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Appendix B: Further Readings

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  31 July 2009

Jacques A. Hagenaars
Affiliation:
Universiteit van Tilburg, The Netherlands
Allan L. McCutcheon
Affiliation:
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
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This appendix lists a number of books, chapters, and articles that may prove useful to those who wish to learn more about latent class analysis. Although the listing is by no means exhaustive, an effort has been made to include many of the most widely known sources. We have selected a set of general headings with which to separate the various works. Because several of the works can be classified under multiple topics, however, the reader is advised to consider works listed under headings other than that of his or her immediate interest. The bibliographies of the individual contributions are also an excellent source of additional readings on specific topics related to the latent class model.

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Print publication year: 2002

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