Multi-Study Methods for Building a Cumulative Psychological Science
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Articles in this issue
The Seemingly Quixotic Pursuit of a Cumulative Psychological Science: Introduction to the Special Issue
Curran, Patrick J.
Integrative Data Analysis: The Simultaneous Analysis of Multiple Data Sets
Curran, Patrick J.; Hussong, Andrea M.
Psychometric Approaches for Developing Commensurate Measures Across Independent Studies: Traditional and New Models
Bauer, Daniel J.; Hussong, Andrea M.
Modeling Life-Span Growth Curves of Cognition Using Longitudinal Data With Multiple Samples and Changing Scales of Measurement
McArdle, John J.; Grimm, Kevin J.; Hamagami, Fumiaki; Bowles, Ryan P.; Meredith, William
Integrative Data Analysis Through Coordination of Measurement and Analysis Protocol Across Independent Longitudinal Studies
Hofer, Scott M.; Piccinin, Andrea M.
The Relative Benefits of Meta-Analysis Conducted With Individual Participant Data Versus Aggregated Data
Cooper, Harris; Patall, Erika A.
Short and Long Views of Integrative Data Analysis: Comments on Contributions to the Special Issue
Shrout, Patrick E.