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Treatment Effects Analysis taught by Stephen Vaisey from June 14-July 12. This seminar covers both the theory and practice of Treatment Effects Analysis, a family of techniques that include parametric and non-parametric forms of matching and weighting observational data to enable better causal inferences.
Structural Equation Modeling: Part 1 taught by Paul Allison on July 12-August 9. This “part 1” seminar covers the basics of structural equation modeling (SEM) for beginners.
Structural Equation Modeling: Part 2 taught by Paul Allison on August 16-September 13. This “part 2” seminar covers advanced SEM topics, like instrumental variables, alternative estimation methods, multiple group models, models for binary and ordinal data, models for longitudinal data, and much more.
Deborah Bandalos, Ph.D., is a Professor and Director of the Assessment and Measurement Ph.D. program within the Department of Graduate Psychology at James Madison University.
Andrew Miles, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Toronto where he teaches statistical methods at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
David B. Wilson is a Professor and Chair of the Criminology, Law and Society Department at George Mason University.
Designing Effective Online Surveys*
Andrew Miles, Instructor
Scale Construction and Development
Deborah Bandalos, Instructor
David Wilson, Instructor
Kevin Grimm, Instructor
Latent Class Analysis
Stephanie Lanza and Bethany Bray, Instructors
Statistical Computing with Python*
Jason Anastasopoulos, Instructor
Treatment Effects Analysis
Stephen Vaisey, Instructor
June 14-July 12
Kieran Healy, Instructor
Kristopher Preacher, Instructor
June 16-18, June 23-25
Intensive Longitudinal Methods
Donald Hedeker, Instructor
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Paul D. Allison, Ph.D., is President of Statistical Horizons and Professor Emeritus of the University of Pennsylvania. He has been offering short courses in statistics for over 30 years.