Full announcement by Professor Harold Clarke:
I am very pleased to announce that the Spring 2011 Research Methods Course on LATENT CLASS MODELS will be taught by Professor Allan McCutcheon (please see bio sketch below). Latent class models are widely used to study heterogeneity in causal processes of interest to social scientists and market researchers. The course meets Thurs April 28th and Friday April 29th, 10 AM – 4 PM in Green 3.206.
If you have any questions, please contact me.
About Professor McCutcheon
Allan L. McCutcheon holds the Donald O. Clifton Chair of Survey Science, and is Professor of Statistics and Survey Research & Methodology at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln; he is also the founding Director of the Gallup Research Centre. He has taught workshops on categorical data analysis and public opinion polling at the ICPSR Summer Program at the University of Michigan; the Essex Summer School in the UK; the Central Archive for Empirical Social Research at the University of Cologne; the Central European University in Budapest; the Catholic University of Brussels and the Institute for Advanced Studies in Vienna. He is, with Jacques Hagenaars, co-editor of Applied Latent Class Analysis (Cambridge University Press. 2002), and author of Latent Class Analysis (Sage 1986). He has also published several articles applying log-linear and latent class models to substantive issues in social, political, and cross-cultural research. He is an elected fellow of the American Statistical Association and the Royal Statistical Society.