CenterStat Partners with APA to Offer Free Training on Intensive Longitudinal Data

With the evolution and ever greater penetration of smartphones, other personal electronic devices, and wearable technologies, scientists are increasingly able to collect and analyze Intensive Longitudinal Data (ILD). The extensive sampling of observations for each person in ILD provides researchers with unique opportunities to study psychological processes as they unfold in real time. To help participants learn more about how to conduct research with ILD, Centerstat has partnered with APA to offer a series of brief training sessions on the collection and analysis of intensive longitudinal data in psychological research.

The full program is available for free (to both APA members and non-members), and links to individual sessions are provided below. Sessions will be livestreamed and recordings will be made available to all those who registered approximately two weeks after each live seminar. The lecture materials for the last three sessions, delivered by Dan Bauer & Patrick Curran, are available here.

Participants who decide to pursue more in depth training on ILD after attending these seminars may wish to consider enrolling in our full workshops on Multilevel Modeling (by Dan Bauer and Patrick Curran) and Analyzing Intensive Longitudinal Data (by Jean-Philippe Laurenceau and Niall Bolger)

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