Overview presentations / workshops

* = Rens van de Schoot

 

Lek, K., & * (2016, January). The Confidence Interval of the WISC: What should we do with it? Presentation conducted at the monthly section meeting of the Dutch Association of Psychologists (NIP), Utrecht, The Netherlands.
* (2016, January). Introduction to the 7th Mplus Users Meeting. 7th Mplus Users Meeting. Presented at Utrecht University, the Netherlands.
* (2015, November). My first Bayesian Analysis (key note). 20th Workshop Aggression. Presented at University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Linz, Austria.
* (2015, November). Integrating Expert Knowledge About Traumatic Stress into Statistical Models Assessing Individual Change over Time by using Bayesian Statistics. Back to Basics: Integrating Clinical and Scientific Knowledge to Advance the Field of Trauma. Presented at the annual meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS), New Orleans, United States.
* (2015, July). Using Bayesian analysis to integrate expert knowledge into the Predictive Framework Development. Statistical analysis workshop conducted at DEDIPAC Knowledge Hub consortium (Determinants of Diet and Physical Activity; Knowledge Hub to integrate and develop infrastructure for research across Europe.), Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
* (2015, April). Introduction on LGM and LGMM. Workshop at the Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies, Olso, Norway.
* (2015, April). Bayesians, Klingons, and other close encounters of the third kind. In L. Wijngaards (chair), Farewell symposium prof. dr. Joop Hox. Symposium conducted at Utrecht University, The Netherlands.
* (2015, April). Bayesian Statistics: It’s out there… but should you care? Guest lecture conducted at the research master Public Administation & Organizational Science, Utrecht University, The Netherlands.
* (2015, April). Latent Trajectory Studies: The basics, how to interpret the results and what to report. Paper presented at the 10th International Multilevel conference, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Bryant, R., Depaoli, S., Galatzer-Levy, I., Shalev, A., & Sijbrandij, M., (2015, March). In (Chair). Estimating PTSD–trajectories following trauma: methodological advances and clinical applications. Session chaired at the International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS), Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
* & Sijbrandij, M. (2015, March). Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) trajectories following trauma: a systematic review. In * (Chair), Estimating PTSD–trajectories following trauma: methodological advances and clinical applications. Symposium conducted at the International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS), Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
* (2015, March). A Systematic Review of Empirical Applications in Psychology Using Bayesian Statistics. In S. Depaoli (Chair), Bayesian Statistics in Psychology: Prevalence, Implementation, and the Impact of Priors in the Applied Literature. International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS), Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Presentation at symposium:
* (2015, February). Introduction to Mplus. Workshop conducted at the ECPR Winter School in Methods and Techniques, at Bamberg Graduate School of Social Sciences, Bamberg, Germany.
* (2014, December). My first Bayes. Workshop conducted for an honors program at Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
* (2014, December). How to prevent PhD delay? Career Orientation Day (for PhDs). Workshop conducted at a meeting of the Graduate School of Humanities, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
* (2014, November). Introduction to Bayesian Statistics. Workshop at the Helen Dowling Instituut, Bilthoven, The Netherlands.
* (2014, November). Introduction to Multilevel analysis. ISED Research Days 2014. Workshop conducted at the Institute for the Study of Education and Human Development (ISED), University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
* (2014, November). Bayesian LGMM. Workshop conducted at Faculty of Psychology and Education, Department of Clinical Psychology, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
* (2014, October). Introduction to Bayesian Analysis. Workshop conducted at Abbott Healthcare Products B.V, Weesp, The Netherlands.
* (2014, July). Priors: When to worry? 6th Mplus Users meeting. Presented at Utrecht University, The Netherlands.
* (2014, July). Confirmatory LGMM: A Bayesian approach. Paper presented at the VI European Congress of Methodology organised by European Association of Methodology (EAM), Utrecht, The Netherlands.
* (2014, February). Introduction to Bayesian Statistics. Workshop conducted for an honors program at Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
* (2014, January). Introduction to Bayesian Statistics. Workshop conducted at the psychology department, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
* (2014, MONTH). Introduction to Mplus. Quantitative Training Program. Workshop conducted at the Center for Research Methods and Analysis, University of Kansas, United States.
* (2013, December). My First Bayes: Why and How to Run Your First Bayesian Model using Mplus. Workshop conducted at Research and Expertise Centre for Survey Methodology (RECSM), Barcelona, Spain.
