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Richard Goldstein, Ph.D.

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  1. Goldstein R Goldstein R, Harrell F. The Encyclopedia of Biostatistics. 1998.
  2. Harrel F, Goldstein R. A Survey of Microcomputer Survival Analysis Software: The Need for an Integrated Framework. The American Statistician. 1997; (51):360-373.
  3. Goldstein R. Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences - Update Volume. 1997.
  4. Devine P, Goldstein R, Linden JV, Postoway N, Hoffstadter LK, Hines DM. Data on apheresis, blood collection, and transfusion-related activities: statistical analyses of the American Association of Blood Banks institutional membership questionnaires. Transfusion. 1996 Apr; 36(4):375-81. PMID: 8623142.
    Citations:    Fields:    Translation:Humans
  5. Sege R, Stigol LC, Perry C, Goldstein R, Spivak H. Intentional injury surveillance in a primary care pediatric setting. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 1996 Mar; 150(3):277-83. PMID: 8603221.
    Citations: 3     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  6. Goldstein R. The Comparison of Models in Discrimination Cases. Jurimetrics Journal of Law, Science and Technology. 1994; (34):215-234.
  7. Jordan H, Goldstein R. Does the Population Exist Only in the Eye of the Beholder?. 1993; 71-76.
  8. Goldsetin R. Comparison of Models in Discrimination Cases. 1993.
  9. Goldstein R. Letter to the Editor RE: Cooks Distance. The American Statistician. 1990; 44(3 (supp. 1)):258-259.
  10. Goldstein R. Power and Sample Size via MS/PC-DOS Computers - Correction. The American Statistician. 1990; 44(3):264.
  11. Goldstein R. A Review of Resampling Software for MS-DOS Computers. 1990; 217-222.
  12. Goldstein R. Power and Sample Size via MS/PC-DOS Computers. The American Statistician. 1989; 43(4):253-260.
  13. Goldstein R. The Boston Computer Society Review: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. 1989; 6-13.
  14. Goldstein R. Survival Analysis Software on MS/PC-DOS Computers. J Applied Econometrics. 1989; 4(4):393-414.
  15. Goldstein R. Review of EPISTAT (Version 3.3) and TRUE EPISTAT (Version 2.0). The American Statistician. 1988; 42(3):217-219.
  16. Goldstein R. The Impossibility of an Ultimate Statistical Wordprocessor. 1988.
  17. Goldstein R. Linear Regression on IBM PC/XT/ATs and Compatibles. 1987; 219-228.
  18. Goldstein R, Loomis J, Tetewsky A. Technical Wordprocessors for the IBM PC and Compatibles, 1986 report, Part I Technical Wordprocessors Capabilities and Peoples Needs. Notices of the American Mathematical Society. 1987; 34(1):15-32.
  19. Goldstein R. BCS Review of Statistical Packages. Statisticians Microcomputers Users Group Newletter. 1986; 3(2):7-11.
  20. Goldstein R, Tetewsky A, Loomis J, et al. Technical Word Processors for the IBM PC and Compatibles. Notices of the American Mathematical Society. 1986; 33(1):8-37.
  21. Goldstein, R. Two Types of Statistical Errors and Judical Decisions. Jurimetrics Journal. 1985; 26(1):32-47.
  22. Goldstein R. Comment on "Random Number Generators". Access. 1984; 3(2).
  23. Goldstein R, Sachs S. Applied Poverty Research. 1983.
  24. Goldstein R, Sachs S. Symposium on Applied Poverty Research. Policy Studies Journal. 1982.
  25. Goldstein R. On Deceptive Rejoinders About Deceptive Research: A Reply to Baron. IRB: A Review of Human Subjects Research. 1981; 3(8).
  26. Goldstein R, Zisk B, Boulay H. Protecting Human Subjects: Proposed Amendents to HEW Policy: Comments on Pools Analysis. PS. 1980; X111(2).
  27. Goldstein R. PSRO, Quality of Care, and Research. Evaluation & The Health Professions. 1980; (3):461-472.
  28. Goldstein R. Guidelines for an Evaluation. CCED Review. 1979.
  29. Goldstein R. Research Plan for an Evaluation: The Energy/ Economic Development Demonstration Program. CCED Review. 1979.
  30. Goldstein R. 1. Evaluation Methodology 2. A General Framework for Data-Gathering 3. Community Resident Surveys in the CDC Evaluation 4. Observing the Organization 5. The ABT Evaluation:What Happened 6. CCED Recommendations. A Review of ABT Associates, Inc. 1977.
  31. Horowitz L, Ferliger L. Book Review. Statistics for Social Change.
  32. Mason RM. Book Review. Participatory and Workplace Democracy.
  33. Book Review. Measurement of Subjective Phenomena.
  34. Belsey DA. Book Review. Conditioning Diagnostics: Collinearity and Weak Data in Regression.
  35. Heinen T. Book Review. Latent Class and Discrete Latent Trait Models: Similarities and Differences.
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