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    Book for HLM




    Hi everyone.

    Can anyone recommend a good book for studying HLM?

    Thanks for any help!

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    Re: Book for HLM

    Shachar,


    Are you referring to multi-level models for repeated measures or clusters?


    or


    Longitudinal or panel data?
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    Re: Book for HLM

    Hi hlsmith

    I'm referring to the multi level models.

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    Re: Book for HLM

    I haven't read it but I always hear good things about the Andrew Gelman and Jennifer Hill book.


    I have read and liked the Multillevel Models: Application with SAS by Jichaun Wang, et al.


    I think others have recommended this book: https://www.amazon.com/Multilevel-An.../dp/184920201X
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    Re: Book for HLM

    Thank you! I'll look them up.

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    Re: Book for HLM


    I'm relatively new to multilevel modeling and I've been reading everything I can get my hands on. If you are new to multilevel modeling I really recommend Applied Multilevel Analysis by Jos Twisk to understand the basic concept. It's extremely clearly written and has been a big help.

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