References in zbMATH (referenced in 15 articles , 1 standard article )

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  1. Kurzyk, Dariusz; Glos, Adam: Quantum inferring acausal structures and the Monty Hall problem (2016)
  2. Gill, Jeff: Bayesian methods. A social and behavioral sciences approach (2015)
  3. Huo, Yan; de la Torre, Jimmy; Mun, Eun-Young; Kim, Su-Young; Ray, Anne E.; Jiao, Yang; White, Helene R.: A hierarchical multi-unidimensional IRT approach for analyzing sparse, multi-group data for integrative data analysis (2015)
  4. Matzke, Dora; Dolan, Conor V.; Batchelder, William H.; Wagenmakers, Eric-Jan: Bayesian estimation of multinomial processing tree models with heterogeneity in participants and items (2015)
  5. Dippold, Katrin; Hruschka, Harald: Variable selection for market basket analysis (2013)
  6. Bansal, Ashok K.; Aggarwa, Priyanka: Bayes pre-test estimation for the change point of the changing one parameter exponential family (2012)
  7. Kim, Hea-Jung: On a class of multivariate normal selection priors and its applications in Bayesian inference (2011)
  8. Chechile, Richard A.: Modeling storage and retrieval processes with clinical populations with applications examining alcohol-induced amnesia and Korsakoff amnesia (2010)
  9. Edwards, Michael C.: A Markov chain Monte Carlo approach to confirmatory item factor analysis (2010)
  10. Fridberg, Daniel J.; Queller, Sarah; Ahn, Woo-Young; Kim, Woojae; Bishara, Anthony J.; Busemeyer, Jerome R.; Porrino, Linda; Stout, Julie C.: Cognitive mechanisms underlying risky decision-making in chronic cannabis users (2010)
  11. Klauer, Karl Christoph: Hierarchical multinomial processing tree models: a latent-trait approach (2010)
  12. Purdy, Brendan P.; Batchelder, William H.: A context-free language for binary multinomial processing tree models (2009)
  13. Gill, Jeff: Bayesian methods. A social and behavioral sciences approach (2008)
  14. Liu, Charles C.; Aitkin, Murray: Bayes factors: Prior sensitivity and model generalizability (2008)
  15. Gill, Jeff: Bayesian methods. A social and behavioral sciences approach (2002)