Longitudinal Structural Equation Modeling
Todd D. Little, Ph.D.
6th Conference on Emerging Adulthood
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Todd D. Little, author of the highly acclaimed book entitled “Longitudinal Structural Equation Modeling” will present a day long workshop covering various aspects of design, measurement, and modeling of longitudinal data. He’ll present cutting edge ideas on study design including planned missing data designs, temporal design and on measurement including moving beyond Likert scales. He’ll present an overview of the three primary models for longitudinal data including critical discussions of when panel models are preferred over growth curve models. Opportunities for Q and A will be included and the event will be followed by a book signing.
Todd D. Little, PhD is a Professor of Psychology, Director of the Center for Research Methods and Data Analysis, and Director of Quantitative training at KU. Little has worked at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development’s Center for Lifespan Studies (1991-1998) and Yale University’s Department of Psychology (1998-2002) prior to joining KU. In 2001, Little was elected to the Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology. In 2009, he was elected President of APA’s Division 5 (Evaluation, Measurement, and Statistics). Little is a Fellow in AAAS, APA and APS. He organizes and teaches in the internationally renowned “Stats Camps” each June (see crmda.KU.edu for details). In 2009, he received the W.T. Kemper award for excellence in Teaching at KU and in 2013 he received the Cohen award for distinguished contributions for teaching and mentorship from APA’s Division 5.
Westin North Shore
601 N Milwaukee Ave
Wheeling, IL 60090
$90 online registration
Includes lunch & workbook