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Author Geiser, Christian.
Title Datenanalyse mit Mplus. English
Data analysis with Mplus / Christian Geiser.
Imprint New York : The Guilford Press, [2013]
 Book Stacks  QA278 .G4513 2013  DUE 07-15-14
Descript xiii, 305 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (pages 285-291) and indexes.
Contents 1. Data Management in SPSS -- 2. Reading Data into Mplus -- 3. Linear Structural Equation Models -- 4. Structural Equation Models for Measuring Variability and Change -- 5. Multilevel Regression Analysis -- 6. Latent Class Analysis -- Appendix A: Summary of Key Mplus Commands Discussed in This Book -- Appendix B: Common Mistakes in the Mplus Input Setup and Troubleshooting -- Appendix C: Further Readings.
Summary "A practical introduction to using Mplus for the analysis of multivariate data, this volume provides step-by-step guidance, complete with real data examples, numerous screen shots, and output excerpts. The author shows how to prepare a data set for import in Mplus using SPSS. He explains how to specify different types of models in Mplus syntax and address typical caveats--for example, assessing measurement invariance in longitudinal SEMs. Coverage includes path and factor analytic models as well as mediational, longitudinal, multilevel, and latent class models. Specific programming tips and solution strategies are presented in boxes in each chapter. The companion website features data sets, annotated syntax files, and output for all of the examples. Of special utility to instructors and students, many of the examples can be run with the free demo version of Mplus"-- Provided by publisher.
ISBN 9781462502455 (pbk. : acid-free paper)
1462502458 (pbk. : acid-free paper)
9781462507825 (cloth : acid-free paper)
1462507824 (cloth : acid-free paper)
Series Methodology in the social sciences
Methodology in the social sciences.
Subject Multivariate analysis -- Data processing.

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