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Educational Psychology Leads in Multivariate Behavioral Research Methods

The October issue of Multivariate Behavioral Research contains three articles by faculty, graduate students, and alumni of Educational Psychology's Quantitative Methods in Education (QME) track: one on a logistic regression analysis of growth/change by alumnus Jeffrey Harring (now at the University of Maryland), one on a hierarchical regression analysis of patterns in test item responses by alumnus Steve Culpepper (now at theUniversity of Colorado, Denver), and one on structural equation modeling of multivariate score patterns by Professor Mark L. Davison, alumnus Se-Kang Kim (now at Fordham University) and graduate student Catherine Close.

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