An open lecture on multilevel structural equation modeling by professor Lars-Erik Malmberg.
The Learning, Motivation, and Well-Being -research group is hosting an open guest lecture by professor Lars-Erik Malmberg (Oxford University, UK) on the use of multilevel structural equation modeling.
An introduction to multilevel structural equation models
The multilevel structural equation model (MSEM) is a very flexible tool for establishing both structural validity of measurement of latent constructs across levels of hierarchically nested data, as well as investigating relationships between level-specific latent constructs. We will start by defining the multilevel model within the structural equation modelling framework. We will then introduce multilevel confirmatory factor analysis (MCFA) and full multilevel structural equation models (MSEM). In the worked examples I will use example data of time-points nested within persons from the Learning Every Lesson (LEL) dataset.
Professor Malmberg gives his second talk focusing on the application of MSEM in intraindividual research on students' learning experiences on 6.2.2019.