David A. Kenny
January 11, 2015


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Go to the list of the following set of webinars:
      Dyadic Data Analysis
           Standard Design
           One with Many Design
           Social Relations Model Designs
      Structural Equation Modeling
           Multiple Regression
           Measures of Fit
      Causal Mediation Analysis
      Moderation Analysis

Dyadic Data Analysis


  Basic Definitions in Dyadic Data (10 minutes) This webinar is essential for the understanding of the other dyadic webinars!

  Dyadic Data Structures (5 minutes) This webinar is essential for the understanding of the other dyadic webinars!

  Restructuring Dyadic Data (32 minutes and recently updated)

  Nonindependence in Dyadic Data (28 minutes)

  Seven Deadly Sins of Dyadic Data Analysis (12 minutes)

Standard Design

Actor-Partner Interderdependence Model for the Standard Design (13 minutes)


         Indistinguishable Dyads

              Using Multilevel Modeling (8 minutes)

              Using Structural Equation Modeling (16 minutes)

         Distinguishable Dyads

              Using Multilevel Modeling: Two Intercept Method (15 minutes)

              Using Multilevel Modeling: Interaction Method (16 minutes)

              Using Structural Equation Modeling (12 minutes)

     Patterns of Actor and Partner Effects

         Introduction (12 minutes)

         k for APIM Patterns (15 minutes)

Tests of Distinguishability (12 minutes)

One-with-Many Design

         Introduction (9 minutes)

         Estimation (forthcoming)

Social Relations Model

         Introduction (20 minutes)

         Designs (7 minutes)

Structural Equation Modeling

Multiple Regression

     Introduction (12 minutes)

     Advanced Topics (11 minutes)

     Example (10 minutes)

Measures of SEM Model Fit

     Introduction (19 minutes)

     Measures of Model Fit (22 minutes)

     Factors Affecting Model Fit (8 minutes)

Longitudinal Studies

     Regression Towards the Mean (15 minutes)

Causal Mediation Analysis

The Basics and Introduction (13 minutes)

      The Early History (5 minutes)

      The Four Steps Approach (8 minutes)

      The Indirect Effect (13 minutes)

      Tests of the Indirect Effect (15 minutes)

      Detailed Example (16 minutes)

      Assumptions (15 minutes)

      Solutions to Assumption Violation (21 minutes)

      Sensitivity Analyses (29 minutes)

      Multiple Variables (12 minutes)

      Power Considerations (21 minutes)

      PowMedR: An R Program to Compute Power for Mediation Analyses (14 minutes)

      The Causal Inference Approach (18 minutes)

      MedTextR (16 minutes)

Moderation Analysis

The Basics and Introduction (9 minutes)

      Interpretation (14 minutes)

      Assumptions (20 minutes)

      Power (9 minutes)


     DataToText: An Introduction (15 minutes)

     MedTextR (16 minutes)

     Restructure Dyadic Data (27 minutes; more editing is needed)

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