Harvey Goldstein's publications from 1963 to present

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 Goldstein, H. (2013). Evaluating educational changes (PDF, 126kB):a statistical perspective. Ensaio: aval. pol. públ. Educ., Rio de Janeiro, v. 21, n. 78, p. 101-114, jan./mar. 2013.     

Goldstein, H., Carpenter, J. R. and Browne, W. J. (2013), Fitting multilevel multivariate models with missing data in responses (PDF, 567kB) and covariates that may include interactions and non-linear terms. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society). doi: 10.1111/rssa.12022

Dezateux et al. (2013). Life Study: a UK-wide birth cohort study of environment, development, health (PDF, 232kB) and wellbeing. The Lancet, Volume 382, Issue , Page S31, 29 November 2013. doi:10.1016/S0140-36(13)62456-3

Harron, K., Goldstein, H., Wade, A., Muller-Peabody B., Parslow, R., and Gilbert, R. (2013). Linkage, Evaluation and Analysis of National Electronic Healthcare Data: (PDF, 1,712kB) Application to Providing Enhanced Blood-Stream Infection Surveillance in Paediatric Intensive Care. PLoS ONE 8(12):e85278. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0085278

2014

Lynn, P., Kaminska, O., and Goldstein, H. (2014). Panel Attrition: How Important is Interviewer Continuity? (PDF, 331kB) panel attrition (PDF, 331kB) Journal of Official Statistics, Vol. 30, No. 3, 2014, pp. 443–457, DOI: 10.2478/JOS-2014-0028

Goldstein, H. (2014).  Using League Table Rankings in Public Policy Formation:Statistical Issues (PDF, 663kB). Annu. Rev. Stat. Appl. 2014. 1:385–99. DOI: 10.1146/annurev-statistics-022513-115615

Dezateux, C., Brockelhurst, P., Burgess, S., Burton, P., Carey, A., Colson, D., Dibben, C., Elliot, P., Emond, A., Goldstein, H., Graham, H., Kelly, F., Knowles, R., Leon, D., Lyons, G., Reay, D., Vognoles, A., Walton, S. (2013). Life Study: a UK-wide birth cohort study of environment, development, health, and wellbeing. Life study (PDF, 46kB) (2013). The Lancet, Volume 382, Page S31, 29 November 2013. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(13)62456-3

Harron K, Goldstein H, Wade A, Muller-Pebody B, Parslow R, et al. (2013) Linkage, Evaluation and Analysis of National Electronic Healthcare Data: Application to Providing Enhanced Blood-Stream Infection Surveillance in Paediatric Intensive Care. Blood stream infection (PDF, 1,690kB) PLoS ONE 8(12): e85278. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0085278

Knowles RL, Bull C, Wren C, Wade A, Goldstein H, et al. (2014) Modelling Survival and Mortality Risk to 15 Years of Age for a National Cohort of Children with Serious Congenital Heart Defects Diagnosed in Infancy.Survival and mortality risk (PDF, 535kB) PLoS ONE 9(8): e106806. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0106806

(http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0106806)

Fagg J, Chadwick P, Cole TJ, Cummins S, Goldstein H, Lewis H, Morris S, Radley D, Sacher P & Law C. (2014) From trial to population: a study of a family-based community intervention for childhood overweight implemented at scale.Obesity intervention IJO (PDF, 655kB) International  Journal of  Obesity 2014. Online link: http://www.nature.com/ijo/journal/v38/n10/full/ijo2014103a.html

Fagg J, Cole TJ, Cummins S, Goldstein H, Morris S, Radley D, Sacher P & Law C. (2014). After the RCT: who comes to a family-based intervention for childhood overweight or obesity when it is implemented at scale in the community? Obesity intervention JECH (PDF, 1,393kB) Journal of epidemiology and community health 2014. Online link: http://jech.bmj.com/content/early/2014/10/07/jech-2014-204155.full

Katie Harron, Angie Wade, Ruth Gilbert, Berit Muller-Peabody and Harvey Goldstein (2014). Evaluating Bias in health care records. Bias in linkage for health care records (PDF, 1,302kB) BMC Medical Research Methodology 2014, 14:36

http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2288/14/36

2015

Goldstein, H. (2015) Validity, science and educational measurement. Validity science and educational measurement (PDF, 328kB) Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice, 22:2, 193-201, DOI: 10.1080/0969594X.2015.1015402

Leckie, G. and Goldstein, H (2015). A multilevel modelling approach to measuring changing patterns of ethnic composition and segregation  among London secondary schools, 2001–2010.   A Multilevel Modelling Approach to Measuring Changing Patterns of Ethnic (PDF, 1,472kB) J. R. Statist. Soc. A (2015) 178, Part 2, pp. 405–424.

Goldstein, H (2015). Rasch measurement: a response to Payanides, Robinson and Tymms. Response on Rasch model (PDF, 73kB) British Educational Research Journal. Vol. 41, No. 1, February 2015, pp. 176–179. DOI: 10.1002/berj.3170

Vassallo, R., Durrant, GB, Smith, PWF and Goldstein, H. (2015). Interviewer effects on non-response propensity in longitudinal surveys: a multilevel modelling Approach. Interviewer effects (PDF, 741kB) J. R. Statist. Soc. A (2015) 178, Part 1, pp. 83–99.

