I am not familiar with EMA (Ecological Momentary Assessment). You can see the range of Mplus modeling by looking through the User's Guide examples; the UG is on the web. If you send me a pdf of a key paper on EMA I might find time to look at it and have more to say.
Hello. I have a three level model (observations nested in days nested in individual). Observations were collected 4 to 10 times per day (for 7 days) and time of collection within each day varies between individuals. I would like to determine if a time varying covariate predicts observation values.
I have two questions. 1) Can Mplus handle this type of intensive data? 2) If so, do you know where I can get guidance on coding and setting up this type of analysis (papers, book chapters)?