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To GEE or not to GEE: comparing population average and mixed models for estimating the associations between neighborhood risk factors and health.

Hubbard AE, Ahern J, Fleischer NL, Van der Laan M, Lippman SA, Jewell N, Bruckner T, Satariano WA.

Epidemiology. 2010 Jul;21(4):467-74. doi: 10.1097/EDE.0b013e3181caeb90.

PMID:
20220526
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Comparison of generalized estimating equations and quadratic inference functions using data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth (NLSCY) database.

Odueyungbo A, Browne D, Akhtar-Danesh N, Thabane L.

BMC Med Res Methodol. 2008 May 9;8:28. doi: 10.1186/1471-2288-8-28.

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[Meta-analysis of the Italian studies on short-term effects of air pollution].

Biggeri A, Bellini P, Terracini B; Italian MISA Group.

Epidemiol Prev. 2001 Mar-Apr;25(2 Suppl):1-71. Italian.

PMID:
11515188
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Regression models for multiple outcomes in large epidemiologic studies.

Bull SB.

Stat Med. 1998 Oct 15;17(19):2179-97.

PMID:
9802177
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Segmented regression with errors in predictors: semi-parametric and parametric methods.

K├╝chenhoff H, Carroll RJ.

Stat Med. 1997 Jan 15-Feb 15;16(1-3):169-88.

PMID:
9004390
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Power determination for geographically clustered data using generalized estimating equations.

Hendricks SA, Wassell JT, Collins JW, Sedlak SL.

Stat Med. 1996 Sep 15-30;15(17-18):1951-60.

PMID:
8888487
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Applying sample survey methods to clinical trials data.

LaVange LM, Koch GG, Schwartz TA.

Stat Med. 2001 Sep 15-30;20(17-18):2609-23.

PMID:
11523072
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Comparison of population-averaged and subject-specific approaches for analyzing repeated binary outcomes.

Hu FB, Goldberg J, Hedeker D, Flay BR, Pentz MA.

Am J Epidemiol. 1998 Apr 1;147(7):694-703.

PMID:
9554609
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Flexible modeling via a hybrid estimation scheme in generalized mixed models for longitudinal data.

Leung Lai T, Shih MC, Wong SP.

Biometrics. 2006 Mar;62(1):159-67.

PMID:
16542242
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Efforts to adjust for confounding by neighborhood using complex survey data.

Brumback BA, Dailey AB, He Z, Brumback LC, Livingston MD.

Stat Med. 2010 Aug 15;29(18):1890-9. doi: 10.1002/sim.3946.

PMID:
20680982
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Bayesian adjustment for covariate measurement errors: a flexible parametric approach.

Hossain S, Gustafson P.

Stat Med. 2009 May 15;28(11):1580-600. doi: 10.1002/sim.3552.

PMID:
19226564
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Extended follow-up and spatial analysis of the American Cancer Society study linking particulate air pollution and mortality.

Krewski D, Jerrett M, Burnett RT, Ma R, Hughes E, Shi Y, Turner MC, Pope CA 3rd, Thurston G, Calle EE, Thun MJ, Beckerman B, DeLuca P, Finkelstein N, Ito K, Moore DK, Newbold KB, Ramsay T, Ross Z, Shin H, Tempalski B.

Res Rep Health Eff Inst. 2009 May;(140):5-114; discussion 115-36.

PMID:
19627030
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Effects of long-term exposure to traffic-related air pollution on respiratory and cardiovascular mortality in the Netherlands: the NLCS-AIR study.

Brunekreef B, Beelen R, Hoek G, Schouten L, Bausch-Goldbohm S, Fischer P, Armstrong B, Hughes E, Jerrett M, van den Brandt P.

Res Rep Health Eff Inst. 2009 Mar;(139):5-71; discussion 73-89.

PMID:
19554969

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