Lynn HS, McCulloch CE. When does it pay to break the matches for analysis of a matched-pairs design? Biometrics 1992;48:397-409.
Rosenstreich D, Eggleston P, Kattan M, Baker D, Slavin R, Gergen P, Mitchell H, McNiff-Mortimer K, Lynn H, Ownby D, Malveaux F. The role of cockroach allergy and exposure to cockroach allergen in causing morbidity among inner-city children with asthma. New England Journal of Medicine 1997;336(19):1356-1363.
Donfield S, Lynn H, Hilgartner M. Progression to AIDS. Science 1998;280(5371):1819-20.
Lynn HS, McCulloch CE. Using principal component analysis and correspondence analysis for estimation in latent variable models. Journal of American Statistical Association 2000;95(450):561-572.
Lynn HS. Maximum likelihood inference for left-censored HIV RNA data. Statistics in Medicine 2001;20:33-45.
Sullivan S, Weiss K, Lynn H, Mitchell H, Kattan M, Gergen P, Evans R. The cost-effectiveness of an inner-city asthma intervention for children. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 2002;110:576-81.
Gergen P, Mitchell H, Lynn H. Understanding the seasonal pattern of childhood asthma: Results from the NCICAS. Journal of Pediatrics 2002;141:631-636.
Lynn HS. Suppression and confounding in action. The American Statistician 2003;57:58-61.
Lynn H, Lau E, Wong S, Hong A. An osteoporosis screening tool for Chinese men. Osteoporosis International 2005;16(7):829-834.
Lynn H, Woo J, Leung PC, Barrett-Connor E, Nevitt M, Cauley J, Adler RA, Orwoll E. An evaluation of osteoporosis screening tools for the Osteoporotic Fractures in Men (MrOS) Study. Osteoporosis International 2008;19(7):1087-1092.
Lynn H, Dong Z, Mu Z. Comparison of software algorithms for calculating REML Wald type confidence limits for the between-group variance component in a small sample one-way random effects model example. The American Statistician 2010;64(1):83-87.
Lynn H, Tsang B. Developing a predictive tool for psychological well-being among Chinese adolescents in the presence of missing data. BMC Medical Research Methodology 2011;11:119.
Jia B, Lynn H. A sample size planning approach that considers both statistical significance and clinical significance. Trials 2015;16:213.
Lynn HS. Training the next generation of statisticians: From head to heart. The American Statistician 2016;70(2):149-151.
Guo W, Wang S, Yang S, Lynn H, Ji Y. A Bayesian interval dose-finding design addressing Ockham's razor: mTPI-2. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2017;58:23-33.
Hong S, Lynn H. Accuracy of random-forest-based imputation of missing data in the presence of non-normality, non-linearity, and interaction. BMC Medical Research Methodology 2020;20:199.