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Modern Modeling Methods (M3) Conference
The Modern Modeling Methods (M3) conference is an interdisciplinary conference designed to showcase the latest modeling methods and to present research related to these methodologies.
Keynote speakers for the 2013 conference include Judea Pearl, Linda Collins, and Bengt Muthen.
2013 Modern Modeling Methods Conference
Pre-conference workshop: May 20
Multilevel SEM with Complex Applications
May 21 (8:45-10:15):
Optimizing behavioral interventions: An integration of methodological perspectives from the behavioral and engineering sciences
Linda Collins, Pennsylvania State University
May 22 (10:00-noon)
What on earth are we modeling? Data or Reality? Reflections on structural equations, external validity, heterogeneity and missing data.
Judea Pearl, UCLA
May 22 (3:15-close)
Late-breaking news: Some exciting new methods!
Bengt Muthen, Mplus and UCLA (emeritus)
Also-- May 21 (1:30-4:45) Special double block session by Yves Rosseel on the R package lavaan
Post-conference workshop — Thursday, May 23
Bengt Muthen: Advances in Latent Variable Modeling using Mplus Version 7