Kenneth Bollen

Affiliations: 
Sociology University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
Area:
Criminology and Penology, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Sociology of Education, Black Studies, Hispanic American Studies
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Bauldry S, Bollen KA. (2018) NONLINEAR AUTOREGRESSIVE LATENT TRAJECTORY MODELS. Sociological Methodology. 48: 269-302
Bauldry S, Bollen KA. (2016) tetrad: A Set of Stata Commands for Confirmatory Tetrad Analysis. Structural Equation Modeling : a Multidisciplinary Journal. 23: 921-930
Linnstaedt SD, Hu J, Liu AY, et al. (2016) Methodology of AA CRASH: a prospective observational study evaluating the incidence and pathogenesis of adverse post-traumatic sequelae in African-Americans experiencing motor vehicle collision. Bmj Open. 6: e012222
Bollen KA, Diamantopoulos A. (2015) In Defense of Causal-Formative Indicators: A Minority Report. Psychological Methods
Bauldry S, Bollen KA, Adair LS. (2015) Evaluating measurement error in readings of blood pressure for adolescents and young adults. Blood Pressure. 24: 96-102
Bainter SA, Bollen KA. (2015) Moving Forward in the Debate on Causal Indicators: Rejoinder to Comments Measurement. 13: 63-74
Bainter SA, Bollen KA. (2014) Interpretational Confounding or Confounded Interpretations of Causal Indicators? Measurement : Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives. 12: 125-140
Bollen KA, Kolenikov S, Bauldry S. (2014) Model-implied instrumental variable-generalized method of moments (MIIV-GMM) estimators for latent variable models. Psychometrika. 79: 20-50
Bollen KA, Harden JJ, Ray S, et al. (2014) BIC and Alternative Bayesian Information Criteria in the Selection of Structural Equation Models Structural Equation Modeling. 21: 1-19
Shimizu S, Bollen K. (2014) Bayesian estimation of causal direction in acyclic structural equation models with individual-specific confounder variables and non-gaussian distributions Journal of Machine Learning Research. 15: 2629-2652
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