Date(s) - 07/30/2018 - 08/03/2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Temple University Center City
The Multilevel Structural Equation Modeling, Taught by Dr. Kristopher Preacher
July 30-August 3, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
This course will introduce a variety of extensions to MLM, including cutting-edge multilevel structural equation modeling to handle complex designs and modeling objectives. Throughout the workshop, empirical examples will be presented to illustrate key concepts. A strong background in structural equation modeling is not necessary. Participants in this seminar can expect to gain: Mastery of advanced topics in MLM; The ability to use multilevel SEM to test complex structural hypotheses; The ability to fluently interpret and translate among path diagrams, model equations, and Mplus syntax for advanced MLM and MSEM; Strategies for tackling convergence problems and estimation errors; Programming skills for conducting Monte Carlo studies to assess model feasibility prior to data collection; and much more.
This seminar is designed for researchers who have had some exposure to multilevel modeling and/or structural equation 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 and should also have a good understanding of the theory and practice of linear regression.
A fee of $1795.00 includes all course materials. The early registration fee of $1595.00 is available until July 2. Click HERE to register.