Nicholas J. Horton
Nicholas J. Horton
Beitzel Professor of Technology and Society (Statistics and Data Science), Dept of Math & Statistics
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Normal sexual dimorphism of the adult human brain assessed by in vivo magnetic resonance imaging
JM Goldstein, LJ Seidman, NJ Horton, N Makris, DN Kennedy, ...
Cerebral cortex 11 (6), 490-497, 2001
Much ado about nothing: A comparison of missing data methods and software to fit incomplete data regression models
NJ Horton, KP Kleinman
The American Statistician 61 (1), 79-90, 2007
Strategy for intention to treat analysis in randomised trials with missing outcome data
IR White, NJ Horton, J Carpenter, SJ Pocock
Bmj 342, 2011
Statistical computing software reviews: multiple imputation in practice: comparison of software packages for regression models with missing variables
NJ Horton, SR Lipsitz
Am Stat 55, 244-254, 2001
Review of software to fit generalized estimating equation regression models
NJ Horton, SR Lipsitz
American Statistician, 160-169, 1999
Differential dropout and bias in randomised controlled trials: when it matters and when it may not
ML Bell, MG Kenward, DL Fairclough, NJ Horton
Bmj 346, 2013
Handling missing data in RCTs; a review of the top medical journals
ML Bell, M Fiero, NJ Horton, CH Hsu
BMC medical research methodology 14, 1-8, 2014
Longitudinal associations between binge eating and overeating and adverse outcomes among adolescents and young adults: does loss of control matter?
KR Sonneville, NJ Horton, N Micali, RD Crosby, SA Swanson, F Solmi, ...
JAMA pediatrics 167 (2), 149-155, 2013
Including all individuals is not enough: lessons for intention-to-treat analysis
IR White, J Carpenter, NJ Horton
Clinical trials 9 (4), 396-407, 2012
Left hippocampal volume as a vulnerability indicator for schizophrenia: a magnetic resonance imaging morphometric study of nonpsychotic first-degree relatives
LJ Seidman, SV Faraone, JM Goldstein, WS Kremen, NJ Horton, N Makris, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 59 (9), 839-849, 2002
A potential for bias when rounding in multiple imputation
NJ Horton, SR Lipsitz, M Parzen
The American Statistician 57 (4), 229-232, 2003
Alcohol consumption and antiretroviral adherence among HIV‐infected persons with alcohol problems
JH Samet, NJ Horton, S Meli, KA Freedberg, A Palepu
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 28 (4), 572-577, 2004
Impact of normal sexual dimorphisms on sex differences in structural brain abnormalities in schizophrenia assessed by magnetic resonance imaging
JM Goldstein, LJ Seidman, LM O'Brien, NJ Horton, DN Kennedy, N Makris, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 59 (2), 154-164, 2002
Depression and mortality in a longitudinal study: 1952–2011
SE Gilman, E Sucha, M Kingsbury, NJ Horton, JM Murphy, I Colman
Cmaj 189 (42), E1304-E1310, 2017
The relationship between sexual and physical abuse and substance abuse consequences
J Liebschutz, JB Savetsky, R Saitz, NJ Horton, C Lloyd-Travaglini, ...
Journal of substance abuse treatment 22 (3), 121-128, 2002
Adolescent eating disorders predict psychiatric, high-risk behaviors and weight outcomes in young adulthood
N Micali, F Solmi, NJ Horton, RD Crosby, KT Eddy, JP Calzo, ...
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 54 (8), 652 …, 2015
Guidelines for assessment and instruction in statistics education (GAISE) college report 2016
R Carver, M Everson, J Gabrosek, N Horton, R Lock, M Mocko, ...
AMSTAT, 2016
Cigarette smoking in relation to depression: historical trends from the Stirling County Study
JM Murphy, NJ Horton, RR Monson, NM Laird, AM Sobol, AH Leighton
American Journal of Psychiatry 160 (9), 1663-1669, 2003
Data science in statistics curricula: Preparing students to “think with data”
J Hardin, R Hoerl, NJ Horton, D Nolan, B Baumer, O Hall-Holt, P Murrell, ...
The American Statistician 69 (4), 343-353, 2015
Prospective association of common eating disorders and adverse outcomes
AE Field, KR Sonneville, N Micali, RD Crosby, SA Swanson, NM Laird, ...
Pediatrics 130 (2), e289-e295, 2012
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