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Icon: External-website Steyer. R. & Nagel, W. (2017). Probability and conditional expectation: Fundamentals for the empirical sciences. Chichester: Wiley.
Icon: Adobe PDF Steyer, R. (2017; in preparation). Probability and Causality. Volume I. Total Effects of a Discrete Cause. Book in preparation.


Articles

Icon: External-website Mayer, A., Dietzfelbinger, L., Rosseel, Y., & Steyer, R. (2016). The EffectLiteR approach for analyzing average and conditional effects. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 51, 374-391.
Icon: Icon: WinZip Mayer, A., Thoemmes, F., Rose, N., Steyer, R., & West, S. G. (2014). Theory and analysis of total, direct and indirect causal effects. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 49, 425-442.
(Online appendix, data generation, dataset, Mplus (Muthén & Muthén, 1998-2012) & lavaan (Rosseel, 2012) input files to this article)
Icon: Adobe PDF Steyer, R. (2005). Analyzing individual and average causal effects via structural equation models. Methodology, 1(1), 39-54.
Icon: Adobe PDF Steyer, R., Nachtigall, C., Wüthrich-Martone, O. & Kraus, K. (2002). Causal regression models III: covariates, conditional and unconditional average causal effects. Methods of Psychological Research-Online, 7, 1, 41-68.
Icon: Adobe PDF Steyer, R., Gabler, S., von Davier, A. & Nachtigall, C. (2000b) Causal regression models II: unconfoundedness and causal unbiasedness. Methods of Psychological Research-Online, 5, 3, 55-86.
Icon: Adobe PDF Steyer, R., Gabler, S., von Davier, A., Nachtigall, C. & Buhl, T. (2000a) Causal regression models I: individual and average causal effects. Methods of Psychological Research-Online, 5, 2, 39-71.