Leibniz Institute for Psychology (ZPID), who organizes the Symposium, is pleased to collaborate with Europe's Journal of Psychology (EJOP): Selected contributions from the symposium will be invited for full-text submission to a special thematic section of EJOP.
EJOP is the peer-reviewed journal for scientific inquiries into a wide range of topics in psychology. To promote open science, EJOP provides diamond open access: free of charge for authors and readers. The special issue has the goal to inform the scientific psychological community about current approaches that help to deal with information overload – from screening automation in research synthesis to machine learning techniques for high dimensional data.
It is still time to submit abstracts for the 4th Symposium on Big Data and Research Synthesis in Psychology (ressyn_bigdata2023). The deadline for submitting structured abstracts is February 15, 2023.
The symposium is organized by the Leibniz Institute for Psychology (ZPID) in collaboration with DIPF | Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education. It will take place in Frankfurt/Main, Germany from May 8 to May 10, 2023.
The call for abstracts is described below, and more information about the submission process can be found on our conference website: www.ressyn-bigdata.org
We are excited to have…
…several keynotes speakers:
- Susanne Bücker, German Sports University, Cologne, DE
- Sandra Matz, Columbia Business School, New York, US
- Clemens Stachl, University of St. Gallen, CH
- Rens van de Schoot, Utrecht University, NL
- Neal Haddaway, Freelance Researcher, SE
- Anita Chasiotis, Leibniz Institute for Psychology (ZPID), Trier, DE
…a live episode of “Everything Hertz” (co-hosted by Daniel Quintana, University of Oslo, NO, and James Heathers, Cipher Skin, Denver, US; https://everythinghertz.com)
…and an introductory machine learning workshop by Smitha Kolan (Co-Founder of Metacent.io; www.youtube.com/c/SmithaKolan)
For more details, please visit our conference website: www.ressyn-bigdata.org