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Research Strategies in the Social SciencesA Guide to New Approaches$
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Elinor Scarbrough and Eric Tanenbaum

Print publication date: 1998

Print ISBN-13: 9780198292371

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0198292376.001.0001

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Linear Structural Equation Models

Linear Structural Equation Models

(p.53) 4 Linear Structural Equation Models
Research Strategies in the Social Sciences

Steffen Kühnel

Oxford University Press

Extending the regression model to path analysis, in which all the variables are randomly distributed and treating the variances and co‐variances as exogenous variables. The worked example demonstrates the use of PRELIS, LISREL 8, and GLIM software, and how to interpret the resulting statistics.

Keywords:   exogeneity, GLIM, hypothesis specification, hypothesis testing, linear regression, path analysis

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