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Workshops

The Silver School of Social Work and the Office for Research sponsors presentations and workshops by research leaders to help stimulate ideas and the exchange of information among colleagues. We also have videotaped workshops and presentations that may be of general interest to faculty.

Upcoming Workshops

Scheduling is in progress.

Videotapes of Past Workshops and Links to Useful On-line Videos and Workshops

  1. National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-being (NSCAW): Opportunities for Secondary Analysis. Videotaped at NYU SSSW. (View videos on the right)
  2. Powerpoint slides for workshop on growth curve modeling presented by James Jaccard, Fall 2013.
  3. Powerpoint slides for workshop on scale construction and psychometrics presented by James Jaccard, Spring 2014.
  4. Watch videos of short courses on SEM using MPlus. Separate videos appear on the following topics: (a) Introductory - Advanced factor analysis and structural equation modeling with continuous outcomes; (b) Introductory - Advanced regression analysis, IRT, factor analysis and structural equation modeling with categorical, censored, and count outcomes; (c) Introductory-intermediate growth modeling; (d) Advanced growth modeling, missing data analysis, and survival analysis; (e) Categorical latent variable modeling with cross-sectional data; (f) Categorical latent variable modeling with longitudinal data; (g) Multilevel modeling of cross-sectional data; (h) Multilevel modeling of longitudinal data; and (i) Bayesian analysis using Mplus.
  5. Watch videos of short courses on SEM using AMOS. Topics include: (a) User-defined estimanes; (b) Compare two standardized regression weights; (c) Linear growth curves; (d) Indirect effects; (e) Ordered categorical data; (f) Censored data; (g) Bayesian analysis; and (h) Mixture modeling.
  6. Watch online tutorials and videos on a wide range of statistical methods offered by the UCLA Institute for digital research and education. Topics include:

    For Stata
    : (a) Introduction to Stata 12; (b) Introduction to Stata 11; (c) Introduction to Stata 10 with movies; (d) Problem Solving in Stata 12; (e) Regression with Stata; (f) Logistic Regression with Stata; (g) Beyond Binary Logistic Regression with Stata with movies; (h) Factor Variables and Interactions in Stata 11; (i) Multiple Imputation in Stata, Part 1; (j) Multiple Imputation in Stata, Part 2; (k) Introduction to Survey Data Analysis with Stata 9; (l) Applied Survey Data Analysis with Stata 9 with movie and mp3; (m) Survey Data Analysis with Stata 13; (n) Applied Survey Data Analysis with Stata 11; (o) Survival Analysis Using Stata; (p) Graphics using Stata with movies; (q) Introduction to Programming in Stata; and (r) Programming in Stata.

    For SAS
    : (a) Introduction to SAS 9.3; (b) Introduction to SAS 9.2 with movies; (c) Regression with SAS; (d) Logistic Regression in SAS; (e) Repeated Measures Analysis in SAS with movies; (f) Multiple Imputation in SAS, Part 1; (g) Multiple Imputation in SAS, Part 2; (h) Survival Analysis Using SAS; (i) Multilevel Modeling using SAS; (j) Using Arrays in SAS with movies; (k) Using Arrays in SAS; (l) Introduction to SAS Macro Language with movies; and (m) Graphics using SAS.

    For SPSS
    : (a) Introduction to SPSS version 21 (point-and-click and syntax); (b) Beyond Point and Click: SPSS Syntax (using SPSS version 11.5) with movies; (c) Introduction to SPSS Syntax, Part 1 (using SPSS version 16); (d) Introduction to SPSS Syntax, Part 2 (using SPSS version 16); (e) Introduction to SPSS Syntax, Part1 (using SPSS version 21); (f) Introduction to SPSS Syntax, Part 2 (using SPSS version 21); (g) Regression with SPSS with movies; (h) Repeated Measures Analysis in SPSS; (i) Mediation and Moderation using the SPSS Process Macro; and (j) Graphics using SPSS.

    For Mplus
    : (a) Introduction to Mplus, Part 1; (b) Introduction to Mplus, Part 2; (c) Multilevel Modeling With Latent Variables Using Mplus; (d) Cross-Sectional Analysis (March, 2009) with movies; (e) Multilevel Modeling With Latent Variables Using Mplus; (f) Longitudinal Analysis (March, 2009) with movies; (g) Growth Modeling with Latent Variables Using Mplus with movies; (h) Growth and Multilevel Modeling Using Mplus with movies; (i) EFA, CFA, and SEM Using Mplus with movies; (j) New Methods for Latent Variable Modeling in Mplus with movies; (k) Statistical Analysis with Latent Variables (a 10 week course) with movies; (l) General Latent Variable Modeling using Mplus Version 3 (Professor Bengt Muthén speaking at SMABS 2004 at Jena University) with movies; (m) Multilevel Modeling in Mplus (Professor Bengt Muthén speaking at Johns Hopkins University) with movies; (n) Statistical Analysis with Latent Variables using Mplus 3 (guest speaker Bengt Muthén) with movies; (o) Latent Class Analysis (guest speaker Karen Nylund) with movies; (p) Discrete Time Survival Analysis, (guest Speaker Katherine Masyn) with movies; (q) Longitudinal Models with Zero Inflation, (guest Speaker Frauke Kreuter) with movies; (r) Introduction to using Mplus 3 with movies; and (s) Building Your Mplus Skills.

    For R
    : (a) Introduction to R; and (b) Repeated Measures Analysis in R.

    Miscellaneous
    : (a) Introduction to Power Analysis; (b) Intermediate Power Analysis; (c) Advanced Power Analysis; (d) Deciphering Interactions in Logistic Regression; (e) Regression Models with Count Data; (f) Statistical Writing; (g) Funding Your Graduate Work; (h) Proposal Workshop; (i) Proposal Workshop 2; (j) Proposal Workshop 3; (k) Best Practices for Writing Scientific Articles and Article-based Dissertations; (l) Finding and Using Data in Quantitative Research: ISR Data Archives and ICPSR Resources; and (m) Archival Data ◦Finding and Using Archival Data with movies.
  7. Watch multiple training videos on Atlas.ti.
  8. Visit a useful website on SEM and a variety of methodological issues by David Kenny.

     

National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-being (NSCAW): Opportunities for Secondary Analysis

NSCAW Part One

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NSCAW Part Three

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