Dr. Todd Little: Spring 2010

Frances McClelland Institute
McClelland Park 235J
(520) 621-8067
yhat@ku.edu

 

Dr. Little is Director of the Research Design and Analysis Unit at the University of Kansas. His research focuses on studying developmental change in how action-control processes influence school adjustment and achievement, peer relationships, reasons for aggression, and ability to cope with stress. Dr. Little provides graduate-level training in multivariate statistical techniques including structural equation modeling (e.g., LISREL) and growth curve modeling, and explores the use of SEM techniques as a general data analytic approach to studying individual, developmental, and sociocontextual differences.

 

As part of his visit he is presenting two workshops and is available to meet with faculty and students for one-on-one meetings.

 

Handling Missing Data: Modern Approaches and Innovative Applications
9:00am - 2:30 pm, Thursday, February 18th
MCPRK 402

The morning workshop will cover common problems and general solutions for dealing with missing data. Lunch will be provided by the Institute, followed by an open Q & A session where Dr. Little will help participants problem-solve their specific research issues.

To view the PowerPoint slides for this presentation, please click here.

To view the chapter mentioned during this presentation, click here.

 

Speaker Series: "Conceptualizing and Modeling Contextual Effects in Longitudinal Studies"
3:00 - 4:30pm, Friday, February 19th
MCPRK 402

No RSVP required; public reception to follow

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