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### 09-SEM2-Keith-Interpretation

Course: EPS 232, Fall 2009
School: N. Arizona
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Martin-EPS W. 725-09 Department of Educational Psychology EPS 725: Multivariate Statistics Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) (Also, analysis of moment structures, analysis of covariance structures, or causal modeling.) Structural Model Example Example (Keith, 2006, p. 333) The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of peer rejection on kindergarten students' academic and emotional adjustment, which...

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