Teaching - Developing your research project and Open Science.

A very brief post to highlight a session which I gave last week to our 3rd year bachelor project students, slides can be found here here. Probably, I am not the best person to deliver such a session, as I wouldn’t qualify myself as being very theoretically rigorous. Then again,... [Read More]
Tags: Teaching, Research project, Open Science, Thesis

Youtube screencast online and exercise 5 meta-analysis online.

A very brief post to indicate that, if and when possible, I’ll generate some screencasts for my classes of my advanced quantitative methods course. You can find the first set here. I apologise for my terrible voice (and accent). Hopefully, it is of use to some. [Read More]
Tags: Teaching, Statistics, Meta-analysis, Youtube

Talk at LECH, UFRN (Natal, Brazil)

Just a very quick post, to tell you that I am giving a talk at UFRN. You’ll notice that this is actually largely the same talk I gave at LSHTM in London, which is also why I kept this link. In this talk, I review my work on egocentric social... [Read More]
Tags: Research, Personality, exciting-stuff, Networks, GENSI

Workshop in Brazil.

Just a quick post, to tell you that I am giving a workshop in Natal (Brazil). It was a learning curve and I learned a lot about meta-analyses, including how to improve my own (captain hindsight,…)! There are 6 sessions where I’ll cover all the bits and bobs, and currently... [Read More]
Tags: Teaching, Statistics, exciting-stuff, Meta-analysis

Talk at LSHTM

Just a quick post, to tell you that I am giving a talk at LSHTM. This was perhaps a bit of a rush job (still feeling the post-conference blues from EHBEA @ Toulouse). In this talk, I review my work on egocentric social networks. All the relevant papers including preprints... [Read More]
Tags: Research, Personality, exciting-stuff, Networks, GENSI