E 
1 
1961 
Some relationships between music and mathematics. Music Educators Journal 48(1):104109, SeptemberOctober. 
R 
2 
1961 
Groups as machines. Mathematics Student Journal 9(1):56, November. 
R 
3 
1962 
Information theory and music. Behavioral Science 7(2):137163, April. 
R 
4 
1962 
Further properties of third order determinants. Mathematics Magazine 35(5):304, November. 
R 
5 
1963 
The Dred Scott decision: background and implications. Negro History Bulletin 27(4):145155, January. 
E 
6 
1963 
The critic at Harvard: ideals in college music criticism. Music Educators Journal 49(5):119120, AprilMay. 
R 
7 
1964 
Twisted determinants that sum to zero. Mathematics Magazine 37(4):267269, September. 
R 
3a 
1964 
Teorie informaci a hudba. In: Nové cesty hudby, pp. 180215. Czech translation by Jan Rychlik. Prague: Dilia. 
R 
8 
1965 
Diurnal cycles and maze learning in planarians. Worm Runner's Digest 7(1):2024, April. 
E 
9 
1965 
Love in a test tube. In: "The New Psychology," Harvard Review 3(2):4956, spring. 
A 
10 
1966 
(G. B. Schaller, J. J. Spillett, J. E. Cohen & R. C. De) The status of the large mammals in the Keoladeo Ghana Sanctuary, Rajasthan. International Union for the Conservation of Nature Bulletin N. S. 20:7, JulySeptember. 
E 
11 
1967 
Around the world in data ways. Harvard Alumni Bulletin 11 February, pp. 1632. 
R 
12 
1967 
(J. J. Spillett, J. E. Cohen & R. C. De) The large mammals of the Keoladeo Ghana Sanctuary, Rajasthan. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 63(3):602607. 
R 
13 
1968 
On estimating the equilibrium and transition probabilities of a finitestate Markov chain from the same data. Biometrics 24(1):185187, March. 
R 
14 
1968 
Alternate derivations of a speciesabundance relation. American Naturalist 102:165172, MarchApril. 
A 
15 
1969 
Grouping in a vervet monkey troop. Proceedings of the Second International Congress of Primatology, Behavior ed. C. R. Carpenter, 1:274278. Basel: S. Karger. 
A 
16 
1969 
Animal aggregations revisited. Biometrics 25(1):191, March. 
E 
17 
1969 
Contributions to section, "Mr. Joel Cohen's Visit," pp. 188192 in: D. C. McClelland & D. G. Winter, Motivating Economic Achievement: Accelerating Economic Development through Psychological Training. New York: Free Press. 
R 
18 
1969 
Natural primate troops and a stochastic population model. American Naturalist 103:455477, SeptemberOctober. 104:218, MarchApril. 
E 
19 
1970 
Men, models, and mathematics. Harvard Bulletin 72(11):1923. 
R 
20 
1970 
A Markov contingencytable model for replicated LotkaVolterra systems near equilibrium. American Naturalist 104:547560, NovemberDecember. 
B 
21 
1970 
Book review: Introduction to Mathematical Ecology by E. Pielou. American Scientist 58:699, NovemberDecember. 
R 
22 
1971 
Legal abortions, socioeconomic status, and measured intelligence in the United States. Social Biology 18:5563, March. 
B 
23 
1971 
Book review: Game Theory in the Behavioral Sciences ed. I. Buchler & H. Nutini. Quarterly Review of Biology 46(1):9899, March. 
B 
24 
1971 
Mathematics as metaphor. Book review: Dynamical System Theory in Biology by R. Rosen. Science 172:674675, 14 May. 
R 
25 
1971 
Estimation and interaction in a censored 2 x 2 x 2 contingency table. Biometrics 27:379386, June; 28:1141, December 1972. 
B 
26 
1971 
Book review: Mathematical Sciences and Social Sciences ed. W. Kruskal. American Scientist 59(4):500501. 
R 
27 
1971 
Social grouping and troop size in yellow baboons. Proceedings of the Third International Congress of Primatology 3:5864. Basel: S. Karger. 
R 
28 
1972 
Markov population processes as models of primate social and population dynamics. Theoretical Population Biology 3(2):119134, June. 
