Stewart Biological Sciences Bldg.
Room N7/7, 514-398-6109
hsiu-ting.yu at mcgill.ca
Professor Yu’s general research interests are methodological aspects of analyzing data collected in psychological and educational research. Her primary research interest focuses on the development and application of quantitative methods for analyzing multilevel longitudinal discrete data. She is especially interested in unifying the methodology of latent class modeling, latent Markov modeling and multilevel modeling to measure and study changes.
Yu, H.-T. (2015). A Typological and Probabilistic Approach for Exploring Cross-Cultural Differences: Two-Level Latent Class Models. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 46, 3–18.
Yu, H.-T., & Park, J. (2014). Deciding the number of latent classes simultaneously at two levels in multilevel latent class models. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 49, 232–244.
Yu, H.-T. (2013). Models with discrete latent variables for analysis of categorical data: A framework and a MATLAB MDLV toolbox. Behavioral Research Methods, 45, 1036–1047. DOI: 10.3758/s13428-013-0335-0
Yu, H.-T., & de Rooij, M. (2013). Model selection for the trend vector model. Journal of Classification, 30, 338–369. DOI: 10.1007/s00357-013-9138-3
Updated: February 2015
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