This book illustrates the ease with which AMOS 4.0 can be used to address research questions that lend themselves to structural equation modeling (SEM). This goal is achieved by: 1) presenting a nonmathematical introduction to the basic concepts and applications of structural equation modeling; 2) demonstrating basic applications of SEM using AMOS 4.0; and 3) highlighting features of AMOS 4.0 that address important caveats related to SEM analyses.
Written in a "user-friendly" style, the author "walks" the reader through 10 SEM applications from model specification to estimation to the assessment and interpretation of the output. Each of the book's applications is accompanied by:
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University of Ottawa, CanadaReview:
"I believe that Byrne's book is a valuable companion to those who aspire to analyse their data with SEM. It is written in a clear style, richly illustrated, and discusses most of the problems readers will encounter in their own research....also suitable for use as a textbook on structural equation modelling." - European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
"...considerable effort is devoted to introducing statistical principles, concepts, and measures in nonmathematical terms....its excellent treatment of the practical aspects of modeling and because it provides useful and accessible material about some of the statistical aspects of SEM." - Contemporary Psychology
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Descripción Psychology Press, 2000. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110805833226
Descripción Psychology Press, 2000. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0805833226