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Mplus Web Talk No. 5 - Can Cross-Lagged Panel Modeling Be Relied On
to Establish Cross-Lagged Effects? November 30, 2022

The web talk pdf has 53 slides. The web talk can be watched in its full-length, in separate segments below or via our YouTube playlist. The total running time for this web talk is 2 hours.

  • Segment 1, (slides 1-4), 4 minutes:

      Introduction


  • Segment 2, (slides 5-12), 15 minutes:

      Background


  • Segment 3, (slides 13-16), 9 minutes:

      Key findings in Asparouhov & Muthen (2022)


  • Segment 4, (slides 17-22), 13 minutes:

      Monte Carlo simulations


  • Segment 5, (slides 23-34), 31 minutes:

      Example 1, MWI data


  • Segment 6, (slides 35-48), 34 minutes:

      Examples 2 – 5


  • Segment 7, (slides 49-53), 17 minutes:

      Summary, Monte Carlo simulations, and conclusions


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