7 new papers on network replicability

Since replication, replicability, and generalizability have become such important topics in the field of network psychometrics — arguably the topic of the year 2017 — I want to highlight seven new papers that came out in the last weeks on the topic. 7 papers on replicability Fried et al. 2017 …

Network models do not replicate … not.

When I see limitations in published network papers that I find sufficiently relevant to address, I discuss the papers here, and try to provide ways forward. For instance, Madhoo & Levine (2016) drew inferences from visually inspecting their networks, which inspired me to write a tutorial blog post on the …

Network replicability: a cross-cultural PTSD study across of clinical datasets

Let’s start with a teaser: This blog post is a summary of the first psychological network study ever looking at the replicability of network models in 4 datasets, with a total N of 2,782 (Preprint). The paper is fully reproducible, and includes the covariance matrices of the four datasets so …

R tutorial: power issues & robustness of network models

A new paper by Mohammad Afzali and colleagues was published a few days ago in the Journal of Affective Disorders, entitled “A Network Approach to the Comorbidity between Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Major Depressive Disorder: the Role of Overlapping Symptoms”. The authors estimate the network structure of 36 symptoms in …