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**“A Meeting of Methodologies” (AMOM)** is a mini-conference on the use, evaluation, and teaching of research methods in psychology. The full title of this meeting is: *A Meeting of Methodologies -- Advancing Methods Development, Application, and Teaching in Psychology, the Behavioural, and Social Sciences*. The conference aims to bring together researchers from multiple communities who examine, think about, use, and teach research methods in psychology, as well as across the behavioral, social and health sciences, including evaluation researchers, statisticians and data scientists. The meeting seeks to bring discussions around advancing research practice and teaching in MULTIPLE methodologies together (e.g., quantitative, qualitative, mixed methods, indigenous). Sponsorship for an inaugural in-person meeting in 2020 was obtained from Simon Fraser University and the Society for Multivariate Experimental Research. However, due to COVID-19 pandemic, the organizers decided to hold the inaugural AMOM as a virtual mini-conference in June 2020. The 2020 conference was divided into four topic areas. These were: · Metascience and Research Justice (this includes work on multiple methods, ethics, social justice & diversity in research) · Measurement Theory and Applications · Quantitative and Computational Methods · Rethinking Pedagogy in Psychological Methods The conference included distinguished keynotes, competitively selected peer-reviewed presentations, and noted discussants. Under Files, you will find the schedule, program, slides for select presentations, and audio recordings of presentations provided with consent from the presenter. QA and Discussion sessions are not included in the audiorecordings. Website: Twitter: @AMOM_SFU
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