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Jennifer Hill
Jennifer Hill
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Data analysis using regression and multilevel/hierarchical models
A Gelman, J Hill
Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, USA, 2007
161702007
Why we (usually) don't have to worry about multiple comparisons
A Gelman, J Hill, M Yajima
Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness 5 (2), 189-211, 2012
12442012
Bayesian nonparametric modeling for causal inference
JL Hill
Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 20 (1), 217-240, 2011
10342011
arm: Data analysis using regression and multilevel/hierarchical models (R package, version 9.01)
A Gelman, YS Su, M Yajima, J Hill, MG Pittau, J Kerman, T Zheng, V Dorie
709*2009
Maternity leave, early maternal employment and child health and development in the US*
LM Berger, J Hill, J Waldfogel
The Economic Journal 115 (501), F29-F47, 2005
6562005
Multiple imputation with diagnostics (mi) in R: Opening windows into the black box
YS Su, A Gelman, J Hill, M Yajima
Journal of Statistical Software 45, 1-31, 2011
5742011
Applied regression and multilevel models
AJ Gelman, J Hill
Press, 2006
490*2006
Relationship between drug abuse and intimate partner violence: a longitudinal study among women receiving methadone
N El-Bassel, L Gilbert, E Wu, H Go, J Hill
American Journal of Public Health 95 (3), 465-470, 2005
3432005
Principal stratification approach to broken randomized experiments: A case study of school choice vouchers in New York City
J Barnard, CE Frangakis, JL Hill, DB Rubin
Journal of the American Statistical Association 98 (462), 299-323, 2003
3282003
Maternal employment and child development: A fresh look using newer methods
JL Hill, J Waldfogel, J Brooks-Gunn, W Han
Developmental Psychology 41 (6), 833, 2005
3162005
The efficacy of a relationship-based HIV/STD prevention program for heterosexual couples
N El-Bassel, SS Witte, L Gilbert, E Wu, M Chang, J Hill, P Steinglass
American Journal of Public Health 93 (6), 963-969, 2003
2952003
Sustained effects of high participation in an early intervention for low-birth-weight premature infants.
JL Hill, J Brooks-Gunn, J Waldfogel
Developmental psychology 39 (4), 730, 2003
2922003
Regression and Other Stories
A Gelman, J Hill, A Vehtari
Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, 2020
2672020
Costs of Healthcare-and Community-Associated Infections With Antimicrobial-Resistant Versus Antimicrobial-Susceptible Organisms
MJ Neidell, B Cohen, Y Furuya, J Hill, CY Jeon, S Glied, EL Larson
Clinical Infectious Diseases 55 (6), 807-815, 2012
2582012
Automated versus do-it-yourself methods for causal inference: Lessons learned from a data analysis competition
V Dorie, J Hill, U Shalit, M Scott, D Cervone
Statistical Science 34 (1), 43:68, 94-99, 2019
2272019
Problems in the evaluation of community-wide initiatives
RG Hollister, J Hill
New approaches to evaluating community initiatives: Concepts, methods, and …, 1995
1921995
HIV and intimate partner violence among methadone-maintained women in New York City
N El-Bassel, L Gilbert, E Wu, H Go, J Hill
Social Science & Medicine 61 (1), 171-183, 2005
1912005
Interval estimation for treatment effects using propensity score matching
J Hill, JP Reiter
Statistics in medicine 25 (13), 2230-2256, 2006
1712006
Discussion of research using propensity‐score matching: Comments on ‘A critical appraisal of propensity‐score matching in the medical literature between 1996 and 2003’by Peter …
J Hill
Statistics in medicine 27 (12), 2055-2061, 2008
1672008
Assessing methods for generalizing experimental impact estimates to target populations
HL Kern, EA Stuart, J Hill, DP Green
Journal of research on educational effectiveness 9 (1), 103-127, 2016
1432016
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