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Interaction and Nonlinear Effects in Structural
Interaction and Nonlinear Effects in Structural
Interaction and Nonlinear Effects in Structural
Interaction and Nonlinear Effects in Structural

Interaction and Nonlinear Effects in Structural Equation Modeling

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About Interaction And Nonlinear Effects In Structural

Product Description This volume provides a comprehensive presentation of the various procedures currently available for testing interaction and nonlinear effects in structural equation modeling. By focusing on various software applications, the reader should quickly be able to incorporate one of the procedures into testing interaction or nonlinear effects in their own model. Although every attempt is made to keep mathematical details to a minimum, it is assumed that the reader has mastered the equivalent of a graduate-level multivariate statistics course which includes adequate coverage of structural equation modeling. This book will be of interest to researchers and practitioners in education and the social sciences. Review "The research presented in this book represents one step farther than most SEM researchers have gone before, and this book makes a useful contribution to this literature."—Contemporary Psychology "...the book is highly motivating and thus exciting. There is a great deal of creativity present here, and satisfactory creativity at that....This is a book that will be valued for its depth rather than its breadth by a host of SEM researchers and students."—Structural Equation Modeling