The following list of references contains citations used throughout this website, including those on the ASPES method, ASPES applications, the SPI-Path|Individual User Guide, and the Comprehensive Teacher Induction study.

ASPES Method

Peck, L.R.  (2003).  Subgroup Analysis in Social Experiments:  Measuring Program Impacts Based on Post Treatment Choice.  American Journal of Evaluation, 24(2), 157-187. DOI: 10.1016/S1098-2140(03)00031-6 (Available here)

Peck, L.R. (2013).  On Analysis of Symmetrically-Predicted Endogenous Subgroups: Part One of a Method Note in Three Parts.  American Journal of Evaluation, 34(2): 225-236. DOI: 10.1177/1098214013481666 (Available here)

Bell, S.H., & Peck, L.R. (2013). Using Symmetric Predication of Endogenous Subgroups for Causal Inferences about Program Effects under Robust Assumptions:  Part Two of a Method Note in Three Parts.  American Journal of Evaluation, 34(3), 413-426. DOI: 10.1177/1098214013489338 (Available here)

Harvill, E.L., Peck, L.R., & Bell, S.H. (2013).  On Overfitting in Analysis of Symmetrically Predicted Endogenous Subgroups from Randomized Experimental Samples: Part Three of a Method Note in Three Parts.  American Journal of Evaluation, 34(4). DOI: 10.1177/1098214013503201 (Available here)

ASPES Applications

Harvill, E.L., Moulton, S.R, Peck, L.R. & Freeman, B. (2017).  “The Role of Novice Teacher Mentorship in Improving Student Achievement”.  Working paper.

Moulton, S.R., Peck, L.R., & Dillman, K.N. (2014). Moving to Opportunity’s Impact on Health and Well-Being Among High Dosage Participants.  Housing Policy Debate, 24(2), 415-446. (Available here)

Moulton, S.R., Peck, L.R., & Greeney, A. (2017). Analyzing the Influence of Dosage in Social Experiments, with Application to the Supporting Health Marriage Program. American Journal of Evaluation. (Available here)

Peck, L.R., & Bell, S.H. (2014).  The Role of Program Quality in Determining Head Start’s Impact on Child Development. OPRE Report #2014-10, Washington, DC: Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (Available here)

SPI-Path|Individual User Guide

Moulton, S.R.,  with Laura R. Peck & Stephen H. Bell. (2014). Social Policy Impact Pathfinder (SPI-Path) Analytic Suite:  SPI-Path|Individual User Guide Version 2. Bethesda, MD: Abt Associates Inc.   (Available here)

Comprehensive Teacher Induction (CTI) Study

Glazerman, S., Isenberg, E., Dolfin, S.,  Bleeker, M.,  Johnson, A. , Grider, M., & Jacobus, M. (2010). Impacts of comprehensive teacher induction: Final results from a randomized controlled study (NCEE 2010-4027). Washington, DC: National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education. (Available here)