Date(s) - 04/24/2020 - 04/25/2020
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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This seminar will be hosted by Statistical Horizons.
Latent Growth Curve Modeling, Taught by Dr. Gregory Hancock
April 24-25, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The seminar will start with a quick review of SEM with measured and latent variables, illustrating the use of Mplus for such models. Next, latent means models, which add a mean structure to typical covariance-based structural models, will be introduced and illustrated with Mplus. The seminar will then review more traditional longitudinal models within an SEM framework (repeated measure models, panel models, etc.) to finish laying the necessary foundations. The seminar will then move into a thorough coverage of traditional linear latent growth models, including but not limited to different time centering, uneven and varied time points, and time-independent covariates. Then topics will transition into more complex modeling variations, drawing from the following areas as time allows.
The cost of attendance is $995 (though there is a fair discount for early registration). Click here for more info.