Leon Feinstein, John Jerrim, Anna Vignoles, Harvey Goldstein, Robert French, Elizabeth Washbrook, RaeHyuck Lee, Ruth Lupton. (2015). Comment and Debate: Social class differences in early cognitive development. Debate on feinstein research (PDF, 1,472kB)Longitudinal and Life Course Studies  Vol 6, No 3 (2015):  DOI: 10.14301/llcs.v6i3.361

Goldstein, H. (2015). Ofqual’s reliability compendium (Review). Reliability compendium review (PDF, 260kB) Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice, 22:4, 495-497, DOI: 10.1080/0969594X.2014.970613

 Goldstein, H. and Harron, K. (2015). Record linkage: a missing data problem.Chapter 6 RL book (PDF, 735kB). In “Harron, K., Goldstein, H. and Dibben, C. (Eds.)  (2015). Methodological Developments in data Linkage.”  Chichester, Wiley

 Goldstein, H. (2015). Do we require representative population samplesRepresentativeness debate (PDF, 658kB)? (a debate). Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 2015 Volume 6 Issue 4 Pp 447 – 475

Goldstein, H. (2015). Jumping to the wrong conclusionsMeasurement errors_Significance (PDF, 6,985kB) Significance, 12, 5. DOI: 10.1111/j.1740-9713.2015.00853.x

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2016

 Cumming, J., and Goldstein, H. (2016). Handling attrition in the Longitudinal study of Australian Youth.handling attrition LSAY (PDF, 808kB). Longitudinal and Lifecourse studies journal, 7, 53-63.    DOI: 10.14301/llcs.v7i1.342

Goldstein, H. and leckie G. (2016). Trends in exam performance E&W (PDF, 366kB) British Educational research Journal,   ,   ,  . DOI:10.1002/berj.3220

Goldstein, H. & Browne, W.  (2016). Multilevel Models - a review for Wiley StatsRef (PDF, 831kB)Multilevel Models - a review for Wiley StatsRef (PDF, 831kB)Multilevel Models - a review for Wiley StatsRef (PDF, 831kB)Multilevel Models - a review for Wiley StatsRef (PDF, 831kB)Multilevel Models - a review for Wiley StatsRef (PDF, 831kB)Multilevel Models - a review for Wiley StatsRef (PDF, 831kB)‌  Wiley StatsRef, p. 1-8

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2017

Goldstein, H., Harron, K. and Cortina-Borja, M. (2017). A scaling approach to record linkage. (PDF, 126kB). Statistics in Medicine . DOI: 10.1002/sim.7287

Harron, K., Hagger-Johnson, G., Gilbert, R., and Goldstein, H. (2017). Evaluating linkage quality_IJE (PDF, 543kB). BMC Medical Research Methodology, 17:23. DOI 10.1186/s12874-017-0306-8

Goldstein, H (2017).Goldstein - A response to assessment and learning fields apart (PDF, 668kB) Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice, 24:3, 388-393, DOI:10.1080/0969594X.2017.1319338

Gilbert, R., Lafferty, R., Hagger-Johnson, G., Harron, K., Zhang, LC., Smith, P., Dibben, C., and Goldstein, H. (2017). GUILD: Guidelines for information about record linkage (PDF, 258kB). Journal of Public Health | pp. 1–8 | doi:10.1093/pubmed/fdx037

 Leckie_and_Goldstein-2017-British_Educational_Research_Journal (PDF, 406kB): History of school league tables. Brit. Ed. Res. J., 43, 193-212. DOI: 10.1002/berj.3264

Goldstein, H., Leckie, G., Charlton, C., Tilling, K., and Browne, WJ. (2017). Level 1 variance growth modelling (PDF, 246kB). Statistical Methods in Medical Research, DOI: 10.1177/0962280217706728

Goldstein, H., Elias, P., Sera, F, and Dezateux, C. (2017). Integrating area-based and national samples in birth cohort studies: the case of life study methodology_LLCS (PDF, 469kB).Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 2017 Volume 8 Issue 3 Pp 281 – 289. DOI: 10.14301/llcs.v8i3.439

Goldstein, H. (2017). Measurement and Evaluation Issues with PISA (PDF, 622kB). In The PISA effect on global educational governance, ed. Louis Volante, New York and London, Routledge

Goldstein, h., Browne, WJ., and Charlton, c. (2017). Measurement errors and missing data (PDF, 1,313kB), with an application to higher education participation in Australia.  journal of applied statistics, 2017 doi: 10.1080/02664763.2017.1322558

Harron, K., Hagger-Johnson, G., Gilbert, R., and Goldstein, H. (2017). variation in identifier errors in linkage (PDF, 764kB). BMC Medical Research Methodology, 17:23. DOI 10.1186/s12874-017-0306-8

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