Dalene K. Stangl

Dalene K. Stangl

Professor of the Practice of Statistical Science

External address: 
212 Old Chem Bldg, Durham, NC 27708
Internal office address: 
Box 90251, Durham, NC 27708-0251
(919) 684-4263


  • Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University 1991
  • M.A., Carnegie Mellon University 1988
  • M.A., University of Iowa 1980
  • B.S., Iowa State University 1978

Stangl, D, and Huerta, G. "Using Bayesian Hierarchical Models to Assess the Impact of Managed-Care Strategies." Lifetime Data Analysis 6 (2000): 123-139. (Academic Article)

Farmer, EM, Stangl, DK, Burns, BJ, Costello, EJ, and Angold, A. "Use, persistence, and intensity: patterns of care for children's mental health across one year." Community Ment Health J 35.1 (February 1999): 31-46.

Angold, A, Messer, SC, Stangl, D, Farmer, EM, Costello, EJ, and Burns, BJ. "Perceived parental burden and service use for child and adolescent psychiatric disorders." Am J Public Health 88.1 (January 1998): 75-80.

Farmer, EMZ, Stangl, DK, Burns, BJ, Costello, EJ, and Angold, A. "Use, Persistence, and Intensity: Patterns of Care for Children's Mental Health Across One Year. Community Mental Health Across One Year." Community Mental Health Journal 35.1 (1998): 31-46. (Academic Article)

Stangl, D, and Berry, D. "Bayesian Statistics in Medicine: Where We Are and Where We Should Be Going"." Invited Paper, Sankhya. Series B 60 (1998): 176-195. (Academic Article)

Stangl, DK, and Greenhouse, JB. "Assessing Placebo Response Using Bayesian Hierarchical Survival Models." Lifetime Data Analysis 4.1 (1998): 5-28.

Erkanli, A, Soyer, R, and Stangl, D. "Bayesian inference in two-phase prevalence studies." Stat Med 16.10 (May 30, 1997): 1121-1133.

Erkanli, E, Soyer, R, and Stangl, D. "Hierarchical Bayesian Analysis for Prevalence Estimation." Case Studies in Bayesian Statistics 3 (1997): 325-346. (Academic Article)

Costello, EJ, Angold, A, Burns, BJ, Stangl, DK, Tweed, DL, Erkanli, A, and Worthman, CM. "The Great Smoky Mountains Study of Youth. Goals, design, methods, and the prevalence of DSM-III-R disorders." Arch Gen Psychiatry 53.12 (December 1996): 1129-1136.