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Stern, E., Welsh, R., Gonzalez, R., Fitzgerald, K., Abelson, J., & Taylor, S. (2013). Subjective uncertainty and limbic hyperactivation in obsessive-compulsive disorder. Human Brain Mapping. 34, 1956-1970. DOI: 10.1002/hbm.22038 …

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Learning how to use R

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I’ll be teaching a course on R through Statistical Horizons in Philadelphia Oct 2-3, 2015. For more information click here

Analyzing multivariate dyadic data for exchangeable dyads

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This was our first paper on dyadic analysis. In retrospect, one of our main contributions was more pedagogical in that we showed how to get solid intuition about dyadic data …

Teaching concept generation to engineers

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We show how our heuristic techniques help engineering designers explore the concept space to achieve more novel solutions and explore the problem/solution space more effectively.
Daly, S., Yilmaz, S., Christian, J., …

Data analysis for distinguishable dyads

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In this paper we present methods for the analysis of dyadic data when the two members are distinguishable (e.g., gender distinguishes the members in a heterosexual couple). We develop the …

Measuring the degree of ordinal association between two variables

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In this paper Tom Nelson and I review several alternative measures of association. Most researchers make ordinal statements such as “when one variable goes up, the other goes down.” But …