A Handbook for Data Analysis in the Behavioral Sciences: Statistical Issues

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Author Index
A
Abelson, R. P., 385, 386, 388
Agresti, A., 301, 304, 311, 315, 345, 345
Akaike, H., 524, 527
Altham, P. M. E., 292, 292
American National Standards Institute, 446, 451
Anderson, E., 433, 451
Anderson, R. L., 303, 318
Anderson, T. W., 170, 196, 511, 527
Andrews, D. F., 400, 435, 451
Angoff, C., 435, 451
Aoki, M., 524, 527
Appelbaum, M. I., 64, 70, 75, 94, 95, 108, 113, 114, 121, 125, 126
Arnold, S., 4, 41
B
Bachi, R., 398, 399, 418, 419, 435, 451
Bakan, D., 202, 231
Baker, F. B., 302, 315
Baker, R. J., 301, 315
Banaji, M. R., 486, 490
Barabba, V., 445, 452
Barcikowski, R. S., 64, 68, 75, 93
Barlow, D., 496, 527
Barnard, G., 443, 452
Barnard, G. A., 327, 345
Barnett, V., 221, 231, 435, 452
Battistich, V., 296n, 319
Bayes, T., 202, 231
Becker, R. A., 444, 452
Becketti, S., 419, 420, 452
Belanger, A., 301, 303, 316, 327, 346
Bell, D. E., 229, 231
Berger, J. O., 210, 218, 221, 225, 231
Berhardson, C. S., 44, 69
Berkson, J., 301, 306, 315
Bernardo, J. M., 230, 231
Bertin, J., 392, 413, 414, 415, 424, 432, 446, 452
Besag, J., 355, 389
Bevan, W., 434, 454
Bickel, P. J., 417, 452
Bidennan, A. D., 394, 443, 447, 448, 452, 456
Birch, M. W., 270, 277, 292
Bishop, Y. M. M., 262, 264, 272, 275, 280, 283, 284, 289, 291, 292, 307, 311, 312, 315, 435, 452
Blair, R. C., 113, 125
Boardman, T. J., 314, 315
Bock, R. D., 246, 249, 250, 256, 392, 452
Boes, D. C., 356, 358, 390

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