Session 300: ST1 -> Statistical Methods
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Friday, November 9
Place: Quebec
Session Chair: Richard McCleary, University of California, Irvine
Modeling Multiple Failure Time Data: A Survey of Variance-Corrected Models With Empirical Applications to Arrest Data
by: Michael E. Enzell, Duke University (Corresponding)
Kenneth C. Land, Duke Universty
Methods of Identifying, and Apportioning the Contribution of, Various Sources of Sentencing Disparity
by: Avinash S. Bhati, The Urban Institute (Corresponding)
William J. Sabol, Case Western Reserve University
Assessing the Relative Accuracy of Neural Network Models in Predicting Recidivism
by: Patricia L. McCall, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
William J. Smith, North Carolina State University
Denise L. Bissler, North Carolina State University
Applying Fuzzy Statistical Methods to Survey Data: A Reanalysis of the National Opinion Survey on Crime and Justice - 1995
by: Steven Jay Cuvelier, Sam Houston State University (Corresponding)
Pui-Yan Teresa Chiu, Sam Houston State University
Spatial and Temporal Correlates of Juvenile Violent Crimes
by: John Hellsten, Texas Department of Health (Corresponding)
Sanjeev Sridharan, Caliber Associates

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