Skills-Building Workshops

Workshops are extended educational sessions that offer attendees the opportunity to learn research methods and techniques from prominent psychological scientists.

Workshops are open to Convention and/or Teaching Institute registrants only and require separate registration.

How to Avoid the Mistakes I’ve Made

Jay J. Van Bavel, New York University


Kathleen Gates, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Stephanie Lane, Netflix

Statistical Analysis Using R: A Primer

Jeffrey Harring, University of Maryland, College Park

The Potential Outcomes Approach to Causal Inference

David MacKinnon, Arizona State University, Tempe

Developing Noncognitive Scales: Research-Based Recommendations

Deborah Bandalos, James Madison University
Elisabeth Spratto, James Madison University

Rethinking Statistics: A Gentle Introduction to Bayesian Statistics

Rens van de Schoot, Utrecht University, Netherlands

Introduction to Multilevel Modeling

Jeremy Biesanz, University of British Columbia, Canada

The General Linear Model: A Flexible Tool for Analyzing Psychological Data

Patrick Shrout, New York University
Yasaman Ghodse-Elahi, New York University

Statistical Mediation Analysis With Repeated-Measures And Multilevel Data

Amanda K. Montoya, University of California, Los Angeles

Teaching the New Statistics

Tamarah Smith, Cabrini University
Robert Calin-Jageman, Dominican University

Machine Learning

Tal Yarkoni, University of Texas at Austin

Discriminant Analysis/Approaches to Classification

Irini Moustaki, London School of Economics, United Kingdom

A Network Perspective on Psychological Constructs: Theoretical Background and Data Analysis

Jonas Dalege, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands


Stephen Lindsay, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada and Editor, Psychological Science
Daniel J. Simons, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign and Editor, Advanced Methods and Practices in Psychological Science
Simine Vazire, University of California, Los Angeles
David Mellor, Center for Open Science
Anna E. van’t Veer, Leiden Institute for Brain and Cognition, Netherlands
Katherine S. Corker, Grand Valley State University

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