Introduction to Zero Inflated Models
This is the final webinar in the Conducting Non-Continuous Regression Model four-part webinar series. Zero-inflated regression models are commonly used in the analysis of count data with an overabundance of zeros. These models combine Poisson and logistic models to handle the count data and the overabundance of zeros simultaneously. Examples include the number of visits a family makes to the therapist, or the number of risky behaviors of an adolescent. A fictional dataset will be provided for attendees to practice the skills taught.
Overall, attendees will leave this webinar with the ability to:
- Explain the fundamentals of zero inflated models
- Describe the use of zero inflated models in family science research
- Perform zero inflated models in statistical software
- Interpret the results of a zero inflated models
Approved for 1.5 hours of CFLE continuing education credit.
This is the final part of a 4-part series on Conducting Non-Continuous Regression Models. View series details. Register for the whole series and save!
About the Presenter
Isaac Washburn, Ph.D., is a professor and department chair of the Biobehavioral Health Sciences in the College of Nursing at the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center as well as the Fran and Earl Ziegler Endowed Chair. He received his Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Science from Oregon State University with an emphasis in quantitative methods. In addition to regularly teaching classes in advanced statistical modeling and methods, Dr. Washburn has been working on federally funded grants for over fifteen years. Dr. Washburn has regularly taught workshops on a variety of methods ranging from SEM, to missing data, to survival analysis. Dr. Washburn is the Chair-Elect of the Research and Theory section of NCFR and will serve as the section chair Nov. 2023 to Nov. 2025. He has also co-chaired (twice) the Theory Construction and Research Methods (TCRM) preconference at the annual NCFR conference.
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