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1. INTRODUCTION
Purpose of This Book
Software and Syntax
Organization of the Chapters
2. CONTEXT:EARLY CHILDHOOD LONGITUDINAL STUDY
Overview of the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study
Practical Relevance of Ordinal Outcomes
Variables in the Models
3. BACKGROUND:LOGISTIC REGRESSION
Overview of Logistic Regression
Assessing Model Fit
Interpreting the Model
Measures of Association
EXAMPLE3.1:Logistic Regression
Comparing Results Across Statistical Programs
Overview of the Cumulative Odds Model
Assumption of Proportional Odds and Linearity in the Logit
Classification Table for Full CO Model, N =3,365
Alternatives to the Cumulative Odds Model
EXAMPLE4.3:Partial Proportional Odds
5. THE CONTINUATION RATIO MODEL
Overview of the Continuation Ratio Model
Probabilities of Interest
Choice of Link and Equivalence of Two Clog-Log Models
Choice of Approach for Continuation Ratio Models
EXAMPLE 6.1: Gender-Only Model
Intercepts for the J −1 =5 AC Response Functions
*j) Conditional AC Probabilities
Adjacent Category Binary Logits for the Full Models
7. CONCLUSION
Considerations for Further Study
NOTES
APPENDIX A:CHAPTER 3
APPENDIX B:CHAPTER 4
APPENDIX C:CHAPTER 5
APPENDIX D:CHAPTER 6
REFERENCES
INDEX
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