Date(s) - 11/15/2019 - 11/16/2019
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Temple University Center City
Statistical Horizons is hosting a 2 day seminar taught by Donald Hedeker starting on November 15 at 9 am.
Although there is much to be learned from such data, conventional methods of analysis are often unsuited to the task. In this seminar you will learn how to analyze intensive longitudinal data by way of mixed models, also known as multilevel or hierarchical linear models.
Here are some of the other topics covered in the seminar:
- Random intercepts 2- and 3-level mixed models with observations nested within days and days within subjects, or observations within waves and waves within subjects.
- Estimating descriptive statistics for time-varying variables in situations where the number of observations per subject can be quite varied across subjects.
- The treatment of occasion-varying covariates, and the decomposition of the within-subjects (WS) and between-subjects (BS) effects of such covariates.
If you plan on analyzing EMA or other forms of intensive longitudinal data, this course is for you. Participants should be thoroughly familiar with multiple linear regression, and some knowledge of mixed models. To learn more of the course CLICK HERE.
To attend the course the fee is $995 with an early registration fee of $895 available until October 1. RSVP today by CLICKING HERE.