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PSYC 894. Multilevel Modeling. 4 Hours.

Statistical methods for modeling multilevel (hierarchically structured) data. Topics include a review of ordinary least squares regression analysis, random effects ANOVA, intraclass correlation, multilevel regression, testing and probing interactions, maximum likelihood estimation, model assumptions, model evaluation, and the analysis of longitudinal data. There will be a heavy emphasis on the theory underlying multilevel modeling techniques and hands-on application using software. Applications across the social, educational, and behavior sciences are emphasized. Course consists of three hours of lecture and a required one-hour lab session where computing applications are taught. Prerequisite: PSYC 790 or equivalent, or consent of instructor. LEC.

Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

We offer a single doctoral degree in Psychology which may be earned in one of the following programs: brain, behavior, and quantitative science, clinical psychology, and social psychology. Admission decisions are made separately within each program. Students admitted to one of these programs enter with the expectation of continuing graduate study through the Ph.D. as the department does not admit terminal master's students.

Doctor of Philosophy in Business

...II PSYC 893 Multivariate Analysis PSYC 894 Multilevel Modeling PSYC 895 Categorical Data Analysis PSYC...

Doctor of Philosophy in Communication Studies

...II 4 PSYC 887 Factor Analysis 4 PSYC 893 Multivariate Analysis 4 PSYC 894 Multilevel...