Introduction to Modern Modeling Methods (2022) by D. B. McCoach and D. W. Cintron is now available from SAGE. The book includes an accessible introduction to Multilevel Modeling (chapters 1-3), Structural Equation Modeling (chapters 4-6), and Growth Curve Modeling, from both from MLM and SEM frameworks (chapters 7-8). The book is available from Amazon.com for $34.00 (with free shipping for Prime members.)
Multilevel Modeling Methods With Introductory and Advanced Applications is now available from Information Age Publishing.
Please note that the Online material (datasets, syntax, etc.) will be hosted on this site, and will be available on May 1, 2022.
Introduction to Modern Modeling Methods, published by Sage, is being released in Spring 2021.
Bengt Muthen has posted a new talk (which he would have presented at MMM, if it had not been cancelled–
Due to the recent coronavirus outbreak, MMM 2020 has been cancelled. Our plan is to hold the next Modern Modeling Methods Conference in June, 2021. Our tentative dates are Tuesday, June 8th and Wednesday, June 9th, 2021 with a pre-conference workshop on Monday June 7th and a post-conference workshop on Thursday, June 10th. All registration fees for MMM 2020 will be fully refunded. We hope to see you next year for MMM 2021.
The preliminary schedule for MMM 2020 is now available online, and conference registration is now open.
Katherine Masyn is offering a post conference workshop entitled Timing is everything: Integrating time-to-event and event history data into your longitudinal latent variable models.
Register at https://uconnuecs.cvent.com/mmm2020
Registration for the 2020 Modern Modeling Methods conference is open. Go to https://uconnuecs.cvent.com/mmm2020 to register.
We have three confirmed keynote speakers for MMM 2020— Bengt Muthen, Stephen Raudenbush, and Keith Widaman. Stay tuned for more details.