Structural Equality Modeling
In recent years, there has been a need and tendency to test the relations between variables with a holistic approach, rather than handling each of them individually. Thus, progress has been made to analyze a number of hypotheses simultaneously to test a theory, instead of carrying out a separate analysis for each hypothesis in research. This seven-week course on Structural Equality Modeling was designed to answer all possible questions of scientists and social scientists. The course mainly focuses on confirmatory factor analysis, path analysis, latent variable model analysis, hybrid models, and mediator and moderator effects, which are included in the family of structural equation analysis.
The course is designed to enable participants to learn on their own; however, they can contact the instructor for any questions related to the course