# Multilevel model

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2011

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2011

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multilevel analysis an introduction to basic and advanced multilevel modeling What to say and what to do when mostly your friendsâ€¦Â (More)

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2007

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2007

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This paper provides a non-technical introduction to mixed-effects models for the analysis of repeated measurement data withâ€¦Â (More)

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2007

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2007

- 2007

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2006

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2006

- Technometrics
- 2006

Multilevel (hierarchical) modeling is a generalization of linear and generalized linear modeling in which regression coefficientsâ€¦Â (More)

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2005

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2005

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An important problem in multilevel modeling is what constitutes a sufficient sample size for accurate estimation. In multilevelâ€¦Â (More)

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2005

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2005

- MIS Quarterly
- 2005

To better explain resistance to information technology implementation, we used a multilevel, longitudinal approach. We firstâ€¦Â (More)

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2002

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2002

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The purpose of this series is to present methodological techniques to investigators and students from all functional areas ofâ€¦Â (More)

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2002

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2002

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In multilevel modelling, the residual variation in a response variable is split into component parts that are attributed toâ€¦Â (More)

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2000

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2000

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Although interest in multilevel organizational theory, research, and methods has been on the rise in recent years, vigorousâ€¦Â (More)

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1998

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1998

- 1998

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