Date(s) - 11/03/2017 - 11/04/2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This introductory level course taught by Dr. Kristopher Preacher will present on a variety of multilevel extensions, including cutting-edge multilevel structural equation modeling to handle complex designs and modeling objectives. Throughout the seminar, empirical examples will be presented to illustrate key concepts. A background in structural equation modeling is not necessary. Participants in this seminar can expect to gain: mastery of advanced topics; a deeper understanding of the relationship between multilevel and structural equation modeling; the ability to use multilevel structural equation modeling to test complex structural hypotheses; Mplus syntax for advanced multilevel modeling; and much more.
This course is intended for researchers with some experience in multilevel modeling and who want to expand their knowledge on how to use in more scenarios.
The course outline is broken down into two days starting November 3 and ending on November 4. The agenda for each day outlined on the course website. The website also includes needed material, the location of the seminar and additional requirements. To find this information please click HERE.
To register for early registration price of $895, you must register before October 4. Click HERE to register.