Psychology Methods Hour: Context effects in Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM) – obvious and no-so-obvious issues using a simple data example
Kai Cortina, Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan
Context effects are a common element in testing hypotheses involving nested data structures: Do students learn better if they are surrounded...
Psychology Methods Hour: From Adaptive to Just-In-Time Adaptive Interventions in Mobile Health: Experimental Design Considerations
Inbal (Billie) Nahum-Shani, Research Associate Professor, ISR, University of Michigan
Psychology Methods Hour: Using Growth Curve Modeling with Landmark Registration for the Analysis of Cortisol and Other Hormone Data
Nestor Lopez-Duran, Associate Professor, Associate Chair, Student Academic Affairs, Department of Psychology