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An Introductory Overview of Structural Equation Modeling (SEM)

The purpose of this 2-day (10/9, 10/11) course is to give an overview of structural equation models (SEMs).

It is not an introduction to SEM software, but focuses more on the conceptual aspects of SEMs. It provides a brief description of the major types of SEMs and the steps involved in modeling. A few hypothetical and empirical examples are included.

 Participants should have a thorough understanding of regression analysis and a basic understanding of matrices.

No registration required.UNC students, faculty, and staff will need to provide their PID. Attendees should bring a flash drive to class.
Instructor:Cathy Zimmer 

For more information, please email Cathy Zimmer atcrzimmer@ad.unc.edu

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