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Dr. Du Feng
Du Feng, Ph.D.
Human Development and Family Studies
806-742-3000 ext. 246
Office 309
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University of Southern California, 1995

Professor, Human Development and Family Studies


Application of multivariate techniques, longitudinal analyses, aging; intergenerational transmissions, marital quality/stability.

Recent Publications:

Feng, D., & Cliff, N. (in press). A Fortran Program for Dominance Analysis of Independent Data. Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods.

Esperat, C., Feng, D., Zhang, Y., Masten, Y., Allcorn, S., Velten, L., Billings, L., Pence, B., & Boylan, M. (2008). Transformation for Health: A Framework for Conceptualizing Health Behaviors in Vulnerable Populations. Nursing Clinics of North America, 43, 381-395.

Feng, D. (2007). Robustness and Power of Ordinal d for Paired Data. In Shlomo S. Sawilowsky (Ed.), Real Data Analysis (pp. 163-183). Greenwich, CT : Information Age Publishing.

Feng, D. Silverstein, M., Giarrusso, R., McArdle, J. J., & Bengtson, V. L. (2006). Attrition of older adults in longitudinal surveys: Detection and correction of sample selection bias using multigenerational data. Journal of Gerontology, 61, 323-328.

Esperat, M. C., Feng, D., Owen, D., & Green, A. (2005). Transformation for Health: A Framework for Health Disparities Research. Nursing Outlook, 53(3), 113-120.

Feng, D., & Cliff, N. (2004). Monte Carlo Evaluation of Ordinal d with Improved Confidence Interval. Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods, 3(2), 322-332.

Giarrusso, R., Feng, D., & Bengtson, L. (2004). The intergenerational-stake phenomenon over 20 years. In Merril Silverstein (Ed.), Annual review of gerontology and geriatrics, vol. 24 (pp 55-76). New York: Springer.

Programs for Dominance Analysis