John W. Graham
John W. Graham
Emeritus Professor of Biobehavioral Health, Penn State University
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Missing data: our view of the state of the art.
JL Schafer, JW Graham
Psychological methods 7 (2), 147, 2002
Missing data analysis: Making it work in the real world
JW Graham
Annual review of psychology 60 (1), 549-576, 2009
How many imputations are really needed? Some practical clarifications of multiple imputation theory
JW Graham, AE Olchowski, TD Gilreath
Prevention science 8 (3), 206-213, 2007
Missing data: analysis and design
JW Graham
Missing Data, 3-46, 2012
Methods for handling missing data.
JW Graham, PE Cumsille, AE Shevock
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2013
Exploring the effects of age of alcohol use initiation and psychosocial risk factors on subsequent alcohol misuse.
JD Hawkins, JW Graham, E Maguin, R Abbott, KG Hill, RF Catalano
Journal of studies on alcohol 58 (3), 280-290, 1997
Preventing alcohol, marijuana, and cigarette use among adolescents: Peer pressure resistance training versus establishing conservative norms
WB Hansen, JW Graham
Preventive medicine 20 (3), 414-430, 1991
Adding missing-data-relevant variables to FIML-based structural equation models
JW Graham
Structural Equation Modeling 10 (1), 80-100, 2003
Planned missing data designs in psychological research.
JW Graham, BJ Taylor, AE Olchowski, PE Cumsille
Psychological methods 11 (4), 323, 2006
An alternative framework for defining mediation
LM Collins, JW Graham, BP Flaherty
Multivariate Behavioral Research 33 (2), 295-312, 1998
Diffusion of a school-based substance abuse prevention program: Predictors of program implementation
LA Rohrbach, JW Graham, WB Hansen
Preventive medicine 22 (2), 237-260, 1993
Social influence processes affecting adolescent substance use.
JW Graham, G Marks, WB Hansen
Journal of Applied Psychology 76 (2), 291, 1991
Maximizing the usefulness of data obtained with planned missing value patterns: An application of maximum likelihood procedures
JW Graham, SM Hofer, DP MacKinnon
Multivariate Behavioral Research 31 (2), 197-218, 1996
On the performance of multiple imputation for multivariate data with small sample size
JW Graham, JL Schafer
Statistical strategies for small sample research 50, 1-27, 1999
Multiple imputation in multivariate research
JW Graham, SM Hofer
Modeling longitudinal and multilevel data, 189-204, 2000
Testing the generalizability of intervening mechanism theories: Understanding the effects of adolescent drug use prevention interventions
SI Donaldson, JW Graham, WB Hansen
Journal of behavioral medicine 17 (2), 195-216, 1994
Analysis with missing data in prevention research.
JW Graham, SM Hofer, SI Donaldson, DP MacKinnon, JL Schafer
American Psychological Association, 1997
Affective and social influences approaches to the prevention of multiple substance abuse among seventh grade students: Results from Project SMART
WB Hansen, CA Johnson, BR Flay, JW Graham, J Sobel
Preventive medicine 17 (2), 135-154, 1988
Peer influence on smoking initiation during early adolescence: a comparison of group members and group outsiders.
PA Aloise-Young, JW Graham, WB Hansen
Journal of applied psychology 79 (2), 281, 1994
Evaluating interventions with differential attrition: the importance of nonresponse mechanisms and use of follow-up data.
JW Graham, SI Donaldson
Journal of Applied Psychology 78 (1), 119, 1993
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