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Multi-level Meta-Analysis
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I have some meta-analytic data that I would like to analyze using multi-level techniques. In particular, teams are my focal level of analysis. I have individuals nested within these teams and some…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Wim Van den Noortgate Jan 29, 2014.

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Wim Van den Noortgate replied to Lauren D'Innocenzo's discussion Multi-level Meta-Analysis
"Hi James, below you see codes that simulate a three-level meta-analytic dataset. Observed effect sizes are simulated with an expected value of .50, a between-team variance of .05, a between study (within-team) variance of .15 and a sampling…"
Jan 29, 2014
James Lee replied to Lauren D'Innocenzo's discussion Multi-level Meta-Analysis
" Dear. Wim   I like to use the code you mentioned above. but i am not sure whether my data is fit for the analysis. Could you allow me any example file that i can practice with?"
Dec 21, 2013
Adam Hafdahl replied to Lauren D'Innocenzo's discussion Multi-level Meta-Analysis
"Building on references Wim, Mike, and Blair recommended, I'll take this opportunity to suggest how a person might find relevant methodological work about either using multilevel models for meta-analysis or meta-analyzing multilevel data -- two…"
Nov 8, 2012
Blair T. Johnson replied to Lauren D'Innocenzo's discussion Multi-level Meta-Analysis
"Apropos to this discussion, an article that Wim led: Behav Res Methods. 2012 Oct 9. [Epub ahead of print] Three-level meta-analysis of dependent effect sizes. Van den Noortgate W, López-López JA, Marín-Martínez F,…"
Nov 7, 2012
Lauren D'Innocenzo replied to David Bennett's discussion How to best test for moderators?
"I have a somewhat related question on testing moderators. I'm using the Lipsey & Wilson (2001) macros. Thanks, Blair! I'm wondering if there is any way to test for strength of moderators (i.e., if both are significant is one better…"
Oct 2, 2012
Lauren D'Innocenzo replied to Lauren D'Innocenzo's discussion Multi-level Meta-Analysis
"Thank you Wim and Mike. These are great suggestions and resources. I appreciate your help.  Best,  Lauren"
Jun 27, 2012
Mike Cheung replied to Lauren D'Innocenzo's discussion Multi-level Meta-Analysis
"Dear all,As a follow-up of Wim's suggestions, I would recommend Konstantopoulos (2011) that provides a detailed explanation on three-level meta-analysis.I have written an R package to conduct meta-analysis. One function is meta3() that conducts…"
Jun 23, 2012
Wim Van den Noortgate replied to Lauren D'Innocenzo's discussion Multi-level Meta-Analysis
"Dear Blair and Lauren, I am sorry for my late reaction. Excellent introductions to multilevel modelling, that all include a discussion of multilevel meta-analysis (two-level meta-analysis, but extensions to threelevel meta-analysis are…"
Jun 22, 2012
Blair T. Johnson replied to Lauren D'Innocenzo's discussion Multi-level Meta-Analysis
"Thank you, Wim! Another question for you: What is the current best source discussing such analyses? -Blair"
May 25, 2012
Wim Van den Noortgate replied to Lauren D'Innocenzo's discussion Multi-level Meta-Analysis
"Dear Lauren, while a fixed effect meta-analysis can be regarded as a one-level meta-analysis (there is only one source of variation: sampling variation, this is variation within studies due to sampling participants rather than studying the whole…"
May 24, 2012
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Multi-level Meta-Analysis

I have some meta-analytic data that I would like to analyze using multi-level techniques. In particular, teams are my focal level of analysis. I have individuals nested within these teams and some higher level influences as well (i.e., influences of external leaders). Specifically, I'd like to be able to look the influence of team functions (i.e., leadership, team processes) on both team performance and individual outcomes. Does anyone know of a macro for SPSS or a way to work through it HLM?…See More
May 9, 2012
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May 9, 2012
Lauren D'Innocenzo replied to Blair T. Johnson's discussion DSTAT 1.x (legacy version) in the group Software for Meta-Analysis
"Hi Blair,  The F value was actually 4.058981. I entered it as 6 zeros just to illustrate the place values. Sorry for the confusion! Best,  Lauren"
Mar 22, 2012
Lauren D'Innocenzo replied to Blair T. Johnson's discussion DSTAT 1.x (legacy version) in the group Software for Meta-Analysis
"Hi all, I came across an issue with DSTAT1.1 that I wanted to share. Under the F test command [Different (but related) F value to g], I entered an F value with 6 decimal places (.000000). When I came to the end of the sequence, instead of being…"
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