Table of contents for Methodological issues in aging research / edited by Cindy S. Bergeman, Steven M. Boker.

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Contents: C.S. Bergeman, S.M. Boker, Preface. J.R. Nesselroade, Quantitative Modeling in Adult Development and Aging: Reflections and Projections. C.S. Bergeman, K.A. Wallace, The Theory-Methods Interface. J.J. McArdle, F. Hamagami, Longitudinal Tests of Dynamic Hypotheses on Intellectual Abilities Measured Over Sixty Years. P.J. Curran, D.J. Bauer, M.T. Willoughby, Testing and Probing Interactions in Hierarchical Linear Growth Models. C. Johnson, S.W. Raudenbush, A Repeated Measures, Multilevel Rasch Model With Application to Self-Reported Criminal Behavior. C. Schuster, Latent-Class Analysis Approaches to Determining the Reliability of Nominal Classifications: A Comparison Between the Response-Error and the Target-Type Approach. S.M. Boker, T.L. Bisconti, Dynamical Systems Modeling in Aging Research. M.J. Wenger, C. Schuster, Applying Proportional Hazards Models to Response Time Data. M.C. Neale, S.M. Boker, C.S. Bergeman, H.H. Maes, The Utility of Genetically Informative Data in the Study of Development.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Aging -- Research -- Congresses.
Aging -- Psychological aspects -- Congresses.
Old age -- Research -- Congresses.