* (2013, November). Avoiding PhD delays. Workshop conducted at career orientation days at the Graduate School of Humanities, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
* & Dette-Hagenmeyer, D. (2013, September). Lecture On Presentation Skills. The 16th European Conference on Developmental Psychology. Conference presentation conducted in Lausanne, Switzerland.
* (2013, June). Modeling and data analysis with Mplus. Quantitative Training Program. Workshop conducted at the Center for Research Methods and Analysis, University of Kansas, United States.
* (2013, March). My first Bayes: Why and how to run your first Bayesian model using MPlus. 42nd GESIS Spring Seminar. Workshop conducted at the Graduate School in Management, Economics and Social Sciences (CGS), University of Cologne, Germany.
* (2013, March). Longitudinal research on personality, identity and how it can be analysed. 1st World Conference on Personality. Workshop conducted at Personality Psychology Foundation (PPF), Stellenbosch, South Africa.
* & Meiring, D. (2013, March). The new Mplus 7 statistical system and its application to personality research: A South African case study on the South African Personality Inventory (SAPI). 1st World Conference on Personality. Workshop conducted at Personality Psychology Foundation (PPF), Stellenbosch, South Africa.
* (2013, February). Using Mplus: An advanced workshop. Workshop conducted at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
* (2012, November). Multilevel Analysis. ISED Research Days. Workshop conducted at the Institute for the Study of Education and Human Development (ISED), Utrecht, The Netherlands.
* (2012, November). Why skills courses? Workshop conducted at career orientation days at the Graduate School of Humanities, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
* (2012, September). Mediation analysis. Workshop conducted at the Dutch-Flemish Postgraduate School for Experimental Psychopathology (EPP), Heeze, The Netherlands.
* (2012, August). Moving beyond Null Hypothesis Testing. Earli SIG 5 Learning and Development in Early Childhood conference. Workshop conducted at Utrecht University, The Netherlands (August, 2012).
* (2012, July). Introduction to Bayesian analysis using Mplus. Workshop conducted at John Hopkins University, Baltimore, United States.
* (2012, July). My first Bayes. How to run your first Bayesian model using MIWin/AMOS/Mplus? 30th International Congress of Psychology. Pre-conference workshop conducted in Cape Town, South-Africa.
* (2012, July). My first Bayes. 30th International Congress of Psychology. Pre-conference workshop conducted in Cape Town, South-Africa.
* (2012, July). H0 or not H0, that is the question: How to learn something positive from your data. Inaugural presentation conducted at the meeting of Optentia Research Programme. Vanderbijlpark, South-Africa.
* (2012, June). Verder dan de nulhypothesetoetsing [Beyond null hypothesis testing]. Presentation selected for Bessensap, science meets the press organized by the NWO.
* (2012, June). Bayesian Evaluation of inequality constrained Hypotheses in SEM Models using Mplus. Paper presented at the Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) Working Group meeting, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
* (2012, May). Multilevel Modeling using SPSS. LabourNet Research School. Workshop conducted at the School of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Tampere, Finland.
* (2012, May). Bayesian Evaluation of Informative Hypotheses in SEM Models using Mplus. Paper presented at the Society of Research on Adolescence, Vancouver, Canada.
* (2012, spring). Longitudinal data analysis in Mplus. Workshop conducted at the Department of Applied Psychology: Employment, Education and Economy, University of Vienna, Austria.
* (2012, February). My first Bayes. SRCD 2012 Themed Meeting: Developmental Methodology. Workshop conducted in Tampa, Florida, United States.
* (2012, February). A direct answer to your research question: Bayesian evaluation of informative hypotheses in SEM models using Mplus. In R. Veenstra (Chair), Society for Research on Adolescents (SRA). Presented at the pre-conference, Vancouver.
* (2011, December). Bayes as a golden solution for all your modeling issues? Presented at the meeting of the Social Science Section of the Association for Statistics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
* (2011. December). Bayes as a golden solution for all your modeling issues? Presented at the Social Science Section of the Netherlands Society for Statistics and Operations Research (VvS+OR), Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
* (2011, November). Overview of possible models and software. ISED Research Days. Workshop conducted at the Institute for the Study of Education and Human Development (ISED), Utrecht University, The Netherlands.
