Simplest case is the ‘hierarchical random-intercept’:

http://xxm.times.uh.edu/learn-xxm/three-level-hierarchical-model-with-observed-and-latent-variables-at-multiple-levels/

Here is an example of random-slopes for a latent DV.

http://xxm.times.uh.edu/learn-xxm/two-level-confirmatory-factor-analysis-with-a-random-slope/

In each case, a factor is defined by other latent factors.

Best,

Paras

]]>I am aware of these examples. Now I have realised that I have to fill in zeros in the columns of the factor-loading matrix for such cases.

Thank you again for your great work!

Best,

Andrea