APS 2018: Collection of all network presentations

APS 2018 — the conference of the Association for Psychological Science in San Francisco, May 2018 — featured many talks on the topics complex systems, time-series models, network models, and modeling intensive longitudinal data assessed via experience sampling. I promised to collect all slides I could hunt down, and want …

Collection of PTSD network papers & recent conference talks

This guest post was written by Tobias Spiller (tobias.r.spiller@gmail.com) who recently finished Medical School at the University of Zurich. Tobias has published a paper using network analysis with a refugee sample and currently works on several other network analytic projects. Last year, 15 articles using network analytic methods in PTSD/psychotraumatology …

Presentations of IMPS 2017 Zurich

This guest post was written by Sacha Epskamp (sacha.epskamp@gmail.com) who recently finished his PhD on Network Psychometrics at the University of Amsterdam. Sacha is well known for his various contributions to the development and application of network models, and for his numerous R-packages such as qgraph. As rain and students …

Network analysis innovations at APS Boston 2017: summary and slides

APS 2017 in Boston just ended, with plenty of insightful talks about new developments in network methodology and application of network analysis to substantive topics. For those of you who couldn’t be there, I wanted to provide a summary of the topics that were discussed, and upload all presentations I …

Collected presentations of ABCT 2016 network talks

The Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) has traditionally been a conference of clinical research with a limited amount of methodological talks. This year, there were a number of symposia on network research, focusing on both idiographic and nomothetic aspects, although the majority of talks used regularized partial correlation …

Network talks at ABCT convention, October 27-30 New York

The Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) hosts its 50-year anniversary conference in New York City in a few days. I browsed through the program and found 4 different symposia in which presenters will talk about empirical psychopathological network research, covering eating and weight disorders, OCD, anxiety disorders, and …