Publications and Reports

 

Cramer, Elliot. M. and J.C. R. Licklider (1957).  The pitch of a train of pulses of random polarity. 

Journal of the Acoustical Society of America,  29, 780.  (Abstract)

 

Cramer, Elliot. M. and W. H. Huggins (1958).  Creation of pitch through binaural interaction.  

Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 30, 413-417.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1962).  A general correlation program for the IBM 650.  

Educational and Psychological Measurement, Spring, 149-154.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1962).  Fitting the normal ogive on the IBM 650.  Educational

and Psychological Measurement, Spring, 177-181.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1962).  The long-term effects of experience on judgments of

loudness.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 14, 271-280.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1962).  A comparison of three methods of fitting the normal

ogive.  Psychometrika, 27, 183-192.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1962).  Review of Goldberg, Introduction to difference

equations.  Educational and Psychological Measurement, 22, 632-634.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1963).  Review of Colman and Smallwood, Computer language, an

auto-instructional introduction to Fortran.  Educational and Psy-

chological Measurement, 23, 219-221.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1963).  Review of Miller, An introduction to the calculus of

finite differences and difference equations.  Educational and Psychological

Measurement, 23, 221-222.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1964).  Some comparisons of methods of fitting the dosage

response curve for small samples.  Journal of the American Statistical

Association, 59, 779-793.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1966).  A general multivariate and univariate analysis of

variance computer program.  Proceedings of the Annual Meeting, Ameri-

can  Statistical Association, September 1965.

 

Clyde, D. J., Cramer, E. M., & Sherin, R. J. (1966).  Multivariate

Statistical Programs.  (1st ed.)  Coral Gables, Florida:  Biometric

Laboratory, University of Miami, 1966.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1966).  Some model designs for psychopharmacology experiments. 

Proceedings of Collegium Internationale Neuro-Psychopharmacologicum,

March, 1966, Excerpta Medica International Congress Series 129,  55-61.

 

Cramer, E. M., & Bock, R. D. (1966).  Multivariate analysis.  Review of

Educational Research, 1966, 36, 604-617.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1967).  Equivalence of two methods of computing discriminant

function coefficients.  Biometrics, 23, 153.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1967).  Revised MANOVA Program, 1967, revision for the IBM

360.

 

Youngs, E. A., & Cramer, E. M. (1968).  Some results relevant to choice of

sum and sum-of-product algorithms.  L. L. Thurstone Psychometric

Laboratory  Report No. 58, Chapel Hill, NC.

 

 

Gendre, F., & Cramer, E. M. (1970).  Clinical methods in vocational

guidance,  a reconsideration.  L. L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory

Report No. 87, Chapel Hill, NC.

 

 

Cramer, E. M. (1970).  Revised MANOVA Program, 1970, new revision for the

IBM  360.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1970).  On oblique procrustes rotation from an oblique

structure.  L. L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory Report No. 88, Chapel

Hill, NC.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1971).  A generalization of vector correlation and its

relation to canonical correlation.  L. L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory

Report No. 99, Chapel Hill, NC. (Different version published in 1974)

 

Cramer, E. M. (1971).  Review of P. J. Rulon, D. V. Tiedeman, M. M. Tatsuoka,

 and C. R. Langmuir, Multivariate statistics for personnel classification.

Contemporary Psychology, 16, 72-74.

 

Youngs, E. A., & Cramer, E. M. (1971).  Some results relevant to choice of

sum and sum-of-product algorithms.  Technometrics, 13, 657-665. 

(Revision of Youngs & Cramer, 1968)

 

Cramer, E. M. (1971).  Review of Multivariate model building by John

Sonquist. Psychometrika, 36, 440-442.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1972).  Letter:  Standard error of forecast in multiple

regression.  The American Statistician, June, 63-64.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1972).  Letter:  Missing values in experimental design models.

The American Statistician, October, 58.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1972).  Significance tests and tests of models in multiple

regression.  The American Statistician, October, 26-30.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1972).  Letter:  Unbiased estimation of the standard error. 

The American Statistician, December, 43.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1973).  Note:  A simple derivation of the canonical

correlation equations.  Biometrics, 29, 379-380.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1973).  Review of Tatsuoka, M. M.  Multivariate analysis:

techniques for educational and psychological research.  Contemporary

Psychology, 18, 277-278.

 

Appelbaum, M. I., & Cramer, E. M. (1973).  Some problems in the nonorthogonal

analysis of variance.  L. L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory

Report No. 120, Chapel Hill, NC.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1973).  MANOVA, a computer program for multivariate and

univariate analysis of variance.  Computer Science and Statistics,

Seventh Annual Symposium on the Interface, 245-251.

 

Schulman, R. & Cramer, Em M. (1973).  Comparison of the accuracies of some

regression algorithms.  L. L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory Report

No. 123, Chapel Hill, NC.

 

Cramer, E. M., & Appelbaum, M. I. (1973).  Tukey's test for non-additivity

as  a test of the linear x linear component of interaction.  L. L.

Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory Report No. 125, Chapel Hill, NC.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1974).  A simple generalized inverse.  L. L. Thurstone

Psychometric Laboratory Report No. 128, Chapel Hill, NC.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1974).  Brief report:  The distribution of partial

correlations and generalizations.  Multivariate Behavioral Research, 9,

119-122.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1974).  Brief report:  The use of highly correlated

predictors in regression analysis.  Multivariate Behavioral Research, 9,

241-243.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1974).  On Browne's solution for oblique procrustes rotation.

Psychometrika, 39, 159-163.

