This book presents recent developments in the theory and application of latent variable models (LVMs) by some of the most prominent researchers in the field. Topics covered involve a range of LVM frameworks including item response theory, structural equation modeling, factor analysis, and latent curve modeling, as well as various non-standard data structures and innovative applications. The book is divided into two sections, although several chapters cross these content boundaries. Part one focuses on complexities which involve the adaptation of latent variables models in research problems where real-world conditions do not match conventional assumptions. Chapters in this section cover issues such as analysis of dyadic data and complex survey data, as well as analysis of categorical variables. Part two of the book focuses on drawing real-world meaning from results obtained in LVMs. In this section there are chapters examining issues involving assessment of model fit, the nature of uncertainty in parameter estimates, inferences, and the nature of latent variables and individual differences. This book appeals to researchers and graduate students interested in the theory and application of latent variable models. As such it serves as a supplementary reading in graduate level courses on latent variable models. Prerequisites include basic knowledge of latent variable models.Publicis 12-13 pulling frames 100 pursuit vehicles 81 Queen 45 Queenstown 115 Rajasthan 108 Range Rovers 49 rappers 98 Rattling Stick 52, 59, 72 Rave Macbeth 110 recessions 13 recutting 93 Red Epic 71, 97, 111 rehearsals 43anbsp;...
|Author||:||Tom von Logue Newth|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2013-10-30|