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  • 2019-09 Workshop - Network analysis workshop (FLAMES, Ghent)

    The 2-day network workshop starts with a conceptual introduction on why items in psychological data tend to co-occur, and what this implies about the ...

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  • 2019-08 Depression Symptomics (McGill)

    A growing chorus of voices—including the DSM-5 task force and the NIMH—has raised concerns about the validity and reliability of the phenotype Major D...

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  • 2019-07 Workshop - Improving psychological science by formalizing psychological theories: The value of computational modeling | Forked: 2019-07-09 13:41 UTC

    Most psychological theories are "verbal models": narrative explanations of a psychological phenomenon. Because of the vagaries of language, these theo...

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  • 2019-07 Workshop - Questionable measurement practices and how to avoid them | Forked: 2019-07-09 13:47 UTC

    In this workshop, we will define questionable measurement practices and explain how they make it impossible to evaluate a wide range of potential vali...

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  • 2019-06 Workshop - Network analysis in between-subjects data (VCU)

    VIDEOS AVAILABLE: https://vipbg.vcu.edu/workshops/network-analysis-workshop/ ABSTRACT: The workshop starts with a conceptual introduction on why ite...

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  • 2019-05 Benefits and Drawbacks of Latent Variable Models

    Invited lecture at the International Max Planck Research School on the Life Course (https://www.imprs-life.mpg.de/en), in the LIFE seminar on Methods ...

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  • 2019-04 Depression is a problematic phenotype (King's College)

    Invited talk at the "Dissecting heterogeneity of Major Depression" symposium, organized by the Biomarkers And Genomics Theme, NIHR Maudsley Biomedical...

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  • 2019-04 Introduction to network theory and models (Cambridge)

    40-minute talk on network theory and models at University of Cambridge, with a focus on psychopathology research. Includes an overview of theoretica...

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  • 2019-03 Theory & measurement crises as obstacles to replicability in Clinical Psychology

    This talk was part of the workshop on open science organized by the Interacting Minds Centre at Aarhus University. The full video of the talk is avai...

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  • 2018-08 Symptomics: studying symptoms and their network configurations

    Keynote about symptom-based studies, including network theory and network modeling, at the NHG Wetenschapsdag (the Dutch organization of General Pract...

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  • 2018-05 Common Measurement Problems in Psychology: The Example of Major Depression

    Summary of problems with depression measurement; this was part of the Measurement Schmeasurement symposium I co-organized together with Jessica Flake ...

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  • 2017-09 What are psychological constructs?

    DPPD keynote on psychological constructs, and the importance of theory for deciding how to model psychological constructs. Ludwig-Maximilians Universi...

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