Overview Of Methodological Approaches For Multimethod Research

The five distinctions presented so far influence the selection of the methodological approach most appropriate for examining a research question under consideration. Three classes of approaches will be dealt with in more detail in this handbook. They are either widely used traditional approaches or they provide a flexible modeling framework that can be used to model multimethod data with respect to the conceptual distinctions: (a) correlation and association methods, (b) latent variable models, and (c) models of analysis of variance, generalizability theory, and multilevel models.

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