NCFR is pleased to partner with Dr. Áine Humble to offer her popular introductory MAXQDA workshop at the 2018 annual conference. Space is limited to 15 participants. Early registration recommended.
Mixture regression (a type of finite mixture model/latent class analysis) is a method to examine whether the relationships between independent and dependent variables differ for latent classes.
This workshop aims to promote awareness of and expertise in the IPUMS data archive. IPUMS consists of integrated census and survey data from the United States and around the world.
This session will focus on two topics: father-child relationship quality and father involvement models With multiple mothers.
This workshop will explore the art and science of creating theoretically sound mid-range models deductively, inductively, and abductively (combining deductive and inductive processes).
Established and emerging leaders in the family field have the opportunity to develop their leadership strengths during this all-day preconference workshop.
This symposium is designed for those who are considering starting a study abroad course or program as well as those who have significant experience with one.
This symposium, comprised of four distinct studies that utilize different methodological approaches, will highlight the complexity within ITV with implications for future research, as well as prevention and intervention efforts with IPV-exposed youth.
Opportunity for Section Executive Committee Officers to meet, network and exchange ideas. This is a meeting of NCFR Section executive committee officers only.