan Alberts, Duke University
3:20 PM Predicting Future Lifespan: The Lindy Effect, Gott's Predictions and Caves' Corrections, and Confidence Intervals Colman Humphrey, Wharton School
3:35 PM Floor Discussion

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