About Modern Modeling Methods
Welcome to the Modern Modeling Methods site. The Modern Modeling Methods (M3) conference is an interdisciplinary conference designed to showcase the latest modeling methods and to present research related to these methodologies. After a lengthy hiatus, we are so excited to announce that M3 is resuming as an in-person conference at UCONN June 26-28, 2023. Keynote speakers and workshop presenters include Bengt Muthen, Tihomir Asparouhov, and Ellen Hamaker. More information about additional featured speakers will be announced in the coming months.
Proposals for M3 are due 1/30/23.
Additional information about registration costs, lodging options, and other travel details will be posted soon.
Modern Modeling Methods 2023 Call for Proposals
Submissions for the 2023 conference are due 1/30/23. We welcome both methodological research papers and papers that illustrate novel applications of methodological techniques in the area of modeling, broadly defined. Conference proposals for the Modern Modeling Methods conference may fall into one (or more) of four categories: Methodological Innovation, Methodological Application, Methodological Illustration, or Methodological Evaluation. Given the interdisciplinary focus of the conference, it is completely acceptable to present papers that have been published or presented elsewhere. There are three different types of presentations: Paper sessions (in which authors submit a single paper), Symposia (in which a group of authors submit a set of related talks/papers), and posters.
The full call for proposals is available at https://modeling.uconn.edu/home/call-for-proposals-mmm-2023/
To submit proposals for MMM 2023, go to https://uconn.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ahEBI1aRQtELjsW
In addition, the Modern Modeling Methods site is expanding to include more content!
Most notably, we are hosting the supplementary materials (datasets, syntax, etc.) for Multilevel Modeling Methods with Introductory and Advanced Applications (2022), edited by Ann A. O'Connell, D. Betsy McCoach, and Bethany A. Bell. Information Age Press.
Finally, if you have something you would like us to share on the site, please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Multilevel Modeling Methods Book Supplementary Materials
Supplementary materials for Multilevel Modeling Methods with Introductory and Advanced Applications (2022) are available here.