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Ecological correlations and the behavior of individuals.
  • W. S. Robinson
  • Medicine
  • International journal of epidemiology
  • 1 April 2009
AN INDIVIDUAL CORRELATION is a correlation in which the statistical object or thing described is indivisible. The correlation between color and illiteracy for persons in the United States, shownExpand
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A Method for Chronologically Ordering Archaeological Deposits
The statistical technique of this paper is based upon the empirically established fact that over the course of time pottery types come into and go out of general use by a given group of people. It isExpand
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The statistical measurement of agreement.
theorems of O'M*.41 This means that von Wright's system is a subsystem of O'M*; and that some account is also taken of Bohnert's suggestions. It would be pointless to try to characterize O'M* furtherExpand
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The Logical Structure of Analytic Induction
under greater economic stress in our society exhibit a higher rate of divorce. Additional clarification of these points can be achieved by research which is pointed toward these problems: (1)Expand
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There are normal sequences of growth in immediate ends. One natural sequence of immediate ends follows the sequence: (1) Description, (2) Significance statements, (3) Estimation, (4) ConfidenceExpand
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Bias, Probability, and Trial by Jury
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The Motivational Structure of Political Participation
IN The People's Choice,' Lazarsfeld, Berelson, and Gaudet found that the psychological involvement of the individual in a political campaign had important effects upon his behavior. They termed thisExpand
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