Taste of Methodology is a series of brief semiannual workshops offering faculty an efficient way to assess a the potential of a methodological approach for their research.
Brown bag seminars are weekly presentations and discussions about new and ongoing methodological research.
Spring 2015 Schedule
PAMT trains graduate students and post-docs in the integration of prevention and statistical methodology. PAMT is a collaboration between Penn State's Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Center and The Methodology Center.Read more or apply
Every year, The Methodology Center’s offers three, one-credit courses in research methodology that provide an advanced introduction to a specific advanced methodological topic.
Topic: An Introduction to Time-Varying Effect Modeling
Presenters: Stephanie Lanza and Sara Vasilenko
Date: June 11-12, 2015
View a list of upcoming workshops, talks, and trainings by Methodology Center researchers.
Latent Class Analysis (LCA)
Latent Transition Analysis (LTA)
Intensive Longitudinal DataTime-Varying Effect Model (TVEM)
Adaptive InterventionsSequential, Multiple Assignment, Randomized Trials (SMART)
Optimizing InterventionsMultiphase Optimization Strategy (MOST)
High-Dimensional Data Analysis
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Taste of Methodology
Prevention and Methodology Training (PAMT) Program
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