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Age and religiosity : Evidence from a three-wave panel analysis
Using pooled time series with random and fixed effects regression models, we examine the effect of age, period, and family life course events on a measure of religious influence on daily life in aExpand
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Two-wave panel analysis: Comparing statistical methods for studying the effects of transitions.
This article compares lagged dependent variable (LDV) and change score (CS) methods for analyzing the effect of events in two-wave panel data. Expand
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Toward best practices in analyzing datasets with missing data: Comparisons and recommendations
Modern missing data techniques were found to perform better than traditional ones, but differences between the types of modern approaches had minor effects on the estimates and substantive conclusions. Expand
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Alternative methods for the quantitative analysis of panel data in family research : pooled time-series models
This article examines quantitative panel analysis techniques appropriate for situations in which the researcher models determinants of change in continuous outcomes. One set of techniques, based onExpand
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Sampling Design Effects: Do They Affect the Analyses of Data from the National Survey of Families and Households?
We introduce the notion of a design effect and explain how it can affect research results. Expand
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Belief and behavior : does religion matter in today's marriage ?
In this study the impact of changes in religiosity on marital quality and vice versa is examined. Using longitudinal data from a national sample of married persons, we assess the extent to whichExpand
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Narratives of Science Outreach in Elite Contexts of Academic Science
Using data from interviews with 133 physicists and biologists working at elite research universities in the United States, we analyze narratives of outreach. We identify discipline-specific barriersExpand
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Climate change is likely to severely limit the effectiveness of deep-sea ABMTs in the North Atlantic
Abstract In the North Atlantic, Area-Based Management Tools (ABMTs), including Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and areas describing the inherent value of marine biodiversity, have been created in AreasExpand
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Individual Religiosity and Orientation towards Science: Reformulating Relationships
The religion-science relationship has been the focus of a growing body of research. Such analyses have often suffered from poorly specified concepts related to religion and to science. At theExpand
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