Volume 7.
(as bibtex)
161 references.
Articles

12. Preface
Lahiri, P.

12. Preface
Wang, Shouyang,
Yu, Gang,
Zhang, Hanqin

10031011. Interactions between statisticians and biomedical journal editors
Marks, Ronald G.,
DawsonSaunders, Elizabeth K.,
Bailar, John C.,
Dan, Bruce B.,
Verran, Joyce A.

10131021. Comparing the effects of different durations of the same therapy
Freedman, L. S.,
de Stavola, B. L.

10231030. A statistical methodology for postmarketing surveillance of adverse drug reaction reports
Norwood, Paula K.,
Sampson, Allan R.

10311043. Identifying important results from multiple statistical tests
Rothenberg, R. B.,
Parker, R. A.,
Royston, P.

10311043. Identifying important results from multiple statistical tests (C/R: V8 p13041306)
Parker, R. A.,
Rothenberg, R. B.

10451059. Application of multiple time series analysis to the estimation of pneumonia and influenza mortality by age 1962–1983
Herndon, Joy L.,
Thacker, Stephen B.,
Stroup, Donna F.

10451059. Application of multiple time series analysis to the estimation of pneumonia and influenza mortality by age 19621983
Stroup, Donna F.,
Thacker, Stephen B.,
Herndon, Joy L.

10611072. Forecasting the demand on accident and emergency departments in health districts in the Trent region
Milner, P. C.

10731085. The effect of nondifferential exposure misclassification on estimates of the attributable and prevented fraction
Hsieh, ChungCheng,
Walter, Stephen D.

10871098. Examining neighbourhood confounding in a survey: An example using the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey II
Korn, Edward L.,
Graubard, Barry I.

109137. Some general methods for the analysis of categorical data in longitudinal studies
Landis, J. Richard,
Miller, Michael E.,
Davis, Charles S.,
Koch, Gary G.

10991101. Crossover trials, carryover effects and the art of selfdelusion
Senn, S. J.

1118. The use of lung function tests in identifying factors that affect lung growth and aging
Buist, A. Sonia,
Vollmer, William M.

11091120. Drug treatment of mild hypertension to reduce the risk of CHD: Is it worthwhile?
Holme, Ingar

11211137. Heterogeneity in survival analysis
Aalen, Odd O.

11391145. Remission duration: An example of intervalcensored observations
Rucker, Gerta,
Rücker, Gerta,
Messerer, Dorle

11471155. Modelling the 1985 influenza epidemic in France
Menares, J.,
Flahault, A.,
Letrait, S.,
Blin, P.,
Hazout, S.,
Ménarés, J.,
Valleron, A. J.

11571164. A test to detect clustering applied to muscle fibres
Howel, Denise

11651170. Improving the quality of data in randomized clinical trials: The compact computer package
COMPACT Steering Committee

11651170. Improving the quality of data in randomized clinical trials: The compact computer package. Compact steering committee
Westlake, A. J.,
Palmer, N.,
Machin, D.,
Greenwood, R. M.,
Freedman, L. S.,
Fayers, P. M.,
Chilvers, C. E. D.

11711175. Prescription sequence analysis: A new and fast method for assessing certain adverse reactions of prescription drugs in large populations
Petri, H.,
de Vet, H. C. W.,
Naus, J.,
Urquhart, J.

11791186. Explanatory and pragmatic estimates of the treatment effect when deviations from allocated treatment occur
Newcombe, R. G.

11871194. Optimal placebo response rates for comparing two binomial proportions
Day, Simon J.

11951201. Sample size formulae for intervention studies with the cluster as unit of randomization
Hsieh, F. Y.

12031203. Comments on ``How much of the placebo `effect' is really statistical regression?'' (V2 p417427; Reply: V8 p13011302)
Senn, S. J.

12071221. Inborn/outborn status and neonatal survival: A metaanalysis of nonrandomized studies
Ozminkowski, Ronald J.,
Wortman, Paul M.,
Roloff, Dietrich W.

