Date(s) - 10/13/2017 - 10/14/2017
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Statistical Horizons is hosting a two day seminar taught by Dr. Paul D. Allison on October 13-14 in Boston, Massachusetts.
The Structural Equation Models help bring variety and benefits into the field of behavioral and education sciences that include: Test complex causal theories with multiple pathways; Estimate simultaneous equations with reciprocal effects; Incorporate latent variables with multiple indicators;
Investigate mediation and moderation in a systematic way; Handle missing data by maximum likelihood (better than multiple imputation); Analyze longitudinal data; Estimate fixed and random effects models in a comprehensive and flexible
framework; And adjust for measurement error in predictor variables. Because SEM is such a complex and wide-ranging methodology, learning how to use it can take a substantial investment of time and effort. Now, you have the opportunity to learn the basics of SEM in just two days.
The seminars webpage does have a sample of the course material on its website and costs $995 for late registration and $895 for early registration.
To register please visit the link HERE.