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Volume 185, issue 3, 2022

A celebration of Harvey Goldstein’s lifetime contributions: Foreword pp. 747-748 Downloads
James R. Carpenter
A celebration of Harvey Goldstein’s lifetime contributions: Harvey Goldstein and his time at the Institute of Child Health pp. 748-752 Downloads
T. J. Cole
A celebration of Harvey Goldstein’s lifetime contributions: Memories of working with Harvey Goldstein on multilevel modelling methods and applications pp. 753-758 Downloads
William J. Browne
A celebration of Harvey Goldstein’s lifetime contributions: Memories of working with Harvey Goldstein on educational research and statistics pp. 758-762 Downloads
George Leckie
A celebration of Harvey Goldstein’s lifetime contributions: A journey in data linkage with Harvey Goldstein pp. 763-767 Downloads
Katie Harron
The future of online data collection in social surveys: Challenges, developments and applications pp. 768-772 Downloads
Olga Maslovskaya, Bella Struminskaya and Gabriele Durrant
From German Internet Panel to Mannheim Corona Study: Adaptable probability‐based online panel infrastructures during the pandemic pp. 773-797 Downloads
Carina Cornesse, Ulrich Krieger, Marie‐Lou Sohnius, Marina Fikel, Sabine Friedel, Tobias Rettig, Alexander Wenz, Sebastian Juhl, Roni Lehrer, Katja Möhring, Elias Naumann, Maximiliane Reifenscheid and Annelies G. Blom
Transitioning a panel survey from in‐person to predominantly web data collection: Results and lessons learned pp. 798-821 Downloads
Paul P. Biemer, Kathleen Mullan Harris, Brian J. Burke, Dan Liao and Carolyn Tucker Halpern
The impact of using the Web in a mixed‐mode follow‐up of a longitudinal birth cohort study: Evidence from the National Child Development Study pp. 822-850 Downloads
Alissa Goodman, Matt Brown, Richard J. Silverwood, Joseph W. Sakshaug, Lisa Calderwood, Joel Williams and George B. Ploubidis
Representativeness in six waves of CROss‐National Online Survey (CRONOS) panel pp. 851-871 Downloads
Olga Maslovskaya and Peter Lugtig
Innovating the collection of open‐ended answers: The linguistic and content characteristics of written and oral answers to political attitude questions pp. 872-890 Downloads
Konstantin Gavras, Jan Karem Höhne, Annelies G. Blom and Harald Schoen
Introducing Web in a mixed‐mode establishment survey: Effects on nonresponse pp. 891-915 Downloads
Patrick Gleiser, Joseph W. Sakshaug, Marieke Volkert, Peter Ellguth, Susanne Kohaut and Iris Möller
Using a responsive survey design to innovate self‐administered mixed‐mode surveys pp. 916-932 Downloads
Tobias Gummer, Pablo Christmann, Sascha Verhoeven and Christof Wolf
Switching from telephone to web‐first mixed‐mode data collection: Results from the Transition into Adulthood Supplement to the US Panel Study of Income Dynamics pp. 933-954 Downloads
Narayan Sastry and Katherine A. McGonagle
A new experiment on the use of images to answer web survey questions pp. 955-980 Downloads
Oriol J. Bosch, Melanie Revilla, Danish Daniel Qureshi and Jan Karem Höhne
Do previous survey experience and participating due to an incentive affect response quality? Evidence from the CRONOS panel pp. 981-1003 Downloads
Hannah Schwarz, Melanie Revilla and Bella Struminskaya
Density‐based clustering of social networks pp. 1004-1029 Downloads
Giovanna Menardi and Domenico De Stefano
Dynamic modelling of mortality via mixtures of skewed distribution functions pp. 1030-1048 Downloads
Emanuele Aliverti, Stefano Mazzuco and Bruno Scarpa
A multidimensional pairwise comparison model for heterogeneous perceptions with an application to modelling the perceived truthfulness of public statements on COVID‐19 pp. 1049-1073 Downloads
