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Mplus Web Talk No. 4 - Using Mplus To Do Cross-Lagged Modeling of Panel Data, Part 1: Continuous Variables. November 2021.

  The web talk pdf has 33 slides. The web talk can be watched in its 2-hour full-length format   below, as well as in 10 separate segments.

    Introduction

    Basic multilevel and longitudinal concepts

    Panel data models

    New residual language in Mplus

    Applications to depression and self-esteem in MWI data. Univariate analysis

    Mplus input and output for univariate analysis of MWI data

    Univariate analysis of depression in the NLSY data. Mplus inputs and outputs

    Bivariate analysis of depression and self-esteem in the MWI data

    Mplus inputs and outputs for bivariate analysis of depression and self-esteem in the MWI data

    Testing of time-invariance. Conclusions from data analyses. Further considerations. References

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