Principles and Practice of Structural Equation Modeling

ISBN-10: 1572303379

ISBN-13: 9781572303379

Edition: 1998

Authors: Rex B. Kline
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Book details

List price: $40.00
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publication date: 5/27/1998
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 354
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.144
Language: English

Fundamental Concepts
Introduction
Plan of the Book
Notation
Computer Programs for SEM
Statistical Journeys
Family Values
Extend Latent Variable Families
Family History
Internet Resources
Summary
Basic Statistical Concepts: I. Correlation and Regression
Standardized and Unstandardized Variables
Bivariate Correlation and Regression
Partial Correlation
Multiple Correlation and Regression
Statistical Tests
Bootstrapping
Summary
Recommended Readings
Basic Statistical Concepts
Data Preparation and Screening
Data Preparation
Data Screening
Score Reliability and Validity
Summary
Recommended Readings
Core SEM Techniques and Software
Steps of SEM
Path Analysis: A Structural Model of Illness Factors
Confirmatory Factor Analysis: A Measurement Model of Arousal
A Structural Regression Model of Family Risk and Child Adjustment
Extensions
SEM Computer Programs
Summary
Recommended Readings II. Core SEM Techniques
Introduction to Path Analysis
Correlation and Causation
Specification of Path Models
Types of Path Models
Principles of Identification
Sample Size
Overview of Estimation Options
Maximum Likelihood Estimation
Other Issues
Summary
Recommended Readings
Recommendations for Start Values
Effect Size Interpretation of Standardized Path Coefficients
Details of Path Analysis
Detailed Analysis of a Recursive Model of Illness Factors
Assessing Model Fit
Testing Hierarchical Models
Comparing Nonhierarchical Models
Equivalent Models
Power Analysis
Other Estimation Options
Summary
Statistical Tests for Indirect Effects in Recursive Path Models
Amos Basic Syntax
Estimation of Recursive Path Models with Multiple Regression
Measurement Models and Confirmatory Factor Analysis
Specification of CFA Models
Identification of CFA Models
Naming and Reification Fallacies
Estimation of CFA Models
Testing CFA Models
Equivalent CFA Models
Analyzing Indicators with Non-Normal Distributions
Special Types of CFA Models
Other Issues
Summary
Recommended Readings
Recommendations for Start Values
CALIS Syntax
Models with Structural and Measurement Components
Characteristics of SR Models
Analysis of SR Models
Estimation of SR Models
A Detailed Example
Other Issues
Summary
Recommended Readings
SEPATH Syntax
Advanced Techniques, Avoiding Mistakes
Nonrecursive Structural Models
Specification of Nonrecursive Models
Identification of Nonrecursive Models
Estimation of Nonrecursive Models
Examples
Summary
Recommended Readings
EQS Syntax
Mean Structures and Latent Growth Models
Introduction to Mean Structures
Identification of Mean Structures
Estimation of Mean Structures
Structured Means in Measurement Models
Latent Growth Models
Extensions
Summary
Recommended Readings
Mplus Syntax
Multiple-Sample SEM
Rationale of Multiple-Sample SEM
Multiple-Sample Path Analysis
Multiple-Sample CFA
Extensions
MIMIC Models as an Alternative to Multiple-Sample Analysis
Summary
Recommended Readings
Lisrel Simplis Syntax
How to Fool Yourself with SEM
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