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A. Positions and Honors
Positions and Employment
1978-89 Director, Sociological Data Processing Center, Washington State University
1978-82 Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Washington State University
1982-88 Associate Professor, Dept. of Sociology and Program in Statistics, Washington State University
1987-94 Editor, Sociological Methods and Research
1988-89 Full Professor, Department of Sociology and Program in Statistics, Washington State University
1989-present Full Professor, Department of Sociology, Indiana University
1994-2000 Chair, Department of Sociology, Indiana University
1998-present Chancellors’ Professor, Indiana University
Awards and Honors
1996 Edwin Sutherland Teaching Award, Department of Sociology, Indiana University
1998 Chancellors’ Professorship, Indiana University
B. Selected Peer-reviewed Publications
1980 Long, J.S., R. McGinnis and P.D. Allison, The problems of junior-authored papers in constructing citation counts. Social Studies of Science 10:127-143.
1981 Long, J.S. and R. McGinnis, Organizational context and scientific productivity. American Sociological Review 46:422-442.
1981 Long, J.S., R. McGinnis and P.D. Allison, Reply to Chubin, Porter and Boeckmann. American Sociological Review 46.
1982 McGinnis, R., P.D. Allison and J.S. Long, Postdoctoral training in bioscience: Allocations and outcomes. Social Forces 60:701-722.
1982 Long, J.S. and R. McGinnis, On adjusting productivity measures for multiple authorship. Scientometrics 4:379-387.
1982 Long, J.S. and R. McGinnis, Further evidence for adjusting for multiple authorship. Scientometrics 4:397-398.
1982 Allison, P.D., J.S. Long and T. Krauze, Cumulative advantage and inequality. American Sociological Review 47:615-625.
1983 Long, J.S., Confirmatory Factor Analysis. Beverly Hills: Sage University Press.
1983 Long, J.S., Covariance Structure Analysis. Beverly Hills: Sage University Press.
1984 Long, J.S., Estimable functions on loglinear models. Sociological Methods and Research 12:399-432.
1985 Long, J.S. and R. McGinnis, The effects of the mentor on the academic career. Scientometrics 7:255-280.
1987 Long, J.S., A graphical method for the interpretation of multinomial logit analysis. Sociological Methods and Research 15:420-446.
1987 Long, J.S., Problems and prospects for research on sex differences in the scientific career. pp. 163-169 in Linda S. Dix (editor), Women: Their Under representation and Career Differentials in Science and Engineering. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.
1987 Miethe, T.D., M.C. Stafford and J.S. Long, Social differentiation in criminal victimization: A test of routine activity/lifestyle theories. American Sociological Review 52:184-194.
1987 Allison, P.D. and Long, J.S., Inter-university mobility of Academic Scientists. American Sociological Review. 52: 643-652.
1988 Long, J.S. (Editor), Common Problems/Proper Solutions: Avoiding Errors in Quantitative Research. Beverly Hills: Sage University Press.
1988 Long, J.S. and T. D. Miethe, The statistical comparison of groups. pp. 108-131 in J.S. Long (editor), Common Problems/Proper Solutions: Avoiding Errors in Quantitative Research. Beverly Hills: Sage University Press.
1988 McGinnis, R. and J.S. Long, Entry into academia: Effects of stratification, geography and ecology. pp. 28-51 in D.W. Breneman & T.I.K. Youn (editors), Academic Labor Markets and Academic Careers in American Higher Education. New York: Falmer Press.
1989 Long, J.S. and J. Fox, (editors), Data Analysis: Modern Methods and New Perspectives. A special issue of Sociological Methods and Research, Volume 18, Numbers 2 and 3, November 1989 and February 1990.
1990 Fox, J. and J.S. Long (editors), Modern Methods of Data Analysis. Beverly Hills: Sage University Press.
1990 Long, J.S., The origins of Sex differences in science. Social Forces 68:1297-1315.: Reprinted in Joseph Healey (editor), 1998, Statistics: A Tool for Social Research, 5th Edition (and prior). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth
1990 Allison, P.D. and J.S. Long, Departmental effects on scientific productivity. American Sociological Review 55:469-478.
1990 Committee on Biomedical and Behavioral Research Personnel, Biomedical and Behavioral Research Scientists: Their Training and Supply. National Research Council: Washington, D.C. (Member of the Committee).
1991 Long, J.S., Statistical Methods in Sociology. pp. 2083-2090 in Edgar F. Borgatta (editor), Encyclopedia of Sociology. New York: Macmillan.
1991 Committee on Doctoral and Postdoctoral Study in the Mathematical Sciences, Report on the State of Mathematics, National Academy of Sciences.
1992 Long, J.S., Measures of sex differences in scientific productivity. Social Forces 71:159-178.
1992 Long, J.S. and Pravin Trivedi, Some specification tests for the linear regression model. Sociological Methods and Research 21:161-204. Reprinted in Bollen and Long, 1993.
1993 Bollen, Kenneth A. and J.S. Long (editors), Testing Structural Equation Models. Beverly Hills: Sage University Press.
1993 Long, J.S., P.D. Allison and R. McGinnis, Rank advancement in academic careers: Sex differences and the effects of productivity. American Sociological Review 58:703-722.
1995 Long, J.S. and Mary Frank Fox, Scientific Careers: Ascription and Achievement. Annual Review of Sociology 21:45-71.
1995 Long, J.S. and B. Noss, GAUSS as a statistical environment. Sociological Methods and Research 23:303-328.: Reprinted in John Fox and Robert Stine (editors), Computing Environments for Statistical Analysis. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications.
1997 Long, J.S., Regression Models for Categorical and Limited Dependent Variables. A volume in the Sage Series for Advanced Quantitative Techniques. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.
2000 Long, J.S. and L.H. Ervin, Correcting for heteroscedasticity using heteroscedasticity consistent standard errors in the linear regression model: Small sample considerations. American Statistician, 54, 217-225.
2001 Long, J.S. (Editor) From Scarcity to Visibility: A study of gender differences in the careers of doctoral scientists and engineers. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.
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