Professor

March 14, 1941 - February 28, 2002

Faculty Member 1969 - 2002

Statistics Courses | Statistical Programs | Curriculum Vitae | In Memoriam |
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Adjunct Professor of Organizational Behavior, A. B. Freeman School of Business (1999-2002)Neurosciences Faculty (1992-2002)

Editorial Boards

Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers(1985-1989)

Human Factors(1997-2002)

Journal of General Psychology(1986-2002)

Journal of Applied Psychology(1992-2002)

Psychological Methods(2000-2002)

Selected Recent PublicationsDunlap, W. P., Xin, X., & Myers, L. (2004). Computing aspects of power for multiple regression.

Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers, 36, 695-701.Greer, T., Dunlap, W. P., & Beatty, G. O. (2003). A Monte Carlo evaluation of the tetrachoric correlation coefficient

Educational and Psychological Measurement,63, 931-950Dunlap, W. P. (2003). Some thoughts regarding the sensitivity of t to error in estimated within group variance.

Journal of General Psychology, 130,59-65Dunlap, W. P., Burke, M. J., & Smith-Crowe, K. (2003). Accurate tests of statistical significance for rwg and AD interrater agreement indices.

Journal of Applied Psychology, 88,356-362Greer, T., Dunlap, W. P., & Beatty, G. O. (2003). A Monte Carlo evaluation of the tetrachoric correlation coefficient.

Educational and Psychological Measurement, 63,931-950Beal, D. J., Corey, D. M., & Dunlap, W. P. (2002). On the bias of Huffcutt and Arthur's (1995) procedure for identifying outliers in meta-analysis of correlations

Journal of Applied Psychology, 87,583-589.Burke, M. J., & Dunlap, W. P. (2002). Estimating interrater agreement with the average deviation index: A user's guide.

Organizational Research Methods, 5, 159-172.Cortina, J. M., Chen, G., & Dunlap, W. P. (2001). Testing interaction effects in LISREL: Examination and illustration of available procedures.

Organizational Research Methods,4, 324-360.Kaufman, J. D., & Dunlap, W. P. (2000). Determining the number of factors to retain: A program for parallel analysis.

Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers,32, 389-385.Dunlap, W. P., Brody, C. J., & Greer, T. (2000). Canonical correlation and chi-square: relationships and interpretation.

Journal of General Psychology,127, 341-353.Kennedy, R. S., Stanney, K. M., & Dunlap, W. P. (2000). Duration and exposure to virtual environments: Sickness curves during and across sessions.

Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments,9, 466-475.Landis, R. S., & Dunlap, W. P. (2000). Moderated multiple regression tests are critrion specific.

Organizational Research Methods,3, 254-266.Dunlap, W. P. (1999). A program to compute McGraw and Wong's common language effect size indicator.

Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers,31, 706-709.Dunlap, W. P., & Landis, R. S. (1998). Interpretations of multiple regression borrowed from factor analysis and canonical correlation.

Journal of General Psychology,125, 397-407.Corey, D. M., Dunlap, W. P., & Burke, M. J. (1998). Observed and expected bias in average correlation with and without using Fisher's z transformation.

Journal of General Psychology,125, 245-261.Dunlap, W. P., Dietz, J., & Cortina, J. M. (1997). The spurious correlation of ratios that have common variables: A Monte Carlo examination of Pearson's formula.

Journal of General Psychology,124, 182-193.Cortina, J. M., & Dunlap, W. P. (1997). On the logic and purpose of significance testing.

Psychological Methods,2, 161-172.Dunlap, W. P., & Myers, L. (1997). Approximating power for significance tests with one degree of freedom.

Psychological Methods,2, 186-191.Greer, T., & Dunlap, W. P. (1997). Analysis of variance with ipsative measures.

Psychological Methods,2, 200-207.Duan, B., & Dunlap, W. P. (1997). The accuracy of different methods for estimating the standard error of correlations corrected for range restriction.

Educational and Psychological Measurement,57, 254-265.Dunlap, W. P., Greer, T., & Beatty, G. O. (1996). A Monte Carlo study of Type I errors and power for Tukey's pocket test.

Journal of General Psychology,123, 333-339.Burke, M. J., Rupinski, M. T., Dunlap, W. P., & Davison, H. K. (1996). Do situational variables act as substantive causes of relationships between individual difference variables? Two large-scale tests of "common cause" models.

Personnel Psychology,49, 573-598.Dunlap, W. P., Cortina, J. M., Vaslow, J. B., & Burke, M. J. (1996). Meta-analysis of experiments with matched groups or repeated measures designs.

Psychological Methods,1, 170-177.Rupinski, M. T., & Dunlap, W. P. (1996). Approximating Pearson product-moment correlations from Kendall's tau and Spearman's rho.

Educational and Psychological Measurement,56, 419-429.Dunlap, W. P., Burke, M. J., & Greer, T. (1995). The effect of skew on the magnitude of product-moment correlations.

Journal of General Psychology,122, 365-377.Dunlap, W. P., & Kennedy, R. S. (1995). Testing for statistical power.

Ergonomics in Design,July, 6-7, 31.Chen, R., & Dunlap, W. P. (1994). A Monte Carlo study on the performance of a corrected formula for epsilon suggested by Lacoutre.

Journal of Educational Statistics,19, 119-126.Cornwell, J. M., & Dunlap, W. P. (1994). On the questionable soundness of factoring ipsative data.

Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology,67, 89-100.Dunlap, W. P. (1994). Generalizing the common language effect size indicator to bivariate normal correlations.

Psychological Bulletin,116, 509-511.Dunlap, W. P., Chen, R., & Greer, T. (1994). Skew reduces test-retest reliability.

Journal of Applied Psychology,79, 310-313.Dunlap, W. P., & Cornwell, J. M. (1994). Factor analysis of ipsative measures.

Multivariate Behavioral Research.29, 115-126.

Department of Psychology | Tulane University | 2007 Percival Stern Hall | New Orleans LA 70118 |
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Phone: (504)865-5331 | Fax: (504)862-8744 | psych@tulane.edu |
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