Structural Equation Modeling – Confirmatory Factor Analysis
PROMISE AGEP, the Graduate School and the Office of Post-Doctoral Affairs is proud to introduce a new series of seminars presented by Dr. Christopher Rakes, Assistant Professor, Department of Education.
Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis is a set of methods for
combining results from multiple studies to examine an overall effect. These techniques allow researchers to “step back” from individual studies and see a clearer picture of the field. This series will include methods for conducting
systematic literature reviews and computing effect sizes.
Structural Equation Modeling is a robust analytic framework that envelopes and improves upon many other familiar analytic methods (e.g., ANOVA, regression). Structural equation modeling, allows researchers to model both measured variables (such as items on a questionnaire) and the unobserved (latent) factors associated with those variables. This series will include methods for using structural equation modeling to conduct confirmatory factor analysis,
testing causal structures, and comparing group differences in latent means.
Session 3: 11/13/13
Structural Equation Modeling
Confirmatory Factor Analysis
This session will focus on developing strong conceptual frameworks and testing their validity. Topics will include model identification, goodness of fit indices interpretation, syntax development, modification indices interpretation, and
Wednesday, 11/13/13, 1:00 – 2:15, Commons 331