* (2011, November). The flaws of null-hypothesis testing. Paper presented at the research colloquium for the Communication Science department at Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
* (2011, September). Testing informative hypotheses vs. classical hypothesis testing. Paper presented at the meeting of the German Fachgruppe Entwicklungspsychologie (Section Developmental Psychology of the German Psychological Society), Erfurt, Germany.
* (2011, September). My First Bayes. Presented at the Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences Seminars and Summer Schools Series 2 (QMSS2) Summer School, Leuven, Belgium.
* (2011, August). How to Move Beyond Classical Null Hypothesis Testing? The Evaluation of Informative Hypotheses Explained by a Study on Adolescent Identity Formation. Paper presented at the 15th European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Bergen, Norway.
* (2011, March). Structural Equation Modeling and Multi-Level in Mplus. Workshop conducted at North-West University, South-Africa.
* (2011). Bayesian statistics. Workshop conducted at Helen Dowling Institute, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
* (2011). Structural Equation modeling. Workshop conducted at the Department of Applied Psychology: Employment, Education and Economy, University of Vienna, Austria.
* (2010, June). Trajectories and labour market mobility: A survey of recent doctoral recipients in the Netherlands. Doctoral dissertation presented at the 2nd PhD-day, Utrecht.
* (2010, June). Learning more from data: How to move beyond Traditional Null Hypothesis Testing. In D. Strohmeier, Migrations: Interdisciplinary perspectives. International symposium conducted at the meeting of Department of Applied Psychology: Work, Education and Economy, the University of Vienna, Austria.
* (2010). Missing data. Workshop conducted at the Department of Applied Psychology: Employment, Education and Economy, University of Vienna, Austria.
* (2010). Multilevel analysis. Workshop conducted at the Department of Applied Psychology: Employment, Education and Economy, University of Vienna, Austria.
* (2010, January). Structural Equation Modeling and Multi-Level in Mplus. Workshop conducted the meeting of the Vereniging Samenwerkende Brandwondencentra Nederland [Association of Dutch Burn Centres] in Beverwijk, The Netherlands.
* (2010). Bayesian statistics. Biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD). Workshop conducted in Montreal, Canada.
* (2010). Directly testing your expectations or testing the null hypothesis? A comparison between classical null hypothesis testing and Bayesian model selection. Doctoral thesis presented at Radboud University Nijmegen, Behavioural Science Institute, Department of Developmental Psychology.
* (2010). Directly testing your expectations or testing the null hypothesis? A comparison between classical null hypothesis testing and Bayesian model selection. Doctoral thesis presented at the annual meeting of the scientific committee of the Dutch Association for Psychologists (NIP).
* (2010). Directly testing your expectations or testing the null hypothesis? A comparison between classical null hypothesis testing and Bayesian model selection. Doctoral thesis presented at the Netherlands Forensic Psychiatric Centre ‘De Rooyse Wissel’, Venray.
* (2009, June). Testing inequality constrained hypotheses using the parametric bootstrap. In R. Meijer (Chair), 24th IOPS Summer Conference. Paper presented at the meeting of the Interuniversity Graduate School of Psychometrics and Sociometrics (IOPS), Leiden, The Netherlands.
* (2009). Testing Inequality Constrained Hypothesis in SEM Models. Workshop conducted at the Department of Applied Psychology: Employment, Education and Economy, University of Vienna, Austria.
* (2009). Directly testing your expectations or testing the null hypothesis? A comparison between classical null hypothesis testing and Bayesian model selection. Doctoral thesis presented at the University of Vienna, Faculty of Developmental and Economic Psychology.
* (2009). Directly testing your expectations or testing the null hypothesis? A comparison between classical null hypothesis testing and Bayesian model selection. Doctoral thesis presented at the University of Vienna, Faculty of Psychology.
* (2008, August). Comparing informative hypotheses with inequality constraints using posterior model probabilities. Poster presented on award winning session for excellent graduate student posters on the American Psychological Association Convention, Boston, United States.
* (2008, July). Wetenschap: Basis of ballast? De meerwaarde van de scientist practitioner [Science: Basic or death weight? The advantage of the scientist practitioner]. Presented at the annual meeting of the scientific committee of The Dutch Association for Psychologists (NIP), Utrecht, The Netherlands.