Multiple Indicator Stationary Time Series Models
Abbreviated Journal Title
Struct. Equ. Modeling
PANEL; Mathematics, Interdisciplinary Applications; Social Sciences, ; Mathematical Methods
This article is intended to complement previous research (Sivo, 1997; Sivo & Willson, 1998, in press) by discussing the propriety and practical advantages of specifying multivariate time series models in the context of structural equation modeling for time series and longitudinal panel data. Three practical considerations motivated this article. Unlike Marsh (1993), Sivo and Willson (2000) did not offer multiple indicator (latent order) equivalents to their autoregressive (AR), moving average (MA), and autoregressive-moving average (ARMA) models. Moreover, such models have yet to be discussed, despite Marsh's (1993) advocacy for multiple indicator models in general. Further motivating multiple indicator extensions of the AR, MA, and ARMA equivalent models is the fact that longitudinal studies often collect data on more than 1 related variable per occasion. Such multiple indicator models capitalize on 1 of the chief analytical advantages of structural equation modeling in that measurement error may be estimated directly.
Structural Equation Modeling-a Multidisciplinary Journal
"Multiple Indicator Stationary Time Series Models" (2001). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 2953.