R 
29 
1972 
Aping monkeys with mathematics. In: Functional and Evolutionary Biology of the Primates ed. R. H. Tuttle, pp. 415436. Chicago: AldineAtherton. 
R 
30 
1972 
When does a leaky compartment model appear to have no leaks? Theoretical Population Biology 3(4):404405, December. 
R 
31 
1973 
Selective host mortality in a catalytic model applied to schistosomiasis. American Naturalist 107:199212, MarchApril. 
E 
32 
1973 
Turning the tables. In: Statistics by Example: Exploring Data ed. F. Mosteller et al., pp. 8790. Reading, MA: Addison Wesley. 
E 
33 
1973 
Independence of amoebas. In: Statistics by Example: Weighing Chances ed. F. Mosteller et al., pp. 7174. Reading, MA: Addison Wesley. 
E 
34 
1973 
Mathematics and myth. Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics News 6(3):23, June. 
R 
35 
1973 
Heterologous immunity in human malaria. Quarterly Review of Biology 48(3):467489, September. 
R 
36 
1974 
Some potential economic benefits of eliminating mortality due to schistosomiasis in Zanzibar. Social Science and Medicine 8:383398. 
B 
37 
1974 
Book review: Mathematical Models of Conception and Birth by M. C. Sheps & J. A. Menken. Journal of the American Statistical Association 69:10461047, December. 
R 
38 
1975 
Childhood mortality, family size and birth order in preindustrial Europe. Demography 12(1):3555, February. 
R 
39 
1975 
(J. E. Cohen & H. K. MacWilliams) The control of foot formation in transplantation experiments with Hydra viridis. Journal of Theoretical Biology 50:87105, January. 
R 
40 
1975 
(R. F. Sturrock, J. E. Cohen & G. Webbe) Catalytic curve analysis of schistosomiasis in snails. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 69:133134. 
R 
41 
1975 
The size and demographic composition of social groups of wild orangutans. Animal Behaviour 23(3):543550, August. 
R 
42 
1975 
Livelihood benefits of small improvements in the life table. Health Services Research 8296, spring. 
A 
43 
1975 
An ergodic theorem for the age structure of large populations in Markovian environments. Mathematische Modelle in der Biologie, Tagungsbericht 23, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, June. 
A 
44 
1975 
Stochastic ergodicity of population age structure. Advances in Applied Probability 7(3):466467, September. 
B 
45 
1975 
Book review: The Genetical Structure of Populations by K. Mather. Quarterly Review of Biology 50(4):454, December. 
E 
46 
1976 
Irreproducible results and the breeding of pigs; or nondegenerate limit random variables in biology. BioScience 26(6):391394, June. 
R 
47 
1976 
Ergodicity of age structure in populations with Markovian vital rates, I: Countable states. Journal of the American Statistical Association 71(354):335339, June. 
B 
48 
1976 
Book review: Ecological Diversity by E. C. Pielou. American Scientist 64(3):339, MayJune. 
E 
49 
1976 
Schistosomiasis —
a human hostparasite system. Chap. 13 in: Theoretical Ecology: Principles and Applications ed. R. M. May, pp. 237256. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific; Philadelphia: Saunders. 
R 
50 
1976 
(Peter D'Eustachio, J. E. Cohen & Gerald M. Edelman) Variation and control of specific antigenbinding cell populations in individual fetal mice. Journal of Experimental Medicine 144:259265, July. 
R 
51 
1976 
The distribution of the chisquared statistic under clustered sampling from contingency tables. Journal of the American Statistical Association 71(355):665670, September. 
B 
52 
1977 
Is a primate like a rose? Book review: Proceedings from the Symposia of the Fifth Congress of the International Primatological Society ed. S. Kondo, M. Kawai, A. Ehara, S. Kawamura. Contemporary Psychology 22(4):269270. 
R 
53 
1977 
Ergodicity of age structure in populations with Markovian vital rates, II: General states. Advances in Applied Probability 9:1837, March. 
R 
54 
1977 
(J. E. Cohen, Peter D'Eustachio & Gerald M. Edelman) The specific antigenbinding cell populations of individual fetal mouse spleens: repertoire composition, size and genetic control. Journal of Experimental Medicine 146:394411, August. 
E 
55 
1977 
Mathematical models of schistosomiasis. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 8:209233. Palo Alto: Annual Reviews. 
