Chao-Ying Peng

Affiliations: 
School of Education Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Area:
Psychometrics Psychology, Statistics, Educational Psychology Education
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Chen LT, Feng Y, Wu PJ, et al. (2019) Dealing with missing data by EM in single-case studies. Behavior Research Methods
Nyawade SA, Middlestadt SE, Peng CJ. (2016) Beliefs about Supporting Mothers to Exclusively Breastfeed for 6 Months: An Elicitation Study of Health Professionals Working in Maternal-Child Health Clinics in Nairobi, Kenya. Journal of Human Lactation : Official Journal of International Lactation Consultant Association
Chen LT, Peng CJ, Chen ME. (2015) Computing Tools for Implementing Standards for Single-Case Designs. Behavior Modification
Chen LT, Peng CY. (2015) The sensitivity of three methods to nonnormality and unequal variances in interval estimation of effect sizes. Behavior Research Methods. 47: 107-26
Dong Y, Peng CY. (2013) Principled missing data methods for researchers. Springerplus. 2: 222
Li K, Seo DC, Torabi MR, et al. (2012) Social-ecological factors of leisure-time physical activity in Black adults. American Journal of Health Behavior. 36: 797-810
Peng CYJ, Long H, Abaci S. (2012) Power analysis software for educational researchers Journal of Experimental Education. 80: 113-136
Li K, Seo DC, Torabi MR, et al. (2010) Leisure-time physical activity and obesity in black adults in Indianapolis. American Journal of Health Behavior. 34: 442-52
Dong Y, Shi Q, Pai HC, et al. (2010) Antitumor agents. 272. Structure-activity relationships and in vivo selective anti-breast cancer activity of novel neo-tanshinlactone analogues. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 53: 2299-308
Nehl EJ, Blanchard CM, Peng CY, et al. (2009) Understanding nonsmoking in African American and Caucasian college students: an application of the theory of planned behavior. Behavioral Medicine (Washington, D.C.). 35: 23-9
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