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PSYCH 262: Measurement and the Study of Change in Social Science Research (COMM 369)

This course is a survey of methodological issues associated with the measurement of psychological constructs and processes of change. General areas to be covered include use of latent variable models (structural equation modeling), classical test theory, generalizability theory, principal component analysis, factor analysis, item response theory and how these models facilitate and/or constrain the study of change processes. Students will work through application/implementation of the models through hands-on analysis of simulated and empirical data, acquire experiences in the formulation of research questions and study designs that are appropriately tethered to the different theoretical perspectives invoked by the different models.
Terms: Spr | Units: 1-5 | Repeatable 5 times (up to 25 units total)
Instructors: Ram, N. (PI)
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