Garry Robins
Garry Robins
Professor, Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, University of Melbourne
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An introduction to exponential random graph (p*) models for social networks
G Robins, P Pattison, Y Kalish, D Lusher
Social networks 29 (2), 173-191, 2007
19592007
New specifications for exponential random graph models
TAB Snijders, PE Pattison, GL Robins, MS Handcock
Sociological methodology 36 (1), 99-153, 2006
14182006
Exponential random graph models for social networks: Theory, methods, and applications
D Lusher, J Koskinen, G Robins
Cambridge University Press, 2013
9292013
Recent developments in exponential random graph (p*) models for social networks
G Robins, T Snijders, P Wang, M Handcock, P Pattison
Social networks 29 (2), 192-215, 2007
8792007
Comparing the validity of multiple social effectiveness constructs in the prediction of managerial job performance
A Semadar, G Robins, GR Ferris
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2006
4692006
Psychological predispositions and network structure: The relationship between individual predispositions, structural holes and network closure
Y Kalish, G Robins
Social networks 28 (1), 56-84, 2006
4502006
Assessing degeneracy in statistical models of social networks
MS Handcock, G Robins, T Snijders, J Moody, J Besag
Working paper, 2003
4142003
Small worlds among interlocking directors: Network structure and distance in bipartite graphs
G Robins, M Alexander
Computational & Mathematical Organization Theory 10 (1), 69-94, 2004
3732004
Doing social network research: Network-based research design for social scientists
G Robins
Sage, 2015
3602015
9. neighborhood-based models for social networks
P Pattison, G Robins
Sociological Methodology 32 (1), 301-337, 2002
3552002
Exponential random graph models for multilevel networks
P Wang, G Robins, P Pattison, E Lazega
Social Networks 35 (1), 96-115, 2013
2872013
Logit models and logistic regressions for social networks: III. Valued relations
G Robins, P Pattison, S Wasserman
Psychometrika 64 (3), 371-394, 1999
2731999
Closure, connectivity and degree distributions: Exponential random graph (p*) models for directed social networks
G Robins, P Pattison, P Wang
Social Networks 31 (2), 105-117, 2009
2702009
Network models for social selection processes
G Robins, P Elliott, P Pattison
Social networks 23 (1), 1-30, 2001
2692001
Obesity-related behaviors in adolescent friendship networks
K De la Haye, G Robins, P Mohr, C Wilson
Social Networks 32 (3), 161-167, 2010
2612010
What is network science?
U Brandes, G Robins, A McCranie, S Wasserman
Network science 1 (1), 1-15, 2013
2482013
An introduction to random graphs, dependence graphs, and p*
S Wasserman, G Robins
Models and methods in social network analysis 27, 148-161, 2005
2462005
Small and other worlds: Global network structures from local processes
G Robins, P Pattison, J Woolcock
American Journal of Sociology 110 (4), 894-936, 2005
2362005
Network models for social influence processes
G Robins, P Pattison, P Elliott
Psychometrika 66 (2), 161-189, 2001
2302001
Exponential random graph (p∗) models for affiliation networks
P Wang, K Sharpe, GL Robins, PE Pattison
Social Networks 31 (1), 12-25, 2009
2292009
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