Volume 123. Issue .
14 references. 19861986. (as bibtex)
Articles

143153. Estimating the impact of risk factor modification programs
Browner, Warren

154161. A simple model relevant to toxoplasmosis applied to epidemiologic results in France
Papoz, Laure,
Simondon, Francois,
Saurin, William,
Sarmini, Hala

162173. Applicability of the simple independent action model to epidemiologic studies involving two factors and a dichotomous outcome
Weinberg, Clarice Ring

174184. Binomial regression in GLIM: Estimating risk ratios and risk differences
Wacholder, Sholom

185191. Effects of bias and random error in anthropometry and in age on estimation of malnutrition
Bairagi, Radheshyam

203208. The fallacy of employing standardized regression coefficients and correlations as measures of effect
Greenland, Sander,
Schlesselman, James J.,
Criqui, Michael H.

352358. Exposure opportunity in casecontrol studies
Poole, Charles

383391. Predicting the global spread of new infectious agents
Longini, Ira M., Jr,
Fine, Paul E. M.,
Thacker, Stephen B.

392402. The role of model selection in causal inference from nonexperimental data
Robins, James M.,
Greenland, Sander

551554. Matching on a nonrisk factor in the design of casecontrol studies does not always result in an efficiency loss
Kalish, Leslie A.

728735. Conditional regression models for transient state survival analysis
Abbott, Robert D.,
Carroll, Raymond J.

736751. The effects of exposure misclassification on estimates of relative risk
Flegal, Katherine M.,
Brownie, Cavell,
Haas, Jere D.

905915. Simple algorithms for the representation of deterministic and stochastic versions of the ReedFrost epidemic model using a programmable calculator
Franco, Eduardo L. F.,
Simons, A. Ray

11011117. Risk assessment for casecontrol subgroups by polychotomous logistic regression
Dubin, Neil,
Pasternack, Bernard S.