Monthly Archives: January 2013

Data Analysis using SEM and APIM techniques

Simon Hunter gave a talk recently at the University of Edinburgh, UK, concerning the way that we have analysed data from the project. His (quite technical, but nonetheless accessible) talk has been uploaded as a video lecture by the Applied … Continue reading

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Data Analysis

A quick update on our progress, post-data collection. We are now in the throes of data analysis, using a program called Amos to model the data, and the relationships between the constructs that we measured. The model below shows that … Continue reading

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DECP Conference, 2013

Yesterday, Sian Jones presented a talk on our research methods at the BPS Division for Educational and Child Psychology Annual Conference, 2013. The abstract of her talk, and a link to the presentation are below. “I’m Being Called Names and … Continue reading

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