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Paul E. Stillman, James D. Wilson, Matthew J. Denny, Bruce A. Desmarais, Shankar Bhamidi, Skyler J. Cranmer, and Zhong-Lin Lu. Statistical Modeling of the Default Mode Brain Network Reveals a Segregated Highway Structure. Scientific Reports, 7, Article number: 11694, 2017.
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Philip Leifeld, Skyler J. Cranmer, and Bruce A. Desmarais. Temporal Exponential Random Graph Models with btergm: Estimation and Bootstrap Confidence Intervals. Journal of Statistical Software, Accepted.
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Skyler J. Cranmer and Bruce A. Desmarais. What can we learn from predictive modeling? Political Analysis, Accepted.
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Bruce A. Desmarais and Skyler J. Cranmer. Statistical inference in political networks research. In Jennifer Nicoll Victor, Alexander H. Montgomery, and Mark Lubell, editors, The Oxford Handbook of Political Networks. Oxford University Press, 2017.
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James D. Wilson, Matthew J. Denny, Shankar Bhamidi, Skyler J. Cranmer, and Bruce A. Desmarais. Stochastic Weighted Graphs: Flexible Model Specification and Simulation. Social Networks, Accepted.
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Abigail A. Rury, Frederick Boehmke, Bruce A. Desmarais, and Jeffrey J. Harden. The Seeds of Policy Change: Leveraging Diffusion to Disseminate Policy Innovations. Journal of Health Policy, Politics, and Law, Accepted.
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James ben Aaron, Matthew J. Denny, Bruce A. Desmarais, and Hanna Wallach. Transparency by Conformity: A Field Experiment Evaluating Openness in Local Governments. Public Administration Review, Accepted.
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Skyler J. Cranmer and Bruce A. Desmarais. A Critique of Dyadic Design. International Studies Quarterly, Accepted.
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Mia Costa, Bruce A. Desmarais and John A. Hird. Science Use in Regulatory Impact Analysis: The effects of Political Attention and Controversy. Review of Policy Research, 33(3):251-269, 2016.
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Bruce A. Desmarais, Jeffrey J. Harden, and Frederick J. Boehmke. Persistent Policy Pathways: Inferring Diffusion Networks in the American States. American Political Science Review, 109(02), 392-406, 2015.
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Bruce A. Desmarais, Vincent G. Moscardelli, Brian F. Schaffner, and Michael S. Kowal.Measuring Legislative Collaboration: The Senate Press Events Network. Social Networks, 40, 43-54, 2015.
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Bruce A. Desmarais, Raymond J. La Raja, and Michael S. Kowal. The Fates of Challengers in US House Elections: The Role of Extended Party Networks in Supporting Candidates and Shaping Electoral Outcomes. American Journal of Political Science, 59(1), 194-211, 2015.
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Bruce A. Desmarais and John A. Hird. Public Policy's Bibliography: The Use of Research in U.S. Regulatory Impact Analyses. Regulation & Governance, 8(4), 497-510, 2014.
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Skyler J. Cranmer, Tobias Heinrich, and Bruce A. Desmarais. Reciprocity and the Structural Determinants of the International Sanctions Network. Social Networks,36(January):5-22, 2014.
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Bruce A. Desmarais and Jeffrey J. Harden. An Unbiased Model Comparison Test Using Cross-Validation. Quality & Quantity,48 (4), 2155-2173, 2014.
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Bruce A. Desmarais and Jeffrey J. Harden. Testing for Zero-Inflation in Count Models: Bias Correction for the Vuong Test. The Stata Journal, 13(4):810-835, 2013.
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Peter Krafft, Juston Moore, Hanna Wallach, and Bruce Desmarais. Topic-Partitioned Multinet work Embeddings. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems, 2012.
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Bruce A. Desmarais and Skyler J. Cranmer. Micro-level interpretation of exponential random graph models with application to estuary networks. Policy Studies Journal, 40(3):402-434, 2012.
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Skyler J. Cranmer, Bruce A. Desmarais, and Justin H. Kirkland. Toward a Network Theory of Alliance Formation. International Interactions, 38(3):295-324, 2012.
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Stuart M. Benjamin and Bruce A. Desmarais. Standing the Test of Time; The Breadth of Majority Coalitions and the Fate of U.S. Supreme Court Precedents. Journal of Legal Analysis, 4(2):445-469.
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Skyler J. Cranmer, Bruce A. Desmarais, and Elizabeth Menninga. Complex Dependencies in the Alliance Network. Conflict Management and Peace Science, 29(3):279-313, 2012.
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Bruce A. Desmarais and Jeffrey J. Harden. Comparing partial likelihood and robust estimation methods for the cox regression model. Political Analysis, 20(1):113-135, 2012.
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Bruce A. Desmarais and Skyler J. Cranmer. Statistical inference for valued-edge networks: The generalized exponential random graph model. PLoS ONE, 7(1):e30136, 01 2012.
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Bruce A. Desmarais. Lessons in disguise: Multivariate predictive mistakes in collective choice models. Public Choice, 151(3):719-737, 2012.
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Bruce A. Desmarais and Skyler J. Cranmer. Statistical Mechanics of Networks: Estimation and Uncertainty. Physica A, 391(4):1865-1876, 2012.
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Skyler J. Cranmer and Bruce A. Desmarais. Inferential Network Analysis with Exponential Random Graph Models. Political Analysis, 19(1):66-86, 2011.
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Jeffrey J. Harden and Bruce A. Desmarais. Linear Models with Outliers: Choosing Between Conditional- Mean and Conditional-Median Methods. State Politics & Policy Quarterly, 11(4):371-389, 2011.
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Allison T. Freeman and Bruce A. Desmarais. Portfolio Adjustment to Home Equity Accumulation among CRA Borrowers. Journal of Housing Research, 20(2):141-160, 2011.
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Bruce A. Desmarais and Skyler J. Cranmer. Forecasting the Locational Dynamics of Transnational Terrorism: A Network Analytic Approach. In Proceedings of the European Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference (EISIC) 2011. IEEE Computer Society, 2011.
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Bruce A. Desmarais and Skyler J. Cranmer. Consistent Confidence Intervals for Maximum Pseudolikelihood Estimators. Neural Information Processing Systems 2010 Workshop on Computational Social Science and the Wisdom of Crowds, 2010.
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