1964 An elite in the making, New Society, November
1967 Patterns of occupational recruitment: the anglican ministry, Sociology, v.1
1970 Mathematical applications in sociology:   measurement and relations, International Journal of Mathematical Education Science and Technology, v.2
1972 Occupational attributes:  constructs and structure, Sociology, v.5
Formal foundations for research methods, International Journal of Mathematical Education Science and Technology, v.2
1974 Occupational similarities:  subjective aspects of social stratification, Quality and Quantity, v.8 *
Problems in the selection of occupational titles, Sociological Review, v.22 *
The mapping of family-composition preferences:  a scaling analysis, Social Science Research, v.3
1975 Social Mobility, ed *, Harmondsworth: Penguin
1977 Multidimensional scaling, in C Payne and C O'Muircheartaigh, eds, The Analysis of Survey Data:  Exploring Data Structures, Chichester:  John Wiley. *  Translated into Spanish by Jos� L M__oz Yanguas as:   Escalas Multidimensionales, J J S�chez Carri�n, Introducci�n a las t�cnicas de an�lisis multivariable, Madrid: CIS
Social process and ethnic identity, in G Williams, ed, Identity and Language in Wales, London:  Routledge
Recent developments in social science software, SSRC Newsletter, 33 March
1978 The Images of Occupational Prestige, London: Macmillan *
1979 Class and Hierarchy, London: Macmillan *
Images and predication: the use of subjective occupational hierarchies, Quality and Quantity, v.13
The Fate of the Anglican Clergy, London: Macmillan #
Measurement and Meaning, London: Macmillan *
Multidimensional scaling: exploration to confirmation, Quality and Quantity, v.14 *
Scaling ratings and rankings as vectors in   multidimensional scaling, in M M Barritt and D Wishart, eds COMPSTAT 1980: Proceedings in Computational Statistics, Vienna: Physica Verlag *
1982 The Users' Guide to Multidimensional Scaling, London: Heinemann
Key Texts in Multidimensional Scaling, London: Heinemann + Implications of the British methodological tradition  (P F Lazarsfeld Memorial Lecture), Quantitative Sociology Newsletter, #28
1983 Men in the Kitchen, in A Murcott, ed. The Sociology of Food and Eating: the social significance of food, Aldershot, Gower
Multidimensional scaling, in D MacKay, N Schofield and P Whiteley, eds, Data Analysis and the Social Sciences, London: Pinter
The misconstruction of occupational judgment, British Journal of Sociology, v.34, 4
Subjects' accounts and occupational predication, in G M Gilbert and P M Abell, eds, Accounts and Action, Aldershot: Gower
1986 Images of Social Stratification: Occupational Structures and Class, London: Sage + * (BSA Book Club title, 1987)
1987 Extended review, Surveying Subjective Phenomena, Psychometrika, 52
1988 `Something sensational ...' The Sexual Diary as tool for mapping detailed sexual behaviour, Sociological Review, 36 (2), 353-367 (�)
Developing MDS in an Exploratory Context, in F Faulbaum and H -M Uehlinger, eds Forschritte der Statistik-Software 1, Stuttgart/New York: Gustav Fischer Verlag
Towards a Sociology of Aids, Social Studies Review, 3, 191-197 (�)
The Numbers Game: Gay Lifestyles, Epidemiology and Social Science, in P Aggleton and H Homans, eds (1988) Social Aspects of Aids, London: Falmer (�)
1989 (invited) Review Essay: Social Science and Aids, Sociology of Health and Illness, 18 (4), 608-613 (�)
Editorial review: Research on Aids: behavioural perspectives, Aids,3 (4), 191-197 @ (�)
1990 Coping with the threat of death, in Brenda Almond, ed, AIDS: A Moral Issue: the ethical, legal and social aspects, London: Macmillan (�)
Patterns in Homosexual Relations: The Use of the Diary Method, in M Hubert, ed., Sexual Behaviour and Risks of HIV Infection, Brussels: Presse Saint Louis+
Seroprevalence of HIV-1 infection in a cohort of sexually active men, Genitourinary Medicine, 66, 423-427 (� and �)
Heterosexual Behaviour in a Large Cohort of Homosexually Active Men in England and Wales, AIDS Care, 3 (4), 191-197 (�)
1991 Changes in Sexual Behaviour in a large Cohort of Homosexually Active Men in England and Wales 1988-1989, British Medical Journal, 302, 505-506 (�)
Sexual Partners, Penetrative Sexual Partners and HIV Risk, AIDS, 5 (6), 723-728 (�)
Condom Use in a Large Cohort of Homosexually Active Men in England and Wales, AIDS Care, 3 (1), 31-41 (�)
Bisexuality in the United Kingdom, in R.A.P. Tielman, M. Carballo and Aart C. Hendricks, eds Bisexuality and HIV/AIDS, Buffalo, NY: Prometheus (x) (�)
1992 The Structure of Sexual Behaviour, Journal of Sex Research, 29 (1), 61-83 (�) (�)
The Sexual Behaviour of young gay men in England and Wales AIDS Care, 4,3 259-272 (�)
HIV-1 Infection in a Cohort of Gay and Bisexual Men, British Medical Journal, 305, 561-562 (�, �)
Maintenance of Open Gay Relationships: Some strategies for protection against HIV, Aids Care, 4,4  (�)
1993 No Connection Between Alcohol Use and Unsafe Sex among Gay and Bisexual men, Aids, 7 (1), 1-6 (�)
