Brian W. Junker

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Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 
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Statistics
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Sweet TM, Junker BW. (2016) Power to Detect Intervention Effects on Ensembles of Social Networks Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics. 41: 180-204
Sweet TM, Thomas AC, Junker BW. (2013) Hierarchical Network Models for Education Research: Hierarchical Latent Space Models Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics. 38: 295-318
Yang YM, Small MJ, Junker B, et al. (2011) Bayesian hierarchical models for soil CO2 flux and leak detection at geologic sequestration sites Environmental Earth Sciences. 64: 787-798
Fienberg SE, Junker BW. (2010) Categorical data analysis International Encyclopedia of Education. 58-65
Mariano LT, Junker BW. (2007) Covariates of the rating process in hierarchical models for multiple ratings of test items Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics. 32: 287-314
Anozie NO, Junker BW. (2006) Predicting end-of-year accountability assessment scores from monthly student records in an online tutoring system Aaai Workshop - Technical Report. 1-6
Johnson MS, Junker BW. (2003) Using Data Augmentation and Markov Chain Monte Carlo for the Estimation of Unfolding Response Models Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics. 28: 195-230
Patz RJ, Junker BW, Johnson MS, et al. (2002) The hierarchical rater model for rated test items and its application to large-scale educational assessment data Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics. 27: 341-384
Junker BW, Sijtsma K. (2001) Cognitive assessment models with few assumptions, and connections with nonparametric item response theory Applied Psychological Measurement. 25: 258-272
Junker BW, Sijtsma K. (2001) Nonparametric item response theory in action: An overview of the special issue Applied Psychological Measurement. 25: 211-220
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