Dependent Data in Social Sciences Research: Forms, Issues, and Methods of Analysis - Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics 145 (Paperback)Mark Stemmler (editor), Alexander von Eye (editor), Wolfgang Wiedermann (editor)
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This volume presents contributions on handling data in which the postulate of independence in the data matrix is violated. When this postulate is violated and when the methods assuming independence are still applied, the estimated parameters are likely to be biased, and statistical decisions are very likely to be incorrect. Problems associated with dependence in data have been known for a long time, and led to the development of tailored methods for the analysis of dependent data in various areas of statistical analysis. These methods include, for example, methods for the analysis of longitudinal data, corrections for dependency, and corrections for degrees of freedom. This volume contains the following five sections: growth curve modeling, directional dependence, dyadic data modeling, item response modeling (IRT), and other methods for the analysis of dependent data (e.g., approaches for modeling cross-section dependence, multidimensional scaling techniques, and mixed models). Researchers and graduate students in the social and behavioral sciences, education, econometrics, and medicine will find this up-to-date overview of modern statistical approaches for dealing with problems related to dependent data particularly useful.
Publisher: Springer International Publishing AG
Number of pages: 385
Weight: 6029 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 201
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