R 
56 
1977 
Ergodicity of age structure in populations with Markovian vital rates, III: Finitestate moments and growth rates; illustration. Advances in Applied Probability 9:462475, September. 
R 
57 
1977 
Food webs and the dimensionality of trophic niche space. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 74(10):45334536, October. 
R 
58 
1977 
Ratio of prey to predators in community food webs. Nature 270:165167, 10 November. 
B 
59 
1978 
Book review: Applied Mathematical Demography by Nathan Keyfitz. Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics News 11(1):58, February. 
R 
60 
1978 
A Markov chain with a given stationary distribution. American Statistician 32(1):39, February. 
R 
61 
1978 
Derivatives of the spectral radius as a function of nonnegative matrix elements. Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 83(2):183190, MarchApril. 
B 
62 
1978 
Book review: Regulation of Parasite Populations ed. Gerald W. Esch. Quarterly Review of Biology 53(1):77, March. 
B 
63 
1978 
Book review: Ecosystem Modeling in Theory and Practice ed. Charles A. S. Hall & John W. Day, Jr. American Scientist 66(4):500, July. 
R 
64 
1978 
(J. E. Cohen & Peter D'Eustachio) An affine linear model for the relation between two sets of frequency counts. Biometrics 34:514516, September. 
R 
65 
1978 
(Barbara R. Jasny, J. E. Cohen & Igor Tamm) The organization of DNA replication in a mammalian cell line. In: DNA Synthesis: Present and Future. Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on DNA Synthesis ed. I. Molineaux & M. Kohiyama, pp. 175188. New York: Plenum. 
R 
66 
1979 
(J. E. Cohen, János Komlós & Thomas Mueller) The probability of an interval graph, and why it matters. In: Relations between Combinatorics and Other Parts of Mathematics ed. D. K. RayChaudhuri, Proceedings of Symposia in Pure Mathematics 34:97115. Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society. 
R 
67 
1979 
The cumulative distance from an observed to a stable age structure. Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Journal of Applied Mathematics 36(1):169175, February. 
R 
68 
1979 
(J. E. Cohen, Barbara R. Jasny & Igor Tamm) The spatial distribution of initiation sites for mammalian DNA replication: a statistical analysis. Journal of Molecular Biology 128:219245, 25 February. 
R 
69 
1979 
Longrun growth rates of discrete multiplicative processes in Markovian environments. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 69:243251. 
E 
70 
1979 
(Peter D'Eustachio, J. E. Cohen & Gerald M. Edelman) The ontogeny of antigenbinding cells. In: Developmental Immunobiology; Proceedings of the Fifth Irwin Strasburger Memorial Seminar on Immunology ed. G. W. Siskind, S. D. Litwin & M. E. Weksler, pp. 133158. New York: Grune & Stratton. 
A 
71 
1979 
Ergodic theorems of population dynamics. Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics 9(1):27, Winter. 
A 
72 
1979 
Graph theoretic models of food webs. Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics 9(1):2930, Winter. 
E 
73 
1979 
Ergodic theorems of demography. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society N.S. 1(2):275295, March. 
E 
74 
1979 
Malaria, a moving target. New York Times OpEd page 21, July 1. 
B 
75 
1979 
Book review: Time and Man by L. R. B. Elton & H. Messel. BioScience 29(9):545, September. 
R 
76 
1979 
Random evolutions and spectral radius of a nonnegative matrix. Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 86(2):345350, September. 
R 
77 
1979 
Contractive inhomogeneous products of nonnegative matrices. Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 86(2):351364, September. 
R 
78 
1979 
(J. E. Cohen & Burton Singer) Malaria in Nigeria: constrained continuoustime Markov models for discrete time longitudinal data on human mixedspecies infections. In: Some Mathematical Questions in Biology ed. Simon A. Levin, 12:69133. Providence: American Mathematical Society. 
R 
79 
1979 
Comparative statics and stochastic dynamics of agestructured populations. Theoretical Population Biology 16(2):159171, October. 
R 
80 
1979 
(Igor Tamm, Barbara R. Jasny & J. E. Cohen) Initiation sites for replication of mammalian cell DNA. In: Specific Eukaryotic Genes ed. J. Engberg, H. Klenow & V. Leick, Alfred Benzon Symposium 13:221226. Amsterdam: Munskgaard.

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