Spouse similarity in attitudes, personality, and psychological well-being
Analyses based on data collected from an American adult sample assessed longitudinally showed that spouse correlations were high for attitudes and low to moderate for personality and psychological well-being, suggesting initial similarity may be an appropriate interpretation of observed spouse similarity.
Evaluation and Extensions of a Structural Equation Modeling Approach to the Analysis of Survival Data
The purpose of the current research is to evaluate the statistical performance of the model as presented by Pickles and colleagues, and to expand and evaluate the model in more applications, including both genetically informative data and other multivariate examples.
Social contact, social attitudes, and twin similarity
Investigation of the nature of the relationship between social contact and attitude similarity between twins suggests that attitude similarity leads to contact among the females and that similarity is both genetically and environmentally based.
Development of Phenotyping Algorithms for the Identification of Organ Transplant Recipients: Cohort Study (Preprint)
This study presents rigorously evaluated methods for phenotyping OTRs from electronic health records that will enable the use of the full spectrum of clinical data in transplant research.