Tyler J. VanderWeele
Tyler J. VanderWeele
John L. Loeb and Frances Lehman Loeb Professor of Epidemiology, Harvard University
Verified email at hsph.harvard.edu
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Mediation analysis allowing for exposure–mediator interactions and causal interpretation: theoretical assumptions and implementation with SAS and SPSS macros.
L Valeri, TJ VanderWeele
Psychological methods 18 (2), 137, 2013
9682013
Explanation in causal inference: methods for mediation and interaction
T VanderWeele
Oxford University Press, 2015
9462015
Sensitivity analysis in observational research: introducing the E-value
TJ VanderWeele, P Ding
Annals of internal medicine 167 (4), 268-274, 2017
8502017
Odds ratios for mediation analysis for a dichotomous outcome
TJ VanderWeele, S Vansteelandt
American journal of epidemiology 172 (12), 1339-1348, 2010
5252010
Recommendations for presenting analyses of effect modification and interaction
MJ Knol, TJ VanderWeele
International journal of epidemiology 41 (2), 514-520, 2012
4832012
Conceptual issues concerning mediation, interventions and composition
TJ VanderWeele, S Vansteelandt
Statistics and its Interface 2 (4), 457-468, 2009
4732009
Marginal structural models for the estimation of direct and indirect effects
TJ VanderWeele
Epidemiology 20 (1), 18-26, 2009
4712009
Effect of a housing and case management program on emergency department visits and hospitalizations among chronically ill homeless adults: a randomized trial
LS Sadowski, RA Kee, TJ VanderWeele, D Buchanan
Jama 301 (17), 1771-1778, 2009
4482009
A tutorial on interaction
TJ VanderWeele, MJ Knol
Epidemiologic Methods 3 (1), 33-72, 2014
4062014
Mediation analysis: a practitioner's guide
TJ VanderWeele
Annual review of public health 37, 17-32, 2016
3892016
Bias formulas for sensitivity analysis for direct and indirect effects
TJ VanderWeele
Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.) 21 (4), 540, 2010
3372010
Mediation analysis with multiple mediators
T VanderWeele, S Vansteelandt
Epidemiologic methods 2 (1), 95-115, 2014
3092014
Why is spiritual care infrequent at the end of life? Spiritual care perceptions among patients, nurses, and physicians and the role of training
MJ Balboni, A Sullivan, A Amobi, AC Phelps, DP Gorman, A Zollfrank, ...
Journal of Clinical Oncology 31 (4), 461, 2013
2982013
Estimating measures of interaction on an additive scale for preventive exposures
MJ Knol, TJ VanderWeele, RHH Groenwold, OH Klungel, MM Rovers, ...
European journal of epidemiology 26 (6), 433-438, 2011
2982011
On causal inference in the presence of interference
EJT Tchetgen, TJ VanderWeele
Statistical methods in medical research 21 (1), 55-75, 2012
2862012
Bias formulas for sensitivity analysis of unmeasured confounding for general outcomes, treatments, and confounders
TJ VanderWeele, OA Arah
Epidemiology, 42-52, 2011
2842011
Methodological challenges in Mendelian randomization
TJ VanderWeele, EJT Tchetgen, M Cornelis, P Kraft
Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.) 25 (3), 427, 2014
2682014
Marital satisfaction and break-ups differ across on-line and off-line meeting venues
JT Cacioppo, S Cacioppo, GC Gonzaga, EL Ogburn, TJ VanderWeele
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (25), 10135-10140, 2013
2632013
Barriers to reducing urinary catheter use: a qualitative assessment of a statewide initiative
SL Krein, CP Kowalski, M Harrod, J Forman, S Saint
JAMA internal medicine 173 (10), 881-886, 2013
259*2013
Support of cancer patients' spiritual needs and associations with medical care costs at the end of life
T Balboni, M Balboni, ME Paulk, A Phelps, A Wright, J Peteet, S Block, ...
Cancer 117 (23), 5383-5391, 2011
2492011
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