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    • Applied Multivariate Research, v.12 no.3 (complete version) 

      Society for Applied Multivariate Research (University of Windsor, Dept. of Psychology, 2007)
    • A truly multivariate approach to MANOVA 

      Grice, James W.; Iwasaki, Michiko (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 2008)
      All too often researchers perform a Multivariate Analysis of Variance (MANOVA) on their data and then fail to fully recognize the true multivariate nature of their effects. The most common error is to follow the MANOVA ...
    • Multimorbidity clusters: Clustering binary data from multimorbidity clusters: Clustering binary data from a large administrative medical database 

      Cornell, John E.; Pugh, Jacqueline A.; Williams, John W.; Kazis, Lewis; Lee, Austin F. S.; Parchman, Michael L.; Zeber, John; Pederson, Thomas; Montgomery, Kelly A.; Hitchcock Noël, Polly (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 2008)
      Our purpose in this article is to describe and illustrate the application of cluster analysis to identify clinically relevant multimorbidity groups. Multimorbidity is the co-occurrence of 2 or more illnesses within a single ...
    • Getting published: An editor's perspective 

      Kirk, Roger E. (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 2008)
      The process of publishing journal articles is examined from the perspective of an editor. Suggestions are given for starting the writing process, producing a good manuscript, and improving your chances of having your ...