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Structural Equation Modeling is a statistical method increasingly used in scientific studies in the fields of Social Sciences. It is currently a preferred analysis method, especially in doctoral dissertations and academic researches. However, since many universities do not include this method in the curriculum of undergraduate and graduate courses, students and scholars try to solve the problems they encounter by using various books and internet resources.
This book aims to guide the researcher who wants to use this method in a way that is free from math expressions. It teaches the steps of a research program using structured equality modeling practically. For students writing theses and scholars preparing academic articles, this book aims to analyze systematically the methodology of scientific studies conducted using structural equation modeling methods in the social sciences.
This book is prepared in as simple language as possible so as to convey basic information. It consists of two parts: the first gives basic concepts of structural equation modeling, and the second gives examples of applications.
statistics, modeling, VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY ANALYSIS, STRUCTURAL REGRESSION, PATH ANALYSIS, MEDIATOR VARIABLE ANALYSIS
Applied Mathematics | Applied Statistics | Multivariate Analysis | Other Applied Mathematics | Other Mathematics | Quantitative, Qualitative, Comparative, and Historical Methodologies | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Statistical Models | Statistics and Probability
Civelek, Mustafa Emre, "Essentials of Structural Equation Modeling" (2018). Zea E-Books. 64.
Applied Statistics Commons, Multivariate Analysis Commons, Other Applied Mathematics Commons, Other Mathematics Commons, Quantitative, Qualitative, Comparative, and Historical Methodologies Commons, Statistical Models Commons