Table of contents for Handbook of multilevel analysis / Jan de Leeuw, Erik Meijer, editors ; foreword by Harvey Goldstein.


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1 Introduction to Multilevel Analysis
Jan de Leeuw, Erik Meijer ..................................... 1
2 Bayesian Multilevel Analysis and MCMC
David Draper .......................  ....................... 77
3 Diagnostic Checks for Multilevel Models
Tom A. B. Snijders, Johannes Berkhof ..........................  141
4 Optimal Designs for Multilevel Studies
Mirjam Moerbeek, Gerard J. P. Van Breukelen, Martijn P. F. Berger... 177
5 Many Small Groups
Stephen W. Raudenbush ..........................................207
6 Multilevel Models for Ordinal and Nominal Variables
Donald Hedeker ................................................ 237
7 Multilevel and Related Models for Longitudinal Data
Anders Skrondal, Sophia Rabe-Hesketh ..........................  275
8 Non-Hierarchical Multilevel Models
Jon Rasbash, William J. Browne .................................301
9 Multilevel Generalized Linear Models
Germdn Rodriguez ..............................................335
10 Missing Data
Nicholas T. Longford ............................................377
11 Resampling Multilevel Models
Rien van der Leeden, Erik Meijer, Frank M. T. A. Busing ............ 401
12 Multilevel Structural Equation Modeling
Stephen  H. C. du  Toit, Mathilda du  Toit .t..... ...  ........   ..... 435
Author Index..........    ... ..... ............. 479
Subject Index  .........                            ....... 485
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Social sciences Research Mathematical models, Multilevel models (Statistics)