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Methodology Trainings

2017-2018

  • This year's LRE Workshop "Best Practices in Data Management" by Dr. Lorey Wheeler. The workshop will be held January 3rd, 4th, and 5th 2018 from 8:30am to 4:30pm
  • Dr. Wheeler is an Assistant Research Professor at the University of Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools. She is also the Co-Director of the Nebraska Academy for Methodology, Analytics, and Psychometrics. She earned her PhD in Family and Human Development at ASU. She spent 6 years as a data manager, and 5 years as the Assistant Director of Methodology at the Prevention Research Center at ASU. She has extensive experience working with large and complex datasets.

2016-2017

  • LRE Statistics Workshop titled "Introduction to Meta-Analyses" by Dr. Noel Card. The workshop will take place from December 12 to the 16, from 8:30am-4:30pm, in Cowden 213.
  • Dr. Noel Card is associate professor in the Measurement, Evaluation and Assessment program at the University of Connecticut. Prior to joining the MEA faculty in 2014, Noel received his PhD in Clinical Psychology from St. John's University, completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Quantitative Psychology at University of Kansas, and spent eight years on the faculty of Human Development and Family Studies at the University of Arizona. His substantive research investigates social development, with specific foci in peer relations and aggressive behavior during childhood and adolescence. His quantitative research interests include meta-analysis, longitudinal data, and dyadic data. He is the author of the book "Applied Meta-Analysis for Social Science Research".

2015-2016

Introduction to Latent Class Analysis and its Extensions
Dr. Bethany Bray and Dr. Stephanie Lanza Pennsylvania State University's Methodology Center

"Dr. Bethany Bray's research focuses on developing and applying advanced statistical methods to questions about the longitudinal development of substance use, with a special emphasis on the relation between substance use and the development of comorbid problem behaviors like gambling and risky sexual behavior. Toward that end, she works on longitudinal, latent variable modeling, including latent class analysis, latent transition analysis, and their extensions. At The Methodology Center, she works primarily with Stephanie Lanza and John Dziak."

"Dr. Stephanie Lanza works primarily in two methodological areas. Much of her work seeks to advance finite mixture models, particularly latent class analysis. Her primary collaborators on this project include Bethany Bray, John Dziak, and Megan Patrick. She also works to advance and apply new statistical models in order to reveal dynamic processes. Much of this work, done in collaboration with Runze Li, Michael Russell, and Sara Vasilenko, addresses new research questions about age- and time-varying effects related to health behavior."

2014-2015

5-day Intensive Qualitative Methods Workshop
Dr. Jennifer Hardesty
University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana

"Dr. Jennifer Hardesty received her PhD in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Missouri-Columbia and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. She joined the faculty at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana in 2003. Her interests center on intimate partner violence, separation/divorce, and post-divorce parenting. Her current research focuses on how abused women negotiate co-parenting with abusive former husbands."