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A Scoping Review of Latent Moderated Structural Equations and Recommendations

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Doi: 10.20982/tqmp.18.2.p152

Béland , Sébastien , Girard, Stéphanie , de Guise, Audrey-Anne
152-167
Keywords: Structural equation model; Interaction; Practice; Psychology; Education
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Structural equation modeling involving latent interaction has garnered much attention from researchers in many disciplines. Interestingly, Becher \& Trowler (2001) described academics as living in a tribe sharing a common set of practices and led by a stable elite. To provide an overview of psychological and educational studies using the latent moderated structural equations approach (LMS), we produced a scoping review from three databases (ERIC, PsychInfo, and Érudit) and selected 78 articles. The goal of this study is to examine the nature and extent of practices regarding the use of the LMS method in order to recommend good practices. Our results show that there are some discrepancies in the way researchers analyze data using LMS.


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