[1] J. J. Weinkam, W. L. Rosenbaum, and T. D. Sterling. "A practical approach to estimating the true effect of exposure despite imprecise exposure classification". In Proc. International Workshop on Retrospective Exposure Assessment for Occupational and Epidemiological Studies, March 27-30 1990.

[2] T. D. Sterling and J. J. Weinkam. "Sharing scientific data". Communications of the ACM, 33(8):112-119, 1990.

[3] T. D. Sterling and J. J. Weinkam. "The healthy worker effect: The need to reevaluate a broad spectrum of occupational risks". In L. A. Cox Jr. and P. F. Ricci, editors, New Risks: Issues and Management, Advances in Risk Analysis v. 6. Plenum Press, 1990.

[4] T. D. Sterling, J. J. Weinkam, and W. L. Rosenbaum. "A practical approach to estimating the true effect of exposure despite imprecise exposure classification". American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 19:587-601, 1991.

[5] T. D. Sterling, J. J. Weinkam, and D. M. Sterling. "Relative cancer risk of homemakers". In Proc. Interface'91, April 21-24, 1991.

[6] J. J. Weinkam and T. D. Sterling. "A graphical approach to the analysis of age period cohort data". Epidemiology, 2:133-137, 1991.

[7] J. J. Weinkam and T. D. Sterling. "Estimating the true effect of exposure despite imprecise exposure classification". In Proc. American Industrial Hygiene Conference, May 18-24 1991.

[8] T. D. Sterling and J. J. Weinkam. "Differences in chronic conditions between homemakers and otherwise employed women". In Proc. 1991 Public Health Conference on Records and Statistics, July 15-17 1991.

[9] T. D. Sterling, W. L. Rosenbaum, and J. J. Weinkam. "Analysis of the relationship between smokeless tobacco and cancer based on data from the national mortality followback of survey". Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 45(3):223-231, 1992.

[10] T. D. Sterling, W. L. Rosenbaum, and J. J. Weinkam. "Bias in the attribution of lung cancer and its possible consequences for calculating smoking-related risks". Epidemiology, 3:11-16, 1992.

[11] T. D. Sterling, J. J. Weinkam, and W. L. Rosenbaum. "Computation of relative risk based on simultaneous surveys: An alternative to cohort and case-control studies". American Journal of Epidemiology, 136(6):722-729, 1992.

[12] T. D. Sterling, W. L. Rosenbaum, and J. J. Weinkam. "Risk Attribution and Tobacco Related Deaths". American Journal of Epidemiology, 138(2):128-139, 1993.

[13] T. D. Sterling, C. Collett, W. L. Rosenbaum, and J. J. Weinkam. Comments on the Health Effects Institute-Asbestos Research (HEI-AR) Report: "Asbestos in Public and Commerical Buildings" With Emphasis on the Risk Assessment Methods Used. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 24:767-781, 1993.

[14] T. D. Sterling, W. L. Rosenbaum, and J. J. Weinkam. "Income Race, and Mortality". Journal of the National Medical Association, 85(12):906-911, 1993.

[15] W. L. Rosenbaum, T. D. Sterling, and J. J. Weinkam. "Family Income and Mortality Rates: An Updated Analysis of the National Mortality Followback Survey". Rhode Island Medical Journal, 76:311-314, 1993.

[16] T. D. Sterling, C. Collett, W. L. Rosenbaum, and J. J. Weinkam. "Estimation of Risks for Indoor Exposure to Environmental Susbstances", in Building Design, Technology, and Occupant Well-Being in Temperate Climates, E. M. Sterling, C. Bieva, and C. Collett, Eds. 1993.

[17] T. D. Sterling, W. L. Rosenbaum, J. J. Weinkam. Re:"Risk Attribution and Tobacco Related Deaths" (Letter to the Editor). American Journal of Epidemiology, 140(11):1053-1054, 1994.

[18] T. D. Sterling, W. L. Rosenbaum, J. J. Weinkam. A Reply to Dr. Archer. Epidemiology, 5(4):477-479, 1994.

[19] T. D. Sterling, W. L. Rosenbaum, J. J. Weinkam. Publication Decisions Revisited: The Effect of the Outcome of Statistical Tests on the Decision to Publish and Vice Versa. American Statistician, 49(1):108-112, 1995.

[20] T. D. Sterling, W. L. Rosenbaum, J. J. Weinkam. Why Are the Occupational and Smoking Risks for Bladder Cancer Not Confounded? An Epidemiological Puzzle. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 37(9):1072-1074, 1995.

[21] T. D. Sterling, W. L. Rosenbaum, J. J. Weinkam. Concentration of Indoor Particulate Matter as a Determinant of Respiratory Health in Children. American Journal of Epidemiology, 141(6):581-582, 1995.

[22] W. L. Rosenbaum, J. J. Weinkam, T. D. Sterling. Correcting Standardized Rate Ratios for Imprecise Classification of a Polychotomous Exposure Variable with Limited Data. American Journal of Epidemiology, 142(4):442-445, 1995.

[23] T. D. Sterling, W. L. Rosenbaum, J. J. Weinkam. Asbestos Exposures in Public and Commercial Buildings. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 27:439-441, 1995.

[24] W. L. Rosenbaum, Theodor D. Sterling and James J. Weinkam. A Critical Examination of OSHA's Assessment of Risk Associated with Workplace Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, 23(3): 233-240, 1996.

[25] T. D. Sterling, W. L. Rosenbaum, A. G. Glicksman, H. Perry, D. A. Sterling, J. J. Weinkam. An Alternative Explanation for the Apparent Elevated Relative Mortality and Morbidity Risks Associated with Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 49(7):803-808, 1996.

[26] W. L. Rosenbaum, T. D. Sterling and J. J. Weinkam. Use of Multiple Surveys to Estimate Mortality Among Never, Current and Former Smokers: Changes in a 20-Year Interval. American Journal of Public Health, 88(7):1664-1668, 1998.

[27] W. L. Rosenbaum, T. D. Sterling, J. J. Weinkam. Linear Extrapolation Models of Lung Cancer Risk Associated with Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke. to appear, Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, 1999.

[28] J. J. Weinkam, W. L. Rosenbaum, T. D. Sterling. Recovering True Risks When Multi-Level Exposure and Covariables are Both Misclassified. to appear, American Journal of Epidemiology, 1999.


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