Other Longitudinal Models

Our emphasis has been on several of the more common new longitudinal models for stability and change using continuous latent variables. New models for other forms of data have also been developed. Space considerations did not permit us to consider longitudinal modeling of discrete latent classes (Langeheine, 1994; Lanza, Flaherty, & Collins, 2003), combinations of continuous and discrete latent variables (Muthen, in press), longitudinal models for single subjects (Browne & Zhang, in press; West & Hepworth, 1991), or the linear logistic model with relaxed assumptions for measuring change (Fischer & Formann, 1982).

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