Dyadic Longitudinal Data Analysis Workshop
Amie Gordon and Kate Thorson offer a 4-day virtual workshop focused on understanding and analyzing dyadic longitudinal data. The goal is to provide attendees with a strong set of fundamentals that allows them to confidently approach basic dyadic longitudinal data analysis.
The workshop is offered through The Pittsburgh Summer Methodology Series. The 2023 workshop has concluded; please let us know here if you would like to receive information about the 2024 workshop once it is available.
Resources for Dyadic and Multilevel Modeling
Slides: An Introduction to Dyadic Methods
These slides provide a brief introduction to dyadic methods. They were presented by Dr. Gordon at the University of Michigan Psychology Department’s Method Hour in October 2021. In the 40 minute talk, she covered what dyadic methods are, some benefits of collecting dyadic data, conceptual models (including introductions to the Actor-Partner Interdependence Model, Common Fate Model, and Dyadic Response Surface Analysis), distinguishability, dyadic repeated measures, and statistical issues to be aware of when analyzing dyadic data.
You can also view the recording of the talk here.
Slides: Multilevel Modeling Workshop, Oct. 2019
These slides offer an in-depth guide to multilevel modeling. They were presented by Dr. Gordon in a workshop at the University of Toronto in October of 2019. Click on the photo on the left to access the PDF.