State-of-the-art analytical approachers for researchers in the human & social sciences
This workshop intends to provide researchers in the human and social sciences with a reference framework for some of the most common methodological concerns and to enable them to make the best analytical strategy choice.
January 18 – Plenary Lectures
Applying Structural Equation Modeling In Educational Research
Jichuan Wang,The George Washington University
Using multilevel modeling to examine micro-macro organizational relationships
Ronald Heck, University of Hawaii
The factor analysis procedure for exploration: a short guide with examples
Amir Hefetz, Data-Graph
Contemporary Approaches to Psychometrics: Item Response Theory and Diagnostic Classification Models
Jonathan Templin, University of Kansas
Applying the Hierarchical Linear Model to Longitudinal Data
Lesa Hofman, University of Kansas
Missing Data – Mechanisms and Possible Solutions
Haim Bar, University of Connecticut
January 19 – Parallel interactive sessions
Coordinated by the invited speakers for discussing procedures, asking questions and sharing doubts about own research.
You may attend up to 2 parallel interactive sessions. All of them will take place both in the morning and in the afternoon.