A bibliometric approach to the multilevel models

Amador Miquel, López-González Emelina

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    © RELIEVE. The present work is a bibliometric approximation to the multilevel models, in order to contribute indicators of the general impact that these models have, regarding theoretical as much as applied works. The works that have been reviewed are included in the magazine "Newsletter Multilevel Modelling" during the period of 1989-2005. In the same way, different denominations in which these models appear in the literature have been noted, providing information from diverse areas: educational, psychological and of other sciences. Referring to the use of the telematic networks, certain indispensable article references are indicated to update and follow-up the development and application of these analysis strategies.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)67-82
    JournalRELIEVE - Revista Electronica de Investigacion y Evaluacion Educativa
    Issue number1
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2007


    • Bibliometric study
    • Hierarchical linear model
    • Linear multilevel models
    • Multilevel analysis
    • Multilevel modelling
    • Statistical models


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