News and Updates
In May of 2020, Dan Bauer and Patrick Curran offered a free-of-charge three-day livestreaming course titled Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling. There were 3,000 participants from 38 countries and six continents. Because many people were unable to register at the time, we are now offering the recordings and materials from this three-day class for just $49 (simply to cover infrastructure costs) within our new Just-in-Time self-paced online statistics training platform. In the short video below, Dan and Patrick describe the Just-in-Time Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling workshop.Read More
We’ve often been asked if we could offer a class on the foundations of research methods and design. We’re thus excited to offer Applied Research Design Using Mixed Methods by Greg Guest, acclaimed research scientist and instructor (and proud Canadian). Below, Greg tells us about his background, his class, and what he hopes participants will gain from taking the workshop.Read More
For the first time, CBA will be hosting a Fall online workshop series this December, including a new 2-day workshop on Applied Research Design using Mixed Methods from acclaimed instructor Greg Guest. The course schedule is
- December 2-4: Introduction to Multilevel Modeling
- December 7-8: Applied Research Design using Mixed Methods
- December 9-11: Introduction to Longitudinal Structural Equation Modeling
- December 14-16: Introduction to Network Analysis
- December 14-16: Introduction to Mixture Modeling and Latent Class Analysis
See our Training page for a general description of our teaching philosophy, course reviews and sample course notes.Read More
Patrick Curran and Greg Hancock have dedicated a recent episode of their quantitative methods podcast, Quantitude, to diversity and equity in academia. As part of their summer Quanti•Qamp episode series, they welcome special guest Dr. A. Nayena Blankson, Professor of Psychology at Spelman College, to discuss how we can capitalize on the current national conversation about race and equity to enhance diversity in both academia in general and in the quantitative sciences in particular.
The episode is titled Enhancing Diversity in the Quantitative Sciences and may be downloaded using all major podcast services or directly from buzzsprout.com/639103.Read More
From May 6 to 8, CBA conducted a free 3-day Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling webinar, drawing participants from all around the world. Just for fun, we generated the map below to show the countries of origin of participants. To receive notices about future workshop offerings like this, follow us on twitter or facebook or subscribe to our newsletter (“Receive Email Updates” in page footer).