12231230. Bayesian analysis of casecontrol studies (C/R: V8 p10231024)
Marshall, R. J.

12231230. Bayesian analysis of casecontrol studies
Marshall, Roger J.,
Mutanen, Pertti,
Nurminen, Markku

12311242. Stopping rules and estimation problems in clinical trials
Hughes, Michael D.,
Pocock, Stuart J.

12431255. A quantitative study of the bias in estimating the treatment effect caused by omitting a balanced covariate in survival models
Chastang, Claude,
Byar, David,
Piantadosi, Steven

12571266. Nonparametric analysis of treatmentcovariate interaction in the presence of censoring
Schemper, M.

12571266. Nonparametric analysis of treatment—covariate interaction in the presence of censoring
Schemper, M.

12671277. A statistical assessment of clinical equivalence
Mau, Jochen

12791288. On sample sizes to estimate the protective efficacy of a vaccine
O'Neill, Robert T.

12891295. Beyond sensitivity, specificity and statistical independence
Jones, Richard H.,
McClatchey, Maureen W.

12971306. Doubling the onesided $p$value in testing independence in $2 × 2$ tables against a twosided alternative
Lloyd, Christopher J.

12971306. Doubling the onesided pvalue in testing independence in 2 × 2 tables against a twosided alternative
Lloyd, Christopher J.

13071308. An introduction to medical statistics. Martin Bland, Oxford university press, 1987. no. of pages: XIII + 365. price: £9.95
Prescott, R. J.

13081309. Multivariate interpretation of clinical laboratory data. Adelin Albert and Eugene K. Harris, Marcel Dekker inc., New York, 1987. no. of pages: 328. price: $69.75
Healy, M. J. R.

139148. Analysing repeated measurements with possibly missing observations by modelling marginal distributions
Wei, L. J.,
Stram, D. O.

149160. Likelihood analysis of multistate models for disease incidence and mortality
Kalbfleisch, J. D.,
Lawless, J. F.

161168. Comments on ``Repeated categorical response''
Zeger, Scott L.

169173. Discussion. Repeated categorical response

169173. Discussion on ``Repeated categorical response''
[Several authors]

177183. Report of a workshop on statistical issues in longitudinal studies of health held in Berlin (West), 23–26 June 1986†
Feinleib, Manning,
Dwyer, James H.

177183. Report of a workshop on statistical issues in longitudinal studies of health
Dwyer, James H.,
Feinleib, Manning

185198. Familial aggregation in the presence of temporal trends
Province, M. A.,
Rao, D. C.

1928. A comparative study of three methods for analysing longitudinal pulmonary function data
Diem, John E.,
Liukkonen, John R.

199202. Discussion. Special topics

199202. Comments on ``Special topics of longitudinal data analysis in epidemiological and clinical studies''
[Several authors]

205218. Comparison of baseline and repeated measure covariate techniques in the Framingham Heart Study (Com: p219222)
Cupples, L. Adrienne,
D'Agostino, Ralph B.,
Anderson, Keaven,
Kannel, William B.

205218. Comparison of baseline and repeated measure covariate techniques in the Framingham heart study
Kannel, William B.,
Anderson, Keaven,
D'Agostino, Ralph B.,
Cupples, L. Adrienne

219222. Commentary on ‘comparison of baseline and repeated measure covariate techniques in the Framingham heart study’
Abbott, Robert D.

219222. Comments on ``Comparison of baseline and repeated measure covariate techniques in the Framingham Heart Study''
Abbott, Robert D.

223238. Effect of cigarette smoking in epidemiological studies of lung cancer
Whittemore, Alice S.

239256. Models of the interaction of mortality and the evolution of risk factor distribution: A general stochastic process formulation
Manton, Kenneth G.,
Woodbury, Max A.,
Stallard, Eric

257274. Effects of mismodelling and mismeasuring explanatory variables on tests of their association with a response variable
Lagakos, S. W.

275287. Aspects of the use of relative risk models in the design and analysis of cohort studies and prevention trials
Prentice, Ross L.,
Self, Steven G.

289292. Comments on ``Risk factors and survival''
Halperin, Max

2945. General methods for analysing repeated measures
Louis, Thomas A.

293295. Reply to comments on ``Risk factors and survival''
Manton, Kenneth G.,
Woodbury, Max A.,
Stallard, Eric

293295. Commentary. Response to Dr Halperin on ‘models of the interaction of mortality and the evolution of risk factor distribution: A general stochastic process formulation’
Stallard, Eric,
Woodbury, Max A.,
Manton, Kenneth G.

