Follow
James P. Selig
James P. Selig
Associate Professor of Biostatistics
Verified email at uams.edu - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Advantages of Monte Carlo confidence intervals for indirect effects
KJ Preacher, JP Selig
Communication Methods and Measures 6 (2), 77-98, 2012
12942012
Monte Carlo method for assessing mediation: An interactive tool for creating confidence intervals for indirect effects [Computer software]
JP Selig, KJ Preacher
9452008
Mediation models for longitudinal data in developmental research
JP Selig, KJ Preacher
Research in human development 6 (2-3), 144-164, 2009
7532009
Autoregressive and cross-lagged panel analysis for longitudinal data
JP Selig, TD Little
Handbook of developmental research methods, 265-278, 2012
6902012
New developments in latent variable panel analyses of longitudinal data
TD Little, KJ Preacher, JP Selig, NA Card
International journal of behavioral development 31 (4), 357-365, 2007
6572007
A meta-analysis of the efficacy of teaching mathematics with concrete manipulatives.
KJ Carbonneau, SC Marley, JP Selig
Journal of Educational Psychology 105 (2), 380, 2013
5502013
Monte Carlo method for assessing mediation: An interactive tool for creating confidence intervals for indirect effects
JP Selig, KJ Preacher
Computer software]. Retrieved from http://quantpsy. org, 2008
4262008
Effects of the Student Success Skills program on executive functioning skills, feelings of connectedness, and academic achievement in a predominantly Hispanic, low‐income …
ME Lemberger, JP Selig, H Bowers, JE Rogers
Journal of Counseling & Development 93 (1), 25-37, 2015
1242015
Monte Carlo method for assessing multilevel mediation: An interactive tool for creating confidence intervals for indirect effects in 1-1-1 multilevel models [Computer software]
KJ Preacher, JP Selig
1192010
Latent variable structural equation modeling in cross-cultural research: Multigroup and multilevel approaches
JP Selig, NA Card, TD Little
Multilevel analysis of individuals and cultures, 93-119, 2015
1162015
COVID‐19 vaccine hesitancy: Race/ethnicity, trust, and fear
DE Willis, JA Andersen, K Bryant‐Moore, JP Selig, CR Long, HC Felix, ...
Clinical and translational science 14 (6), 2200-2207, 2021
942021
Modeling time-dependent association in longitudinal data: A lag as moderator approach
JP Selig, KJ Preacher, TD Little
Multivariate Behavioral Research 47 (5), 697-716, 2012
872012
Confirmatory factor analysis of a family quality of life scale for families of kindergarten children without disabilities
NI Zuna, JP Selig, JA Summers, AP Turnbull
Journal of Early Intervention 31 (2), 111-125, 2009
842009
Modeling dyadic and interdependent data in the developmental and behavioral sciences
NA Card, JP Selig, T Little
Routledge, 2011
77*2011
A typological approach to the study of parenting: Associations between maternal parenting patterns and child behaviour and social reception
KA McNamara, JP Selig, PH Hawley
Early Child Development and Care 180 (9), 1185-1202, 2010
692010
Advantages of Monte Carlo confidence intervals for indirect effects. Communication Methods and Measures, 6 (2), 77-98
KJ Preacher, JP Selig
682012
Handbook of developmental research methods
JP Selig, TD Little, B Laursen, NA Card
New York, NY: Guilford.[Google Scholar], 2012
672012
Evaluating special educator effectiveness: Addressing issues inherent to value-added modeling
TD Steinbrecher, JP Selig, J Cosbey, BI Thorstensen
Exceptional Children 80 (3), 323-336, 2014
502014
Longitudinal data analysis
W Wu, JP Selig, TD Little
Oxford handbook of quantitative methods 2, 387-410, 2013
482013
Package ‘semTools’
TD Jorgensen, S Pornprasertmanit, AM Schoemann, Y Rosseel, P Miller, ...
47*2016
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20