Longitudinal Research Institute
Structural Equation Modeling Workshop
University of California, Davis
August 20-22, 2012
This workshop on Structural Equation Modeling is an intense three-day workshop focused on the foundations of structural equation modeling. Topics include path analysis, confirmatory factor analysis, models for multiple groups, latent variable path analysis, categorical outcomes, and latent growth curve modeling. We provide a comprehensive overview of these approaches through lecture presentations, empirical examples, and computer lab sessions. Participants receive hard and electronic copies of lecture presentations, relevant research articles, example data sets, and programming scripts from commonly used statistical packages such as Mplus and OpenMx.
Who Should Attend
This training is designed for advanced graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, faculty, and research scientists from the behavioral, social, and health sciences. It is recommended that participants have a solid understanding of simple and multiple regression.
The goals of the workshop are to provide participants with theoretical and practical knowledge of techniques for analyzing data with structural equations. Participants should leave the workshop ready and able to analyze data and properly interpret results from such analyses.
Tuition for the three-day workshop is $750 per registrant. Registration includes a bound copy of the course notes, electronic copies of notes, relevant research articles, example data sets, and electronic copies of the course notes. Refreshments will be served during the morning and afternoon breaks. Please go to our website (http://www.longitudinalresearch.org/RegistrationSEM2012.pdf) and fill out the registration form. Participation is limited to 30 individuals.
Important: After your registration form with fee is mailed, please request confirmation by clicking here: Request Confirmation
The workshop will be held at the Memorial Union on the University of California, Davis campus in Davis, California.
Emilio Ferrer, Ph.D., and Kevin Grimm, Ph.D.
Please see schedule (http://www.longitudinalresearch.org/SEMschedule2012.html) for additional information regarding schedule, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.