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Ancillary Materials in Volume 12
Annabel Bolck, Marcel Croon & Jacques Hagenaars
Estimating Latent Structure Models with Categorical Variables: One-Step Versus Three-Step Estimators
Political Analysis 2004 12: 3-27
Thomas L. Brunell & John DiNardo
A Propensity Score Reweighting Approach to Estimating the Partisan Effects of Full Turnout in American Presidential Elections
Political Analysis 2004 12: 28-45
Simple Bayesian Inference for Qualitative Political Research
Political Analysis 2004 12: 386-399
Jamie Carson, Michael Crespin, Jeffery Jenkins & Ryan Vander Wielen
Shrinking in the Contemporary Congress: A Reappraisal
Political Analysis 2004 12: 176-179
The Effect of Social Conformity on Collective Voting Behavior
Political Analysis 2004 12: 76-96
Rodolfo Espino and Michael M. Franz
Retesting Committee Composition Hypothesis for the U.S. Congress
Political Analysis 2004 12: 196-198
Sanford C. Gordon & Alastair Smith
Quantitative Leverage Through Qualitative Knowledge: Augmenting the Statistical Analysis of Complex Causes
Political Analysis 2004 12: 233-255
Kevin T. McGuire
The Institutionalization of the US Supreme Court
Political Analysis 2004 12: 128-142
Lawrence S. Rothenberg and Mitchell S. Sanders
Reply to "Shrinking in the Contemporary Congress: A Reappraisal"
Political ANalysis 2004 12: 180-181
Stephen M. Shellman
Time Series Intervals & Statistical Inference: The Effects of Temporal Aggregation on Event Data Analysis
Political Analysis 2004 12: 97-104
How One Mistake Leads to Another: On the Importance of Verification/Replication
Political Analysis 2004 12: 199
Bruce Western & Meredith Kleykamp
A Bayesian Change Point Model for Historical Time Series Analysis
Political Analysis 2004 12: 354-374