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A primer in longitudinal data analysis / Toon Taris.

By: Taris, ToonMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: London : SAGE, 2000. Description: 1 online resource (ix, 163 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781412933582; 1412933587; 9781849208512; 1849208514; 9781446237441; 1446237443; 1280369663; 9781280369667; 9786610369669; 6610369666Subject(s): Longitudinal method | Social sciences | SOCIAL SCIENCE | Methodology | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Research | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Methodology | Longitudinal method | Social sciences | Aufsatzsammlung | Sozialwissenschaften | Statistik | Longitudinaal onderzoek | Data-analyse | Social Sciences - General | Social SciencesGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Primer in longitudinal data analysis.DDC classification: 300.723 LOC classification: H61 | .T37 2000ebOther classification: 70.03 | MR 2100 | MR 2800 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Longitudinal data and longitudinal designs -- Covariation and causation -- Designs for collecting longitudinal data -- Nonresponse in longitudinal research -- Nonresponse in cross-sectional and longitudinal designs -- Minimizing nonresponse and attrition -- Detecting selective nonresponse -- Measuring concepts across time: issues of stability and meaning -- Types of change and stability -- Exploratory vs. confirmatory factor analysis -- Using the confirmatory factor-analytic model to assess structural invariance -- Issues in discrete-time panel analysis -- Measuring change in discrete time -- Dependence on initial values: the sophomore slump -- Change scores: what is the difference? -- The regressor variable approach and the return of the difference score -- Assessing causal direction across time: cross-lagged panel analysis -- Analysis of repeated measures -- Examining across-time growth -- Analysis of variance: some basics -- Analysis of variance for longitudinal survey data -- Analyzing durations -- Survival-, failure time- and event history-analysis -- Survival data -- Continuous-time survival analysis: hazard function and survival function -- Analysis of covariates: the stratification approach -- Parametric and semi-parametric approaches to analyzing covariates -- Discrete-time survival analysis -- Analyzing sequences -- Event- vs. career-centered modes of analysis -- Measuring career change: characterizing development -- Creating classifications of careers: distance-based methods -- Same-order methods: sequencing careers.
Summary: Toon Taris' survival guide takes the reader through the strengths and weaknesses of longitudinal research, making clear how to design a longitudinal study, how to collect data most effectively and how to interpret results.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Longitudinal data and longitudinal designs -- Covariation and causation -- Designs for collecting longitudinal data -- Nonresponse in longitudinal research -- Nonresponse in cross-sectional and longitudinal designs -- Minimizing nonresponse and attrition -- Detecting selective nonresponse -- Measuring concepts across time: issues of stability and meaning -- Types of change and stability -- Exploratory vs. confirmatory factor analysis -- Using the confirmatory factor-analytic model to assess structural invariance -- Issues in discrete-time panel analysis -- Measuring change in discrete time -- Dependence on initial values: the sophomore slump -- Change scores: what is the difference? -- The regressor variable approach and the return of the difference score -- Assessing causal direction across time: cross-lagged panel analysis -- Analysis of repeated measures -- Examining across-time growth -- Analysis of variance: some basics -- Analysis of variance for longitudinal survey data -- Analyzing durations -- Survival-, failure time- and event history-analysis -- Survival data -- Continuous-time survival analysis: hazard function and survival function -- Analysis of covariates: the stratification approach -- Parametric and semi-parametric approaches to analyzing covariates -- Discrete-time survival analysis -- Analyzing sequences -- Event- vs. career-centered modes of analysis -- Measuring career change: characterizing development -- Creating classifications of careers: distance-based methods -- Same-order methods: sequencing careers.

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Toon Taris' survival guide takes the reader through the strengths and weaknesses of longitudinal research, making clear how to design a longitudinal study, how to collect data most effectively and how to interpret results.

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