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Modeling Intraindividual Variability With Repeated Measures Data by D.S. Moskowitz, Scott L. Hershberger

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Chapter 1

Traditional Methods for Estimating Multilevel Models

David A. Kenny

University of Connecticut

Nial Bolger

New York University

Deborah A. Kashy

Texas A&M University

Researchers often collect multiple observations from many individuals. For example, in research examining the relationship between stress and mood, a research participant may complete measures of both these variables every day for several weeks, and so daily measures are grouped within participants. In relationship research, a respondent may report on characteristics of his or her interactions with a number of different friends. In developmental research, individuals may be measured at many different times as they develop. In cognition research, reaction times may be observed ...

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