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Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) using R

Livestream and/or Asynchronous: If you are unavailable to join live via Zoom, you can participate asynchronously by viewing the recorded course videos for up to 1 year.

An introductory 4-day seminar covers SEM with a focus on the statistical software R.

This seminar is designed to introduce the theoretical and applied understandings of latent variable models also called SEM. Topics covered include confirmatory factor analysis models, multiple group models, mediation, moderation, and longitudinal models.

Instructor: Alex Schoemann, Ph.D.

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Latent Profile Analysis

Livestream and/or Asynchronous: If you are unavailable to join live via Zoom, you can participate asynchronously by viewing the recorded course videos for up to 1 year.

A comprehensive 4-day Stats Camp seminar on Latent Profile Analysis.

An introduction to “person-centered” data analysis. Topics include latent profile analysis (aka, latent class cluster analysis), and modeling predictors and outcomes of latent profile membership. Hands-on practice with Mplus is provided.

Instructor: Whitney Moore, Ph.D.

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Longitudinal Structural Equation Modeling (LSEM)

Livestream and/or Asynchronous: If you are unavailable to join live via Zoom, you can participate asynchronously by viewing the recorded course videos for up to 1 year.

A comprehensive 4-day Stats Camp seminar on Longitudinal SEM.

This camp is an advanced intensive short course in the analysis of longitudinal data using SEM. The course includes a series of live lectures along with time for individual and group consultation time to provide participants with the tools needed to use of SEM for the analysis of longitudinal data.

Instructors: Todd Little, Ph.D. & Elizabeth Grandfield, Ph.D.

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Mediation and Moderation

Livestream and/or Asynchronous: If you are unavailable to join live via Zoom, you can participate asynchronously by viewing the recorded course videos for up to 1 year.

A comprehensive 4-day Stats Camp seminar on Mediation and Moderation.

Researchers are no longer simply interested in if one variable (X) is related to another (Y). Instead, research questions such as: “Why is X related to Y?” and “When is X related to Y?” abound. This course addresses methods to test why two variables are related (mediation) and when two variables are related (moderation).

Instructor: Mwarumba Mwavita, Ph.D.

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Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Livestream and/or Asynchronous: If you are unavailable to join live via Zoom, you can participate asynchronously by viewing the recorded course videos for up to 1 year.

An intermediate 4-day course introducing and practicing the concepts of systematic reviewing and conducting a meta-analysis using R.

Systematic review and meta-analysis are techniques used to synthesize and summarize large bodies of research literature. Compared to results from a single primary study, results from a meta-analysis provide greater generalizability, increased precision, and the ability to explore heterogeneity across studies. You will use the latest techniques and technical tools to conduct a high-quality systematic review and meta-analysis. You will learn hands-on, practical, and applied approaches to conducting reviews by combining lectures with practice material designed to enable you to conduct future meta-analyses.

Instructor: Joshua R. Polanin, Ph.D.

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