Mixed modeling is rarely, if ever, covered in even upper-level statistics courses.Trying to learn it on your own is like prepping to perform your own appendectomy — and just about as painful...
But there IS an easier path to learning mixed models, one that researchers without a Ph.D. in statistics can understand. In this free, one-hour webinar, “Random Intercept and Random Slope Models: Introduction to Mixed Models,” I provide a clear explanation for getting past the equations, math, and confusion that comes with mixed models as we introduce and demonstrate two of the core concepts of mixed modeling. You'll learn:
● How Random Intercepts control for the correlation among responses from the same individual
● How a Random Intercept is not much different from adding a fixed effect to a model
● Why a Random Slope doesn't work in many designs
● And more!