Qiushi Yu and Kevin M. Quinn
Transnational machine learning with screens for flagging bid‐rigging cartels pp. 1074-1114 Downloads
Martin Huber, David Imhof and Rieko Ishii
Estimating individual treatment effects using non‐parametric regression models: A review pp. 1115-1149 Downloads
Alberto Caron, Gianluca Baio and Ioanna Manolopoulou
Multivariate hierarchical analysis of car crashes data considering a spatial network lattice pp. 1150-1177 Downloads
Andrea Gilardi, Jorge Mateu, Riccardo Borgoni and Robin Lovelace
COVID‐19 severity: A new approach to quantifying global cases and deaths pp. 1178-1215 Downloads
Daniel Millimet and Christopher Parmeter
Regression discontinuity designs for time‐to‐event outcomes: An approach using accelerated failure time models pp. 1216-1246 Downloads
Mariam O. Adeleke, Gianluca Baio and Aidan G. O'Keeffe
A modelling strategy to estimate conditional probabilities of African origins: The collapse of the Oyo Empire and the transatlantic slave trade, 1817–1836 pp. 1247-1270 Downloads
Ashton Wiens, Henry B. Lovejoy, Zachary Mullen and Eric A. Vance
Accounting for spatial confounding in epidemiological studies with individual‐level exposures: An exposure‐penalized spline approach pp. 1271-1293 Downloads
Jennifer F. Bobb, Maricela F. Cruz, Stephen J. Mooney, Adam Drewnowski, David Arterburn and Andrea J. Cook
The Helsinki bike‐sharing system—Insights gained from a spatiotemporal functional model pp. 1294-1318 Downloads
Andreas Piter, Philipp Otto and Hamza Alkhatib
The effect of epidemic outbreak on healthcare usage: Lessons from the 2015 Middle East respiratory syndrome outbreak in South Korea pp. 1319-1343 Downloads
Jinhwan Park, Duk Bin Jun and Sungho Park
Life‐course perspective on personality traits and fertility with sequence analysis pp. 1344-1369 Downloads
Letizia Mencarini, Raffaella Piccarreta and Marco Le Moglie
Does stop and search reduce crime? Evidence from street‐level data and a surge in operations following a high‐profile crime pp. 1370-1397 Downloads
Nils Braakmann
An one‐factor copula mixed model for joint meta‐analysis of multiple diagnostic tests pp. 1398-1423 Downloads
Aristidis K. Nikoloulopoulos
Nonlinear modal regression for dependent data with application for predicting COVID‐19 pp. 1424-1453 Downloads
Aman Ullah, Tao Wang and Weixin Yao
G. Barrie Wetherill (1932–2022) pp. 1454-1455 Downloads
Shirley Coleman
Niels Keiding (1944–2022) pp. 1456-1457 Downloads
Per Kragh Andersen
Statistical issues in drug development pp. 1459-1459 Downloads
Amit K. Chowdhry
Statistical learning for big dependent data pp. 1460-1460 Downloads
María Dolores Ugarte
Practical statistics for nursing and health care pp. 1461-1461 Downloads
Md. Moyazzem Hossain
Speaking against number: Heidegger, language and the politics of calculation pp. 1462-1462 Downloads
Dawn Holmes
Statistical thinking from scratch: A primer for scientists pp. 1463-1463 Downloads
Peter Cahusac
Explanatory model analysis: Explore, explain, and examine predictive models pp. 1464-1464 Downloads
Simon French
Correction of Billé and Rogna (2021) pp. 1465-1468 Downloads
Anna Gloria Billé and Marco Rogna

Volume 185, issue 2, 2022

A decision support system for addressing food security in the United Kingdom pp. 447-470 Downloads
Martine J. Barons, Thais C. O. Fonseca, Andy Davis and Jim Q. Smith
Estimation of the combined effects of ageing and seasonality on mortality risk: An application to Spain pp. 471-497 Downloads
Jose M. Pavía and Josep Lledó
Quantifying domestic violence in times of crisis: An internet search activity‐based measure for the COVID‐19 pandemic pp. 498-518 Downloads
