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Mplus Web Talk No. 4 - Using Mplus To Do Cross-Lagged Modeling of
Panel Data Part 2: Categorical Variables. April 7, 2022.

The web talk pdf has 162 slides. The web talk can be watched in separate sections below or via our YouTube playlist. The total running time for this web talk is 5 hours and 16 minutes.

  • Outline, (slides 1-3), 7 minutes:

      Introduction


  • Section 1, (slides 4-12), 12 minutes:

      Examples from Three Data Sets


  • Section 2, (slides 13-23), 27 minutes:

      Refresher of Mplus Web Talk 4 Part 1

      Analysis of Continuous Outcomes


  • Section 3, (slides 24-33), 24 minutes:

      Brief Introduction to Analysis of Binary Outcomes


  • Section 4, (slides 34-42), 10 minutes:

      Data Set 2 Binary Outcomes: Suicidal Ideation and Substance Abuse


  • Section 5, (slides 43-49), 11 minutes:

      Transitioning from Continuous to Categorical Outcomes

      and from Old to New Mplus Language for RI-CLPM


  • Section 6, (slides 50-57), 22 minutes:

      Technical Aspects of Modeling with Binary Outcomes:

      Model Specification, Identification, Estimation, and Simulations


  • Section 7, (slides 58-65), 18 minutes:

      Univariate Panel Data Models for Binary Outcomes

      Analyses of Data Set 2 Suicidal Ideation and Substance Abuse


  • Section 8, (slides 66-78), 28 minutes:

      Bivariate Binary Cross-Lagged Analyses

      of Suicidal Ideation and Substance Abuse


  • Section 9, (slides 79-89), 20 minutes:

      Planning Future Studies:

      Power Estimation Using Monte Carlo Simulations


  • Section 10, (slides 90-99), 16 minutes:

      Other Analysis Approaches:

      Measurement Error

      Observed Y as Predictor Instead of Latent Y*

      Reciprocal Modeling


  • Section 11.1, (slides 100-110), 19 minutes:

      Latent Transition Analysis:

      Mover-Stayer

      RI-LTA


  • Section 11.2, (slides 111-117), 17 minutes:

      Latent Transition Analysis:

      Bivariate LTA


  • Section 12, (slides 118-133), 27 minutes:

      Ordered Categorical (Ordinal) Outcomes

      Two-Part Ordinal Model


  • Section 13.1, (slides 134-144), 21 minutes:

      Allowing for a Trend:

      Latent Growth Analysis


  • Section 13.2, (slides 145-151), 16 minutes:

      Allowing for a Trend:

      Longitudinal LCA

      Latent Class Growth Analysis

      Growth Mixture Modeling


  • Section 14, (slides 152-160), 20 minutes:

      Distal Outcomes


  • References, (slides 161-162):

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