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overview Donald Hedeker's chief expertise is in the development and use of advanced statistical methods for clustered and longitudinal data, with particular emphasis on mixed-effects models. He is the primary author of several freeware computer programs for mixed-effects analysis. With Robert Gibbons, Don is the author of the text “Longitudinal Data Analysis,” published by Wiley in 2006. More recently, he has developed methods and software for analysis of intensive longitudinal data, which are data with many measurements over time, often collected using mobile devices and/or the internet. Such data are increasingly obtained by researchers in many research areas, for example in the areas of mobile health (mHealth) and ecological momentary assessment (EMA) studies. He is an associate editor for Statistics in Medicine and Journal of Statistical Software.

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Academic Article A comment on the selection of 'healthy controls' for psychiatric experiments.
Academic Article Regression toward the mean: more on the price of beer and the salaries of priests.
Academic Article Initial severity and differential treatment outcome in the National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program.
Academic Article Some conceptual and statistical issues in analysis of longitudinal psychiatric data. Application to the NIMH treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program dataset.
Academic Article Intention-to-treat analyses in behavioral medicine randomized clinical trials.
Academic Article An application of the thresholds of change model to the analysis of mental health data.
Academic Article Functional declines, social support, and mental health in the elderly: does living in a state supportive of home and community-based services make a difference?
Award or Honor Receipt Long-Term Excellence Award, Health Policy Statistics Section ASA
Academic Article Sweet taste liking is associated with subjective response to amphetamine in women but not men.
Academic Article Mean level of positive affect moderates associations between volatility in positive affect, mental health, and alcohol consumption among mothers.

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