## Multilevel Analysis: An Introduction to Basic and Advanced Multilevel Modeling (Google eBook)SAGE, Sep 29, 1999 - 272 pages The main methods, techniques and issues for carrying out multilevel modeling and analysis are covered in this book. The book is an applied introduction to the topic, providing a clear conceptual understanding of the issues involved in multilevel analysis and will be a useful reference tool. Information on designing multilevel studies, sampling, testing and model specification and interpretation of models is provided. A comprehensive guide to the software available is included. Multilevel Analysis is the ideal guide for researchers and applied statisticians in the social sciences, including education, but will also interest researchers in economics, and biological, medical and health disciplines. |

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### Contents

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The Random Intercept Model | 38 |

The Hierarchical Linear Model | 67 |

Testing and Model Specification | 86 |

How Much Does the Model Explain? | 99 |

Heteroscedasticity | 110 |

Designing Multilevel Studies | 140 |

Crossed Random Coefficients | 155 |

Longitudinal Data | 166 |

Multivariate Multilevel Models | 200 |

Discrete Dependent Variables | 207 |

Software | 239 |

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