Monday, 7 February 2011

British Journal of Mathematical & Statistical Psychology 2011 Issue 1 online




British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology
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Keep up to date with British Journal of Health Psychology Testing overall and moderator effects in random
effects meta-regression


Hilde M. Huizenga, Ingmar Visser and Conor V. Dolan



Correcting an analysis of variance for clustering

Larry V. Hedges and Christopher H. Rhoads



Evaluation of convergent and discriminant validity
with multitrait–multimethod correlations


Tenko Raykov



Decision making on ambiguous stimuli such as prosody
by subjects suffering from paranoid schizophrenia, alcohol dependence,
and without psychiatric diagnosis


Karol Fabia´nczyk



Bayesian estimation of semiparametric nonlinear
dynamic factor analysis models using the Dirichlet process prior


Sy-Miin Chow, Niansheng Tang, Ying Yuan, Xinyuan Song
and Hongtu Zhu




Ridge structural equation modelling with correlation
matrices for ordinal and continuous data


Ke-Hai Yuan, Ruilin Wu and Peter M. Bentler



The linear mixed model and the hierarchical
Ornstein–Uhlenbeck model: Some equivalences and differences


Zita Oravecz and Francis Tuerlinckx



Expert tutorial

Binary recursive partitioning: Background, methods,
and application to psychology


Edgar C. Merkle and Victoria A. Shaffer



Statistical software review

R you ready for R?: The CRAN Psychometrics Task View

Ali Ünlü and Takuya Yanagida
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