News and Updates


How do you choose the best longitudinal data analytic method for testing your research questions?

April 2, 2019

We have worked with statistical models for longitudinal data for more than two decades and this remains a vexing question to us both. There are so many modeling options from which to choose that it is often overwhelming to know which statistical method to use when. This is further complicated by the ongoing refinement of…

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Announcing Minimal-Cost Introduction to Multilevel Modeling Workshop for Graduate Students

December 15, 2018

At Curran-Bauer Analytics, we have long been committed to providing broad access to high-quality training opportunities for students in the social, behavioral and health sciences. We are thus very excited to announce a new three-day workshop, Introduction to Multilevel Modeling for Graduate Students, to be held in Chapel Hill, NC on May 29-31, 2019, at steeply reduced…

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2019 Summer Workshops

August 28, 2018

We’re pleased to announce our summer workshop schedule for 2019: May 13-17: Structural Equation Modeling May 20-24: Longitudinal Structural Equation Modeling June 3-7: Network Analysis June 10-14: Latent Class/Cluster Analysis and Mixture Modeling June 24-28: Multilevel Modeling New this year: We have expanded Network Analysis from three to five days to allow more in-depth coverage, we now provide live demonstrations…

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Dan Bauer Receives Teaching Award from the American Psychological Association

February 10, 2018

Curran-Bauer Analytics is pleased to announce that Dan has been honored with another teaching award in recognition of his exceptional teaching and mentoring skills. Dan was selected to receive the 2018 Jacob Cohen Award for Distinguished Teaching and Mentoring by the American Psychological Association, Division 5 (Quantitative and Qualitative Methods). He will be recognized at…

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Summer Workshop Schedule for 2018

October 10, 2017

We are pleased to announce our workshop schedule for this summer: May 9-11: Network Analysis May 21-25: Multilevel Modeling June 4-8: Latent Class/Cluster Analysis and Mixture Modeling June 18-22: Structural Equation Modeling June 25-29: Longitudinal Structural Equation Modeling   This year, we will be holding all workshops at the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Hampton Inn & Suites,…

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Summer Workshop Schedule

October 18, 2016

We’re pleased to announce our expanded summer workshop schedule for 2017: May 15 — May 19: Structural Equation Modeling May 22 — May 26: Longitudinal Structural Equation Modeling — Now offering Stata demonstrations May 31 — June 2: Network Analysis — New this year June 5 — June 9: Multilevel Modeling June 12 — June…

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Introduction to Growth Curve Modeling

April 19, 2016

We are pleased to make available a number of materials related to a workshop titled Introduction to Growth Curve Modeling: An Overview and Recommendations for Practice that Curran-Bauer Analytics conducted at the biennial convention of the Society for Research on Adolescence on April 3rd, 2016. We have posted a copy of the slides from the…

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Introductory Quantitative Training Opportunities at the APS Convention in Chicago

February 25, 2016

We’re often asked if there are resources that offer brief introductions to various methodological techniques that can help determine if a particular methodology might be of use in a given research application. One excellent source of introductory workshops is available through the Annual Convention for the Association for Psychological Science (APS). The 2016 APS convention…

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Summer Workshop Schedule

December 18, 2015

We’re pleased to announce our summer workshop schedule: May 23-27: Structural Equation Modeling June 6-10: Longitudinal Structural Equation Modeling June 13-17: Cluster Analysis and Mixture Modeling June 20-24: Multilevel Modeling

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New Workshops at Curran-Bauer Analytics

December 15, 2015

We’re pleased to announce the addition of two new workshops to our summer line up: Longitudinal Structural Equation Modeling and Cluster Analysis and Mixture Modeling Longitudinal Structural Equation Modeling is an extension of our prior three-day course on latent curve modeling. In response to requests from participants, we’ve expanded this course into a full five-day…

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