James P. Selig
James P. Selig
Associate Professor of Biostatistics
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Advantages of Monte Carlo confidence intervals for indirect effects
KJ Preacher, JP Selig
Communication Methods and Measures 6 (2), 77-98, 2012
Monte Carlo method for assessing mediation: An interactive tool for creating confidence intervals for indirect effects [Computer software]
JP Selig, KJ Preacher
Mediation models for longitudinal data in developmental research
JP Selig, KJ Preacher
Research in human development 6 (2-3), 144-164, 2009
Autoregressive and cross-lagged panel analysis for longitudinal data
JP Selig, TD Little
Handbook of developmental research methods, 265-278, 2012
New developments in latent variable panel analyses of longitudinal data
TD Little, KJ Preacher, JP Selig, NA Card
International journal of behavioral development 31 (4), 357-365, 2007
A meta-analysis of the efficacy of teaching mathematics with concrete manipulatives.
KJ Carbonneau, SC Marley, JP Selig
Journal of Educational Psychology 105 (2), 380, 2013
COVID‐19 vaccine hesitancy: Race/ethnicity, trust, and fear
DE Willis, JA Andersen, K Bryant‐Moore, JP Selig, CR Long, HC Felix, ...
Clinical and translational science 14 (6), 2200-2207, 2021
Effects of the Student Success Skills program on executive functioning skills, feelings of connectedness, and academic achievement in a predominantly Hispanic, low‐income …
ME Lemberger, JP Selig, H Bowers, JE Rogers
Journal of Counseling & Development 93 (1), 25-37, 2015
Monte Carlo method for assessing multilevel mediation: An interactive tool for creating confidence intervals for indirect effects in 1-1-1 multilevel models [Computer software]
KJ Preacher, JP Selig
Latent variable structural equation modeling in cross-cultural research: Multigroup and multilevel approaches
JP Selig, NA Card, TD Little
Multilevel analysis of individuals and cultures, 93-119, 2015
Modeling time-dependent association in longitudinal data: A lag as moderator approach
JP Selig, KJ Preacher, TD Little
Multivariate Behavioral Research 47 (5), 697-716, 2012
Modeling dyadic and interdependent data in the developmental and behavioral sciences
NA Card, JP Selig, T Little
Routledge, 2011
Confirmatory factor analysis of a family quality of life scale for families of kindergarten children without disabilities
NI Zuna, JP Selig, JA Summers, AP Turnbull
Journal of Early Intervention 31 (2), 111-125, 2009
Handbook of developmental research methods
JP Selig, TD Little, B Laursen, NA Card
New York, NY: Guilford.[Google Scholar], 2012
A typological approach to the study of parenting: Associations between maternal parenting patterns and child behaviour and social reception
KA McNamara, JP Selig, PH Hawley
Early Child Development and Care 180 (9), 1185-1202, 2010
The combined effects of grade retention and targeted small-group intervention on students' literacy outcomes
M Abbott, H Wills, CR Greenwood, D Kamps, L Heitzman-Powell, J Selig
Reading & Writing Quarterly 26 (1), 4-25, 2010
Longitudinal data analysis
W Wu, JP Selig, TD Little
Oxford handbook of quantitative methods 2, 387-410, 2013
Evaluating special educator effectiveness: Addressing issues inherent to value-added modeling
TD Steinbrecher, JP Selig, J Cosbey, BI Thorstensen
Exceptional Children 80 (3), 323-336, 2014
Package ‘semTools’
TD Jorgensen, S Pornprasertmanit, AM Schoemann, Y Rosseel, P Miller, ...
Website:< https://cran. opencpu. org/web/packages/semTools/semTools. pdf, 2016
Foundations for screening adverse childhood experiences: Exploring patterns of exposure through infancy and toddlerhood
LM McKelvey, JP Selig, L Whiteside-Mansell
Child abuse & neglect 70, 112-121, 2017
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