Martin T. Wells
Martin T. Wells
Charles A. Alexander Professor of Statistical Science, Cornell University
Verified email at cornell.edu
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Larger board size and decreasing firm value in small firms
T Eisenberg, S Sundgren, MT Wells
Journal of financial economics 48 (1), 35-54, 1998
28711998
The predictability of punitive damages
T Eisenberg, J Goerdt, B Ostrom, D Rottman, MT Wells
The Journal of Legal Studies 26 (S2), 623-661, 1997
3161997
Model selection and semiparametric inference for bivariate failure-time data
W Wang, MT Wells
Journal of the American Statistical Association 95 (449), 62-72, 2000
3052000
Identifying important predictors for anastomotic leak after colon and rectal resection: prospective study on 616 patients
K Trencheva, KP Morrissey, M Wells, CA Mancuso, SW Lee, T Sonoda, ...
Annals of surgery 257 (1), 108-113, 2013
2902013
Deadly confusion: Juror instructions in capital cases
T Eisenberg, MT Wells
Cornell L. Rev. 79, 1, 1993
2801993
Juries, judges, and punitive damages: An empirical study
T Eisenberg, N LaFountain, B Ostrom, D Rottman
Cornell L. Rev. 87, 743, 2001
2632001
A randomized controlled trial of positive-affect intervention and medication adherence in hypertensive African Americans
GO Ogedegbe, C Boutin-Foster, MT Wells, JP Allegrante, AM Isen, ...
Archives of internal medicine 172 (4), 322-326, 2012
2352012
Assessment and risk analysis of casing and cement impairment in oil and gas wells in Pennsylvania, 2000–2012
AR Ingraffea, MT Wells, RL Santoro, SBC Shonkoff
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (30), 10955-10960, 2014
2142014
Judge‐Jury Agreement in Criminal Cases: A Partial Replication of Kalven and Zeisel's The American Jury
T Eisenberg, PL Hannaford‐Agor, VP Hans, NL Waters, GT Munsterman, ...
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 2 (1), 171-207, 2005
2082005
Biostatistical methods in epidemiology
SC Newman
John Wiley & Sons, 2001
1922001
Using random rather than fixed effects models in meta‐analysis: Implications for situational specificity and validity generalization
A Erez, MC Bloom, MT Wells
Personnel Psychology 49 (2), 275-306, 1996
1911996
But was he sorry? The role of remorse in capital sentencing
T Eisenberg, SP Garvey, MT Wells
Cornell L. Rev. 83, 1599, 1997
1881997
Explaining death row's population and racial composition
J Blume, T Eisenberg, MT Wells
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 1 (1), 165-207, 2004
1662004
A Bayesian analysis of return dynamics with LÚvy jumps
H Li, MT Wells, CL Yu
The Review of Financial Studies 21 (5), 2345-2378, 2008
1562008
A randomized controlled trial of positive-affect induction to promote physical activity after percutaneous coronary intervention
JC Peterson, ME Charlson, Z Hoffman, MT Wells, SC Wong, ...
Archives of internal medicine 172 (4), 329-336, 2012
1552012
Estimation of accuracy in testing
JT Hwang, G Casella, C Robert, MT Wells, RH Farrell
The annals of statistics 20 (1), 490-509, 1992
1541992
The Charlson comorbidity index can be used prospectively to identify patients who will incur high future costs
M Charlson, MT Wells, R Ullman, F King, C Shmukler
PloS one 9 (12), e112479, 2014
1442014
Forecasting life and death: Juror race, religion, and attitude toward the death penalty
T Eisenberg, SP Garvey, MT Wells
The Journal of Legal Studies 30 (2), 277-311, 2001
1432001
Surveillance CT scans are a source of anxiety and fear of recurrence in long-term lymphoma survivors
CA Thompson, ME Charlson, E Schenkein, MT Wells, RR Furman, ...
Annals of oncology 21 (11), 2262-2266, 2010
1402010
Genome-wide analysis reveals inositol, not choline, as the major effector of Ino2p-Ino4p and unfolded protein response target gene expression in yeast
SA Jesch, X Zhao, MT Wells, SA Henry
Journal of Biological Chemistry 280 (10), 9106-9118, 2005
1372005
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