John W. Graham
John W. Graham
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, 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
Methods for handling missing data
JW Graham, PE Cumsille, AE Shevock
Handbook of Psychology, Second Edition 2, 2012
Missing data: analysis and design
JW Graham
Missing Data, 3-46, 2012
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
An alternative framework for defining mediation
LM Collins, JW Graham, BP Flaherty
Multivariate Behavioral Research 33 (2), 295-312, 1998
Planned missing data designs in psychological research.
JW Graham, BJ Taylor, AE Olchowski, PE Cumsille
Psychological methods 11 (4), 323, 2006
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
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
Analysis with missing data in prevention research.
JW Graham, SM Hofer, SI Donaldson, DP MacKinnon, JL Schafer
American Psychological Association, 1997
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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