Session 272: LD1 -> Longitudinal Research: Identifying and Solving Methodological Problems
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Thursday, November 16
Place: H-San Francisco B
Session Chair: Kristin A. Bates, California State University - San Marcos
Identifying Unit-Dependency and Time-specificity in Longitudinal Analysis: A Graphical Methodology
by: Laura J. Dugan, Georgia State University (Corresponding)
The Effect of Period on the Age-Crime Curve: A Log-Linear Analysis of Crime Rates Estimated by a Study of Four Cohorts
by: Volker Grundies, Max-Planck-Institute (Corresponding)
Easy-to-Find and Hard-to-Find Subjects: Are Their Characteristics and Outcomes Different?
by: Elizabeth Hall, University of California - Los Angeles (Corresponding)
Michael Prendergast, University of California - Los Angeles

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