Department of Sociology
 Department of Sociology

Pamela Paxton


Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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SOC 385L • Socl Stat: Lin Mod/Strc Eq Sys

45125 • Spring 2015
Meets M 300pm-430pm CLA 2.606

Description:

Linear regression and related models are routinely used in social scientific research.  This course provides an introduction to this class of models.  It will cover functional form, interactions, diagnostic techniques, and violations of the regression assumptions.  Later sections of the course will cover multi-equation systems including recursive and nonrecursive systems.  Analysis with limited dependent variables will also be introduced.  The course will emphasize the methods behind the procedures, practical experience with the techniques, and the interpretation of results.  

SOC 385L • Socl Stat: Lin Mod/Strc Eq Sys

46555 • Spring 2014
Meets MW 300pm-430pm CLA 1.404

Description:

Linear regression and related models are routinely used in social scientific research.  This course provides an introduction to this class of models.  It will cover functional form, interactions, diagnostic techniques, and violations of the regression assumptions.  Later sections of the course will cover multi-equation systems including recursive and nonrecursive systems.  Analysis with limited dependent variables will also be introduced.  The course will emphasize the methods behind the procedures, practical experience with the techniques, and the interpretation of results.  

SOC 385L • Socl Stat: Lin Mod/Strc Eq Sys

45910 • Spring 2013
Meets MW 300pm-430pm CLA 1.404

Linear regression and related models are routinely used in social scientific research.  This course provides an introduction to this class of models.  It will cover functional form, interactions, diagnostic techniques, and violations of the regression assumptions.  Later sections of the course will cover multi-equation systems including recursive and nonrecursive systems.  Analysis with limited dependent variables will also be introduced.  The course will emphasize the methods behind the procedures, practical experience with the techniques, and the interpretation of results.  

SOC 385L • Socl Stat: Lin Mod/Strc Eq Sys

45695 • Spring 2012
Meets MW 300pm-430pm BUR 136

Linear regression and related models are routinely used in social scientific research.  This course provides an introduction to this class of models.  It will cover functional form, interactions, diagnostic techniques, and violations of the regression assumptions.  Later sections of the course will cover multi-equation systems including recursive and nonrecursive systems.  Analysis with limited dependent variables will also be introduced.  The course will emphasize the methods behind the procedures, practical experience with the techniques, and the interpretation of results.  

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