297302. Discussion. Risk factors and survival

297302. Discussion on ``Risk factors and survival''
[Several authors]

305315. Missing data in longitudinal studies
Laird, Nan M.

317324. Analysis of incomplete multivariate data using linear models with structured covariance matrices
Schluchter, Mark D.

325336. Estimating hidden morbidity via its effect on mortality and disability
Woodbury, Max A.,
Manton, Kenneth G.,
Yashin, Anatoli I.

337346. Analysing changes in the presence of informative right censoring caused by death and withdrawal
Wu, Margaret C.,
Bailey, Kent

347355. Comments on ``Analysis of data with missing values''
Little, Roderick J. A.

357360. Discussion on ``Analysis of data with missing values''
[Several authors]

357360. Discussion. Analysis of data with missing values

363376. Sample size and power for casecontrol studies when exposures are continuous
Lubin, Jay H.,
Gail, Mitchell H.,
Ershow, Abby G.

377385. Estimating reference ranges in clinical pathology: An objective approach
Merkouriou, Savvas,
Dix, Douglas

387393. Testing for a changepoint in registry data with an example on hypospadias (C/R and Ack: V8 p14141416)
Simpkin, J. M.,
Downham, D. Y.

387393. Testing for a changepoint in registry data with an example on hypospadias
Simpkin, J. M.,
Downham, D. Y.,
Worsley, K. J.

395401. A modelbased approach to characterize the incubation period of paediatric transfusionassociated acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
Lui, KungJong,
Peterman, Thomas A.,
Lawrence, Dale N.,
Allen, James R.

403416. Assessing diagnostic reliability and estimating incidence rates associated with a strictly progressive disease: Dental caries
Espeland, Mark A.,
Murphy, William C.,
Leverett, Dennis H.

417422. Correcting for selection bias in estimation of withinindividual variance
Wilson, P. David

423433. The probability that longterm mean diastolic blood pressure is extreme: Tables for black individuals
Wilson, P. David,
Hebel, J. Richard

435441. Multinomial regression models based on continuation ratios
Cox, Christopher

443450. Investigation of the associations of a number of HLA antigens with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis
Woodrow, J. C.,
Low, Heng Chin,
Montasser, Mandouh,
Green, Jack

443450. Investigation of the association of a number of HLA antigens with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis
Green, Jack,
Montasser, Mandouh,
Low, Heng Chin,
Woodrow, J. C.

453454. Living with risk: The BMA guide. Wiley, Chichester, 1987. Number of pages: 192; Price: £14.95/$29.60
Jones, David R.

457466. Loss of power from an optimistic alternative hypothesis
Blumenson, Leslie E.

467469. A note on sample size computation for testing interactions
Lachenbruch, Peter A.

4757. A longitudinal view of blood pressure during childhood: The Muscatine study
Lauer, Ronald M.,
Clarke, William R.

471481. Some analysis strategies for threeperiod changeover designs with two treatments (C/R: V8 p891892)
Hafner, Kerry B.,
Koch, Gary G.,
Canada, Andrew T.

471481. Some analysis strategies for threeperiod changeover designs with two treatments
Canada, Andrew T.,
Koch, Gary G.,
Hafner, Kerry B.

483490. The analysis of survival data from a central cancer registry with passive followup
Tallis, G. M.,
Leppard, P.,
O'Neill, T. J.

491505. Density equalized map projections: A method for analysing clustering around a fixed point
Schulman, J.,
Selvin, S.,
Merrill, D. W.

507517. Summary attributable risk estimation from unmatched casecontrol data
Kuritz, Stephen J.,
Landis, J. Richard

519524. Evaluating the discriminatory power of a multiple logistic regression model
Green, Manfred S.

525533. An uncertainty measure in logistic discrimination†
Albert, A.,
Lesaffre, E.

525533. An uncertainty measure in logistic discrimination
Lesaffre, E.,
Albert, A.

535544. Descriptive statistical analyses of serial dilution data
Hamilton, Martin A.,
Rinaldi, Michael G.

549557. Multiple reading procedures: The performance of diagnostic tests
Lachenbruch, Peter A.

559569. Planning the size of survival time clinical trials with allowance for stratification
Moussa, Mohamed A. A.

571579. Optimal twostage designs for clinical trials with binary response
Thall, Peter F.,
Simon, Richard,
Ellenberg, Susan S.,
Shrager, Richard

581590. A random walk model for evaluating clinical trials involving serial observations
Hopper, John L.,
Young, Graeme P.

