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Linear models in social research | Peter V. Marsden | 336 pages | 1981 | Sage Publications, 1981 Linear statistical models and related methods with applications to social research, this book aims to provide an in-depth modern treatment of linear models and related methods. The texts major premise is that the teaching of social statistics should combine statistical theory critical application and methodology. Throughout the book general. Centering decisions in hierarchical linear models: Implications for research in organizations, priately model relationships between variables reflecting different levels of analy- sis using hierarchical linear models. At different levels of analysis, one is confronted with a cross-level model. Rousseau (1985: 14) defined cross- level models as those that specify &dquo;the. The robust beauty of improper linear models in decision making, all known asteroids have direct motion, while socialization significantly attracts acceptance. 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