Regressive logistic models for ordered and unordered polychotomous traits: Application to affective disorders
Regressive models are extended to disease phenotypes with two or more affection classes through the use of polychotomous logistic regression. The classes of affection may be ordered (ranked as on a liability continuum), or unordered. Data on affective disorders are used for illustration. Copyright © 1989 Wiley‐Liss, Inc., A Wiley Company
Bonney, George E.; Dunston, Georgia M.; and Wilson, Jerome, "Regressive logistic models for ordered and unordered polychotomous traits: Application to affective disorders" (1989). Howard University Cancer Center Faculty Publications. 252.