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245 04 The handbook of multilevel theory, measurement, and 
       analysis /|cedited by Stephen E. Humphrey and James M. 
250    First Edition. 
263    1901 
264  1 Washington, DC :|bAmerican Psychological Association,
264  4 |c©2019 
300    1 online resource 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bn|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Multilevel theory -- On finding your level / Stanley M. 
       Gully and Jean M. Phillips -- Contextualizing context in 
       organizational research / Cheri Ostroff -- Ask not what 
       the study of context can do for you : ask what you can do 
       for the study of context / Rustin D. Meyer, Katie England,
       Elnora D. Kelly, Andrew Helbling, MinShuou Li, and Donna 
       Outten -- The only constant is change : expanding theory 
       by incorporating dynamic properties into one¿s models / 
       Matthew A. Cronin and Jeffrey B. Vancouver -- The means 
       are the end : complexity science in organizational 
       research / Juliet R. Aiken, Paul J. Hanges, & Tiancheng 
       Chen -- The missing levels of microfoundations: a call for
       bottom-up theory and methods / Robert E. Ployhart and 
       Jonathan Hendricks -- Multilevel emergence in work 
       collectives / John E. Mathieu and Margaret M. Luciano -- 
       Multilevel thoughts on social networks / Daniel J. Brass 
       and Stephen P. Borgatti -- Conceptual foundations of 
       multilevel social networks / Srikanth Paruchuri, Martin C.
       Goossen, and Corey Phelps -- Multilevel measurement and 
       design -- Introduction to data collection in multilevel 
       research / Le Zhou, Yifan Song, Valeria Alterman, Yihao 
       Liu, and Mo Wang -- Construct validation in multilevel 
       studies / Andrew T. Jebb, Louis Tay, Vincent Ng, and Sang 
       Eun Woo -- Multilevel measurement : agreement, reliability,
       and nonindependence / Dina V. Krasikova and James M. 
       LeBreton -- Looking within : an examination, combination, 
       and extension of within-person methods across multiple 
       levels of analysis / Daniel J. Beal and Allison S. Gabriel
       -- Power analysis for multilevel research / Charles A. 
       Scherbaum and Erik Pesner -- Explained variance measures 
       for multilevel models / David M. LaHuis, Caitlin E. 
       Blackmore, and Kinsey B. Bryant-Lees -- Missing data in 
       multilevel research / Simon Grund, Oliver Lüdtke, and 
       Alexander Robitzsch -- Multilevel analysis -- A primer on 
       multilevel (random coefficient) regression modeling / Levi
       Shiverdecker and James M. LeBreton -- Dyadic data analysis
       / Andrew P. Knight and Stephen A. Humphrey -- A primer on 
       multilevel structural equation modeling : user-friendly 
       guidelines / Robert J. Vandenberg and Hettie A. Richardson
       -- Moderated mediation in multilevel sem: decomposing 
       effects of race on math achievement within versus between 
       high schools in the united states / Michael J. Zyphur, 
       Zhen Zhang, Kristopher J. Preacher, and Laura J. Bird -- 
       Anything but normal : the challenges, solutions, and 
       practical considerations of analyzing nonnormal multilevel
       data / Miles A. Zachary, Curt B. Moore, and Gary A. 
       Ballinger -- A temporal perspective on emergence : using 3
       -level mixed effects models to track consensus emergence 
       in groups / Jonas W. B. Lang and Paul D. Bliese -- Social 
       network effects: computational modeling of network 
       contagion and climate emergence -- Daniel a. newman and 
       wei wang -- Reflections on multilevel research -- Cross-
       level models / Francis J. Yammarino and Janaki Gooty -- 
       Panel interview : reflections on multilevel theory, 
       measurement, and analysis / Michael E. Hoffman, David Chan,
       Gilad Chen, Fred Dansereau, Denise Rousseau, and Benjamin 
       Schneider -- Index -- About the editors. 
588    Description based on print version record and CIP data 
       provided by publisher; resource not viewed. 
650  0 Interpersonal relations|xResearch. 
650  0 Industrial sociology|xResearch. 
650  0 Psychology|xResearch. 
650  0 Social sciences|xResearch. 
650  7 Industrial sociology|xResearch.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00971747 
650  7 Interpersonal relations|xResearch.|2fast
650  7 Psychology|xResearch.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01081506 
650  7 Social sciences|xResearch.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01122944 
700 1  Humphrey, Stephen E.|q(Stephen Earle),|eeditor. 
700 1  LeBreton, James M.,|eeditor. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tHandbook of multilevel theory, 
       measurement, and analysis|bFirst Edition.|dWashington, DC 
       : American Psychological Association, [2018]
       |z9781433830013|w(DLC)  2018027316 
994    C0|bSTJ 
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