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Longitudinal models in the behavioral and related sciences.


Longitudinal models in the behavioral and related sciences.

Ed. by Kees van Montfort et al.

Lawrence Erlbaum


447 pages



European Association of Methodology series


Aimed at advanced students and researchers, this volume reviews longitudinal models and analysis procedures for use in the behavioral and social sciences in 17 contributions from experts in the field. They describe current approaches and theories and identify the technical problems involved in their formulations. Particular attention is paid to problems arising due to the categorical nature of the data available. Editor van Montfort teaches qualitative research methods at the Free U. in Amsterdam.

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