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Subject: [DIVISION] REGISTER NOW | "Analyzing Intensive Longitudinal Data" | June 24-27, 9am-5pm




The Center for Research on Families at the University of Massachusetts
in-collaboration with the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) at the University of Michigan present:

Analyzing Intensive Longitudinal Data<http://www.umass.edu/family/node/1737?type=methodology-workshops>

June 24-27, 2014

Instructors: Dr. Jean-Philippe Laurenceau, University of Delaware
and Dr. Niall Bolger, Columbia University


In recent decades, researchers have become increasingly interested in understanding people’s thoughts, emotions, and behaviors in their natural contexts. The commonality in methods for doing so—experience sampling, daily diary, and ecological momentary assessment methods—is that they all involve intensive longitudinal assessments.

These intensive longitudinal methods allow researchers to examine processes in daily life in a way that is not possible using traditional methods. Researchers can obtain repeated observations over the course of hours, days, and weeks. Intensive longitudinal data, however, present several data analytic challenges stemming from the various possible sources of interdependence in these data. The multilevel or hierarchical linear model (HLM) provides a flexible set of analytic tools that can take account of these complexities. Workshop topics will include: History and introduction to intensive longitudinal methods and designs; analyzing the time course of intensive longitudinal data; analyzing within-person processes; intensive longitudinal data from dyads; categorical intensive longitudinal outcomes; psychometrics of intensive longitudinal data; power in intensive longitudinal studies; and mediation in intensive longitudinal data. The course will include lectures, software demonstrations, and computer lab work. Various software packages will be used, including SAS, SPSS, HLM, and Mplus.

Course content will be based in the authors' book Intensive Longitudinal Data: An Introduction to Diary and Experience Sampling Research (Bolger & Laurenceau, 2013)..

Prerequisites: We will assume that participants have taken a basic regression course and that they have collected or are interested in collecting intensive longitudinal data.

For more Information and to Register: Click Here<http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/login?app_seq=pp1V3NNR0kIFBhTIRe0y5AIZau8LY4hFTjXOyGmA&path=sumprog&request_uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.icpsr.umich.edu%2FSummerProgram%2Fstudent%3F>


Other lectures in the Summer 2014 Methodology Workshop Series include:

Analyzing Developmental Trajectories<http://www.umass.edu/family/node/1737?type=events> | June 2-4, 2014
Instructor: Dr. Daniel Nagin, Carnegie-Mellon University

Hierarchical Linear Models: Introduction<http://www.umass.edu/family/node/1743?type=events> | June 9-13, 2014
Instructors: Dr. Aline Sayer, University of Massachusetts Amherst and

Models for Categorical Outcomes Using Stata<http://www.umass.edu/family/node/1741?type=events> | June 16-20, 2014
Instructor: Dr. Scott Long, Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Statistics, Indiana University

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