Strategies in Eliciting Sensitive Sexual Information: the case of Gay Men, Sociological Review, 41 (3), 537-556 (�) (�) (�)
Sex Role Separation in Sexual Diaries of Homosexual Men, Aids, 7 (6), 877-882 (�)(�)(�)
The testing of saliva samples for HIV-1 antibodies: reliability in a non-clinic setting, Genito-Urinary Medicine, 69(1), 29-30 (�)(�)
1994 Gay Men as Victims of Non-consensual Sex,   Archives of Sexual Behaviour, 23(3),281-294 (�)
Diaries and Sexual Behaviour: The Use of Sexual Diaries As Method and Substance in Researching Gay Men's Response to HIV/Aids (ch 8), M. Boulton, ed, Challenge and Innovation: Methodological Advances in Social Research  on HIV/AIDS London: Taylor and Francis, pp 125-148
41 entries in G Marshall, ed The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Sociology, Oxford: University Press
1995 Networks and Sex: some social contexts of  Gay Men's Response to HIV/Aids, in  R Parker and  John Gagnon, eds, Conceiving   Sexuality: Approaches to Sex Research in a Postmodern World, London: Routledge, pp 215-234
5 major entries in P A B Clarke and A Linzey, eds Dictionary of Theology and Society, London: Routledge [Class, Clergy, Homophobia, Same Sex Relations, Sexuality]
Risk in Context: the use of sexual diary data to analyse sequences of homosexual risk behaviour, in H tem Brummelhuis and G Herdt, eds Culture and Sexual Risk: Anthropological Perspectives on Aids, New York: Gordon Breach, pp 205-225 (�)
Change in gay men's risk behaviour: relapse, rationality -- one, both or neither? in D Friedrich and W Heckman, eds Aids in Europe -- The Behavioural Aspect.  Risk Behaviour and its determinants (vol 2), Berlin: Edition Sigma, pp133-143
1996 Changes in homosexual behaviour, in Mann J et al, eds Aids in the World, vol II. New York: Oxford University Press, pp 252-258
Between the Sheets: Sexual Diaries and Gay Men's Sex in the Era of Aids, London: Cassell
1997 SNOUT: An intelligent assistant for Exploratory Data Analysis (with Scott PD, Hobbs MH, Williams RJ)   Proceedings of First European Symposium on Principles of Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, Berlin: Springer Verlag
1999 Parallel Accounts? Discrepancies Between Self-report (Diary) and Recall (Questionnaire) Measures of the Same Sexual Behaviour, Aids Care, 11(2), 221-234
Sorting Data: Collection and Analysis, Newbury Pk, Ca: Sage Publications (Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences, 07-127 (Appendices, references & endnotes available at:
2000 How many account for how much? The concentration of high-risk sexual behaviour among gay men. Journal of Sex Research, (37),1, 1-7.
2002 Criterion validity and occupational classification: the seven economic employment relations measures and the NS-SEC, in D. Rose and D.J. Pevalin, eds A Researcher's guide to the National Statistics Socio-economic Classification , pp 107-130. London: Sage (with Kimberley Fisher)
2003 4 entries in: Michael S. Lewis-Beck, Alan E. Bryan and Tim Futing Liao, eds The Sage Encyclopaedia of Social Science Research Methods, London Sage Publications [ multidimensional scaling (669-672) , diary (261-2), sorting (1048-9), dissimilarity (275-6) ]
2004 Gay men and AIDS: Project Sigma's Approach and Method , Radical Statistics: 83 (Special Edition: Sexuality and Radical Research) The quality in quantitative methods (with M.Max Bergman), pp 52-78 Integrating qualitative and quantitative data: what does the user need? (Pp 141-152) Both in Qualitative Inquiry: Research, Archiving and Re-use, M.M. Bergman and T.S. Eberle,eds. Bern: Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences. (retrieved 06/01/2010)
2005 Understanding Sexual Diversity, in A. Linzey and R. Kirker, eds. Gays and the Future of Anglicanism, Winchester: O books, pp 228-242 2006 Mills, D, A. Jepson, T. Coxon, M. Easterby-Smith, P. Hawkins, J. Spencer, Demographic Review of the UK Social Sciences, ESRC: Training and Development Board. 13872.pdf (retrieved 06/01/2010)
Spruyt, K, L.M. O’Brien, A.P.Macmillan Coxon, R. Cluydts, G. Verleye, R. Ferri, Multidimensional Scaling of pediatric sleep breathing problems and bio-behavioral correlates, Sleep Medicine, 7(3), pp 269-280
2007 Tiliopoulos, N, A P Bikker, Coxon, A P M, Hawkins, PK The means and ends of religiosity: A fresh look at Gordon Allport's religious orientation dimensions, Personality and Individual Differences, 42 (8) pp 1609- 1620
2000 Hassad, Rossi and APM Coxon (2008) Development and Initial Validation of a Scale to Measure Instructors’ Attitudes toward Concept-Based Teaching of Introductory Statistics in the Health and Behavioral Sciences International Statistical Institute, 56th Session, 2007
2010 Tiliopoulos, Niko , Pallier, Gerry, Coxon Anthony P.M. A circle of traits: A perceptual mapping of the NEO-PI-R, Personality and Individual Differences 48 , pp 34–39
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