14 June 2018 from 11:30 to 12:30

Dynamic Structural Equation Modeling by Ellen Hamaker

Many theories in the social and behavioral sciences are concerned with processes that unfold over time within a system, such as an individual or dyad. Methodological innovations like experience sampling and ambulatory assessments have made it possible to measure such processes during everyday life. The intensive longitudinal data that stem from this, can be analyzed with the new Dynamic Structural Equation Modeling (DSEM) toolbox in Mplus. In this talk I will present examples of DSEM, and discuss some of the exciting research questions that we can now begin to answer.

Every 2nd Thursday of the month, 11:30-12:30, Boothzaal, University Library Uithof.

Recording from earlier M&S powersnacks can be accessed on the Lecturenet website.

Start date and time
14 June 2018 11:30
End date and time
14 June 2018 12:30