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.

State-of-the-Art Methods for Handling Missing Data Responsibly in SPSS or R

Terrence D. Jorgensen, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Introduction to R Statistical System

William Revelle, Northwestern University
David Condon, Northwestern University
Sara J. Weston, Northwestern University

An Introduction to Implementing Bayesian Methods for Estimating Latent Variable Models

Sarah Depaoli, University of California, Merced

An Introduction to Social Network Analysis

Gregory D. Webster, University of Florida

Mediation With Repeated-Measures and Multilevel Data

Amanda K. Montoya, The Ohio State University
Nicholas J. Rockwood, The Ohio State University

Mixture Models

Irini Moustaki, The London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom

Power Analyses in Basic to Mixed Designs

Jean-Philippe Laurenceau, University of Delaware
Niall P. Bolger, Columbia University

Meta-Analyses of Single Studies and Entire Fields

Blakeley B. McShane, Northwestern University

Doing Reproducible Research: Integrating Open Science Into Daily Practice

Katherine S. Corker, Grand Valley State University

Intro to Programming in Matlab

Cendri Hutcherson, University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada

Introduction to Python

Christian C. Luhmann, Stony Brook University, The State University of New York

MouseTracker Design and Analysis for Studying Real-Time Cognitive Dynamics

Jonathan B. Freeman, New York University

Scientific Writing for Psychological Scientists

Robert V. Kail, Purdue University

Teaching the New Statistics

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