Robert Cudeck

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Psychology Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
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Psychometrics Psychology
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Sarnoff Mednick grad student 1980 USC
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Codd CL, Cudeck R. (2014) Nonlinear random-effects mixture models for repeated measures. Psychometrika. 79: 60-83
Gaffney TW, Cudeck R, Ferrer E, et al. (2010) On the factor structure of standardized educational achievement tests. Journal of Applied Measurement. 11: 384-408
Cudeck R, Harring JR, du Toit SHC. (2009) Marginal maximum likelihood estimation of a latent variable model with interaction Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics. 34: 131-144
Du Toit SHC, Cudeck R. (2009) Estimation of the nonlinear random coefficient model when some random effects are separable Psychometrika. 74: 65-82
Cudeck R, Harring JR. (2007) Analysis of nonlinear patterns of change with random coefficient models. Annual Review of Psychology. 58: 615-37
Harring JR, Cudeck R, du Toit SH. (2006) Fitting Partially Nonlinear Random Coefficient Models as SEMs. Multivariate Behavioral Research. 41: 579-96
Stigler MH, Perry CL, Komro KA, et al. (2006) Teasing apart a multiple component approach to adolescent alcohol prevention: what worked in Project Northland? Prevention Science : the Official Journal of the Society For Prevention Research. 7: 269-80
Cudeck R. (2005) Fitting psychometric models with methods based on automatic differentiation Psychometrika. 70: 599-617
Cudeck R, Henly SJ. (2003) A realistic perspective on pattern representation in growth data: comment on Bauer and Curran (2003). Psychological Methods. 8: 378-83; discussion 3
Detert JR, Schroeder RG, Cudeck R. (2003) The measurement of quality management culture in schools: Development and validation of the SQMCS Journal of Operations Management. 21: 307-328
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