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      The separation of between-person and within-person components of individual change over time: a latent curve model with structured residuals.

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          Although recent statistical and computational developments allow for the empirical testing of psychological theories in ways not previously possible, one particularly vexing challenge remains: how to optimally model the prospective, reciprocal relations between 2 constructs as they developmentally unfold over time. Several analytic methods currently exist that attempt to model these types of relations, and each approach is successful to varying degrees. However, none provide the unambiguous separation over time of between-person and within-person components of stability and change, components that are often hypothesized to exist in the psychological sciences. Our goal in this article is to propose and demonstrate a novel extension of the multivariate latent curve model to allow for the disaggregation of these effects.

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          Journal
          J Consult Clin Psychol
          Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
          American Psychological Association (APA)
          1939-2117
          0022-006X
          Oct 2014
          : 82
          : 5
          Affiliations
          [1 ] Department of Psychology.
          [2 ] Department of Psychology, Carleton University.
          Article
          2013-44751-001 NIHMS556128
          10.1037/a0035297
          4067471
          24364798
          965cf6db-b135-4f24-82cc-d7fce764cd70
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