Analyzing Longitudinal Data with Multilevel Models: An Example with Individuals Living with Lower Extremity Intra-articular Fractures.

@article{Kwok2008AnalyzingLD,
  title={Analyzing Longitudinal Data with Multilevel Models: An Example with Individuals Living with Lower Extremity Intra-articular Fractures.},
  author={Oi-man Kwok and A. Underhill and J. Berry and W. Luo and T. Elliott and M. Yoon},
  journal={Rehabilitation psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={53 3},
  pages={
          370-386
        }
}
The use and quality of longitudinal research designs has increased over the past two decades, and new approaches for analyzing longitudinal data, including multi-level modeling (MLM) and latent growth modeling (LGM), have been developed. The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the use of MLM and its advantages in analyzing longitudinal data. Data from a sample of individuals with intra-articular fractures of the lower extremity from the University of Alabama at Birmingham's Injury Control… Expand
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