Judith D. Singer
Judith D. Singer
James Bryant Conant Professor of Education, Harvard University
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Applied Longitudinal Data Analysis: Modeling change and event occurrence
J Singer
Using SAS PROC MIXED to fit multilevel models, hierarchical models, and individual growth models
JD Singer
Journal of educational and behavioral statistics 23 (4), 323-355, 1998
By design: Planning research on higher education
RJ Light, JD Singer, JB Willett
Harvard University Press, 1990
It’s about time: Using discrete-time survival analysis to study duration and the timing of events
JD Singer, JB Willett
Journal of educational statistics 18 (2), 155-195, 1993
Who will teach?: Policies that matter
R Murnane, JD Singer, J Kemple, R Olsen
Harvard University Press, 2009
Maternal correlates of growth in toddler vocabulary production in low‐income families
BA Pan, ML Rowe, JD Singer, CE Snow
Child development 76 (4), 763-782, 2005
Modeling the days of our lives: using survival analysis when designing and analyzing longitudinal studies of duration and the timing of events.
JD Singer, JB Willett
psychological Bulletin 110 (2), 268, 1991
The design and analysis of longitudinal studies of development and psychopathology in context: Statistical models and methodological recommendations
JB Willett, JD Singer, NC Martin
Development and psychopathology 10 (2), 395-426, 1998
Investigating onset, cessation, relapse, and recovery: why you should, and how you can, use discrete-time survival analysis to examine event occurrence.
JB Willett, JD Singer
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 61 (6), 952, 1993
From whether to when: New methods for studying student dropout and teacher attrition
JB Willett, JD Singer
Review of educational research 61 (4), 407-450, 1991
Are special educators' career paths special? Results from a 13-year longitudinal study
JD Singer
Exceptional children 59 (3), 262-279, 1992
The influences of salaries and" opportunity costs" on teachers' career choices: Evidence from North Carolina
R Murnane, J Singer, J Willett
Harvard Educational Review 59 (3), 325-347, 1989
Job experiences over time, multiple roles, and women's mental health: A longitudinal study.
RC Barnett, NL Marshall, JD Singer
Journal of Personality and social psychology 62 (4), 634, 1992
Early identification of children's special needs: a study in five metropolitan communities
JS Palfrey, JD Singer, DK Walker, JA Butler
The Journal of pediatrics 111 (5), 651-659, 1987
Implications for teacher supply and methodological lessons for research
RJ Murnane, JD Singer, JB Willett
Educational researcher 17 (6), 22-30, 1988
Ethnic differences in child care selection: The influence of family structure, parental practices, and home language
X Liang, B Fuller, JD Singer
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 15 (3), 357-384, 2000
The education for all handicapped children act: Schools as agents of social reform
J Singer, J Butler
Harvard Educational Review 57 (2), 125-153, 1987
Another Cautionary Note about R 2: Its Use in Weighted Least-Squares Regression Analysis
JB Willett, JD Singer
The American Statistician 42 (3), 236-238, 1988
Early child-care selection: variation by geographic location, maternal characteristics, and family structure.
JD Singer, B Fuller, MK Keiley, A Wolf
Developmental Psychology 34 (5), 1129, 1998
It’s déjà vu all over again: Using multiple-spell discrete-time survival analysis
JB Willett, JD Singer
Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 20 (1), 41-67, 1995
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