Video: Webinar on Multilevel Modeling

January 09, 2019:

This is a video of the webinar on multilevel modeling (MLM) for intensive longitudinal data that Methodology Center Investigator Michael Russell presented on November 14, 2018. The video includes both the presentation and the question-and-answer session that followed. Portions of the video were re-recorded due to audio problems with recording of the original webinar. The video is a great way to get started with MLM for intensive longitudinal data.
MLM is an extension of linear regression that adjusts for the statistical dependence that occurs when multiple observations are collected from each individual. It also allows the separation of within- and between-person associations. MLM is a powerful and flexible approach that allows users to specify a wide range of models and address diverse research questions using ILD. .

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Free Webinar on Multilevel Modeling

September 10, 2018:
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Join our upcoming 1 & 1 workshop, when Methodology Center Investigator Michael Russell will present an introduction to multilevel modeling (MLM) for intensive longitudinal data. 1 & 1 workshops consist of a one-hour live video presentation on a method followed by a one-hour question-and-answer session with the presenter. The workshop will be held on Wednesday, November 14, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

MLM is an extension of linear regression that adjusts for the statistical dependence that occurs when multiple observations are collected from each individual. It also allows the separation of within- and between-person associations. MLM is a powerful and flexible approach that allows users to specify a wide range of models and address diverse research questions using ILD. Michael will introduce MLM as a tool for answering questions about the within-person and between-person processes linking contextual and psychosocial factors to substance abuse risk.

The 1 & 1 will be hosted via Zoom webinar at https://psu.zoom.us/j/636351319. Contact mchelpdesk@psu.edu if you have any questions. We hope you will join us.