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A critique of the cross-lagged panel model.
EL Hamaker, RM Kuiper, RPPP Grasman
Psychological methods 20 (1), 102, 2015
16172015
Why researchers should think" within-person": A paradigmatic rationale.
EL Hamaker
The Guilford Press, 2012
5712012
Dynamic structural equation models
T Asparouhov, EL Hamaker, B Muthén
Structural Equation Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal 25 (3), 359-388, 2018
4092018
Statistical modeling of the individual: Rationale and application of multivariate stationary time series analysis
EL Hamaker, CV Dolan, PCM Molenaar
Multivariate behavioral research 40 (2), 207-233, 2005
2602005
The integrated trait–state model
EL Hamaker, JR Nesselroade, PCM Molenaar
Journal of research in personality 41 (2), 295-315, 2007
2552007
No time like the present: Discovering the hidden dynamics in intensive longitudinal data
EL Hamaker, M Wichers
Current Directions in Psychological Science 26 (1), 10-15, 2017
2522017
At the frontiers of modeling intensive longitudinal data: Dynamic structural equation models for the affective measurements from the COGITO study
EL Hamaker, T Asparouhov, A Brose, F Schmiedek, B Muthén
Multivariate Behavioral Research 53 (6), 820-841, 2018
2352018
How to compare cross-lagged associations in a multilevel autoregressive model.
NK Schuurman, E Ferrer, M de Boer-Sonnenschein, EL Hamaker
Psychological methods 21 (2), 206, 2016
2052016
Investigating inter-individual differences in short-term intra-individual variability.
LP Wang, E Hamaker, CS Bergeman
Psychological methods 17 (4), 567, 2012
1832012
A unified framework of longitudinal models to examine reciprocal relations.
S Usami, K Murayama, EL Hamaker
Psychological methods 24 (5), 637, 2019
1702019
Three extensions of the random intercept cross-lagged panel model
JD Mulder, EL Hamaker
Structural Equation Modeling, 2020
1562020
A primer on two-level dynamic structural equation models for intensive longitudinal data in Mplus.
D McNeish, EL Hamaker
Psychological methods 25 (5), 610, 2020
1542020
From data to causes I: Building a general cross-lagged panel model (GCLM)
MJ Zyphur, PD Allison, L Tay, MC Voelkle, KJ Preacher, Z Zhang, ...
Organizational Research Methods 23 (4), 651-687, 2020
1362020
Modeling affect dynamics: State of the art and future challenges
EL Hamaker, E Ceulemans, R Grasman, F Tuerlinckx
Emotion Review 7 (4), 316-322, 2015
1302015
Changing dynamics: Time-varying autoregressive models using generalized additive modeling.
LF Bringmann, EL Hamaker, DE Vigo, A Aubert, D Borsboom, ...
Psychological methods 22 (3), 409, 2017
1232017
To center or not to center? Investigating inertia with a multilevel autoregressive model
EL Hamaker, RPPP Grasman
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1492, 2015
1092015
The fixed versus random effects debate and how it relates to centering in multilevel modeling.
EL Hamaker, B Muthén
Psychological methods 25 (3), 365, 2020
1072020
Equivalence and differences between structural equation modeling and state-space modeling techniques
SM Chow, MR Ho, EL Hamaker, CV Dolan
Structural Equation Modeling 17 (2), 303-332, 2010
1032010
Investigating spousal influence using moment-to-moment affect data from marital conflict.
TM Madhyastha, EL Hamaker, JM Gottman
Journal of Family Psychology 25 (2), 292, 2011
982011
A multilevel AR (1) model: Allowing for inter-individual differences in trait-scores, inertia, and innovation variance
J Jongerling, JP Laurenceau, EL Hamaker
Multivariate behavioral research 50 (3), 334-349, 2015
952015
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