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Automorphisms of Rational Maps
The Use of Images in the Pastoral Care of Nuns: The Case of Heinrich Suso and the Dominicans
(College Art Association, 1989)
The article examines the role of imagery in the cura monialium, or the pastoral care of nuns, in the circle of the Dominican preacher and mystic, Heinrich Suso. Among the images described in Suso's writings are the paintings ...
Bosch's Conjuror: An Attack on Magic and Sacramental Heresy
(Stichting voor Nederlandse Kunsthistorische Publicaties, 1984)
Dimensions of Liberal Self-Satisfaction: Civil Liberties, Liberal Theory, and Elite-Mass Differences
(University of Chicago Press, 1986)
India's "Tīrthas": "Crossings" in Sacred Geography
(University of Chicago Press, 1981)
Why are “What” and “Where” Processed by Separate Cortical Visual Systems? A Computational Investigation
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, 1989)
In the primate visual system, the identification of objects and the processing of spatial information are accomplished by different cortical pathways. The computational properties of this “two-systems” design were explored ...
A Seemingly Unrelated Poisson Regression Model
(SAGE Publications, 1989)
This article introduces a new estimator for the analysis of two contemporaneously correlated endogenous event count variables. This seemingly unrelated Poisson regression model (SUPREME) estimator combines the efficiencies ...
Statistical Models for Political Science Event Counts: Bias in Conventional Procedures and Evidence for the Exponential Poisson Regression Model
This paper presents analytical, Monte Carlo, and empirical evidence on models for event count data. Event counts are dependent variables that measure the number of times some event occurs. Counts of international events ...
Variance Specification in Event Count Models: From Restrictive Assumptions to a Generalized Estimator
This paper discusses the problem of variance specification in models for event count data. Event counts are dependent variables that can take on only nonnegative integer values, such as the number of wars or coups d'etat ...