Information is available at https://conferences.leibniz-psychology.org.
The Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information was able to attract international experts as keynote speakers for the two conferences in June this year.
For the Big Data conference (June, 7-9), keynote speaker will be:
- Fred Oswald, Rice University: "The Hype, Reality, and Hope for Big Data Analyses in Psychological Research."
- Mike Cheung, National University of Singapore: "Testing model driven hypotheses with Big Data."
- Andreas Brandmaier, Max Planck Institute for Human Development: "The best of both worlds: Towards a synthesis of theory-based and data-driven modeling."
- Katrijn van Deun, Tilburg University: "Big Data in Psychology: Statistical methods for linked high-dimensional with traditional data."
- Michael Neale, Virginia Commonwealth University: "Structural Equation Modeling of Big Data: Challenges and Opportunities."
Further details: http://bigdata2018.leibniz-psychology.org
For the Research Synthesis Conference (June, 10-12), keynote speaker will be:
- Frank Bosco, Virginia Commonwealth University: "metaBUS: Summarizing and visualizing one million findings in psychology."
- Wolfgang Viechtbauer, Maastricht University: "Meta-analytic models for multilevel, multivariate, temporal, and spatial data."
- Daniel Lakens, Eindhoven University of Technology: "On the reproducibility of meta-analyses."
- Mike Cheung, National University of Singapore: "Bridging meta-analysis and standard statistical methods."
- Wim Van Den Noortgate, KU Leuven: "Using multilevel models for the meta-analysis of dependent effect sizes."
Further details: http://researchsynthesis2018.leibniz-psychology.org