Advances in Latent Variable Mixture Models
The current volume, Advances in Latent Variable Mixture Models, contains chapters by all of the speakers who participated in the 2006 CILVR conference, providing not just a snapshot of the event, but more importantly chronicling the state of the art in latent variable mixture model research. The volume starts with an overview chapter by the CILVR conference keynote speaker, Bengt MuthÃ©n, offering a â€œlay of the landâ€ for latent variable mixture models before the volume moves to more specific constellations of topics. Part I, Multilevel and Longitudinal Systems, deals with mixtures for data that are hierarchical in nature either due to the dataâ€™s sampling structure or to the repetition of measures (of varied types) over time. Part II, Models for Assessment and Diagnosis, addresses scenarios for making judgments about individualsâ€™ state of knowledge or development, and about the instruments used for making such judgments. Finally, Part III, Challenges in Model Evaluation, focuses on some of the methodological issues associated with the selection of models most accurately representing the processes and populations under investigation. It should be stated that this volume is not intended to be a first exposure to latent variable methods. Readers lacking such foundational knowledge are encouraged to consult primary and/or secondary didactic resources in order to get the most from the chapters in this volume. Once armed with the basic understanding of latent variable methods, we believe readers will find this volume incredibly exciting.
Editorsâ€™ Introduction, Gregory R. Hancock and Karen M. Samuelsen. Acknowledgments. Latent Variable Hybrids: Overview of Old and New Models, Bengt Muthen. PART I: Multilevel and Longitudinal Systems. Multilevel Mixture Models, Tihomir Asparouhov and Bengt Muthen. Longitudinal Modeling of Population Heterogeneity: Methodological Challenges to the Analysis of Empirically Derived Criminal Trajectory Profiles, Frauke Kreuter and Bengt Muthen. Examining Contingent Discrete Change Over Time with Associative Latent Transition Analysis, Brian P. Flaherty. Modeling Measurement Error in Event Occurrence for Single, Non-Recurring Events in Discrete-Time Survival Analysis, Katherine E. Masyn. PART II: Models for Assessment and Diagnosis. Evidentiary Foundations of Mixture Item Response Theory Models, Robert J. Mislevy, Roy Levy, Marc Kroopnick, and Daisy Rutstein. Examining Differential Item Functioning from a Latent Mixture Perspective, Karen M. Samuelsen. Mixture Models in a Developmental Context, Karen Draney, Mark Wilson, Judith Gluck, and Christiane Spiel. Applications of Stochastic Analyses for Collaborative Learning and Cognitive Assessment, Amy Soller and Ron Stevens. The Mixture General Diagnostic Model, Matthias von Davier. PART III: Challenges in Model Evaluation. Categories or Continua? The Correspondence Between Mixture Models and Factor Models, Eric Loken and Peter Molenaar. Applications and Extensions of the Two-Point Mixture Index of Model Fit, C. Mitchell Dayton. Identifying the Correct Number of Classes in Growth Mixture Models, Davood Tofighi and Craig K. Enders. Choosing a â€œCorrectâ€ Factor Mixture Model: Power, Limitations, and Graphical Data Exploration, Gitta H. Lubke and Jeffrey R. Spies. About the Contributors.
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