IN PERSON – 5-day Statistics Short Course
Multivariate Modeling Seminar Overview:
An introductory 5-day course on using R software for common analytic methods in behavioral and social sciences. Topics covered include, regression, mediation and moderation, multilevel modeling (MLM), factor analysis and structural equation modeling (SEM).
- Introduction to R software and importing data into R
- Fitting regression models in R
- Testing mediation and moderation models in R
- MLM in R
- Factor analysis and SEM in R
This seminar is intended to introduce participants to popular multivariate statistical methods using the R software program. R is a free, open-source software program which continues to grow in popularity across a wide variety of fields. R provides cutting edge functionality for most popular multivariate analyses used by researchers in behavioral and social sciences.
This seminar will help you begin to learn how to analyze multivariate models using R. The seminar will cover regression, mediation, moderation, multilevel, factor and SEM models in R. Using real datasets provided in the seminar, participants will learn how to use the R software program to analyze data and interpret results. Further the seminar will focus on best practices approaches to model specification and interpretation across all covered methods. Coverage of confirmatory factor analysis and SEM will use the lavaan package.
Participants will receive an electronic copy of all course materials, including lecture slides, practice datasets, software scripts, relevant supporting documentation, and recommended readings. Participants will also have access to a video recording of the course.
Instructor: Alex Schoemann, Ph.D.
Dr. Alexander M. Schoemann, is an Alex Schoemann, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Psychology at East Carolina University. Alex received his PhD from the University of Kansas in 2011 in Social and Quantitative Psychology under the mentorship of Dr. Kristopher Preacher. He has been a Stats Camp instructor since 2012 … (after spending several years as a “counselor”). Alex teaches graduate courses in research design, regression, multivariate statistics, structural equation modeling and multilevel modeling. His research is focused on applying advanced quantitative methods to data from behavior sciences. Specific topics of interest include mediation and moderation, power analyses, missing data estimation, meta-analysis, structural equation models and multilevel models. Alex is also interested in developing user friendly software for advanced methods including applications for power analysis for mediation models (http://marlab.org/power_mediation/).
APA Continuing Education Credits:
This course offers 29 hours of Continuing Education Credits. Stats Camp Foundation is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Stats Camp Foundation maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Materials, downloads, recorded course video viewable for up to one year.