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`This Handbook discusses important methodological tools and topics in quantitative methodology in easy to understand language. It is an exhaustive review of past and recent advances in each topic combined with a detailed discussion of examples and graphical illustrations. It will be an essential reference for social science researchers as an introduction to methods and quantitative concepts of great use' - Irini Moustaki, London School of Economics. `The 24 chapters in this Handbook span a wide range of topics, presenting the latest quantitative developments in scaling theory, measurement, categorical data analysis, multilevel models, latent variable models, and foundational issues. Each chapter reviews the historical context for the topic and then describes current work, including illustrative examples where appropriate. The level of presentation throughout the book ...

Experimental, Quasi-Experimental, and Nonexperimental Design and Analysis With Latent Variables
Experimental, quasi-experimental, and nonexperimental design and analysis with latent variables
Gregory R. Hancock

In the physical sciences, common variables such as temperature, pressure, mass, and volume, when considered in sufficient quantities, tend to be measured with relatively little ...

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