• BS8 1TX

    United Kingdom

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Centre for Multilevel Modelling (CMM) is a research centre based at the University of Bristol. Our researchers are drawn from the School of Education, Bristol Veterinary School and School of Geographical Sciences. We collaborate with a range of researchers working with multilevel models.

Multilevel Modelling is one of the modern techniques used in quantitative social science research for modelling data with complex hierarchical structures. The Multilevel Modelling research theme focuses on producing new statistical methods for tackling research questions, developing new software for implementing this methodology and disseminating these techniques to the national and international social science community.

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    Research Output

    A Large-Scale Replication of the Effectiveness of the KiVa Antibullying Program: A Randomized Controlled Trial in the Netherlands

    Huitsing, G., Lodder, G. M. A., Browne, W. J., Oldenburg, B., Van der Ploeg, R. & Veenstra, R., 13 Feb 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Prevention Science.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle (Academic Journal)

  • Analysing inter-provincial urban migration flows in China: A new multilevel gravity model approach: A new multilevel gravity model approach

    Zhang, N., Wang, W., Harris, R. & Leckie, G., Mar 2020, In : Migration Studies. 8, 1, p. 19–42 24 p., mny026.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle (Academic Journal)

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    Projects

  • Student theses

    Analysis of longitudinal jaw growth data to study sex differences in timing and intensity of the adolescent growth spurt for normal growth and skeletal discrepancies

    Author: Sandhu, S. S., 23 Jan 2020

    Supervisor: Leckie, G. (Supervisor), Tilling, K. (Supervisor) & Hughes, R. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisDoctor of Philosophy (PhD)

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    An investigation of the relationship between carriage of Leptospira and kidney disease in cats

    Author: Longhurst, A., 23 Jan 2019

    Supervisor: Cogan, T. (Supervisor) & Jeffery, A. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Master's ThesisMaster of Science (MSc)

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    Cognitive bias as an indicator of emotional states in animals

    Author: Parker, R. M. A., 2008

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisDoctor of Philosophy (PhD)

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    Prizes

    Astra Zeneca 2015 CEO Awards - Exceptional Delivery

    Knowles, Toby G (Recipient), 25 Feb 2015

    Prize: Prizes, Medals, Awards and Grants

  • Council for Science and Animal Welfare – Global 3Rs Award

    Knowles, Toby G (Recipient), 23 Jan 2015

    Prize: Prizes, Medals, Awards and Grants

  • Activities

    Educational Effectiveness EARLI SIG meeting

    George Leckie (Speaker)

    Aug 2018

    Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesInvited talk

    External PhD Examiner, University of Toronto

    George Leckie (Examiner)

    15 Jun 2016

    Activity: Examination typesExternal Examination and Supervision

    National Pupil Database User Group (2016) (Event)

    George Leckie (Host)

    7 Sep 2016

    Activity: Membership typesMembership or peer review panel or committee