Date(s) - 04/27/2018 - 04/28/2018
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Temple University Center City
Two-day seminar hosted by Statistical Horizons in April will provide a thorough introduction to latent growth curve models, which facilitate an assessment of longitudinal change from within the structural equation modeling framework. The seminar is taught by Dr. Gregory Hancock and will review SEM with measured and latent variables as well as introduce and illustrate Mplus. The seminar will then review more traditional longitudinal models within an SEM framework to finish laying the necessary foundations.
Topics will transition into more complex modeling variations, drawing from the following areas:
•growth models for treatments and interventions
Participants should have had exposure to statistical methods up through structural equation modeling, which includes topics such as measured variable path models, confirmatory factor models, etc. Familiarity with, or access to, Mplus software is not required for this seminar.