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Editorial: Cohabitation in Britain
Marriage or cohabitation: a competing risks analysis of first-partnership formation among the 1958 British birth cohort
Berrington, A.; Diamond, I.
Cohabitation in Great Britain: not for long, but here to stay
Ermisch, J.; Francesconi, M.
Correcting for regression dilution bias: comparison of methods for a single predictor variable
Frost, C.; Thompson, S.G.
Analysis of cervical cancer mortality and incidence data from England and Wales: evidence of a beneficial effect of screening
Sasieni, P.D.; Adams, J.
Selecting treatments: a decision theoretic approach
Claxton, K.; Lacey, L.F.; Walker, S.G.
Estimating driver crash risks based on the extended Bradley–Terry model: an induced exposure method
Li, L.; Kim, K.
Interpreting forensic DNA mixtures: allowing for uncertainty in population substructure and dependence
Fung, W.K.; Hu, Y-Q.