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Publications

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Current versions

Icon: External-website Steyer. R. & Nagel, W. (2017). Probability and conditional expectation: Fundamentals for the empirical sciences. Chichester: Wiley.
  Errata to Probability and Conditional Expectation: Fundamentals for the Empirical Sciences. Chichester: Wiley.
  Videos and courses to the book: 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: 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.


EffectLiteR

  Flunger, B., Mayer, A., & Umbach, N. (in press). Beneficial for some or for everyone? Student characteristics as moderators of an autonomy-supportive intervention in the classroom. Journal of Educational Psychology.
  Holtforth, M.G., Wilm, K., Beyermann, S., Rhode, A., Trost, S., & Steyer, R. Differential change in integrative psychotherapy: a re-analysis of a change-factor based RCT in a naturalistic setting. Psychotherapy Research, 21, 631-643.
  Karing, C. & Beelmann, A. (2016). Implementation und Evaluation eines multimodalen Stressbewältigungstrainings bei Lehramtsstudierenden. Zeitschrift für Gesundheitspsychologie, 24(2), 89-101
  Kirchmann, H., Steyer, R., Mayer, A., Joraschky, P., Schreiber-Willnow, K., & Strauss, B. (2011). Effects of adult inpatient group psychotherapy on attachment characteristics: An observational study comparing routine care to an untreated comparison group. Psychotherapy Research, 22(1), 95-114.
  Kirchmann, H., & Steyer, R. (2012). Evaluation von Behandlungseffekten in quasi-experimentellen Studien. PPmP-Psychotherapie - Psychosomatik - Medizinische Psychologie, 62, 149-151.
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.
  Mayer, A., Nagengast, B., Fletcher, J., & Steyer, R. (2014). Analyzing average and conditional effects with multigroup multilevel structural equation models. Frontiers in Quantitative Psychology and Measurement, 5.
  Mayer, A., Umbach, N., Flunger, B., & Kelava, A. (2017). Effect analysis using non-linear structural equation mixture modeling. Structural Equation Modeling, 24, 556-570.
  Müller, B., Mayer, A., Richter, T., Križan, A., Hecht, T., & Ennemoser, M. (2015). Differential effects of reading trainings on reading processes: A comparison in Grade 2. Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft, 18, 489-512.