Date(s) - 02/02/2018 - 02/03/2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Holiday Inn Fort Meyers
Come and join Statistical Horizons as they host a 2 day course on Multilevel Modeling in February. The course will be taught by Dr. Kristopher Preacher and will feature models presented in several formats—path diagrams, equations, and software syntax. Data and Mplus syntax for all of the examples will be included in the workshop materials.
This “second course” in multilevel modeling will introduce a variety of MLM 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.
Hierarchically clustered (multilevel or nested) data are common in the social sciences, medical fields, and business research. Increasingly complex research designs and hypotheses have created a need for sophisticated methods that go beyond standard multilevel modeling.
This seminar is designed for researchers who have some prior experience with multilevel modeling and who want to deepen and extend their knowledge. At a minimum, participants should have a good working knowledge of basic principles of statistical inference