EPSY 905. Fundamentals of Multivariate Modeling. 3 Hours.

In this course, contemporary approaches to multivariate analysis using mixed-effects models estimated with maximum likelihood and Bayesian methods are presented. Classical topics in multivariate analysis including multivariate analysis of variance and exploratory factor analysis, are covered in the context of mixed-effects models, preparing students for subsequent courses and research that use such model-based methods. Topics include extensions of linear models (regression and analysis of variance) for non-normal data with link functions, introductory matrix algebra, missing data modeling techniques, models for repeated measures data, and path analysis models for multivariate regression evaluating both moderation and mediation effects. Prerequisite: EPSY 810 and experience with a statistical software package. LEC.

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