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Presenter dr. Mark van Rooij outlined how in every step of research different choices have to be made and has discussed how we could set up a predictive investigation. The meeting was chaired by prof. Michiel Westenberg.
On 31 January 2014 Professor Willem Heiser (Psychology) was awarded the distinction of Knight in the Order of the Dutch Lion.
Four talented students will have the opportunity to progress smoothly from their master’s study programme into a research career. Master’s students in Applied Statistics can compete for one quarter of the € 800,000 grant recently awarded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). The students get to choose their supervisor via speed-dating.
Prediction of disease classes using resting state neuroimaging data: application of new statistical learning tools.
Cor Ninaber started his PhD with the Methodology and Statistics group just a couple of weeks ago. Cor Ninaber studied the psychology master specialization of Methodology and Statistics at Leiden University. Ninaber focused his master thesis on the field of multinomial classification, and completed an internship at TNO Quality of Life.
On the 21st of April 2010, Frank Busing defended his PhD Thesis on Advances in Multidimensional Unfolding. Busing was born in Amsterdam, graduated in 1983 from the Fioretti College in Lisse and studied Child and Education Studies (propedeuse 1987) and Psychology (degree in 1993) at Leiden University. In 2000 he received his qualification to teach at primary schools from the Hogeschool IPABO in Amsterdam
Dr. Hsiu-Ting Yu from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) has recently started working on the Vidi Project "Modelling individual differences in change".