Modern Modelling: Guidelines for Best Practice and Useful Innovations

21st October 2019 : 12:45 - 14:00

Category: Seminar

Research Group: Quantitative Methods Hub

Speaker: Todd Little, University of Texas

Location: Department of Education, Seminar Room B

Convener: Steve Strand

Seminar Abstract


This talk will discuss new principles of model building and the use of SEM for testing intervention evaluations. It will also highlight a number of methodological features that facilitate model building and evaluation testing such as planned missing designs, parcel building, and the retrospective pre-post design.

About the speaker


Professor Todd Little is a Professor of Educational Psychology at Texas Tech University.



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