5971. Autoregressive modelling for the analysis of longitudinal data with unequally spaced examinations
Munoz, A.,
Rossner, B.,
Muñoz, A.

591600. Contingency table estimation of genetic parameters and disease risks
Khamis, H. J.

601611. Smoothing methods for epidemiologic analysis
Segal, Mark R.,
Weiss, Scott T.,
Speizer, Frank E.,
Tager, Ira B.

613618. Proportional hazards models for average data for groups
Dobson, Annette J.

619625. Prospective epidemiological studies involving paired organs
Whitehead, John,
Dorse, Cameron

629637. The hidden effect of time
Altman, Douglas G.,
Royston, J. Patrick

639647. A new method of estimation of interobserver variation and its application to the radiological assessment of osteoarthrosis in hip joints
Smeeton, N. C.,
Dixon, M. F.

639647. A new method of estimation of interobserver variation and its application to radiological assessment of osteoarthrosis in hip joints (C/R: V8 p765767; Ref: V8 p14161417)
Joergensen, B.,
KjaersgaardAndersen, P.,
KjærsgaardAndersen, P.,
Christensen, F.,
Schmidt, S. A.,
Pedersen, N. W.,
Jørgensen, B.

649660. Investigations of excess environmental risks around putative sources: Statistical problems and a proposed test
Stone, Richard A.

661670. Multistate models in survival analysis: A study of nephropathy and mortality in diabetes
Andersen, Per Kragh

671683. Modelling the liver function data in diabetes
Chen, T. Timothy

685696. Longitudinal versus crosssectional estimation of lung function decline: Further insights
Vollmer, William M.,
Johnson, Larry R.,
McCamant, Lynn E.,
Buist, A. Sonia

685696. Longitudinal versus crosssectional estimation of lung function decline–further insights
Buist, A. Sonia,
McCamant, Lynn E.,
Johnson, Larry R.,
Vollmer, William M.

697716. The statistical analysis of treatment effects in 24hour ambulatory blood pressure recordings
Marler, Matthew R.,
Jacob, Rolf G.,
Lehoczky, John P.,
Shapiro, Alvin P.

717725. The extrapolation of attributable risk to new populations
Ellenberg, Jonas H.

727737. Improving the aggregate performance of psychiatric diagnostic methods when not all subjects receive the standard test
Lavori, Philip W.,
Keller, Martin B.

7386. Autoregressive growth curves and Kalman filtering
Wilson, P. David

739744. Instrumental variables in the evaluation of diagnostic test procedures when the true disease state is unknown
Nagelkerke, N. J. D.,
Fidler, V.,
Buwalda, M.

745757. Variance estimation for epidemiologic effect estimates under misclassification
Greenland, Sander

759764. Sample size requirements for studies estimating odds ratios or relative risks
Lemeshow, Stanley,
Hosmer, David W., Jr,
Klar, Janelle

765772. Exact versus asymptotic analysis for a matched casecontrol study
Hirji, Karim F.,
Elashoff, Robert M.,
Moore, Dan H., II,
Bennett, Deborah E.

773785. Confidence intervals for causal parameters
Robins, James M.

787794. A Markov process interpretation of Sullivan's index of morbidity and mortality
Newman, Stephen C.

795804. A computer enhanced runs test for smoothed data
Katz, Barry P.

805815. `Optimal' designs for drug, neurotransmitter and hormone receptor assays
Dunn, G.

805815. ‘Optimal’ designs for drug, neurotransmitter and hormone receptor assays
Dunn, G.

817818. Statistical methods in medical research P. Armitage and G. Berry, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, U.K., 1987. No. of pages: 559. Price £22.50
Begg, Colin B.

819841. The analysis of event history data: A review of progress and outstanding problems
Clayton, David

843856. Identifying prognostic factors in binary outcome data: An application using liver function tests and age to predict liver metastases
Makuch, R. W.,
Rosenberg, P. S.,
Mulshine, J.

