Malcolm Dow
Malcolm Dow
Emeritus Professor of Anthropology, Northwestern University
Verified email at northwestern.edu
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The quantitative assessment of phylogenetic constraints in comparative analyses: sexual dimorphism in body weight among primates
JM Cheverud, MM Dow, W Leutenegger
Evolution 39 (6), 1335-1351, 1985
7601985
Methods for the comparative analysis of variation patterns
JM Cheverud, GP Wagner, MM Dow
Systematic Zoology 38 (3), 201-213, 1989
2821989
Commentary: Regions based on social structure
ML Burton, CC Moore, JWM Whiting, AK Romney
Current Anthropology 37 (1), 125 - 126, 1996
181*1996
Sexual division of labor in African agriculture: a network autocorrelation analysis
DR White, ML Burton, MM Dow
American Anthropologist 83 (4), 824-849, 1981
1671981
Galton's problem as network autocorrelation
MM Dow, ML Burton, DR White, KP Reitz
American Ethnologist 11 (4), 754-770, 1984
1661984
Comparison of distance matrices in studies of population structure and genetic microdifferentiation: quadratic assignment
MM Dow, JM Cheverud
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 68 (3), 367-373, 1985
1571985
Network autocorrelation: a simulation study of a foundational problem in regression and survey research
MM Dow, ML Burton, DR White
Social Networks 4 (2), 169-200, 1982
1171982
An autocorrelation analysis of genetic variation due to lineal fission in social groups of rhesus macaques
JM Cheverud, MM Dow
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 67 (2), 113-121, 1985
1051985
Galton's problem as multiple network autocorrelation effects: cultural trait transmission and ecological constraint
MM Dow
Cross-Cultural Research 41 (4), 336-363, 2007
812007
Partial correlation of distance matrices in studies of population structure
MM Dow, JM Cheverud, JS Friedlaender
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 72 (3), 343-352, 1987
771987
Global, regional, and local network autocorrelation in the standard cross-cultural sample
MM Dow, EA Eff
Cross-Cultural Research 42 (2), 148-171, 2008
472008
A biparametric approach to network autocorrelation: Galton's problem
MM Dow
Sociological Methods & Research 13 (2), 201-217, 1984
441984
Multivariate modeling with interdependent network data
MM Dow, DR White, ML Burton
Behavior Science Research 17 (3-4), 216-245, 1982
401982
Subsample replication in cross-cultural surveys
MM Dow
American Anthropologist 89 (1), 125-133, 1987
371987
Group selection models with population substructure based on social interaction networks
BD Chepko-Sade, MM Dow, JM Cheverud
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 77, 427-434, 1988
361988
Agricultural intensification and craft specialization: a nonrecursive model
MM Dow
Ethnology 24 (2), 137-152, 1985
341985
Categorical analysis of cross-cultural survey data: Effects of clustering on chi-square tests
MM Dow
Journal of Quantitative Anthropology 1 (1-4), 335-352, 1989
331989
Multiple imputation of missing data in cross-cultural samples
MM Dow, EA Eff
Cross-cultural research 43 (3), 206-229, 2009
322009
Assignment methods for the analysis of network subgroup interactions
MM Dow, FBM de Waal
Social Networks 11 (3), 237-255, 1989
311989
How to deal with missing data and Galton’s problem in cross-cultural survey research: a primer for R
EA Eff, MM Dow
Structure and Dynamics 3 (3), 2009
292009
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