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Modeling Intraindividual Variability With Repeated Measures Data: Methods and Applications (Volume in the Multivariate Application Series)

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This book examines how individuals behave across time and to what degree that behavior changes, fluctuates, or remains stable.

It features the most current methods on modeling repeated measures data as reported by a distinguished group of experts in the field. The goal is to make the latest techniques used to assess intraindividual variability accessible to a wide range of
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Hardcover, 296 pages
Published October 1st 2001 by Lawrence Erlbaum
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Deb Moskowitz and Scott Hershberger have edited a collection of essays on new techniques (or at least what were new techniques in 2002) for analyzing intra-individual data. The chapter in this book on dynamic factor analysis started me on a long, convoluted path where I do lots of crazy statistics on psychological data, so I cannot help but love this book. In particular, I applied dynamic factor analysis (DFA) to psychotherapy data and I do not believe I could have done my first DFA without this ...more
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