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September 2020

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September 21 - September 25
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October 2020

Stats Camp: Craft of SEM, Instructors: Todd D. Little, Ph.D. & Elizabeth Grandfield, Ph.D.

October 5 @ 9:00 am - October 7 @ 5:00 pm

https://www.statscamp.org/university-camp/ucla-craft-of-sem-seminar Well, this is it! Based on over thirty years of experience in crafting SEM models for thousands of research projects, we will show you what you need to know for crafting a structural equation modeling (SEM) that truly tests your research questions! Most campers report their prior training was insufficient and/or outdated. We will introduce you to the current techniques and advances in SEM as well as guide you through the steps to ‘craft’ an exquisite SEM model.

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Stats Camp: Multilevel Modeling Using R, Instructor: Alexander M. Schoemann, Ph.D.

October 5 @ 9:00 am - October 7 @ 5:00 pm

https://www.statscamp.org/university-camp/ucla-multilevel-modeling-using-r-seminar This seminar is designed to introduce theoretical and applied understandings of multilevel modeling. The fundamentals of multilevel modeling are taught by extending knowledge of regression analyses to designs involving a nested data structure. Nested data structures include, for example, students within classrooms, professionals within corporations, patients within hospitals, or repeated observations from the same person. In each of these cases and many more, the data are hierarchically arranged and may require methods beyond multiple regression or analysis of variance.…

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Stats Camp: Psychometrics, Instructor: Matthew A. Diemer, Ph.D. & Michael B. Frisby, M.S.

October 5 @ 9:00 am - October 7 @ 5:00 pm

https://www.statscamp.org/university-camp/ucla-psychometrics-seminar Psychometrics is the science of how we measure things, such as the psychological attributes of people. These psychological attributes include abilities, aptitudes, achievement, attitudes, interests, personality traits, cognitive functioning, and mental health. Psychometrics, theoretically-informed and precise measurement of such latent phenomena, is an essential component of many of the things we hold dear. Scientific advances (e.g., can I make a claim that I am measuring what I purport to measure?), educational placement decisions (e.g., should a child be placed…

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Stats Camp: Programming in R, Instructor: Audrey J. Leroux, Ph.D.

October 5 @ 9:00 am - October 7 @ 5:00 pm

https://www.statscamp.org/university-camp/ucla-programming-in-r-seminar R is a freely available, open source software platform that is growing in both popularity and capacity. Participants will learn the logic of programming along with the tools and best practices for cleaning, manipulating, and graphically displaying data for analysis. The first part of the seminar introduces the logic of R’s primary data structures and how to work with functions. The second part of the seminar covers tools and best practices for cleaning, manipulating, visualizing, and analyzing data. It…

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Stats Camp: Mediation and Moderation, Instructor: Mwarumba Mwavita

October 5 @ 9:00 am - October 7 @ 5:00 pm

https://www.statscamp.org/university-camp/ucla-mediation-and-moderation-seminar Great! You have an idea you’re interested in, now what? You may even have a theory that X will predict Y, but the more important question, the question that we really what to know is, why does X predict Y, or when does X predict Y. Modeling these mechanisms of change are where Mediation and/or Moderation become your methodological hero!

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November 2020

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November 11
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November 25 - November 27
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December 2020

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December 14, 2020 - January 1, 2021
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