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Workshop  Dates  Location  Instructor 
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Fall 2013 Psychology 943
Instructor  Jonathan Templin 
email:  jtemplin@unl.edu 
Phone:  4024174332 
Office:  220 Burnett Hall 
Office Hours:  Th 111 in 230 Burnett Hall 
Course Materials
Tentative Schedule of Course Topics
Week  Date  Topic Post (Includes Slides, Syntax, and Data Files)  Lecture Video Files  Readings 
1  8/28/2013  Introduction and Overview; Review of the General Linear Model; Descriptions of Variance; Discussion of SAS  Lecture 1a
Lecture 1b
Lecture 1c  Maxwell & Delaney (2004) Appendix B 
  Homework #1: Due Friday 9/6 at 12:00pm   
2  9/4/2013  Simple, Marginal, and Interaction Effects in GLMs (Introduction to PROC GLM)  Lecture 2a
Lecture 2b
Lecture 2c  Hoffman (in preparation), ch. 2

  Homework #2: Due Friday 9/13 at 12:00pm   
3  9/11/2013  Univariate Normal Distribution, GLM in Univariate Normal, Least Squares Estimation  Lecture 3a
Lecture 3b
 Kutner et al. (2005),
ch. 1, Appendix A;

  Homework #3: Due Friday 9/20 at 12:00pm   
4  9/18/2013  Introduction to Maximum Likelihood (PSYC 943, Fall 2013)  Lecture 4a
Lecture 4b
Lecture 4c
Lecture 4d
 Enders (2010), ch. 3 
  No Homework this Week   
5  9/24/2013  Office Hours 111pm in 230 Burnett
(change from Thursday)   
 9/25/2013  Matrix Algebra and PROC IML; Mean Vectors, Covariance Matrices, and the Multivariate Normal Distribution  Lecture 5a
Lecture 5b
Lecture 5c
 Johnson & Wichern (2002), chs. 2, 3. & 4 
  Homework #4: Due Friday 10/4 at 12:00pm   
6  10/2/2013  Maximum Likelihood for Multivariate Outcomes (SAS PROC MIXED); Empty Multivariate Models  Lecture 6a
Lecture 6b
Lecture 6c
 
  Homework #5: Due Friday 10/11 at 12:00pm   
7  10/9/2013  Introduction to Path Analysis (part 1); Adding Predictors to Multivariate Models  Lecture 7a
Lecture 7b
Lecture 7c
 Kline (2005), chs. 5 & 6 
  Homework #6: Due Friday 10/18 at 12:00pm   
8  10/15/2013  Office Hours 111pm in 230 Burnett
(change from Thursday)   Wright (1998) 
 10/16/2013  Multivariate Models with Predictors and How Mixed Models Can Give MANOVAlike Statistics  Lecture 8a
Lecture 8b
Lecture 8c
 
9  10/23/2013  Examples of Multivariate Regression and Difference Score Models  Lecture 9a
Lecture 9b
Lecture 9c
 
  Homework #7: Due Friday 11/1 at 12:00pm   
10  10/30/2013  Path Analysis, Revisited  Lecture 10a
Lecture 10b
Lecture 10c
 
 10/31/2013  Office Hours: 12:302:30pm in Room 230 (note time change)   
 11/5/2013  Office Hours 111pm in 230 Burnett
(change from Thursday)   
11  11/6/2013  Fun with Mediation  Lecture 11a
Lecture 11b  MacKinnon (2008),
ch. 6

 11/8/2013  Project Part 1 Due
 Project Instructions Sheet  
 11/12/2013  Office Hours 111pm in 230 Burnett
(change from Thursday)   
12  11/13/2013  Introduction to Bayesian and MCMC Estimation  Lecture 12a  Enders (2010), ch. 6 
13  11/20/2013  Missing Data: Maximum Likelihood and Multiple Imputation  Lecture 13a
Lecture 13b  Enders (2010),
chs. 4, 7, 8, 9

 11/22/2013  Project Part 2 Due
  
14  11/27/2017  NO CLASS (Thanksgiving Break)   
15  12/4/2013  Power Analysis: Simulation and Computational Approaches  Lecture 14a
Lecture 14b  Maxwell, Kelley, & Rausch (2008) 
 12/6/2013  Project Part 3 Due (full project)
  
 12/9/2013  Graded Projects Returned
  
16  12/11/2013  Principal Components Analysis and Exploratory Factor Analysis from a Mixed Models Perspective  Lecture 15a
Lecture 15b
Lecture 15c  Johnson & Wichern (2002), ch. 8, 9 
17  12/18/2013  Revisions to Project Due
  
References
Books
Enders, C. K. (2010). Applied missing data analysis. New York, NY: Guilford.
Hoffman, L. (in preparation). Longitudinal analysis: Modeling withinperson fluctuation and change. New York, NY: Routledge Academic.
Johnson, R. A. & Wichern, D. W. (2002). Applied multivariate statistical analysis (5^{th} Ed.). Upper Saddle River, N.J.: PrenticeHall.
Kline, R. B. (2002). Principles and practice of structural equation modeling (2^{nd} Ed.). New York, NY: Guilford.
Kutner, M. H., Nachtsheim, C. J., Neter, J., & Li, W. (2005). Applied linear statistical models (5^{th} Ed.). New York, NY: McGrawHill.
MacKinnon, D. P. (2008). Introduction to statistical mediation analysis. New York, NY: Routledge Academic.
Maxwell, S. E., & Delaney, H. D. (2004). Designing experiments and analyzing data. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Articles
Maxwell, S. E., Kelley, K., & Rausch, J. R. (2008). Sample size planning for statistical power and accuracy in parameter estimation. Annual Review of Psychology, 59, 537563.
Wright, S. P. (1998). Multivariate analysis using the mixed procedure. Proceedings of the TwentyThird Annual SAS Users Group International Conference, paper 229. Retrieved from http://www2.sas.com/proceedings/sugi23/Stats/p229.pdf.