857864. A new calculation of the carcinogenic risk of obstetric Xraying
Bithell, J. F.,
Stiller, C. A.

865875. Confidence interval estimation of a rate and the choice of sample size
Bohning, Dankmar,
Böhning, Dankmar

8792. Discussion. Methods for analysing repeated measurements

8792. Discussion on ``Methods for analysing repeated measurements''
[Several authors]

877888. Designing a clinical trial to demonstrate prevention of ulcer recurrence: Modelling simulation approaches
Elashoff, Janet D.,
Koch, Gary G.,
Chi, George Y. H.

889894. A note on graphical presentation of estimated odds ratios from several clinical trials
Galbraith, R. F.

895912. The parameters of death: A consideration of the quantity of information in a life table using a polynomial representation of the survivorship curve
Anson, Jon

915927. Methods for assessing whether change depends on initial value
Hayes, R. J.

929939. Comparing incomplete paired binomial data under nonrandom mechanisms
Choi, S. C.,
Stablein, D. M.

941946. Correcting for the bias caused by dropouts in hypertension trials (C/R: V8 p13021304)
Murray, Gordon D.,
Findlay, Janet G.

941946. Correcting for the bias caused by dropouts in hypertension trials
Findlay, Janet G.,
Murray, Gordon D.

947954. Prediction of outcome of anaesthesia in patients over 40 years: A multifactorial risk index
Tiret, L.,
Hatton, F.,
Desmonts, J. M.,
Vourc'h, G.

95107. Issues in the analysis of repeated categorical outcomes
Ware, James H.,
Lipsitz, Stuart,
Speizer, Frank E.

955964. Exposure—response relationship for a dichotomized response when the continuous underlying variable is not measured†
Groeneveld, H. T.,
Irwig, L. M.

955964. Exposureresponse relationship for a dichotomized response when the continuous underlying variable is not measured
Irwig, L. M.,
Groeneveld, H. T.

965974. Twoprocess models for discretetime serial categorical response
Dersimonian, Rebecca,
Baker, Stuart G.

975981. Latent variable models for the analysis of medical data with repeated measures of binary variables
Blackwood, Larry

983995. Correspondence analysis and logistic modelling: Complementary use in the analysis of a health survey among nurses (C/R: V8 15451547)
Leclerc, A.,
Luce, D.,
Lert, F.,
Chastang, J. F.,
Logeay, P.

983995. Correspondence analysis and logistic modelling: Complementary use in the analysis of a health survey among nurses
Logeay, P.,
Chastang, J. F.,
Lert, F.,
Luce, D.,
Leclerc, A.

997998. Comments on ``The relative efficiency of the sets and the CUSUM techniques in monitoring the occurrence of a rare event'' (V6 p.517525)
Gallus, G.

998999. Reply to comments on ``The relative efficiency of the sets and the CUSUM techniques in monitoring the occurrence of a rare event''
Chen, Rina

. Modern epidemiology Kenneth J. Rothman, Little, Brown & Co, Boston, 1986. No. of pages: 358. Price: £33.90
Duffy, John C.

. Statistical designs for research, by Leslie Kish, Wiley, New York, 1987. No. of pages: xii + 267; Price: £33.70 ($48.95)
Campbell, M. J.

. Clinical trials: Design, conduct and analysis, Curtis L. Meinert, Oxford University Press, 1986. No. of pages xxvi + 469. price: £50.00
Chaplin, Caroline

. The design and analysis of clinical experiments, J. L. Fleiss, Wiley, Chichester, 1986. Number of pages: xiv + 432, price: £38.35/$55.00
Andersen, Per Kragh

. Medical uses of statistics. John C. Bailar, III, and Frederick Mosteller (eds), Nejm books, Waltham mass., 1986. no. of pages: 425. price: £20
Altman, Douglas G.

. Chairman's introduction
Breslow, Norman

. Essentials of biostatistics, Robert C. Elston and William D. Johnson, F. A. Davis company, Philadelphia, 1987. no. of pages XII + 307. price: £19.65
Berry, G.

. Statistical tables for the design of clinical trials david machin and Michael J. Campbell, Blackwell scientific publications, Oxford, 1987. no. of pages: XI + 210. price: £30
Royston, Patrick

. International society for clinical biostatistics eighth international meeting held at Chalmers university of technology, Gothenburg from 7–11 september 1987

. Chairman's concluding remarks
Breslow, Norman