Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Football and the military in contemporary Britain: An exploration of invisible nationalism. Armed Forces & Society
  2. & Missing Value Imputation for RNA-Sequencing Data Using Statistical Models: A Comparative Study. Journal of Statistical Theory and Applications 15(3), 221
  3. & The Dynamics of Quadropoly: League Position in English Football between 1888 and 2010. The International Journal of the History of Sport 33(3), 325-340.
  4. & Prosocial skills in young children with autism, and their mothers’ psychological well-being: Longitudinal relationships. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 13-14, 25-31.
  5. & Robust Modeling of Differential Gene Expression Data Using Normal/Independent Distributions: A Bayesian Approach. PLOS ONE 10(4), e0123791
  6. & Joint modeling of mixed skewed continuous and ordinal longitudinal responses: a Bayesian approach. Journal of Applied Statistics 42(10), 2233-2256.
  7. A Bayesian analysis of unobserved heterogeneity for unemployment duration data in the presence of interval censoring. International Econometric Review
  8. & Joint modeling of multivariate longitudinal mixed measurements and time to event data using a Bayesian approach. Journal of Applied Statistics 41(9), 1934-1955.
  9. The Use of the Statistical Model as an Effective Tool in the Analysis of Multivariate Data in Health Research. Dynamics of Human Health 1(1), 174
  10. The Use of the Statistical Model as an Effective Tool in the Analysis of Multivariate Data in Health Research. Dynamics of Human Health 1(1), 174
  11. & Robust joint modeling of longitudinal measurements and time to event data using normal/independent distributions: A Bayesian approach. Biometrical Journal 55(6), 844-865.
  12. & Object specificity and personal relevance in long-term visual remembering. Memory 21(2), 261-279.
  13. & Is There a Bidirectional Relationship Between Maternal Well-Being and Child Behavior Problems in Autism Spectrum Disorders? Longitudinal Analysis of a Population-Defined Sample of Young Children. Autism Research 6(3), 201-211.
  14. & Social-cognitive processes in preschoolers' selective trust: Three cultures compared.. Developmental Psychology 49(3), 579-590.
  15. & Object naming induces reliance on orientation-independent representations during longer-term, but not short-term, visual remembering. Memory 19(8), 809-824.
  16. & A population-based investigation of behavioural and emotional problems and maternal mental health: associations with autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disability. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 52(1), 91-99.
  17. & Behavior Problems at 5 Years of Age and Maternal Mental Health in Autism and Intellectual Disability. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 39(8), 1137-1147.
  18. & Child Disability and the Dynamics of Family Poverty, Hardship and Financial Strain: Evidence from the UK. Journal of Social Policy 40(04), 653-673.
  19. & A longitudinal analysis of poverty among families supporting a child with a disability. International Journal on Disability and Human Development 9(1), 65-75.
  20. & Poverty transitions among families supporting a child with intellectual disability*. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 1-11.
  21. & Poverty transitions among families supporting a child with intellectual disability. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability 35(4), 224-234.
  22. & Child disability, parental self-rated health and food security: A multivariate cross-sectional analysis. International Journal on Disability and Human Development 8(4)
  23. & A longitudinal analysis of teenage drinking patterns. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health 21(3)
  24. & Modelling trajectories through the educational system in North West England. Education Economics 16(4), 411-431.
  25. & Predictors of early numeracy: Is there a place for mistakes when learning about number?. British Journal of Developmental Psychology 25(4), 543-558.
  26. & Children's understanding of advertising: an investigation using verbal and pictorially cued methods. Infant and Child Development 16(6), 617-628.
  27. & Teenage smoking: A longitudinal analysis. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health 17(2)
  28. & Young People's Entry into Higher Education: Quantifying influential factors. Oxford Review of Education 28(1), 5-20.
  29. & A continuation ratio random effects model for repeated ordinal responses. Statistics in Medicine 19(24), 3377-3388.
  30. 76 Modeling survival data with multiple ordinal outcomes. Controlled Clinical Trials 18(3), S89
  31. & 24 A proportional odds random effects model for repeated ordered responses. Controlled Clinical Trials 18(3), S55
  32. & Fitting a random effects model to ordinal recurrent events using existing software. Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation 55(1-2), 73-86.
  33. & Social Influences on False Belief Access: Specific Sibling Influences or General Apprenticeship?. Child Development 67(6), 2930-2947.
  34. AN APPLICATION OF A MARKED POINT PROCESS IN PRE‐CLINICAL MEDICINE. Statistics in Medicine 15(24), 2751-2762.
  35. Modelling ordinal recurrent events. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 47(1-2), 71-78.
  36. & When Is a Mug Not a Mug? Effects of Content, Naming, and Instructions on Children′s Drawings. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 56(3), 291-302.
  37. Book Reviews. Journal of Applied Statistics 20(4), 528-529.
  38. & Analysis of failure time data with ordinal categories of response. Statistics in Medicine 10(11), 1703-1710.
  39. & Mammographic dysplasia as entry criterion for breast cancer prevention trials. The Lancet 337(8751), 1225

Books

  1. & Statistical Analysis of Continuous Data. SAGE Publications.
  2. & Multivariate Generalized Linear Mixed Models Using R. Informa UK Limited.
  3. & Social Statistics. SAGE Publications.

Book Chapters

  1. Fitting the Continuation Ratio Model using GLIM4. In Advances in GLIM and Statistical Modelling. (pp. 27-33). Springer Science $mathplus$ Business Media.

Other Research Outputs

  1. & (2017). Cartographic treemaps for the visualisation of public health care data.