Dr. Minet de Wied, onderzoeker aan de Universiteit Utrecht, organiseert op dinsdag 28 november het symposium “Empathie: Typische en atypische ontwikkeling”.
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). The deadline for applying to give a talk is November 1, 2017. For more details, see the
Titel: First steps to misbehaving: the co-development of early adolescent friendship and externalizing behavior Date: March 11, 2016 14.30 Location: Academiegebouw Universiteit Utrecht, Domplein 29 Utrecht
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! Joop Hox, Jan Boom, Peter Lugtig, Rens van de Schoot
On February 12, 15.45-16.45, Prof. dr. Margaret Burchinal from the FPG Child Development Institute of the University of North Carolina will visit the Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences of Utrecht University to give a presentation about early child care and education. Prof. dr. Margaret Burchinal is a leading researcher and statistician in child care research. She has demonstrated that high quality child care may be especially important in reducing racial and economic gaps at entry to school. During her presentation she will discuss findings from some of the child care studies of the past 30 years and the extent
University Utrecht Social Science is presently advertising 14 (!) assistant professor vacancies, including quite a few in the domain of children and youth. Developmental psychology vacancy (see previous post) is one of them. More info here
You will be employed in the Department of Developmental Psychology of the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences at Utrecht University. Research and teaching at the Department of Developmental Psychology centres on the issue of how the development of individuals is determined by the interaction between persons and their environment, and what factors contribute to a problematic development. The department studies the individual differences in a ‘normal’ and a problematic development in coherence while focusing on risk and protective factors during this development. The department also studies the diagnostics and effectiveness of (preventive) interventions in this field. More info here