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Terry E. Duncan, Roy Oman and Susan C. Duncan

Exercise behavior research typically suffers from attrition and other forms of missing data. In studies that suffer from this common malady, several researchers have demonstrated that correct maximum likelihood estimation with missing data can be obtained under mild assumptions concerning the missing data mechanism. Model estimation with distinct missing data patterns can, in many cases, be carried out utilizing existing structural equation modeling software that allow for the simultaneous analysis of mean and covariance structures for multiple groups. Findings are discussed in relation to the utility of latent variable structural equation modeling techniques for analysis with incomplete data in the study of social-psychological determinants of exercise behavior.

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Debra Bemben, Michael Bemben, Scott Going, Roy Oman, Denise Smith and Dan Williams

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Daniel Williams, Wayne Phillips, Roy Oman, Michael Bemben and Debra Bemben

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Daniel Williams, Wayne Phillips, Roy Oman, Michael Bemben and Debra Bemben

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Debra Bemben, Michael Bemben, Roy Oman, Wayne Phillips and Daniel Williams

Edited by Scott B. Going

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Debra Bemben, Michael Bemben, Roy Oman, Wayne Phillips and Daniel Williams

Edited by Scott B. Going