Advanced Training Course Description


You may choose to take this course for free, but you must purchase the course to receive your certificate and CE credit.




Description

Introduction to Multilevel Models

In this training course, Dr. Daniel Bauer provides a broad conceptual overview of multilevel statistical modeling. Topics include why conventional statistical models are inappropriate for nested/dependent data structures, the fixed-effects model, and the random effects approach to multilevel modeling. Dr. Bauer demonstrates how to formulate a multilevel model and interpret the results obtained from fitting the model.

For information about in-person applied statistics workshops please visit Curren-Bauer Analytics.

Presenter: Daniel Bauer PhD

Online Advanced Training Course- 4 CE credits - $100.00


Learning Objectives:

At the end of this course, you should be able to:

Presenter:

Dr. Daniel Bauer is an Associate Professor of Quantitative Psychology at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His research focuses on the development, evaluation, and application of quantitative methods suited to the study of developmental phenomena.


Audience:

This course is recommended for researchers, psychiatrists, and psychologists with knowledge of basic statistics who seek to gain a better understanding of multilevel modeling.


Schedule:

Self-paced online training course


Special Assistance or Grievance:

3-C Institute for Social Development strives to meet the needs of all participants. If you require special assistance or you would like to file a grievance, please contact our Continuing Education Director by phone (919) 677-0102 x 566 or via email at cedirector@3cisd.com.


Final Test Instructions:


Cost:

$100.00


You may choose to take this course for free, but you must purchase the course to receive your certificate and CE credit.