Dan Anderberg, Helmut Rainer and Fabian Siuda
Pairwise comparisons as a scale development tool for composite measures pp. 519-542 Downloads
Ginevra Floridi and Benjamin E. Lauderdale
Asymptotic theory of principal component analysis for time series data with cautionary comments pp. 543-565 Downloads
Xinyu Zhang and Howell Tong
Comparing the real‐world performance of exponential‐family random graph models and latent order logistic models for social network analysis pp. 566-587 Downloads
Duncan A. Clark and Mark S. Handcock
Closer than they appear: A Bayesian perspective on individual‐level heterogeneity in risk assessment pp. 588-614 Downloads
Kristian Lum, David B. Dunson and James Johndrow
A dynamic choice model to estimate the user cost of crowding with large‐scale transit data pp. 615-639 Downloads
Prateek Bansal, Daniel Hörcher and Daniel J. Graham
On the reliability of multiple systems estimation for the quantification of modern slavery pp. 640-676 Downloads
Olivier Binette and Rebecca C. Steorts
A unique bond: Twin bereavement and lifespan associations of identical and fraternal twins pp. 677-698 Downloads
Gerard J. van den Berg and Bettina Drepper
Power law in COVID‐19 cases in China pp. 699-719 Downloads
Behzod B. Ahundjanov, Sherzod Akhundjanov and Botir B. Okhunjanov
Philip M. North 1949–2021 pp. 720-721 Downloads
Byron J. T. Morgan
Derek Richard Robinson 1947–2021 pp. 722-723 Downloads
Charles M. Goldie
Analytic Methods in Sports – Using Mathematics and Statistics to Understand Data from Baseball, Football, Basketball, and Other pp. 724-724 Downloads
Stan Yip
Signal Detection for Medical Scientists: Likelihood Ratio Based Test‐Based Methodology pp. 725-726 Downloads
Anoop Chaturvedi
Beyond Multiple Linear Regression: Applied Generalized Linear Models and Multilevel Models in R pp. 726-727 Downloads
Emily Eyles
Applied univariate, bivariate, and multivariate statistics: Understanding statistics for social and natural scientists, with applications in SPSS and R pp. 727-728 Downloads
Md. Moyazzem Hossain
Book review of Applied Meta‐Analysis with R and Stata pp. 728-729 Downloads
Amit K. Chowdhry
Bayesian analysis of infectious diseases: COVID‐19 and beyond pp. 729-730 Downloads
Li‐Pang Chen
Statistical and econometric methods for transportation data analysis pp. 731-731 Downloads
Paul Hewson
Analyzing spatial models of choice and judgment pp. 732-733 Downloads
Anoop Chaturvedi
Introduction to data science: Data analysis and prediction algorithms with R pp. 733-734 Downloads
Li‐Pang Chen
Monitoring the health of populations by tracking disease outbreaks: Saving Humanity from the Next Plague pp. 734-735 Downloads
Catherine L. Saunders
Modern data science with R pp. 735-736 Downloads
Shalabh
Univariate, bivariate and multivariate statistics using R: Quantitative tools for data analysis and data science pp. 736-737 Downloads
Shalabh
Meta‐analysis methods for health and experimental studies pp. 737-738 Downloads
A.K. Md. Ehsanes Saleh
The uncounted pp. 739-739 Downloads
Thomas King
Review of ‘A Computational Approach to Statistical Learning’ pp. 740-741 Downloads
Mark P. Little
Cure models: Methods, applications and implementation pp. 741-742 Downloads
Ash Bullement
Theory of ridge regression estimation with applications pp. 742-743 Downloads
Shalabh
Statistical regression modeling with R pp. 743-744 Downloads
Md. Moyazzem Hossain

Volume 185, issue 1, 2022

The effect of weather conditions on fertilizer applications: A spatial dynamic panel data analysis pp. 3-36 Downloads
Anna Gloria Billé and Marco Rogna
Pre‐apprenticeship training for young people: Estimating the marginal and average treatment effects pp. 37-60 Downloads
