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|Chapter 1||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||Introduction to multilevel analysis|
|Chapter 2||Chap 2||Chap 2||Chap 2||Chap 2||Chap 2||The basic two-level regression model: introduction|
|Chapter 3||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||Estimation and hypothesis testing in multilevel regression|
|Chapter 4||Chap 4||Chap 4||Chap 4||Chap 4||Chap 4||Some important methodological and statistical issues|
|Chapter 5||Chap 5||Chap 5||Chap 5||Chap 5||Analyzing longitudinal data|
|Chapter 6||Chap 6||The logistic model for dichotomous data and proportions|
|Chapter 7||Chap 7||Chap 7||Chap 7||Chap 7||Chap 7||Cross-classified multilevel models|
|Chapter 8||Chap 8||Chap 8||Chap 8||Chap 8||The multilevel approach to meta-analysis|
|Chapter 9||Chap 9||Multivariate multilevel regression models|
|Chapter 10||Sample sizes and power analysis in multilevel regression|
|Chapter 11||Chap 11||Advanced methods for estimation and testing|
|Chapter 12||Multilevel factor models|
|Chapter 13||Multilevel path models|
|Chapter 14||Latent curve models|
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