/SMC17-S2: Applied Longitudinal Mixture Modeling

SMC17-S2: Applied Longitudinal Mixture Modeling

  • Stats Camp 2017: Applied Longitudinal Mixture Modeling
    June 12, 2017 - June 16, 2017
    7:00 am - 3:00 pm

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Applied Longitudinal Mixture Modeling: Session 2 (June 12 – 16) 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

If you already have a strong background in the application of finite mixture models to cross-sectional data (e.g., latent class analysis and latent class cluster analysis) and you need to learn how to apply more advanced mixture models to longitudinal data, this course is for you. We strongly recommend that you attend our five-day intensive summer institute on applied latent class analysis and finite mixture modeling as a pre-requisite to taking this five-day advanced course. If you have not taken the foundations course, you should have extensive experience doing latent class analysis and/or latent profile analysis in Mplus or have taken a graduate-level course on latent class analysis using Mplus before enrolling. You do not need to know matrix algebra, likelihood theory, or longitudinal SEM, although knowledge of latent growth modeling in a SEM framework would be greatly beneficial.  Participants from a variety of fields—including psychology, education, human development, public health, prevention science, sociology, marketing, business, biology, medicine, political science, and communication—will benefit from the course.

Still have questions? Email: Statscamp@statscamp.org
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SMEP Minority Fellowships Available

The Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology (http://www.smep.org/) is offering a trial scholarship for minority scholars to attend our summer institutes. For the purposes of the SMEP minority fellowships, minority is defined as Latino/a, African American, or Native American. Prospective students should submit an application for a fellowship that includes a curriculum vitae, statement of financial need, and a short personal statement that must address what you wish to accomplish from taking a summer institute course, including both short-term and long-term goals. All received applications will be reviewed by the faculty who teach the summer institute courses. We will rank order the candidates based on merit and need. Funds are limited, so not all applicants will receive support. Click here to continue to survey.

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Venue:  

Venue Phone: 505-245-7100

Venue Website:

Address:
1000 Woodward Place NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87102, United States

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1000 Woodward Place NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87102, USA TEL: +1-505-245-7100 FAX: +1-505-247-1083 Group Name: Stats Camp Group Code: SCG Check-In: June 5th 2016 Check-Out: June 19th 2016 Room Reservations

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