 

Appelbaum, M. I., & Cramer, E. M. (1974).  Some problems in the nonorthogonal 

analysis of variance.  Psychological Bulletin, 81, 335-343.  (An

abbreviated version of Appelbaum & Cramer, 1973)

 

Cramer, E. M., & Appelbaum, M.I. (1974).  Review of Hays, W. L. Statistics

for the social sciences.  Contemporary Psychology, 19, 406-407.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1974).  A generalization of vector correlation and its

relation to canonical correlation.  Multivariate Behavioral Research, 9,

347-351.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1974).  Note:  Computation of residual sums of squares in

regression analysis.  Biometrics, 30, 717-718.

 

Schulman, R., & Cramer, E. M. (1974).  A Monte Carlo study of the power of

Tukey's test for non-additivity.  L. L. Thurstone Psychometric

Laboratory Research Memorandum No. 41.  Chapel Hill, NC.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1975).  The relation between Rao's paradox in discriminant

analysis and regression analysis.  Multivariate Behavioral Research,

10, 99-107.

 

Schulman, R., & Cramer, E. M. (1975).  Comparison of the accuracies of some

regression algorithms.  Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation,

4, 85-93.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1975).  Review of Multiple classification analysis by Andrews,

et al. Psychometrika, 40, 265.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1975).  Review of Searching for structure by Sonquist, et al.

Psychometrika, 40, 263-265.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1975).  Review of The detection of interaction effects by

Sonquist and Morgan.  Psychometrika, 40, 266.

 

Maxwell, S. E., & Cramer, E. M. (1975).  A note on analysis of covariance.

Psychological Bulletin, 82, 187-190.

 

Takane, Y., & Cramer, E. M. (1975).  Regions of significance in multiple

regression analysis.  Multivariate Behavioral Research, 10, 373-384.

 

Appelbaum, M. I., & Cramer, E. M. (1976).  Balancing--Analysis of variance

by  another name.  Journal of Educational Statistics, 1, 233-252.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1976).  A nonorthogonal analysis of variance program.  Journal

of the American Statistical Association, 71, 93-95.

 

 

Cramer, E. M. (1977).  Analysis of variance.  International Encyclopedia of

Neurology, Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, and Psychology, Von Nostrand,

2,  21-36.

 

Cramer, E. M., & Appelbaum, M. I. (1978).  The validity of polynomial

regression in the random regression model.  Review of Educational Research,

48, 511-515.

 

Cramer, E. M., & Nicewander, W. A. (1979).  Some symmetric, invariant

measures of multivariate association.  Psychometrika, 44, 43-54.

 

Cramer, E. M., & Appelbaum, M. I. (1980).  Nonorthogonal Analysis of

Variance  Once again.  Psychological Bulletin, 87, 51-57.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1982).  Analysis of Variance, Chapter for NIDA Evaluation

Research Monograph.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1982).  Multivariate Analysis, Chapter for NIDA Evaluation

Research Monograph.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1985).  Multicollinearity.  Encyclopedia of Statistical

Sciences.  John Wiley and Sons. Inc., pp. 639-644.

 

Zwick, R., & Cramer, E. M. (1986).  A Multivariate Perspective on the

Analysis of Categorical Data.  Applied Psychological Measurement  10,

141-145.

 

Lowman, B. C., Drossman, D. A., Cramer, E. M. & McKee, D. C. (1987). 

Recollection of childhood events in adults with irritable bowel syndrome.

Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology, 9, 324-330.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1988).  Statistics in Psychology.  Encyclopedia of Statistical

Sciences, Vol. 8.  John Wiley and Sons. Inc. pp. 739-743.

 

Barton, C. N. & Cramer, E. M.  (1989)  Hypothesis testing in multivariate

linear models with  randomly missing data.  Communications in Statistics,

Simulation and Computation.  18, 875-895.

 

Cramer, E. M. & Williams, V. (1991).  Final Report.  Evaluation of LEA

Report Cards.  N.C. State Board of Public Instruction

 

Cramer, E. M. & Williams, V. (1992).  Final Report.  Evaluation of LEA

Report Cards.  N.C. State Board of Public Instruction

 

Williams, V. & Cramer, E. M. (1994).  The 1990 and 1991 Report Cards:

Report. L. L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory Research Memorandum

No. 94-4.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1999).  An Investigation of Growth in the Demand for Water at

OWASA: Final Report.  Presented to OWASA Board. Chapel Hill, N.C.

 

Cramer, E. M. (1999)  An Evaluation of Chatham County Water Demand.

Presented to the Chatham County Board of Commissioners. Pittsboro, N.C.

 

Cramer, E. M. (2006). Statistical Evidence of racial discrimination

in the death penalty. Statement to the N.C. House Select Committee

on Capitol Punishment.

 

Cramer, E. M. (2008). Statement regarding Karl Hanson's criticism of the

use of Baysian analysis by R. W. Wollert.  Washington State Superior

Court - Franklin County.

 

Waggoner, J., Wollert, R., & Cramer, E. (2008). A re-specification of Hanson's 2006 Static-99 experience table that controls for the effects of age in a sample of 552 young sex offenders. Law, Probability, and Risk, 7, 305-312.

 

Wollert, R., Cramer, E., Waggoner, J., Skelton, A., & Vess, J. Recent research (N=9,305) underscores the importance of using age-stratified actuarial tables in sex offender risk assessments.  Sex Abuse November 23, 2010 vol. 22 no. 4 471-490

 

Wollert, R., Cramer, E., Sampling Extreme Groups Invalidates Research on the Paraphilias: Implications for DSM-5 and Sex Offender Risk Assessments Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 29;4 (July-August 2011)

 

Wollert, R., Cramer, E.,  The Constant Multiplier Assumption Misestimates Long-term Sex Offender Recidivism Rates.  Law and Human Behavior 2012 Oct;36(5):390-3. doi: 10.1037/h0093924. Epub 2011 Nov 28.