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2011, volume 65, issue 3
 Statistical Sleuthing by Leveraging Human Nature: A Study of Olympic Figure Skating pp. 143148
 John W. Emerson and Taylor B. Arnold
 Using Randomized Confidence Limits to Balance Risk: An Application to Medicare Investigations pp. 149153
 Dennis Gilliland and Don Edwards
 The Identification of â€œUnusualâ€ HealthCare Providers From a Hierarchical Model pp. 154163
 Hayley E. Jones and David J. Spiegelhalter
 A Note on Comparing the Power of Test Statistics at Low Significance Levels pp. 164166
 Nathan Morris and Robert Elston
 Fisherâ€™s Conditionality Principle in Statistical Pattern Recognition pp. 167169
 Carey E. Priebe
 Swivelling Probabilitiesâ€”The Winning Hand at Poker pp. 170176
 G. D. I. Barr and K. Dowie
 AP Statistics: Building Bridges Between High School and College Statistics Education pp. 177182
 Christine Franklin, Brad Hartlaub, Roxy Peck, Richard Scheaffer, David Thiel and Katherine Tranbarger Freier
 A Capstone Course for Undergraduate Statistics Majors pp. 183189
 Nicole A. Lazar, Jaxk Reeves and Christine Franklin
 Missteps in Multiple Regression Student Projects: Beyond AssociationNotCausation pp. 190197
 Marlene A. Smith
 The Expectation of Sample Central Moments pp. 198199
 Yong Kong
 Section Editorâ€™s Notes pp. 200200
 Robert A. Oster
2011, volume 65, issue 2
 Are Biostatistics Students Prepared to Succeed in the Era of Interdisciplinary Science? (And How Will We Know?) pp. 7179
 Melissa D. Begg and Roger D. Vaughan
 Statistics in the News pp. 8088
 Plante, JeanFranÃ§ois and Nancy Reid
 SkewnessInvariant Measures of Kurtosis pp. 8995
 M. C. Jones, J. F. Rosco and Arthur Pewsey
 Distributional Characteristics: Just a Few More Moments pp. 96103
 James McDonald and Patrick Turley
 A Practical Way for Computing Approximate Lower and Upper Correlation Bounds pp. 104109
 Hakan Demirtas and Donald Hedeker
 A Geometrical Interpretation of an Alternative Formula for the Sample Covariance pp. 110112
 Kevin Hayes
 Section Editorâ€™s Notes pp. 113114
 Robert A. Oster
 Using Infer.NET for Statistical Analyses pp. 115126
 S. S. J. Wang and M. P. Wand
 Group Sequential Methods and Software Applications pp. 127135
 Li Zhu, Liyun Ni and Bin Yao
2011, volume 65, issue 1
 Rethinking Assessment of Student Learning in Statistics Courses pp. 110
 Joan Garfield, Andrew Zieffler, Daniel Kaplan, George W. Cobb, Beth L. Chance and John P. Holcomb
 Structured Testing of 2Ã—2 Factorial Effects: An Analytic Plan Requiring Fewer Observations pp. 1115
 Dylan S. Small, Kevin G. Volpp and Paul R. Rosenbaum
 Efficient ClassificationBased Relabeling in Mixture Models pp. 1620
 Andrew J. Cron and Mike West
 Optimal Nonbipartite Matching and Its Statistical Applications pp. 2130
 Bo Lu, Robert Greevy, Xinyi Xu and Cole Beck
 Permutation and F Distribution of Tests in the Multivariate General Linear Model pp. 3136
 Chan Zeng, Zhaoxing Pan, Samantha MaWhinney, BarÃ³n, Anna E. and Gary O. Zerbe
 Eulerâ€™s Contributions to Mathematics Useful in Statistics pp. 3742
 Herbert A. David
 Section Editorâ€™s Notes pp. 4343
 Robert A. Oster
 Concerns About Maximum Likelihood Estimation for the ThreeParameter Weibull Distribution: Case Study of Statistical Software pp. 4454
 William V. Harper, Ted G. Eschenbach and Thomas R. James
