On December 3rd 2021, Adela Isvoranu has defended her thesis From Syndromes to Symptoms: Network Models of Psychosis and Beyond at the University of Amsterdam. Read more.
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Dissertation Beibei Yuan on December 21st 2021
On December 21st Beibei Yuan has defended her thesis The δ-machine: Classification based on dissimilarities towards prototypes at the Leiden University. Read more.
Dissertation Leonie Vogelsmeier on January 14th 2022
On January 14th 2022 Leonie Vogelsmeier has defended her thesis Latent Markov Factor Analysis:
A mixture modeling approach for evaluating within- and between-person measurement model differences in intensive longitudinal data at the University of Tilburg. Read more
Dissertation Joost Kruis on November 18th 2021
On November 18th 2021 Joost Kruis has defended his thesis Item response mechanics at the University of Amsterdam. Read more
IOPS Winter conference 9 – 10 December 2021
Dissertation Anne Elevelt on April 16th 2021
On April 16th 2021 Anne Elevelt has defended her thesis Smart(phone) Surveys at the University of Utrecht. Read more
Dissertation Lisa Wijsen on March 22nd 2021
On March 22nd 2021 Lisa Wijsen has defended her thesis Characterizations of Psychometrics at the University of Amsterdam. Read more
Prof. dr. Edith D. de Leeuw receives 2021 Monroe G. Sirken Award
2021 Monroe G. Sirken Award
The Monroe G. Sirken Award in Interdisciplinary Survey Research Methods Research was established in 2014 and is given annually to a distinguished survey researcher for contributions to interdisciplinary survey research that improve the theory and methods of collecting, verifying, processing, presenting, or analyzing survey data. This year’s winner is a distinguished scholar in the field of survey methodology, Dr. Edith de Leeuw.
Dr. de Leeuw is recognized for exemplary interdisciplinary contributions to survey research which illuminate the relationship between data quality and data collection methods, enhance understanding of the causes and consequences of nonresponse, and advance cross-cultural and cross-national measurement. Read more
Dissertation Erik-Jan van Kesteren on January 29th 2021
On January 29th 2021 Erik-Jan van Kesteren has defended his thesis (cum laude) Structural Equations with Latent Variables: Computational Solutions for Modern Data Problems at the Utrecht University. Read more
Save the date – Summer Conference 2021
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