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Benjamin, Ryan L (2021) The hybrid incidence susceptible-transmissible-removed model for pandemics. [Preprint]

Browning, Heather and Veit, Walter (2021) Utilitarian Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic for Non-Pandemic Diseases (Preprint). [Preprint]

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Canali, Stefano (2022) A Pragmatic Approach to Scientific Change: Transfer, Alignment, Influence. European Journal for Philosophy of Science, 12 (48). ISSN 1879-4912

Canali, Stefano and Piroddi, Corrado (2021) Introduction: The philosophy, ethics, and politics of epidemiology today. MEFISTO. Rivista di Medicina, Filosofia, Storia, 5 (1). pp. 55-64. ISSN 2532-8255

Climenhaga, Nevin and DesAutels, Lane and Ramsey, Grant (2019) Causal Inference from Noise. [Preprint]

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DiMarco, Marina (2020) Wishful Intelligibility, Black Boxes, and Epidemiological Explanation. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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Erasmus, Adrian (2022) The Bias Dynamics Model: Correcting for Meta-Biases in Therapeutic Prediction. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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Fernández Pinto, Manuela and Hicks, Daniel J. (2019) Legitimizing Values in Regulatory Science. Environmental Health Perspectives, 127 (3). 035001. ISSN 0091-6765

Findl, Johannes and Suárez, Javier (2021) Descriptive Understanding and Prediction in COVID-19 Modelling. [Preprint]

Fuller, Jonathan (2021) Epidemics from the population perspective. [Preprint]

Fuller, Jonathan (2020) Epidemiologic Evidence: Use at Your Own Risk? [Preprint]

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Harvard, Stephanie and Winsberg, Eric (2021) Causal Inference, Moral Intuition, and Modeling in a Pandemic. Philosophy of Medicine, 2 (2). pp. 1-10. ISSN 2692-3963

Hicks, Daniel J. (2021) Open science, the replication crisis, and environmental public health. Accountability in Research. pp. 1-29. ISSN 0898-9621

Hicks, Daniel J. (2022) The P value plot does not provide evidence against air pollution hazards. Environmental Epidemiology, 6 (2). e198. ISSN 2474-7882

Hicks, Daniel J. (2021) When Virtues are Vices: 'Anti-Science' Epistemic Values in Environmental Politics. Philosophy, Theory, and Practice in Biology, 14. ISSN 2475-3025

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Jäntgen, Ina (2022) How to measure effect sizes for rational decision-making. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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Kelly, Michael P. and Russo, Federica (2022) The 'lifeworld’ of health and disease and the design of public health interventions. UNSPECIFIED.

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Leonelli, Sabina and Tempini, N (2020) Data Journeys in the Sciences. Springer.

Lohse, Simon and Bschir, Karim (2020) The COVID-19 pandemic: A case for epistemic pluralism in public health policy. [Preprint]

Lohse, Simon and Canali, Stefano (2021) Follow *the* science? On the marginal role of the social sciences in the COVID-19 pandemic. [Preprint]

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Maziarz, Mariusz and Zach, Martin (2020) Agent-based modeling for SARS-CoV-2 epidemic prediction and intervention assessment. A methodological appraisal. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. ISSN 1365-2753

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Northcott, Robert (2022) Pandemic modeling, good and bad. [Preprint]

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Ojea Quintana, Ignacio and Rosenstock, Sarita and Klein, Colin (2021) The Coordination Dilemma For Epidemiological Modelers. [Preprint]

Osimani, Barbara (2020) Epistemic Gains and Epistemic Games: Reliability and higher order evidence in Medicine and Pharmacology. A. LaCaze, B. Osimani (eds.), Uncertainty in Pharmacology, Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science 338.. pp. 345-372.

Osimani, Barbara and Ilardo, Maria Laura and Castaldo, Pasqualina (2020) Science as a Weapon of Mass Distraction. MEDIC, 28 (1). pp. 30-49. ISSN 1824-3991

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Pernu, Tuomas K. (2020) COVID-19 and Control: An Essay from a Pragmatic Perspective on Science. Multidisciplinary Perspectives on the COVID-19 Pandemic.

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Russo, Federica (2022) Causal Pluralism and Public Health. [Preprint]

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Schroeder, S. Andrew (2021) How to Interpret Covid-19 Predictions: Reassessing the IHME’s Model. Philosophy of Medicine, 2 (1). pp. 1-7. ISSN 2692-3963

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Valles, Sean A. (2021) Why Race and Ethnicity Are Not Like Other Risk Factors: Applying Structural Competency and Epistemic Humility in the Covid-19 Pandemic. Philosophy of Medicine, 2 (1). pp. 1-8. ISSN 2692-3963

van Basshuysen, Philippe and White, Lucie (2021) Emerging from lockdown – what went wrong? [Preprint]

van Basshuysen, Philippe and White, Lucie (2021) The Epistemic Duties of Philosophers: An Addendum. [Preprint]

van Basshuysen, Philippe and White, Lucie and Khosrowi, Donal and Frisch, Mathias (2021) Three ways in which pandemic models may perform a pandemic. [Preprint]

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White, Lucie and van Basshuysen, Philippe and Frisch, Mathias (2021) When is Lockdown Justified? [Preprint]

Wiśniowska, Karolina and Żuradzki, Tomasz and Ciszewski, Wojciech (2022) Value choices in European COVID-19 vaccination schedules: how vaccination prioritisation differs from other forms of priority-setting. [Preprint]

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