 Previously Unrecognized Links Between Statistical Dependence and Some Common Modes of Convergence pp. 5560
 Yeting Du, Christopher Hundt and David B. Wolfson
2010, volume 64, issue 4
 The Changing History of Robustness pp. 277281
 Stephen M. Stigler
 NanoProject Qualifying Exam Process: An Intensified Dialogue Between Students and Faculty pp. 282290
 Joseph Blitzstein and XiaoLi Meng
 Construction of Confidence Intervals and Regions for Ordered Binomial Probabilities pp. 291298
 Zhiguo Li, Jeremy M. G. Taylor and Bin Nan
 Using the CrossMatch Test to Appraise Covariate Balance in Matched Pairs pp. 299309
 Ruth Heller, Paul R. Rosenbaum and Dylan S. Small
 Identifying Key Statistical Papers From 1985 to 2002 Using Citation Data for Applied Biostatisticians pp. 310317
 Michael J. Schell
 A Note on the Indeterminacy of the RandomEffects Distribution in Hierarchical Models pp. 318324
 Ariel Alonso, LitiÃ¨re, Saskia and Annouschka Laenen
 Adding SpatiallyCorrelated Errors Can Mess Up the Fixed Effect You Love pp. 325334
 James S. Hodges and Brian J. Reich
 A General Example for Benford Data pp. 335339
 Henry W. Block and Thomas H. Savits
 Simpsonâ€™s Paradox From Adding Constants in Contingency Tables as an Example of Bayesian Noncollapsibility pp. 340344
 Sander Greenland
 A DecisionTheoretic Formulation of Fisherâ€™s Approach to Testing pp. 345349
 Kenneth Rice
 Variance Stabilizing the Difference of Two Binomial Proportions pp. 350356
 Elena Kulinskaya, Stephan Morgenthaler and Robert G. Staudte
2010, volume 64, issue 3
 Strategies for Pulling the Goalie in Hockey pp. 197204
 David Beaudoin and Tim B. Swartz
 Two Pitfalls in Survival Analyses of TimeDependent Exposure: A Case Study in a Cohort of Oscar Nominees pp. 205211
 Martin Wolkewitz, Arthur Allignol, Martin Schumacher and Jan Beyersmann
 Ronald Fisher and Gertrude Cox: Two Statistical Pioneers Sometimes Cooperate and Sometimes Collide pp. 212220
 Nancy S. Hall
 When Can One Test an Explanation? Compare and Contras Benfordâ€™s Law and the Fuzzy CLT pp. 221227
 David Aldous and Tung Phan
 A Moment Generating Function Proof of the Lindebergâ€“LÃ©vy Central Limit Theorem pp. 228230
 Mark Inlow
 When Finiteness Matters: Counterexamples to Notions of Covariance,Â Correlation, and Independence pp. 231233
 Nitis Mukhopadhyay
 A Geometric Comparison of the Delta and Fieller Confidence Intervals pp. 234241
 Joseph Hirschberg and Jeanette Lye
 FixedWidth Sequential Confidence Intervals for a Proportion pp. 242249
 Jesse Frey
 Closed Form Prediction Intervals Applied for Disease Counts pp. 250256
 Hsiuying Wang
 On the Probability of Improved Accuracy With Increased Sample Size pp. 257262
 Russell Y. Webb, Peter J. Smith and Abdulla Firag
 Consistency of NormalDistributionBased Pseudo Maximum Likelihood Estimates When Data Are Missing at Random pp. 263267
 KeHai Yuan and Peter M. Bentler
2010, volume 64, issue 2
 Computing in the Statistics Curricula pp. 97107
 Deborah Nolan and Duncan Temple Lang
 Calculating Strength of Schedule, and Choosing Teams for March Madness pp. 108115
 Paul Fearnhead and Benjamin M. Taylor
 Estimation in Reversible Markov Chains pp. 116120
 David H. Annis, Peter C. Kiessler, Robert Lund and Tara L. Steuber
 RankBased Analyses of Stratified Experiments: Alternatives to the van Elteren Test pp. 121130
 Devan V. Mehrotra, Xiaomin Lu and Xiaoming Li
