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S4 conference

Overview

Note, for environmental reasons, we will not print the program or abstract. The conference programme and abstract book can now be downloaded here in high resolution and here in a compressed file size.

Day-by-Day Schedule

 

 

 

Day 1 – Pre-conference workshops
9:00 Registration
9:30 Rens van de Schoot

pre-conference workshop – part 1

Gentle Introduction to Bayesian Analysis with Small Samples
11:00 Coffee and Tea Break
11:20 Rens van de Schoot

pre-conference workshop – part 2

Gentle Introduction to Bayesian Analysis with Small Samples
12:30 Lunch
13:00 Registration pre-conference workshop 2
13:30 Milica Miočević

pre-conference workshop – part 1

Mediation Analysis with Small Samples
15:00 Coffee and Tea Break
15:20 Milica Miočević

pre-conference workshop – part 2

Mediation Analysis with Small Samples
16:30 Conclusions day 1 and pre-conference workshops
Day 2 – First day of the conference
8:30 Registration
9:00 Opening by Rens van de Schoot
9:10 Marija Maric  When less is more: Single-case research in youth clinical practice
10:00 Laslo Vincze Problems with power in a mixed ANOVA
10:20 Alan Johnson Ring out the old, Ring in the new: Field Research Designs for New Venture Teams using S4
10:40 Lucy Busija When less is not more: Trials and tribulations of achieving the required sample size in a ‘real-world’ cluster RCT
11:00 Coffee and Tea Break
11:30 Xynthia Kavelaars Going multivariate in clinical trial studies: Increasing efficiency using Bayesian adaptive methods for information sharing
11:50 Fayette Klaassen All for one or some for all? Bayesian evaluation of multiple N=1 hypotheses
12:10 Kimberley Lek Extreme survival guide: what to do with a single person and few observations?
12:30 Lunch and poster round 1
13:30 Patrick Onghena  One by one: The design and analysis of replicated randomized single-case experiments
14:20 Ana Slavec Determining the number of replicates in experimental studies with wood samples: how low can we go?
14:40 Martina McMenamin Improving the efficiency of rare disease trials using composite endpoints
15:00 Coffee and Tea Break
15:30 Tina Nane In and out of sample validation for structured expert judgment – a small sample size analysis
15:50 Leonard Vanbrabant Sample-size reduction by order constraints
16:10 Herbert Hoijtink Small Data is Becoming a Bigger Challenge
16:50 Conclusions day 2 by Milica Miočević
17:00 Drinks (included)
17:30 Dinner (registration is required)
Day 3 – Second day of the conference
9:00 Doors open
9:30 Todd Little  On the Merits of Parceling
10:20 Jan de Neve Regression models for rank tests when samples are small
10:40 Sanne Smid Bayesian SEM with Informative Priors: Precautions and Guidelines
11:00 Coffee and Tea Break
11:30 Marielle Zondervan Searching prior information to solve small sample size issues in SEM
11:50 Marthe Egberts & Duco Veen Increasing power of statistical analyses through collaboration
12:10 Duco Veen & Maartje de Klerk Improving the Assessment of Individual Phoneme Discrimination Performance
12:30 Lunch and poster round 2
13:30 Diana Zavala-Rojas Bayesian Estimation of the True Score Multitrait Multimethod Model with a Split-Ballot Design
13:50 Sara van Erp Shrinkage priors for Bayesian penalized regression: An overview and tutorial using Stan
14:10 Caspar van Lissa MetaForest: Exploring heterogeneity in meta-analysis using insights from machine learning.
14:30

Coffee and Tea Break

15:00 Yves Rosseel Small Sample Solutions for SEM
15:50 Joop Hox  Small Data At Any Level? Problems and Solutions
16:40

Young Researcher Award ceremony

16:45

End day 3

Day 4 – Post-conference workshops


9:00 Registration post-conference workshop 1
9:30 Joop Hox

post-conference workshop part 1

Multilevel Modeling with Small Samples
11:00 Coffee and Tea Break
11:20 Joop Hox

post-conference workshop part 2

Multilevel Modeling with Small Samples
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Registration post-conference workshop 2
13:30 Rens van de Schoot

post-conference workshop part 1

Latent Growth Curve Modeling with Small Samples
15:00 Coffee and Tea Break
15:20 Rens van de Schoot

post-conference workshop part 2

Latent Growth Curve Modeling with Small Samples
16:30 Conclusions day 4 and post-conference workshops

 

 

 

Poster Presentation Schedule

 

 

 

Posters presented at poster round 1 (day 2 of conference)
Ariadna Angulo-Brunet How to handle ordered responses with floor and ceiling effects in SEM using small samples?
Lies Declercq How can methodologists make multilevel modeling more accessible for applied researchers who use single-case experimental designs?
Dino Gibertoni How to correctly perform log-rank tests in a study population of 15 observations and less than 10 events?
Laleh Jamshidi The methodological quality of single-case experimental studies meta-analyses
Mariola  Moeyaert How to Improve Bayesian Estimation When Synthesizing Single-Case Experimental Design Studies’ Random Effects’ Variance Components
Naomi de Ruiter Studying temporal dependence within and between variables for (mixed-method) data with small samples?
Paula Vrolijk How to deal with high attrition in a small complicated data set?
Posters presented at round 2 (day 3 of conference)
Tasha Beretvas How can we obtain unbiased ICC estimates for small sample size datasets?
Shuyang Dong Can latent growth modeling (LGM) and growth mixture modeling (GMM) be used with a sample size around 100?
Ole Gmelin How to deal with small sample sizes at the group-level for Dyadic Data Analysis in Speed-Dating Contexts?
Annegien Langeloo How to analyze a cross-lagged multilevel model to compare two small groups?
Silvia Radulescu How to analyze a sample with few data points per participant in a familiarization paradigm in artificial grammar learning?
Yue Song How to analysis the development of sharing across three waves, also the relationship between parenting and sharing during these waves, using a sample size around 90?
Evalyne Thauvoye Is a Bayesian approach the solution for care transition research? Beyond descriptive analysis in a difficult to reach and drop-out prone population.

 

 

 

 

Conference programme in PDF format. The conference programme and abstract book can now be downloaded here in high resolution and here in a compressed file size.