Paul T. von Hippel
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Regression with missing Ys: An improved strategy for analyzing multiply imputed data
PT von Hippel
Sociological Methodology 37 (1), 83-117, 2007
Are schools the great equalizer? Cognitive inequality during the summer months and the school year
DB Downey, PT Von Hippel, BA Broh
American Sociological Review 69 (5), 613-635, 2004
The heterogeneity statistic I^2 can be biased in small meta-analyses
PT von Hippel
BMC medical research methodology 15 (1), 35, 2015
Understanding differences between summer vs. school obesogenic behaviors of children: the structured days hypothesis
K Brazendale, MW Beets, RG Weaver, RR Pate, GM Turner-McGrievy, ...
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 14, 1-14, 2017
How to impute interactions, squares, and other transformed variables
PT von Hippel
Sociological Methodology 39 (1), 265-291, 2009
The effect of school on overweight in childhood: gain in body mass index during the school year and during summer vacation
PT Von Hippel, B Powell, DB Downey, NJ Rowland
American Journal of Public Health 97 (4), 2007
How many imputations do you need? A two-stage calculation using a quadratic rule
PT Von Hippel
Sociological Methods & Research 49 (3), 699-718, 2020
Mean, median, and skew: Correcting a textbook rule
PT Von Hippel
Journal of statistics Education 13 (2), 2005
Are “failing” schools really failing? Using seasonal comparisons to evaluate school effectiveness
DB Downey, PT von Hippel, M Hughes
Sociology of Education 81 (3), 242-270, 2008
Inequality in reading and math skills forms mainly before kindergarten: A replication, and partial correction, of “Are schools the great equalizer?”
PT Von Hippel, J Workman, DB Downey
Sociology of Education 91 (4), 323-357, 2018
From kindergarten through second grade, US children's obesity prevalence grows only during summer vacations
PT von Hippel, J Workman
Obesity 24 (11), 2296-2300, 2016
Biases in SPSS 12.0 missing value analysis
PT Von Hippel
The American Statistician 58 (2), 160-164, 2004
Do test score gaps grow before, during, or between the school years? Measurement artifacts and what we can know in spite of them
PT Von Hippel, C Hamrock
Sociological Science 6, 43, 2019
Should a Normal Imputation Model be Modified to Impute Skewed Variables?
PT von Hippel
Sociological Methods & Research 42 (1), 105-138, 2013
Why do skips precede reversals? The effect of tessitura on melodic structure
P Von Hippel, D Huron
Music Perception 18 (1), 59-85, 2000
How Many Imputations Are Needed? A Comment on Hershberger and Fisher (2003)
PT von Hippel
Structural Equation Modeling 12 (2), 334-335, 2005
New confidence intervals and bias comparisons show that maximum likelihood can beat multiple imputation in small samples:
PT von Hippel
Structural Equation Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal 23 (3), 422-437, 2016
An education gradient in health, a health gradient in education, or a confounded gradient in both?
JL Lynch, PT von Hippel
Social Science & Medicine 154, 18-27, 2016
Redefining pitch proximity: Tessitura and mobility as constraints on melodic intervals
P Von Hippel
Music Perception 17 (3), 315-327, 2000
Linear vs. logistic probability models: Which is better, and when
P Von Hippel
Statistical Horizons, 2015
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