This five-hour workshop covers various introductory topics in structural equation modeling, starting with path modeling with continuous and categorical variables. Topics include:

  1. Assumptions and data considerations
  2. Model creation, identification, and evaluation
  3. Multiple regression vs path analysis
  4. Testing mediation
  5. Confirmatory factor analysis
R syntax and output will be provided for all examples. We offer discounted pricing for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.
  • November 21, 2020
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  • December 5, 2019
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This five-hour workshop covers various introductory topics in structural equation modeling, starting with path modeling with continuous and categorical variables. Topics include:

  1. Assumptions and data considerations
  2. Model creation, identification, and evaluation
  3. Multiple regression vs path analysis
  4. Testing mediation
  5. Confirmatory factor analysis
Mplus syntax and output will be provided for all examples. We offer discounted pricing for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.
  • November 19, 2018
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This five-hour workshop covers various advanced topics in structural equation modeling with continuous and categorical variables. Topics include:

  1. Model creation, identification, and evaluation
  2. Testing moderation, mediation and moderated mediation,
  3. Multiple group modeling
  4. Handling missing data
  5. Power analysis for a-priori sample size estimation.
R syntax and output will be provided for all examples. We offer discounted pricing for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.
  • November 21, 2020
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This five-hour workshop covers various advanced topics in structural equation modeling with continuous and categorical variables. Topics include:

  1. Model creation, identification, and evaluation
  2. Testing moderation, mediation and moderated mediation,
  3. Multiple group modeling
  4. Handling missing data
  5. Power analysis for a-priori sample size estimation.
Mplus syntax and output will be provided for all examples. We offer discounted pricing for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.
  • October 13, 2020
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In this first part, of the two part multilevel workshop series, we will cover introductory topics in multilevel modeling with continuous and categorical variables.

  1. When multilevel analysis is necessary,
  2. Multilevel regression,
  3. Random intercepts, slopes and cross-level effects, and
  4. Interpreting multilevel analysis
R syntax and output will be provided for all examples. We offer discounted pricing for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.
  • November 22, 2020
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In this first part, of the two part multilevel workshop series, we will cover introductory topics in multilevel modeling with continuous and categorical variables.

  1. When multilevel analysis is necessary,
  2. Multilevel regression,
  3. Random intercepts, slopes and cross-level effects, and
  4. Interpreting multilevel analysis
Mplus syntax and output will be provided for all examples. We offer discounted pricing for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.
  • July 17, 2020
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In this second part, of the two part multilevel workshop series, we will cover more advanced topics in multilevel modeling with continuous and categorical variables.

  1. Multilevel path analysis,
  2. Multilevel path analysis with mediation and moderation,
  3. Multilevel latent variable modeling,
  4. Analyzing longitudinal data within a multilevel framework
  5. A-priori and post-hoc power analysis
R syntax and output will be provided for all examples. We offer discounted pricing for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.
  • November 22, 2020
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In this second part, of the two part multilevel workshop series, we will cover more advanced topics in multilevel modeling with continuous and categorical variables.

  1. Multilevel path analysis,
  2. Multilevel path analysis with mediation and moderation,
  3. Multilevel latent variable modeling,
  4. Analyzing longitudinal data within a multilevel framework
  5. A-priori and post-hoc power analysis
Mplus syntax and output will be provided for all examples. We offer discounted pricing for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.
  • July 17, 2020
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