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    • Cohort Effects on Nonmarital Fertility 

      Stockard, Jean; Gray, Jo Anna; O'Brien, Robert; Stone, Joe A. (Joe Allan), 1948- (University of Oregon, Dept of Economics, 2007-05)
      The authors employ a newly developed method to disentangle age, period and cohort effects on nonmarital fertility ratios (NFR) from 1972 to 2002 for U.S. women aged 20-44 – with a focus on three specific cohort factors: ...
    • Dying to Succeed: A Qualitative Content Analysis of Online News Reports About Affluent Teen Suicide Clusters 

      DeHaan, Tracy (University of Oregon, 2016-10-27)
      The media is a social factor influencing suicide clusters. As a result, the AFSP and the CDC established guidelines for journalists in order to prevent suicide contagion and imitation. Compliance has been inconsistent. ...
    • Race Differences in Cohort Effects on Nonmarital Fertility in the United States 

      Stone, Joe A. (Joe Allan), 1948-; Gray, Jo Anna; Stockard, Jean; O'Brien, Robert (University of Oregon, Dept of Economics, 2008-01)
      We employ newly developed methods to disentangle age, period and cohort effects on nonmarital fertility ratios (NFRs) from 1972 to 2002 for black and white women aged 20-44 in the United States. We focus on three cohort ...
    • The use of mixed models in a modified Iowa Gambling Task and a prisoner’s dilemma game 

      Stockard, Jean; Peters, Ellen; O'Brien, Robert (Society for Judgment and Decision Making,, 2007-02)
      Researchers in the decision making tradition usually analyze multiple decisions within experiments by aggregating choices across individuals and using the individual subject as the unit of analysis. This approach can mask ...