APS symposium accepted: “Experts and Animals: How Can They Help Us?”
How and to what extend can we use the unique information derived from experts and animals? We discuss how expert opinions can be formalized and included in analyses, how animal studies can provide insight into human behavior, and ways to compare results from these sources with observed data.
To be presented at the APS conference in Boston.
Experts and Animals: How Can They Help Us?
Rens van de Schoot, Utrecht University
Applications of Latent Growth Mixture Modeling and Allied Methods to Enhance Translation Across Species – Isaac R. Galatzer-Levy, New York University
Systematic Review of Elicitation Software: Expert Knowledge As a Source of Data – Duco Veen, MSc.1, Rens van de Schoot1,2 and Evie Izeboud1, (1)Utrecht University, Netherlands, (2)Optentia Research Program, North-West University, South Africa
Do We Have a (mis)Match? Checking Whether Rodent Information Replicates in Other Contexts – Marielle Zondervan-Zwijnenburg, MSc., Rinke Klein Entink, dr. and Herbert Hoijtink, dr., Utrecht University, Netherlands
With many thanks to Marielle Zondervan-Zwijnenburg for putting all the abstracts together and for dealing with the submission process.