Hierarchical Linear Modeling
Guide and Applications
- G. David Garson - North Carolina State University, USA
"The book covers the three most widely accessible statistical programs for multilevel modeling rather than just focusing on one. It will be an excellent tool for researchers who are beginning to learn multilevel modeling as well as a great resource for experienced researchers who want to learn a different statistical program for multilevel models.”
“This books covers the usage and outputs of the three main statistical packages for the application of HLM, and the intelligent use of the examples help explain both the conceptual framework of HLM and its basic individual applications.”
I enjoyed the book but the examples were beyond most of my students capabilities. I will consider this for a future more advanced course.
The text is well written and comprehensive. My students found the textbook to be accessible and the descriptions full and useful.
too advanced for the undergraduate course I taught
Recommends to graduate students who need to learn about nested designs.
Won't work as a text for an HLM course at the MS level.