An Introduction to multilevel modeling for social and personality psychology
John B. Nezlek
AbstractMultilevel modeling is a technique that has numerous potential applicationsfor social and personality psychology. To help realize this potential, this articleprovides an introduction to multilevel modeling with an emphasis on some of itsapplications in social and personality psychology. This introduction includes adescription of multilevel modeling, a rationale for this technique, and a discussionof applications of multilevel modeling in social and personality psychologicalresearch. Some of the subtleties of setting up multilevel analyses and interpretingresults are presented, and software options are discussed.
|Journal series||Social and Personality Psychology Compass, ISSN 1751-9004, (0 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.9|
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|Citation count*||412 (2021-02-24)|
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