- A review of basic concepts of statistical power and effect size
- A simulation-based approach to power analysis
- An overview of how to implement simulations in various popular software programs.
- When information is limited and uncertainty is high
- Buffering power against inaccurate effect size estimates
- Strategies for optimizing power beyond increasing sample size.
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Date and Time
Wednesday, August 8th, 2018
3pm – 4:30pm (US EDT) (In a different time zone?)
About the Instructor
Sean Lane is an assistant professor at Purdue University in the Department of Psychological Sciences. His substantive interests center on emotion regulation processes, their downstream effects on health and relationships, and how they differ between healthy and clinical subgroups. He also develops and applies new quantitative methods in the service of answering such questions. Most recently, he has been interested in developing flexible and robust power analysis tools that can be used to optimize the design of complex longitudinal studies. Sean received a Ph.D. in Psychology from New York University in 2013.
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