Misc. Topics of Interest for Further Reading

* ***An Example for Estimating Level-2 Intercept Reliabilities in SPSS. **Ronald Heck developed this handout for his EDEP 606: Multivariate Methods (F2016) class. ||** .docx file** || **.pdf file**||

** Categorical Variables in Logistic Regression Models. **Ronald Heck developed this handout for his EDEP 606: Multivariate Methods (S2015) class.

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** ****Comparing Several Centering Strategies in Multilevel Models. **Ronald Heck developed this handout for his EDEP 606: Multivariate Methods (F2016) class.

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** Conducting Multi-Parameter Tests Between Nested Models in SPSS **by Ronald Heck

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** ****An Example for Estimating Level-2 Intercept Reliabilities in SPSS **by Ronald Heck

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Data Set || L2 intercept reliabilities example.zip ||

** ****Example of a Three-Level Dichotomous Outcome Model** by Ronald Heck

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Data Set || readprof threelevel.zip ||

** ****An Introduction to Multilevel Modeling with SEM (Revised 2-2016). ** Ronald Heck updated this book chapter (originally titled *Multilevel Modeling in SEM)* which appeared in *New Developments and Techniques in Structural Equation Modeling* by G. Marcoulides and R. Schumacker (pp. 89-128) published in 2001 by Lawrence Erlbaum: Mahwah, NJ.The revised chapter is meant to serve as an informative and helpful reference for learning about SEM and using the Mplus software application.

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Data Set || IntroMLM-SEMdatasets.zip ||

** Missing Data. **Ronald Heck developed two handouts on missing data for his EDEP 606: Multivariate Methods (F2015 and S2014 ) class. The handouts and accompanying data sets are:

*Some Thoughts on Missing Data *(rev*.* November 16, 2015) * *||** .doc file** || **.pdf file **||*
Example Using Missing Data*

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Data Sets || datasets.zip ||

** ****Procedure for Recoding Level-2 Identifier for Multilevel Models for Continuous and Categorical Outcomes **by Ronald Heck

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Data Set || level2 identifier recode.zip ||

** Reciprocal Effects Models and Models with Correlated Outcomes. **This handout was developed by Ronald Heck in response to a question from a student in the EDEP 606 (F2015): Multivariate Methods graduate-level class.

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Data Set || EmployeeData.zip ||

** Review of Multiple Regression. **This handout was developed by Ronald Heck for his EDEA 606 (F2015): Multivariate Methods graduate-level class.

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** Generate APA-style output tables. **Instructions for installing pre-formatted .stt files to automatically generate APA-style output tables in IBM SPSS may be downloaded here. ** **

** ****SPSS Tip: Change the Look of GENLIN MIXED Output****. **If you are using SPSS version 21 or later you can change the view of the output tables in GENLINMIXED from individual fixed graphic displays to one continuous text-based output.

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IBM SPSS's "Solutions for education" web page offers support to students and faculty: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/analytics/spss/academic/students/tutorials.htm

The *Institute for Digital Research and Education (idre)* at the University of California-Los Angeles conduct statistical workshops and classes with a wide range of statistical software. A list covering *SPSS, **Mplus and Latent Variable Analysis, *

*Longitudinal Data Analysis*, and

*Multilevel Modeling*content is shown below. For a complete list of classes, workshops, and software go to:

*http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/seminars/*

- Introduction to SPSS version 22 (point-and-click and syntax)
- Introduction to SPSS version 21 (point-and-click and syntax)
- Introduction to SPSS version 17 (both point-and-click and syntax)
- Introduction to SPSS version 17 (syntax only)
- Introduction to SPSS version 17 (point-and-click only)
*with movies* - Beyond Point and Click: SPSS Syntax (using SPSS version 11.5)
*with movies* - Introduction to SPSS Syntax, Part 1 (using SPSS version 16)
- Introduction to SPSS Syntax, Part 2 (using SPSS version 16)
- Introduction to SPSS Syntax, Part1 (using SPSS version 21)
- Introduction to SPSS Syntax, Part 2 (using SPSS version 21)
- Regression with SPSS
*with movies* - Repeated Measures Analysis in SPSS
- Mediation and Moderation using the SPSS Process Macro
- Graphics using SPSS

**Mplus and Latent Variable Analysis**

- Introduction to Mplus, Part 1
- Introduction to Mplus, Part 2
- Multilevel Modeling With Latent Variables Using Mplus: Cross-Sectional Analysis (March, 2009)
*with movies* - Multilevel Modeling With Latent Variables Using Mplus: Longitudinal Analysis (March, 2009)
*with movies* - Growth Modeling with Latent Variables Using Mplus
*with movies* - Growth and Multilevel Modeling Using Mplus
*with movies* - EFA, CFA, and SEM Using Mplus
*with movies* - New Methods for Latent Variable Modeling in Mplus
*with movies* - Statistical Analysis with Latent Variables (a 10 week course)
*with movies*

Professor Bengt Muthén taught this 10 week course on the Statistical Analysis with Latent Variables during Spring quarter 2004, featuring the program Mplus, see http://www.statmodel.com. ATS worked with OID and Professor Muthén to record these lectures so you may view the video streams of the course. - General Latent Variable Modeling using Mplus Version 3 (Professor Bengt Muthén speaking at SMABS 2004 at Jena University)
*with movies* - Multilevel Modeling in Mplus (Professor Bengt Muthén speaking at Johns Hopkins University)
*with movies* - Statistical Analysis with Latent Variables using Mplus 3 (guest speaker Bengt Muthén)
*with movies* - Latent Class Analysis (guest speaker Karen Nylund)
*with movies* - Discrete Time Survival Analysis, (guest Speaker Katherine Masyn)
*with movies* - Longitudinal Models with Zero Inflation, (guest Speaker Frauke Kreuter)
*with movies* - Introduction to using Mplus 3
*with movies* - Introduction to Mplus - Featuring Confirmatory Factor Analysis (under construction)
- Building Your Mplus Skills

- Longitudinal Research: Present Status and Future Prospects by Judith Singer & John Willett
*with movies* - Analyzing Longitudinal Data using Multilevel Modeling
*with movies*

- Multilevel Modeling in Mplus (Professor Bengt Muthén speaking at Johns Hopkins University)
*with movies* - Multilevel Modeling using Mplus - see Week 10 of Statistical Analysis with Latent Variables (Education 231e)
*with movies* - Multilevel Modeling using MLwiN
- Multilevel Modeling using HLM 6.08
- Introduction to Multilevel Modeling Using HLM

If you are affiliated with a university (e.g., student, faculty, or staff member) contact your IT/Site License office or bookstore to inquire for pricing and licensing. Otherwise information on IBM SPSS software (includiing a 2-week trial demo version) may be found at: SPSS Software

Equations in the handouts are made using *MathType* software (Windows or Mac). For further information go to: Design Science

Information on Mplus software (e.g., specs, student/non-student pricing, examples, papers, references, etc.) is available at: www.statmodel.com

Information on HLM software (e.g., specs, student/non-student pricing,references, etc.) is available at: www.ssicentral.com