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Workshop on Multilevel Modeling in Mplus:

Video and Handouts available at www.statmodel.com

March 17, 18, 2005

Instructor:  Bengt Muthen, UCLA

Hosted by the Johns Hopkins Center for Prevention and Early Intervention and the Departments of Mental Health and Biostatistics

Two one-day, no-cost training sessions will be given at the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD on March 17 and 18, 2005.  The topics include growth and growth mixture modeling (2- and 3-level modeling),  multilevel factor analysis, multilevel structural equation modeling, and multilevel latent class modeling.

Location

Alumni Auditorium in the School of Nursing.

Prerequisites: Intermediate understanding of multilevel modeling or latent variable structural equation modeling.

Course Information

Morning session: 8:30-12:30 (15 minutes break at 10:00)

Lunch: 12:30-2:00

Afternoon session: 2:00 – 5:30 (15 minutes break at 3:00)

Topics for March 17:

Introductory growth modeling

  • Ideas behind modeling of individual differences in development
  • Comparison of multilevel, random effect mixed linear, and SEM growth approaches
  • Growth modeling using a general latent variable framework
  • Linear growth model
  • Growth model with free time scores
  • Covariates in the growth model
  • Centering
  • Piecewise growth model
  • Growth models with individually varying times of observation and random slopes
  • Regression among growth factors
  • Multiple process growth models 

Advanced growth modeling

  • Two-part growth modeling when outcomes have strong floor effects
  • Multiple group growth models
  • Multiple cohorts
  • Randomized preventive interventions
  • Growth mixture modeling with latent trajectory classes
  • Latent transition modeling
  • Multiple indicator growth models
  • Power calculations and design issues
  • A growth model as part of a bigger model

Topics for March 18:

Cross-sectional analysis with two-level data

  • Multilevel regression analysis
  • Multilevel path analysis
  • Multilevel factor analysis
  • Multilevel structural equation modeling
  • Multivariate modeling of family members
  • Multilevel latent class analysis

Longitudinal analysis

  • 3-level growth modeling
  • 3-level, 2-part growth modeling
  • 3-level growth mixture modeling

We are no longer accepting registrations.

Travel reimbursement scholarships of up to $500 will be offered to a limited number of early career intervention scientists (advanced graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and junior faculty members) who lack the travel resources to attend the workshop. Registrations and travel reimbursement scholarships will be accepted starting January 18 at 8 am EST.

Please e-mail (ddarney@jhsph.edu) or fax (410-550-3461) Dana Darney your completed registration form, CV and a cover letter describing your current research and how your attending the workshop will advance your research.  Please also include a copy of your university/school ID.  The travel reimbursement scholarships are available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

E-mail questions to Ms. Darney at ddarney@jhsph.edu

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There is a hospital restaurant and cafeteria located near Hurd Hall (link to dining services- http://www.hopkinshospital.org/patients/dining.html).

Hotel Information

Listed Below is the information for 3 hotels located near the JHU campus. You will have to pay for your transportation to the JHU campus (walk or get a cab). When you call for reservations be sure to tell them you are attending a Hopkins event so that you get the Hopkins rate.

  1. Inn at the Colonnade

            4 West University Parkway

            Baltimore, MD 21218

            410-554-7572

Directions:http://www.doubletree.com/en/dt/hotels/directions.jhtml?ctyhocn=BWICUDT

  1. Henderson’s Wharf

            1000 Fell Street

            Baltimore, MD 21231

            410-522-7777

Directions: http://www.hendersonswharf.com/directions/

  1. The Admiral Fell Inn

888 South Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21231
410 522 7377

 

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