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date: 28 September 2020

Longitudinal Structural Equation Modeling in Lifespan Developmental Analyses 

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Psychology and Aging
Philip ParkerPhilip Parker, Robert BrockmanRobert Brockman

Advances in longitudinal structural equation models (LSEMs) has allowed for lifespan hypotheses to be tested that had not previously been easily addressed. Yet advancement in LSEMs has happened at such a pace that applied researchers have often struggled to keep up. Meanwhile, such advances are frequently developing without substantive context, often leading to esoteric methods with limited application to applied research. ... ...

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