Methodology statistic work group


Manuscripts | Presentations | Other Resources

Manuscripts

Little, T. D. & Card, N. A. (2005). On the use of the social relations and actor-partner interdependence
models in developmental research. International Journal of Behavioral Development.

 Little, T. D., Cunningham, W. A., Shahar, G., & Widaman, K. F. (2002). To parcel or not to parcel:
Exploring the question, weighing the merits. Structural Equation Modeling, 9, 151-173.

 Little, T. D. (2000). On the comparability of constructs in cross-cultural research: A critique of Cheung
and Rensvold. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 31, 213-219.

 Little, T. D., Lindenberger, U. & Nesselroade, J. R. (1999). On selecting indicators for multivariate
measurement and modeling with latent variables: When good indicators are bad and bad
indicators are good. Psychological Methods, 4, 192-211.

 Raykov, T., & Little, T. D. (1999). A note on Procrustean rotation in exploratory factor analysis: A
computer intensive approach to goodness of fit evaluation. Educational and Psychological
Measurement, 59, 47-57.

 Little, T. D. (1997). Mean and covariance structures (MACS) analyses of cross-cultural data: Practical and
theoretical issues. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 32, 53-76.

 Little, T. D., & Gordeeva, T. O. (1997). Modelirovanie s pomoshiu lineinyh strusturnyh uravnenii: primenenie analiza srednih i
kovariazionnyh struktur dlja obrabotki cross-kulturnuch dannyh [Structural equation modeling: Mean and covariance
structures analyses of cross-cultural data]. Psihologicheskii zhurnal [Russian Journal of Psychology],
18, 96-109.

 Diaz-Veizades, J., Widaman, K. F., Little, T. D., & Gibbs, K. W. (1995). The measurement and structure of
human rights attitudes. Journal of Social Psychology, 135, 313-328.

Hawley,P.H.,&Little,T.D.(2003).Modeling intraindividual variability and change in bio-behavioral developmental processes.In B.Pugesek,A.Tomer,and A.von Eye,(Eds),Structural equations modeling:Applications in ecological and evolutionary biology research .143-170.Cambridge,UK:Cambridge University Press.

Little, T. D. , Lindenberger, U. & Maier , H. ( 2000 ). Selectivity and generalizability in longitudinal research: On the effects of continuers and dropouts. In T. D. Little, K. U. Schnabel, &
J. Baumert ( E ds.), Modeling longitudinal and multilevel data: Practical issues, applied approaches, and specific examples (pp. 187 - 200 ). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Schnabel, K. U., Little, T. D. , & Baumert , J. ( 2000 ). Modeling longitudinal and multilevel data. In T. D. Little, K. U. Schnabel, & J. Baumert ( E ds.), Modeling
longitudinal and multilevel data: Practical issues, applied approaches, and specific examples
(pp. 9 - 13 ). Mahwah , NJ : Erlbaum.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 

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Presentations

Little, T. D., Hoffman, L., Bovaird, J., Finger, M., & Widaman, K.W. (2002, October). On the merits of orthogonalizing interaction and powered terms: Implications
for modeling latent variable interactions
. Paper presented at the Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology annual meeting.

Little, T.D. (2003, September). Latent growth curve models using OLS: We know it’s wrong, but how wrong? Paper presented at the Society for
Multivariate Experimental Psychology
annual meeting (Keystone, CO).

Little, T.D. & Slegers, D. (2004, October). Alternative methods of identification for both loadings and intercepts in SEM models. Paper presented at the
Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology
annual meeting (FL).

                                                                                                                                                                                                        

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