Spoth, R., Redmond, C., and Shin, C. (1999, June). Four-year adolescent substance use outcomes of universal family-focused preventive interventions. Presented at the Society for Prevetnion Research 7th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
Redmond, C., Spoth, R., and Shin, C. (1998, June). Adolescent propensity to use alcohol: Long-term outcomes of a universal family-focused preventive intervention. Sumposium paper presented at the Society for Prevention Research 6th Annual Meeting, Park City, UT.
Wall, M. and Shin, C. (1997, August). Graphical diagnostic methods for latent variable modeling. Presented at American Statistical Associations' 1997 Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA.
Spoth, R., Redmond, C., Dush, D. Shin, C., and Husk, S. (1996,August). Protective family and peer factors, school adversity and preadolescent mastery-seteem. Presented at the American Psychological Statistical Association 104th Annual Convention, Toronto, Canada.
Shin, C. and Amemiya, Y. (1996, August). Two-stage structural equation modeling using factor score estimates. Contributed paper presented at American Statistical Associations' 1996 Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
Shin, C. (1996, June). Computational alforithms for statistical analysis using random coefficient regression models. Contributed paper presented at KSEA (Korea-American Scientist and Engineer Association) 6th Midwest Regional Conference, Iowa City, IA.
Spoth, R., Redmond, C., Shin, C., Hawkins, J. D., and Kosterman, R. (1996, May). A replicaiton study of universal family competency tranining outcomes using latent variable structural equation modeling. Presented at the National Institute of Mental Health 5th Annual National Conference on Preventio Research, Mclean, Virginia.
Shin, C. and Amemiya, Y. (1995, August). Estiamtion of the covariance matrix in the feneral multivariate mixed effect model. Contributed paper presented at American Statistical Associations' 1995 Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.
Shin, C. (1995, January). On the multivariate random coefficient model.Contributed paper presented at American Statistical Associations' 1995 Winter Meeting, Raleigh, NC.