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Kelvyn Jones, FBA  FLSW FAcSS
Kelvyn Jones, FBA FLSW FAcSS
Professor of Geography, University of Bristol, Centre for Multilevel Modelling
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Manual supplement for MLwiN Version 3.01
J Rasbash, C Charlton, K Jones, R Pillinger
3512*2017
Explaining fixed effects: Random effects modeling of time-series cross-sectional and panel data
A Bell, K Jones
Political Science Research and Methods 3 (1), 133-153, 2015
13392015
Context, composition and heterogeneity: using multilevel models in health research
C Duncan, K Jones, G Moon
Social science & medicine 46 (1), 97-117, 1998
8761998
The Practice of Quantitative Methods; An Introduction to Statistical Modelling; Random Reflections on modelling,geography and voting in Theory and methods in social research
B Somekh, C Lewin
Sage Publications Ltd, 2011
579*2011
Health, disease and society: a critical medical geography
K Jones, G Moon
Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd, 1987
517*1987
Fixed and random effects models: making an informed choice
A Bell, M Fairbrother, K Jones
Quality & Quantity 53 (2), 1051-1074, 2019
4972019
Multilevel methods for public health research. Neighborhoods and Health. Edited by: Kawachi I, Berkman LF.
SV Subramanian, K Jones, C Duncan
New York: Oxford University Press, 2003
447*2003
Variance partitioning in multilevel logistic models that exhibit overdispersion
WJ Browne, SV Subramanian, K Jones, H Goldstein
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2005
4432005
Health-related behaviour in context: a multilevel modelling approach
C Duncan, K Jones, G Moon
Social science & medicine 42 (6), 817-830, 1996
4091996
Smoking and deprivation: are there neighbourhood effects?
C Duncan, K Jones, G Moon
Social science & medicine 48 (4), 497-505, 1999
4001999
Individuals and their ecologies: analysing the geography of chronic illness within a multilevel modelling framework
K Jones, C Duncan
Health and Place, 27-40, 1995
3981995
Do places matter? A multi-level analysis of regional variations in health-related behaviour in Britain
C Duncan, K Jones, G Moon
Social science & medicine 37 (6), 725-733, 1993
3901993
Revisiting Robinson: the perils of individualistic and ecologic fallacy
SV Subramanian, K Jones, A Kaddour, N Krieger
International journal of epidemiology 38 (2), 342-360, 2009
3132009
Blood pressure, age and gender
C Duncan, K Jones, G Moon
Multilevel modelling application. A guide for users of MLn, 59-84, 1996
250*1996
Medical geography: taking space seriously
K Jones, G Moon
Progress in human geography 17 (4), 515-524, 1993
2421993
Contextual risk factors for the common mental disorders in Britain: a multilevel investigation of the effects of place
S Weich, L Twigg, G Holt, G Lewis, K Jones
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 57 (8), 616-621, 2003
238*2003
Country-and individual-level socioeconomic determinants of depression: multilevel cross-national comparison
D Rai, P Zitko, K Jones, J Lynch, R Araya
The British Journal of Psychiatry 202 (3), 195-203, 2013
2322013
Confounding and collinearity in regression analysis: a cautionary tale and an alternative procedure, illustrated by studies of British voting behaviour
R Johnston, K Jones, D Manley
Quality & quantity 52 (4), 1957-1976, 2018
2242018
Local neighbourhood and mental health: evidence from the UK
C Propper, K Jones, A Bolster, S Burgess, R Johnston, R Sarker
Social science & medicine 61 (10), 2065-2083, 2005
2202005
Social capital, geography and health: a small-area analysis for England
J Mohan, L Twigg, S Barnard, K Jones
Social science & medicine 60 (6), 1267-1283, 2005
2182005
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