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ISCTE - Lisbon University Institute

376 Avenida das Forças Armadas

1600-077 Lisboa

Portugal

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Introduction to Multilevel Moderation Analysis: Probing and Plotting Cross Level Interaction


  • Worshop Description

In this workshop, participants will be introduced to test a moderator model with multilevel data using Linear Mixed Models in SPSS. The moderation will be theoretically introduced within a multilevel framework, followed by an empirical application. First, it will show how to conduct a cross level interaction with MIXED procedure using a parametric method but also using bootstrapping. Than computational tools will be used for probing and plotting interactions in multilevel modeling. Finally, it will highlight the presentation of the obtained results in Health Research.

Note that the SPSS and R packages will be available on the computers of the laboratory where the course takes place.


  • Workshop Outcomes

When this workshop is complete, participants should be able to:

  1. To conduct a multilevel moderation analysis

  2. To probe and to plot interactions with multilevel modeling


  • Who can attend

  • Fully registered delegates only

  • Previous knowledge on linear regression analysis will be helpful

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ISCTE - Lisbon University Institute

376 Avenida das Forças Armadas

1600-077 Lisboa

Portugal

Organiser Dr Helena Carvalho

Organiser of Introduction to Multilevel Moderation Analysis: Probing and Plotting Cross Level Interaction

Helena Carvalho is associate professor with aggregation in the Department of Social Research Methods at ISCTE-University Institute of Lisbon. She coordinates a postgraduate in Data Analysis in Social Sciences. She is an expert in methodological issues and data analysis. She is a senior researcher at the Center for the Research and Study of Sociology (CIES-ISCTE-IUL). Her area of research is focused inside the quantitative and multivariate methods for categorical and quantitative variables, mainly methods of interdependence and dependence and multilevel models. She teaches several topics of multivariate statistics on master and PhD courses. She has coordinated research projects and she has participated in several research projects, developing her skills of data analysis with quantitative methods. She has published several books and several articles in Portugal and abroad.

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