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Indiana University Bloomington

Stanley Wasserman

Dr. Stanley Wasserman

Rudy Professor of Statistics, Psychology, and Sociology

 

stanwass [at] indiana.edu | personal website

office: PY 349 | (812)856-7828

lab: PY 294

 

Applied statistics; social networks

Educational Background

B.S. 1973 Pennsylvania (Economics)
M.A. 1973 Pennsylvania (Business and Applied Economics)
M.A. 1974 Harvard (Statistics)
Ph.D. 1977 Harvard (Statistics)

Areas of Study

  • Mathematical Psychology

Research Topics

  • Mathematical Psychology and Sociology
  • Applied Statistics
  • Social Networks

Representative Publications

Books

in preparation - Faust, K., & Wasserman, S.. Social Network Analysis: Methods and Applications, Second Edition. New York and Cambridge, ENG: Cambridge University Press.

2004 - Carrington, P., Scott, J., & Wasserman, S. (eds). Models and Methods in Social Network Analysis. New York: Cambridge University Press.

1994 - Wasserman, S., & Faust, K.. Social Network Analysis: Methods and Applications. New York and Cambridge, ENG: Cambridge University Press.

1994 - Wasserman, S., & Galaskiewicz, J.(eds). Advances in Social Network Analysis: Research from the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Journal Issues

2011 - Wasserman, S. & Steinly, D.S. (eds). Special issue on “Statistical Analysis and Data Mining of Networks”. Volume 4, Issue 5.

2006 - Parkhe, A., Ralston, D., & Wasserman, S. (eds). Special issue on “Building Effective Networks”. Academy of Management Review, Volume 31.

1993 - Wasserman, S., & Galaskiewicz, J. (eds). Special issue on “Advances in Sociology from Social Network Analysis”. Sociological Methods & Research, Volume 22, Number 1.

Articles

2005 - Espelage, D., Fleisher, M., & Wasserman, S.. Social networks and violent behavior. In Flannery, D.J., Vazsonyi, A., and Waldman, I. (eds). Cambridge Handbook of Violent Behavior. New York: Cambridge University Press.

2004 - Wasserman, S., Scott, J., & Carrington, P.J.. Introduction. In Carrington, P.J., Scott, J., and Wasserman, S. (eds.), Models and Methods in Social Network Analysis. New York: Cambridge University Press.

2004 - Wasserman, S., & Robins, G.. An introduction to random graphs, dependence graphs, and p*. In Carrington, P.J., Scott, J., and Wasserman, S. (eds.), Models and Methods in Social Network Analysis. New York: Cambridge University Press.

2004 - Parkhe, A., Wasserman, S., & Ralston, D.. New frontiers in network theory development. Academy of Management Review, to appear.

2004 - Ho, R.M., Anderson, C.J., & Wasserman, S.. Mixed effects p model for multiple social networks. Proceedings of the American Statistical Association 2003 Annual Meeting, Social Statistics Section. To appear.

2004 - Contractor, N., Wasserman, S., & Faust, K.. Testing multi-theoretical multilevel hypotheses about organizational networks: An analytic framework and empirical example. Academy of Management Review, to appear.

 

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