 Three Examples of Accurate Likelihood Inference pp. 131139
 C. LozadaCan and A. C. Davison
 Explaining Variational Approximations pp. 140153
 J. T. Ormerod and M. P. Wand
 Improper Priors Are Not Improper pp. 154158
 Gunnar Taraldsen and Bo Henry Lindqvist
 A Note on Bayesian Inference After Multiple Imputation pp. 159163
 Xiang Zhou and Jerome P. Reiter
 Bayesian Decision Making About Small Binomial Rates With Uncertainty About the Prior pp. 164169
 Nicholas T. Longford
 Is the t Confidence Interval XÌ… Â± tÎ±â€‰(n âˆ’ 1)sâ€‰/â€‰âˆšn Optimal? pp. 170173
 Yijun Zuo
 The First (Known) Statistical Graph: Michael Florent van Langren and the â€œSecretâ€ of Longitude pp. 174184
 Michael Friendly, Pedro ValeroMora and IbÃ¡Ã±ez Ulargui, JoaquÃn
 Letter to the Editor pp. 192192
 Michael P. Cohen
 Letter to the Editor pp. 193194
 Martin Hogbin and W. Nijdam
2010, volume 64, issue 1
 PassionDriven Statistics pp. 15
 Robert G. Easterling
 Desired and Fearedâ€”Quo vadis or Quid agis? pp. 69
 David R. Fox
 Moving the Statistics Profession Forward to the Next Level pp. 1014
 Roger W. Hoerl and Ronald D. Snee
 Thoughts on the Importance of the Undergraduate Statistics Experience to the Disciplineâ€™s (and Societyâ€™s) Future pp. 1518
 Brian C. Kotz
 Who Is Teaching Introductory Statistics? pp. 1920
 Frank P. Soler
 The Business of Desire and Fear pp. 2122
 Rick Cleary and Sam Woolford
 Response to â€˜Desired and Fearedâ€”What Do We Do Now and Over the Next 50 Yearsâ€™ by XiaoLi Meng pp. 2325
 Elart von Collani
 Rejoinder: Better Training, Deeper Thinking, and More Policing pp. 2629
 XiaoLi Meng
 The tTest p Value and Its Relationship to the Effect Size and P(X>Y) pp. 3033
 Richard H. Browne
 Comparing Continuous and Discrete Birthday Coincidences: â€œSameDayâ€ versus â€œWithin 24 Hoursâ€ pp. 3436
 Wolf Schwarz
 On Estimating the Face Probabilities of Shaved Dice With Partial Data pp. 3745
 Marios G. Pavlides and Michael D. Perlman
 Elementary Statistical Methods and Measurement Error pp. 4651
 Stephen B. Vardeman, Joanne R. Wendelberger, Tom Burr, Michael S. Hamada, Leslie M. Moore, J. Marcus Jobe, Max D. Morris and Huaiqing Wu
 Resequencing Topics in an Introductory Applied Statistics Course pp. 5258
 Christopher J. Malone, John Gabrosek, Phyllis Curtiss and Matt Race
 A Model for an Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Research Program pp. 5969
 Julie Legler, Paul Roback, Kathryn ZieglerGraham, James Scott, Sharon LaneGetaz and Matthew Richey
 Could It Be Better to Discard 90% of the Data? A Statistical Paradox pp. 7077
 T. Stanley, Stephen B. Jarrell and Chris Doucouliagos
 Beyond the Quintessential Quincunx pp. 7882
 Michael A. Proschan and Jeffrey S. Rosenthal
 Comparison of Software Algorithms for Calculating REML Wald Type Confidence Limits for the BetweenGroup Variance Component in a Small Sample OneWay Random Effects Model Example pp. 8387
 Henry S. Lynn, Zhanjian Dong and Zhe Mu

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2008, volume 62
2007, volume 61
2006, volume 60
2005, volume 59
2004, volume 58
2003, volume 57
2002, volume 56
2001, volume 55

On this page 2011, volume 65

Issue 3
Issue 2 Issue 1
 2010, volume 64

Issue 4
Issue 3 Issue 2 Issue 1
Other years 2009, volume 63
2008, volume 62
2007, volume 61
2006, volume 60
2005, volume 59
2004, volume 58
2003, volume 57
2002, volume 56
2001, volume 55

