James P. Selig, Ph.D.

2009 Psychology University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
General Psychology
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Todd D. Little grad student 2009 University of Kansas
 (Where has the time gone? The role of time lags in models for longitudinal data.)
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Coulombe P, Selig JP, Delaney HD. (2016) Ignoring individual differences in times of assessment in growth curve modeling International Journal of Behavioral Development. 40: 76-86
Lemberger ME, Selig JP, Bowers H, et al. (2015) Effects of the student success skills program on executive functioning skills, feelings of connectedness, and academic achievement in a predominantly hispanic, low-income middle school district Journal of Counseling and Development. 93: 25-37
Goodrich KM, Selig JP, Crofts G. (2014) An examination of the heterosexism scale. Journal of Homosexuality. 61: 1378-92
Steinbrecher TD, Selig JP, Cosbey J, et al. (2014) Evaluating special educator effectiveness: Addressing issues inherent to value- added modeling Exceptional Children. 80: 323-336
Garg V, Raisch DW, Selig JP, et al. (2013) Health disparities in clinical practice patterns for prostate cancer screening by geographic regions in the United States: a multilevel modeling analysis. Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases. 16: 193-203
Carbonneau KJ, Marley SC, Selig JP. (2013) A meta-analysis of the efficacy of teaching mathematics with concrete manipulatives Journal of Educational Psychology. 105: 380-400
Qi CH, Stanton-Chapman T, Selig JP. (2013) Potential language delays and behavior problems in hispanic preschool children of english-speaking backgrounds Preschool Children: Education, Language, Social Functioning and Behavioral Issues. 3-18
Selig JP, Preacher KJ, Little TD. (2012) Modeling Time-Dependent Association in Longitudinal Data: A Lag as Moderator Approach. Multivariate Behavioral Research. 47: 697-716
Goodrich KM, Selig JP, Trahan DP. (2012) The self-report family inventory: An exploratory factor analysis Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development. 45: 245-256
Preacher KJ, Selig JP. (2012) Advantages of Monte Carlo Confidence Intervals for Indirect Effects Communication Methods and Measures. 6: 77-98
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