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An Introduction to Multilevel Modeling Techniques

By Ronald H. Heck, Ronald H. Heck, Scott L. Thomas, Scott L. Thomas

Psychology Press – 1999 – 224 pages

Series: Quantitative Methodology Series

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  • Hardback:
    978-0-8058-2963-1
    November 1st 1999
    Out-of-print

Description

This book provides a broad overview of basic multilevel modeling issues and illustrates techniques building analyses around several organizational data sets. Although the focus is primarily on educational and organizational settings, the examples will help the reader discover other applications for these techniques. Two basic classes of multilevel models are developed: multilevel regression models and multilevel models for covariance structures--are used to develop the rationale behind these models and provide an introduction to the design and analysis of research studies using two multilevel analytic techniques--hierarchical linear modeling and structural equation modeling.

Reviews

"…I recommend this book for individuals who have a firm knowledge of mutilevel SEM techniques, and who understand LISREL programming code."

Personnel Psychology

Contents

Contents: Preface. An Introduction to Multilevel Models in Organizational Research. The Development of Multilevel Modeling Techniques. Linear Regression Models. Multilevel Regression Models. An Overview of Structural Equation Modeling. Multilevel Factor Analysis. Multilevel Structural Equation Modeling. Extending Multilevel Techniques.

Name: An Introduction to Multilevel Modeling Techniques (eBook)Psychology Press 
Description: By Ronald H. Heck, Ronald H. Heck, Scott L. Thomas, Scott L. Thomas. This book provides a broad overview of basic multilevel modeling issues and illustrates techniques building analyses around several organizational data sets. Although the focus is primarily on educational and organizational settings, the examples will...
Categories: Factor Analysis, SEM, Multilevel & Longitudinal Modeling, Multivariate Statistics, Quantitative Methods