Summer school Analyzing Classroom Interaction
Dates: 8 – 12 July 2019
Deadline for applications: 1 May 2019
Description: Understanding social interactions is key for understanding learning and socialization processes. In the summer school Analyzing Classroom Interactions, we place these moment-to-moment interactions in the foreground. You will gain a rich set of tools designed to analyze classroom interactions as they unfold from moment to moment.… Continue reading
Dear VNOP members,
The VNOP Lab Visit at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam is scheduled on Tuesday April 9th, 2019. 11:00-16:30. We will demonstrate innovative tools such as mobile stress measurements (including devices applicable to large groups or hair measures), (epi)genetics, mobile and standard EEG measures and various new apps. Practical challenges will be linked with research questions and outcomes.… Continue reading
In 2019, EADP, EARA and SRA will again jointly organize a Summer School focusing on research on adolescence. The Summer School is a training ground for young scholars interested in adolescent development. The Summer Schools bring together established researchers, recognized for their expertise and teaching abilities with doctoral students from around the globe, for several intensive days of research training.… Continue reading
The bi-annual conference of the Dutch Society for Developmental Psychology (Vereniging Nederlandse Ontwikkelingspsychologie, VNOP) will be held on the 15th & 16th of May 2018 in Wageningen, the Netherlands.
Registration (or see the: Conference Website)
- For registration go to: member2.vnop.nl
- For rooms go to the conference website: WICC ‘It is important that you mention that you are a VNOP participant!
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VNOP Conference 2018
May 15th – 16th at ‘Hof van Wageningen’
We invite you to contribute to the upcoming conference of the ‘Vereniging Nederlandse Ontwikkelings Psychologie in 2018’.
Deadline for abstract submissions is 18th of December 2017.
You can submit the following types of contributions:
- A complete symposium
- A single paper presentation
- A single poster presentation
A symposium should consist of 3 paper submissions and a discussion led by a 4th contributor or 4 paper submissions.… Continue reading
The department of Developmental Psychology of the University of Groningen will organize the next lab meeting, on 23-01-2018.
Take that chance to visit Groningen! More information follows soon.
organizer and info: Saskia Kunnen email@example.com… Continue reading
Dr. Minet de Wied, onderzoeker aan de Universiteit Utrecht, organiseert op dinsdag 28 november het symposium “Empathie: Typische en atypische ontwikkeling”.
>>Download the Flyer here<<
Het symposium is voor professionals uit het forensisch veld die meer willen weten over empathie, empathieproblemen en het meten van empathie. Zes onderzoekers van verschillende instellingen presenteren hun inzichten op het gebied van empathie (zie flyer voor het programma).… Continue reading
Dear colleagues of VNOP, ISED and CAS,
The preliminary program for the upcoming VNOP-ISED-CAS Researchdays of 23 and 24 November are now available. See below for the program at a glance (precise locations are still subject to change) and a description of the conference locations.
The full definitive program will follow soon.
Abstract submission is closed as of: October the 16th, 2017
Registration is closed as of: November the 6th, 2017
Questions can be addressed to the secretaries of VNOP, ISED, and CAS through firstname.lastname@example.org.… Continue reading
If you suffer from, or if you have solutions to small sample size issues, Utrecht is the place to be between March 6-7, 2018 during our S4 conference.
Key-note presenters are Joop Hox (small cluster size in multilevel models), Patrick Onghena and Marija Maric (both on single case designs).
Pre-/post- conference workshops are on introducing Bayesian statistics (Rens van de Schoot) and its possible solutions for small sample issues in mediation analyses (Milica Miočević), multilevel models (Dan McNeish) and growth models (Sarah Depaoli).… Continue reading
Many theories in the field of morality research claim that morality is about concepts like cooperation and altruism. The theory of “Morality As Cooperation” has used game-theoretical principles to derive seven domains in which morality should occur. This provides an alternative to, for example, “Moral Foundations Theory”, which was derived in a data-driven way. To expand on this, we invite three speakers as a build-up towards a debate, entitled “Is morality always and everywhere, cooperative?”
You are cordially invited think about the future of morality research with us through this symposium, taking place on Tuesday, Nov 7th (13:30-17:00) at IPO 0.98, TU Eindhoven.… Continue reading
We would like to draw your attention to the special issue of the journal “Complexity”, that will address Human Development.The Call for Papers for this Special Issue has now been posted on the journal’s website at
http://www.hindawi.com/journals/COMPLEXITY/si/603457/cfp/.… Continue reading
Kickstart your international research netwerk @ SRCD 2017!
You are cordially invited to attend the Dutch Scholars Reception SRCD 2017
on Friday April 7, 19:00 to 20.00 hours, in Meeting Room 13A (level 4) of the Austin Convention Center 500 E. Cesar Chavez St. Austin, TX 78701.
We would like you to invite international colleagues to come to this reception and mingle with Dutch Scholars.… Continue reading
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The program of the 7th Mplus Users Meeting is now available via http://mplus.fss.uu.nl/upcoming-meetings/
The meeting is organized at Utrecht University (The Netherlands) on Wednesday 13th of January 2016 with a pre-conference workshop on January 12 by David Kaplan introducing Bayesian statistics.
Registration is now open! (Note the number of places is limited!)
For questions, send us an email at Mplus.email@example.com
Hope to see you in Utrecht!… Continue reading