Stephanie T. Lanza
Stephanie T. Lanza
Penn State Department of Biobehavioral Health; The Edna Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Center
Verified email at psu.edu
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Latent class and latent transition analysis: With applications in the social, behavioral, and health sciences
LM Collins, ST Lanza
John Wiley & Sons, 2009
29382009
Changes in children’s self‐competence and values: Gender and domain differences across grades one through twelve
JE Jacobs, S Lanza, DW Osgood, JS Eccles, A Wigfield
Child development 73 (2), 509-527, 2002
20892002
PROC LCA: A SAS procedure for latent class analysis
ST Lanza, LM Collins, DR Lemmon, JL Schafer
Structural equation modeling: a multidisciplinary journal 14 (4), 671-694, 2007
8282007
Latent class analysis: an alternative perspective on subgroup analysis in prevention and treatment
ST Lanza, BL Rhoades
Prevention Science 14 (2), 157-168, 2013
5742013
Latent class analysis with distal outcomes: A flexible model-based approach
ST Lanza, X Tan, BC Bray
Structural equation modeling: a multidisciplinary journal 20 (1), 1-26, 2013
4582013
Sensitivity and specificity of information criteria
JJ Dziak, DL Coffman, ST Lanza, R Li, LS Jermiin
Briefings in bioinformatics 21 (2), 553-565, 2020
3772020
Latent class and latent transition analysis
ST Lanza, BP Flaherty, LM Collins
Handbook of psychology, 663-685, 2003
3512003
Demographic and familial predictors of early executive function development: Contribution of a person-centered perspective
BL Rhoades, MT Greenberg, ST Lanza, C Blair
Journal of experimental child psychology 108 (3), 638-662, 2011
2932011
Proc LCA & Proc LTA users’ guide (Version 1.3. 2)
ST Lanza, JJ Dziak, L Huang, A Wagner, LM Collins
Penn State: University Park, PA: the Methodology Center, 2015
2352015
Predicting individual differences in attention, memory, and planning in first graders from experiences at home, child care, and school.
NICHD Early Child Care Research Network
Developmental psychology 41 (1), 99, 2005
2282005
A new SAS procedure for latent transition analysis: Transitions in dating and sexual risk behavior.
ST Lanza, LM Collins
Developmental psychology 44 (2), 446, 2008
2142008
Effect size, statistical power, and sample size requirements for the bootstrap likelihood ratio test in latent class analysis
JJ Dziak, ST Lanza, X Tan
Structural equation modeling: a multidisciplinary journal 21 (4), 534-552, 2014
2072014
Pubertal timing and the onset of substance use in females during early adolescence
ST Lanza, LM Collins
Prevention Science 3 (1), 69-82, 2002
1812002
Eliminating bias in classify-analyze approaches for latent class analysis
BC Bray, ST Lanza, X Tan
Structural equation modeling: a multidisciplinary journal 22 (1), 1-11, 2015
1732015
Modeling the interplay of multilevel risk factors for future academic and behavior problems: A person-centered approach
ST Lanza, BL Rhoades, RL Nix, MT Greenberg, ...
Development and psychopathology 22 (2), 313, 2010
1712010
Latent class analysis for developmental research
ST Lanza, BR Cooper
Child Development Perspectives 10 (1), 59-64, 2016
1512016
Latent transition analysis: Benefits of a latent variable approach to modeling transitions in substance use
ST Lanza, ME Patrick, JL Maggs
Journal of drug issues 40 (1), 93-120, 2010
1482010
A mixture model of discontinuous development in heavy drinking from ages 18 to 30: The role of college enrollment
ST Lanza, LM Collins
Journal of Studies on Alcohol 67 (4), 552-561, 2006
1392006
Latent transition analysis with covariates: Pubertal timing and substance use behaviours in adolescent females
H Chung, YS Park, ST Lanza
Statistics in Medicine 24 (18), 2895-2910, 2005
1122005
Different lengths of times for progressions in adolescent substance involvement
TA Ridenour, ST Lanza, EC Donny, DB Clark
Addictive Behaviors 31 (6), 962-983, 2006
962006
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