CARMA Summer Short Course Program

CARMA Summer Short Course Program at Virginia Commonwealth University

This program (May 17 – May 22, 2010), with two sessions, will be held at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. The topics of eight short courses in this program are listed below:

Session I

May 17 – 19, 2010

“Introduction to Structural Equation Methods”

Dr. Larry Williams

Wayne State University

Session II

May 20 – 22, 2010

“Advanced Topics in Structural Equation Methods”

Dr. Bob Vandenberg, University of Georgia

“Meta-Analysis: Models & Processes”

Dr. Mike McDaniel

Virginia Commonwealth University

Dr. Hannah Rothstein, Baruch College

“Testing Interactions with Linear Regression”

Dr. Herman Aguinis

Indiana University

“Grounded Theory Method & Analysis”

Dr. Karen Locke, College of William & Mary

“Survey Design/Data Collection Using the Internet”

Dr. Jeff Stanton, Syracuse University

“Introduction to Linear Regression”

Dr. Jose Cortina, George Mason University

CARMA Summer Short Course Program at Wayne State University

This program (June 17 – June 19, 2010) will be hosted by Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. The topics of the five short courses are listed below:

“Nonlinear Dynamic Models: Neural Network & Agent Based Analylsis”

Dr. Paul Hanges, University of Maryland

“Repeated Measures/Longitudinal Research”

Dr. Robert Ployhart, University of South Carolina

“Social Network Analysis”

Rich DeJordy, Northeastern University

“Analysis of Limited Dependent Variables”

Dr. Harry Bowen, Queens University of Charlotte

“Multi-Level Measurement”

Dr. James LeBreton, Purdue University

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One Response to “CARMA Summer Short Course Program”

  1. james Says:

    this looks great

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