New Developments in Structural Equation Modeling, Set B: MEDIATION

Rex Kline, Ph.D.Professor of psychology, University of Concordia (Montreal)

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Fall 2014 MAP Academy Workshop

To receive the password to view this workshop please send a message to mapacademy@unl.edu.

The Nebraska Academy for Methodology, Analytics and Psychometrics invites you to view a workshop given by Dr. Rex Kline, professor of psychology at the University of Concordia (Montreal). 

On Monday, Nov. 10, Kline will guided a workshop titled "New Developments in Structural Equation Modeling".

Following the workshop, Kline will gave a free, public keynote address titled "Hello, Statistics Reform." 


Dr. Rex Kline serves as professor of psychology at the University of Concordia (Montreal). With a background in measurement, psychological assessment and child clinical psychology, his research interests include structural equation modeling and the reform of inference and analysis methods in the social sciences. 

Kline is the author of "Principles and Practice of Structural Equation Modeling," "Beyond Significance Testing: Statistics Reform in the Behavioral Sciences," and "Becoming a Behavioral Science Researcher: A Guide to Producing Research that Matters."

He holds a doctorate in psychology from Wayne State University (Detroit).