Special issue on Multi-study Methods for Building a Cumulative Psychological Sciences in Psychological Methods
Volume 14, Number 2, p77-181, June 2009
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- The seemingly quixotic pursuit of a cumulative psychological science: Introduction to the special issue.
Patrick J. Curran
- Integrative data analysis: The simultaneous analysis of multiple data sets.
Patrick J. Curran and Andrea M. Hussong
- Psychometric approaches for developing commensurate measures across independent studies: Traditional and new models.
Daniel J Bauer and Andrea M. Hussong
- Modeling life-span growth curves of cognition using longitudinal data with multiple samples and changing scales of measurement.
John J. McArdle, Kevin J. Grimm, Fumiaki Hamagami, Ryan P Bowles, and William Meredith
- Integrative data analysis through coordination of measurement and analysis protocol across independent longitudinal studies.
Scott M. Hofer and Andrea M. Piccinin
- The relative benefits of meta-analysis conducted with individual participant data versus aggregated data.
Harris Cooper and Erika A. Patall
- Short and long views of integrative data analysis: Comments on contributions to the special issue.
Patrick E. Shrout
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