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Using structural equation modeling with forensic samples
Criminal Justice and Behavior (2007)
  • J. C. Meehan
  • Gregory Lyal Stuart
Abstract
Because of its many advantages, structural equation modeling (SEM) has been used with increasing frequency in behavioral science, and it is a set of techniques that can be useful in analyzing forensic research data. Issues in SEM, including theory, estimation method, sample size and data requirements, identification, and fit indices are discussed. Using a sample of data from men arrested for domestic violence perpetration and court referred to treatment, examples of path analysis, confirmatory factor analysis, and full structural models with latent variables are presented. doi: 10.1177/0093854807307026
Publication Date
December, 2007
Citation Information
J. C. Meehan and Gregory Lyal Stuart. "Using structural equation modeling with forensic samples" Criminal Justice and Behavior Vol. 34 Iss. 12 (2007)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/gregory_stuart/71/