Impressions from the 8th Mplus Users’ Meeting in Utrecht, 2017
The aim of the Dutch Mplus Users Group is to bring together international users of Mplus and to share information, learn about new developments and discuss solutions for typical Mplus problems. We organize such meetings for all interested researchers (applied researchers, statisticians & methodologists). Impression from our last meeting can be found in this video. Don't miss our next meeting!
Interview with Bengt Muthén
During the 8th Mplus Users' Meeting Rens van de Schoot interviewed Bengt Muthén about the newest release of the software Mplus.
Dynamic Structural Equation Modeling explained in 5 minutes
Mplus 8 offers the possibility to analyze intensive longitudinal data, such as obtained with ecological momentary assessments, experience sampling method, ambulatory assessments, and daily diaries, using dynamic SEM (DSEM). Tihomir Asparouhov explains the equations behind DSEM in 5 minutes (you might want to watch the movie several times...).
Interview with Mårten Schulzberg
Mårten Schulzberg is one of the early adopters of Dynamic Structural Equation Modeling. In this interview he talks about his motivation and explains how he applied DSEM.
My Adventures among the Scientists
Preview of the full animation “My adventures among the scientists" – By Sir prof.dr. Jeffrey Mosquite, esq, PhD.
How many time are you allowed to re-analyse data?
Often you have a specific hypothesis in mind before you start analyzing data. What if, after entering data and analyzing this data, your hypothesis is not confirmed? Can you re-analyze the same data over and over again untill your hypothesis is confirmed?
The short animation can be used in classroom as a starting point for the discussion about this topic.
Rens van de Schoot wins the APA Award 2013
This video was recorded because I was unable to present at the APA-award ceremony:
Prestige lecture by Prof. Rens van de Schoot at Optentia, Nort-West University, South-Africa
This video contains my prestige lecture for obtaining an extra-ordinary professorship at the Optentia research program, North-West University, South-Africa (9th of July. 2011).
Informative Hypotheses. How to move beyond classical null hypothesis testing?
This video contains my layman’s talk given prior to my PhD defense, 29 Oct. 2010, Utrecht University, The Netherlands.