 
Publications
Shin, C. and Amemiya, Y. On the multivariate random coefficient analysis with
mixed effects.
Shin, C., Redmond, C., Park, M., and Spoth, R. Attention to the gain in
efficiency due to matching experimental units of cluster sampling structure.
Shin, C., Spoth, R., Henry, K., and Redmond, C. Multilevel analysis of covariance
for unbalanced data.
Shin, C., Lee, K., Amemiya, Y., and Redmond, C. Handing patterned missing data in
SEM by using multisample analysis technique: Application to a preventive intervention study.
Wall, M. and Shin, C. (1997). Graphical diagnostic methods for latent variable
modeling. Government Statistics and Social Statistics Section of American Statistical Associations' 1997
Proceedings. 346350
Shin, C. and Amemiya, Y. (1996). Twostage structural equation modeling using
factor score estimates. Social Statistics Section of American Statistical Associations' 1996 Proceedings.
1518.
Shin, C. and Amemiya, Y. (1995). Estimation of the covariance matrix in the
general multivariate mixed effect model. Statistical Computing Section of American Statistical Associations'
1995 Proceedings. 192197.
Shin, C. (1995). On the multivariate random coefficient model. Business and
Economic Statistics Section of American Statistical Associations' 1995 Proceedings. 320325.
Shin, C. and Amemiay, Y. (in press). Algorithms for fitting multivariate
random coefficient model.
Spoth, R.,
Redmond, C., & Shin, C. (in press). Randomized trial of brief family interventions for
general populations: Adolescent substance use outcomes four years following baseline. Journal
of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.
Spoth,
R., Redmond, C., Shin, C., and Lepper, H. (in press). Modeling parental inclination to enroll in
skillstraining interventions: A replication study.
Redmond, C.,
Spoth, R., Shin, C., & Hill, G. (2001). The
effects of family background characteristics and parent health beliefs concerning adolescent substance use on
perceived benefits of familyfocused interventions. Manuscript in
review process.
Shin, C.,
Park, M., Redmond, C., & Spoth, R. (2001). When
does matching schools in intervention studies increase statistical power for testing intervention effects?
(Internal review)
Spoth, R.,
Redmond, C., & Shin, C. (2000). Modeling factors influencing enrollment in familyfocused
preventive intervention research. Prevention Science, 1(4), 213225.
Spoth, R.,
Redmond, C., & Shin, C. (2000, December).
Reducing adolescents' aggressive and hostile behaviors: Randomized trial effects of a brief family
intervention four years past baseline. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 154,
12481257.
Redmond, C.,
Spoth, R., Shin, C., & Lepper, H. (1999). Modeling longterm parent outcomes of two
universal familyfocused preventive interventions: One year followup results. Journal of Consulting and
Clinical Psychology, 67(6), 975984.
Spoth, R.,
Reyes, M. L., Redmond, C., & Shin, C. (1999). Assessing a public health approach to
delay onset and progression of adolescent substance use: Latent transition and loglinear analyses of
longitudinal family preventive intervention outcomes. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology,
67(5), 619630.
Spoth, R.,
Redmond, C., Shin, C., & Huck, S. (1999). A protective process model of
parentchild affective quality and child mastery effects on oppositional behaviors: A test and
replication. Journal of School Psychology, 37(1), 4971.
Spoth, R.,
Redmond, C., Shin, C., Lepper, H., Haggerty, K., & Wall, M. (1998,
October). Risk moderation of parent and child outcomes in a preventive intervention: A test and
replication. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 68(4), 565579 (invited article for special section
on preventive intervention research).
Spoth, R.,
Redmond, C., & Shin, C. (1998). Direct and indirect latentvariable parenting outcomes of
two universal familyfocused preventive interventions: Extending a public healthoriented research base. Journal
of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 66(2), 385399.
Spoth,
R., Yoo, S. Kosterman, R., and Shin, C. (1997). Applying readily accessible graphical techiniques to
the evaluation of protective family process: Assessing curvilinear relationships and outliers. Evaluation
and the Health Professions, 20(3), 353364.
Spoth, R.,
Redmond, C., Kahn, J., & Shin, C. (1997,
December). A prospective validation study of inclination, belief, and context predictors of
familyfocused prevention involvement. Family Process, 36, 403429.
Shin,
C.
and Amemiya, Y. (1997). Algorithms for the likelihoodbased estimation of the random coefficient model. Statistics
and Probability Letters, 32, 189199.
Spoth,
R., Redmond, C., Hockaday, C., and Shin, C. (1996). Barriers to participation in family skills
preventive intervention and their evaluations: Areplication and extension. Family Relations, 45,
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