Observation-Oriented Modeling: A Common Sense Approach to Modern Data Analysis

DateMarch 23, 2018Time2:00 - 5:00 pm
LocationBaylor Sciences Building, Room B412
DescriptionDr. James W. Grice - Observation-Oriented Modeling: A Common Sense Approach to Modern Data Analysis.

Observation-oriented modeling (OOM) is a class of confirmatory and exploratory data analysis techniques to help behavioral and social scientists focus on individual patterns of behavior. This introductory workshop will focus on describing the OOM framework and using the OOM software with some applied examples.

James W. Grice is professor of psychology at Oklahoma State University where he has taught courses in statistics, psychological testing, personality, and personalism for the past sixteen years. His research has been published in such journals as Multivariate Behavioral Research, Psychological Methods, and the Journal of Personality. His repertory grid software, Idiogrid, has been downloaded by psychologists from over 30 different countries around the world. He is also author of Observation-Oriented Modeling: Analysis of Cause in the Behavioral Sciences (Academic Press, 2011) and the accompanying OOM data analysis software.

The workshop is sponsored by the Office of the Vice Provost for Research and the Psychology and Neuroscience Department

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