
Structural Equation Modeling: Present and Future A Festschrift in honor of Karl Joreskog
Robert Cudeck, Stephen du Toit & Dag Sörbom (Editors) 
The text honors Dr. Karl Joreskog's outstanding academic career through contributions of current researchers in Structural Equation Modeling.
The book contains the following sections:
 Part A: History and Perspectives: This section will be indispensable to educators and students alike
who want to explore the roots of factor analysis, including some more personal accounts by two of Dr. Joreskog's former students.

 Part B: Robustness, Reliability, and Fit Assessment: Six chapters explore the evolution and current
execution of the methodology in greater depth.
 Part C: Repeated Measurements, Experimental Design: Investigations and discussion of longitudinal data
analysis, including some new approaches to model design.


 Part D: Ordinal Data and Interaction Models: Some modern extensions of structural modeling theory are
explored and expanded in this section.
For depth and breadth, Structural Equation Modeling: Present and Future is definitely a worthy
addition to the library of anyone who is involved in the field. Overall, it will provide wonderful insight
into the progress that has come from the ongoing work of Dr. Joreskog and countless others in Factor Analysis
and Structural Equation Modeling.
Copyright 2001 Scientific Software International, Inc. ISBN: 0894980491
Price: £Ü88,000. 