Richard Dorsett and Lucy Stokes
Analysing cause‐specific mortality trends using compositional functional data analysis pp. 61-83 Downloads
Marco Stefanucci and Stefano Mazzuco
An ensemble method for early prediction of dengue outbreak pp. 84-101 Downloads
Soudeep Deb and Sougata Deb
Improved retention analysis in freemium role‐playing games by jointly modelling players’ motivation, progression and churn pp. 102-133 Downloads
Bikram Karmakar, Peng Liu, Gourab Mukherjee, Hai Che and Shantanu Dutta
Estimating stochastic survey response errors using the multitrait‐multierror model pp. 134-155 Downloads
Alexandru Cernat and Daniel L. Oberski
Multiple system estimation using covariates having missing values and measurement error: Estimating the size of the Māori population in New Zealand pp. 156-177 Downloads
Peter G. M. van der Heijden, Maarten Cruyff, Paul A. Smith, Christine Bycroft, Patrick Graham and Nathaniel Matheson‐Dunning
Econometric modelling of carbon dioxide emissions and concentrations, ambient temperatures and ocean deoxygenation pp. 178-201 Downloads
Alok Bhargava
A downscaling approach to compare COVID‐19 count data from databases aggregated at different spatial scales pp. 202-218 Downloads
Andre Python, Andreas Bender, Marta Blangiardo, Janine B. Illian, Ying Lin, Baoli Liu, Tim C.D. Lucas, Siwei Tan, Yingying Wen, Davit Svanidze and Jianwei Yin
A new approach to the gender pay gap decomposition by economic activity pp. 219-245 Downloads
María José Lombardía, Esther López‐Vizcaíno and Cristina Rueda
A hidden Markov space–time model for mapping the dynamics of global access to food pp. 246-266 Downloads
Francesco Bartolucci and Alessio Farcomeni
Testing for calibration discrepancy of reported likelihood ratios in forensic science pp. 267-301 Downloads
Jan Hannig and Hari Iyer
Assessing hail risk for property insurers with a dependent marked point process pp. 302-328 Downloads
Peng Shi, Glenn M. Fung and Daniel Dickinson
Trustworthiness of statistical inference pp. 329-347 Downloads
David J. Hand
Using maximum simulated likelihood methods to overcome left censoring: Dynamic event history models of heart attack risk in New Zealand pp. 348-376 Downloads
Sanghyeok Lee and Tue Gørgens
Telescope matching for reducing model dependence in the estimation of the effects of time‐varying treatments: An application to negative advertising pp. 377-399 Downloads
Matthew Blackwell and Anton Strezhnev
On the interplay of regional mobility, social connectedness and the spread of COVID‐19 in Germany pp. 400-424 Downloads
Cornelius Fritz and Göran Kauermann
Medical Risk Prediction Models: With Ties to Machine Learning pp. 425-425 Downloads
Stanley E. Lazic
Statistical Rethinking: A Bayesian Course with Examples in R and Stan pp. 426-427 Downloads
Nathan Green
Review of statistics and the evaluation of evidence for forensic scientists pp. 428-429 Downloads
David Banks
Evidence‐based statistics: An introduction to the evidential approach—from likelihood principle to statistical practice pp. 430-430 Downloads
Zoltan Dienes
Measuring abundance pp. 431-431 Downloads
Kuldeep Kumar
Statistical Analysis of Financial Data: with Examples In R pp. 432-433 Downloads
Massimiliano Caporin
Peter Whittle, 1927–2021 pp. 434-437 Downloads
Frank Kelly
Richard Parry‐Jones 1951‐2021 pp. 438-440 Downloads
Tim Davis
John Michael (Mike) Haslam 1947–2021 pp. 441-442 Downloads
Peter Capell
Corrigendum: Generalizing evidence from randomized trials using inverse probability of sampling weights pp. 443-444 Downloads
Ashley L. Buchanan and Michael G. Hudgens
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