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SIG Webinar Series: Special Topics in Meta-Analysis

In this talk, I will contrast univariate MASEM to multivariate MASEM. I will show that although univariate MASEM is the default MASEM method in for example organizational psychology, results obtained from univariate MASEM cannot be trusted. We will be using the webMASEM online application.

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SIG Webinar Series: Special Topics in Meta-Analysis

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Dec 17, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CST

Webinar

About the event

Please join us for a spirited discussion on special topics in meta-analysis. We are excited to provide you with a group of speakers who possess a wealth of evidence synthesis expertise and experience:

Webinar #1: Missing Covariates in Meta-Regression - Considerations and Implications

Speaker(s): Jacob Schauer, Terri Pigott, Jihyun Lee, and Karina Diaz

Webinar #2: Modeling Statistical Artefacts in Meta-Analysis

Speaker(s): Brenton Wiernek

Webinar #3: One-Stage Meta-Analytic Structural Equation Modeling (MASEM)

Speaker(s): Suzanne Jak

Webinar #4: Implications of Open Science for Research Syntheses in Education

Speaker(s): Erika Patall

Webinar #5: Model-Building with Complex Meta-Regression: Strategeis and Considerations

Speaker(s): Ryan Williams

Webinar #6:  Using Multi-level Modeling for Meta-Analyzing Single-Design Reserach

Speaker(s): Mariola Moeyaert

Webinar #7: TBD

Speaker(s): Maya Mathur

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