Peter Congdon
Peter Congdon
Emeritus Professor, School of Geography, Queen Mary London University
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Bayesian Statistical Modelling
P Congdon
John Wiley & Sons, 2007
Applied Bayesian Modelling
P Congdon
John Wiley & Sons, 2014
Bayesian models for categorical data
P Congdon
John Wiley & Sons, 2005
Applied Bayesian hierarchical methods
PD Congdon
Chapman and Hall/CRC, 2010
Modelling inequality in reported long term illness in the UK: combining individual and area characteristics.
S Shouls, P Congdon, S Curtis
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 50 (3), 366-376, 1996
Suicide and parasuicide in London: a small-area study
P Congdon
Urban studies 33 (1), 137-158, 1996
Area effects on health variation over the life-course: analysis of the longitudinal study sample in England using new data on area of residence in childhood
S Curtis, H Southall, P Congdon, B Dodgeon
Social science & medicine 58 (1), 57-74, 2004
Migration models: macro and micro approaches
J Stillwell, P Congdon
Burns & Oates, 1991
The ecological relationship between deprivation, social isolation and rates of hospital admission for acute psychiatric care: a comparison of London and New York City
S Curtis, A Copeland, J Fagg, P Congdon, M Almog, J Fitzpatrick
Health and Place 12 (1), 19-37, 2006
Psychological distress among adolescents, and its relationship to individual, family and area characteristics in East London
J Fagg, S Curtis, S Stansfeld, P Congdon
Social science & medicine 63 (3), 636-648, 2006
Statistical graduation in local demographic analysis and projection
P Congdon
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 1993
Chichester, England; Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons
P Congdon
John Wiley & Sons, 2006
Bayesian model choice based on Monte Carlo estimates of posterior model probabilities
P Congdon
Computational statistics & data analysis 50 (2), 346-357, 2006
The development of gravity models for hospital patient flows under system change: a Bayesian modelling approach
P Congdon
Health Care Management Science 4 (4), 289-304, 2001
Geographical variation in acute psychiatric admissions within New York City 1990–2000: growing inequalities in service use?
M Almog, S Curtis, A Copeland, P Congdon
Social science & medicine 59 (2), 361-376, 2004
Estimating diabetes prevalence by small area in England
P Congdon
Journal of Public Health 28 (1), 71-81, 2006
Neighbourhood perceptions among inner-city adolescents: Relationships with their individual characteristics and with independently assessed neighbourhood conditions
J Fagg, S Curtis, C Clark, P Congdon, SA Stansfeld
Journal of Environmental Psychology 28 (2), 128-142, 2008
The impact of area context on long term illness and premature mortality: an illustration of multi-level analysis
P Congdon
Regional Studies 29 (4), 327-344, 1995
A multi‐level perspective on small‐area health and mortality: a case study of England and Wales
P Congdon, S Shouls, S Curtis
International journal of population geography 3 (3), 243-263, 1997
Toxocara infection in the United States: the relevance of poverty, geography and demography as risk factors, and implications for estimating county prevalence
P Congdon, P Lloyd
International journal of public health 56 (1), 15-24, 2011
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