Statistical Methods in Longitudinal Research

Principles and Structuring Change

Edited by

  • Alexander von Eye, Michigan State University, East Lansing, U.S.A.

These edited volumes present new statistical methods in a way that bridges the gap between theoretical and applied statistics. The volumes cover general problems and issues and more specific topics concerning the structuring of change, the analysis of time series, and the analysis of categorical longitudinal data. The book targets students of development and change in a variety of fields - psychology, sociology, anthropology, education, medicine, psychiatry, economics, behavioural sciences, developmental psychology, ecology, plant physiology, and biometry - with basic training in statistics and computing.
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Audience

Students of development and change in psychology, sociology, anthropology, education, medicine, psychiatry, economics, behavioral sciences, developmental psychology, ecology, plant physiology, and biometry with basic training in statistics andcomputing.

 

Book information

  • Published: October 1990
  • Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
  • ISBN: 978-0-12-724962-9


Table of Contents

J.A. Burr, J.R. Nesselroade, M.J. Rovine, M. Delaney, and P.A. Games, General Problems and Issues. J. Tisak, W. Meredith, J.J. McArdle, M.S. Aber, and P. Wood, Structuring Change. Author Index. Subject Index.