The Child and Family Research Network (CFRN). is a group of faculty
members and researchers from the UNCG community whose scholarship and
teaching reflects a core concern for the welfare of children and
families. The goal of the Network is to facilitate collaboration among
these faculty and other individuals interested in children and families,
and to enhance scholarship, teaching, and service within the local,
regional, national and international community.
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through workshops, funding opportunities, scholarly gatherings, and
e-resources designed to bring faculty together to enhance their work.
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CFRN will be hosting a 5-day Applied Multi level and Structural Equation Modeling Workshop August 5th - August 9th.
The 5 - day workshop is divided into three different but complementary classes.Class 1 (Monday) will focus on multiple regression, Class 2 (Tuesday - Wednesday) focuses on confirmatory factor analysis,structural equation modeling, and latent growth curve modeling using AMOS. Class 3 (Thursday - Friday) will cover Multilevel Modeling using SAS.
Each class will consist of lectures as well as hands-on practice. The overarching goal of all three classes is straightforward and pragmatic: You will learn when, why, and how to do each of the techniques using your own data.
Date and Times: August 5 - 9, 2013, 9:00am - 5:00 pm (45 min lunch)
Location: TBA; The workshop will take place in a computer lab on UNCG campus. You may bring your own computer but be sure to have SPSS, AMOS, and SAS loaded on your computer prior to the workshop.
Registration Form (please click on the link for the registration form)
In order to register for this workshop, please complete the attached registration form and include payment by June 1st. Space for this workshop is limited and priority will be given to faculty/postdoc followed by upper level graduate students.
Shevaun D. Neupert, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Lifespan Developmental Psychology at NC State. Her research focuses on individual differences in the way people respond to stressors across the adult lifespan. As part of her research, she applies multi level models to daily diary and longitudinal data.
Daniel Grühn, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Lifespan Developmental Psychology at NC State. His research focuses on emotional development in adulthood and old age. As part of his research, he applies structural equation models, including latent growth curve models in large data sets. He works with AMOS, LISREL, and Mplus.
Jason Allaire, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Lifespan Developmental Psychology at NC State. His research focuses on cognitive functioning in older adults with a particular interest in everyday cognition and intraindividual variability. As part of his research he uses confirmatory and latent growth curve modelingas well as multi level modeling.
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