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Informative Hypotheses

Books and Theses

Books

hoijtink_2011Hoijtink, H. (2011). Informative hypotheses: Theory and practice for behavioral and social scientists. Chapman and Hall/CRC.

 

 

Hoijtink (2011) is a practical book that summarized and exemplies theory, practice and software for the evaluation of informative hypotheses as it has been developed until 2011. Note that software with which informative hypotheses can evaluated can be found on this page.

hoijtink_2008Hoijtink, H., Klugkist, I., & Boelen, P. A. (Eds.). (2008). Bayesian evaluation of informative hypotheses. New York: Springer.

 

 

Theses

2016

dissertation GuXin Gu
Bayesian evaluation of informative hypotheses
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2012

kuiper_2012Rebecca Kuiper
Model selection criteria : How to evaluate order restrictions
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peeters_2012Carel Peeters
Bayesian Exploratory and Confirmatory Factor Analysis: Perspectives on Constrained-Model Selection
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2011

wesel_2011Floryt van Wesel
Priors and prejudice: Using existing knowledge in social science research
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2010

mulder_2010Joris Mulder
Bayesian model selection for constrained multivariate normal linear models
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schoot_2010Rens van de Schoot
Informative hypotheses. How to move beyond classical null hypothesis testing
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2006

laudy_2006Olav Laudy
Bayesian inequality constrained models for categorical data
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2005

kato_2005Bernet Kato
Inequality constrained hierarchical models
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klugkist_2005Irene Klugkist
Inequality constrained normal linear models
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