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Evaluating interventions with multimethod data: A structural equation modeling approach

A presentation of the structural equation modeling approach to the analysis of multimethod evaluation data that includes a discussion of its key advantages, and an example of its use from a reanalysis of program impact evaluation data on preschooler prosocial and relational aggression involving 659 children in the Augsburg Longitudinal Study for the Evaluation of the Prevention Program Papilio (ALEPP)
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