Meta-Analysis Workshop Registration Information May 18th & 19th, 2017
Workshop Registration Information for May 18th & 19th, 2017
This workshop is sponsored through the Department of Psychological Sciences of Kent State University.
Location: Kent State University Main Campus
Thursday, May 18
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. in Kent Hall Annex Room 102
Noel Card, Ph.D.
Professor of Human Development & Family Studies
University of Connecticut
Dr. Noel Card is Professor of Human Development and Family Studies at the University of Connecticut, http://familystudies.uconn.edu/noel-card/. His research interests are in developmental science and quantitative methods. His developmental research has focused primarily on child and adolescent social development, with specific interests in aggression, peer relationships, and character strengths. His methodological interests include structural equation modeling, longitudinal analysis, and meta-analysis. He is the author of Applied Meta-Analysis for Social Science Research (2012, Guilford Press) http://www.guilford.com/books/Applied-Meta-Analysis-for-Social-Science-Research/Noel-Card/9781462525003 .
This two-day workshop on Meta-Analysis will guide attendees through the major steps of meta-analysis, including the reasons for meta-analysis, searching and coding the literature, basic analyses, and write-up. Participants are expected to have a working knowledge of ANOVA and/or multiple regression. Instruction consists primarily of lecture, though we will reserve the last hour of each day for individual or small-group consultation. The emphasis will be practical with minimal emphasis on statistical underpinnings. The material will be presented independent of any specific computer program; instead, participants will learn to conduct analyses using software with which they are familiar (e.g., Excel, SPSS, SAS, R).
By the end of this seminar, attendees will learn the necessary tools to conduct a publishable meta-analysis. This seminar will also equip students to understand and critically evaluate meta-analyses that they read. Finally, this seminar can serve as the foundation for learning more advanced topics in meta-analysis.
KSU Faculty & Staff $250
KSU Graduate Students $100
Non-KSU Faculty & Staff / Industry Professionals $350
Non-KSU Graduate Students $150
Registration will be open until April 30th. Please register by visiting our registration site.
The address for this workshop is:
Kent State University
Department of Psychological Sciences
102 Kent Hall Annex
Kent, Ohio 44242
Kent State University Hotel & Conference Center
215 S. Depeyster Street, Kent, OH 44240
(330) 346-0100 or http://www.kentstatehotel.com/
Please reference group code META and KSU Meta-Analysis Workshop when calling for a discounted rate and note that this hotel is walking distance to the workshop. The number of rooms are limited, so book early.
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