Claudia van Borkulo will defend her thesis Symptom network models in depression research: From methodological exploration to clinical application on January 17th, 2018 at the University of Amsterdam.
Mattis van den Bergh defended his thesis Latent Class Trees on January 5th, 2018 at Tilburg University.
If you suffer from, or if you have solutions to small sample size issues, Utrecht is the place to be between March 6-7, 2018 during our S4 conference. The deadline for applying to give a talk is November 1, 2017. Read more.
Marlies Vervloet will defend her thesis “Unraveling and unlocking the assets of principal covariates regression” on September 26th, 2017, at KU University of Leuven. Read more
Lianne Ippel will defend her thesis “Multilevel Modeling for Data Streams with Dependent Observations” on October 13th, 2017 at Tilburg University. Read more
Geert van Kollenburg will defend his thesis “Computer Intensive Methods for Evaluating Latent Class Model Fit” on November 13th at Tilburg University. Read more
Edith de Leeuw received the awards at the recent ESRA conference 2017 in Lisbonhas. She has over 100 scholarly publications and was co-editor of 3 internationally renowned books on survey methodology. Read more.
Hannah Oosterhuis defended her thesis entitled Regression-Based Norming for Psychological Tests and Questionnaires on April 12th 2017 at Tilburg University. Read more
Florian Sense defended his thesis entitled Making the most of human memory. Studies on personalized fact-learning and visual working memory on Thursday April 20th, 2017. Read more
This prize is rewarded to Michèle Nuijten, and Sacha Epskamp by Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS), for creating ‘statcheck,’ an R package that allows users to easily and accurately detect p-value flaws in statistical analyses. Read more