The focus of this year's Latent Variable Methods (LVM) in Aging Research Workshop workshop will be using Mplus software to conduct longitudinal data analysis from July 29th-July 31st, 2009 at Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA.
This workshop is targeted to researchers interested in general latent variable methods in applied longitudinal data analysis in aging. The goal of the workshop is to provide an overview and opportunity for first-hand experience doing analyses using Mplus software. Methods of emphasis include latent growth modeling, retest effect modeling, dual change score modeling, and latent growth mixture modeling. The format of the course will be two didactic sessions in the morning and a hands-on training/demonstration session in the afternoon. In the afternoon sessions, workshop participants repeat and expand upon worked examples presented in the morning sessions. The workshop is led by applied researchers who use Mplus in their day-to-day research.
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