Well that’s the short version. The full description of the CWiPP workshop is “an informal workshop on quantitative research methods of the dynamics of childhood wellbeing and the effects of growing up in poverty”.
There will be four 10-15 minute informal talks, followed by discussion.
Speakers and rough topics:
- Andy Dickerson and Gurleen Popli (Economics): (systems of) regressions and structural equation modelling
- Robin Purshouse (Automatic Control and Systems Engineering): Agent-based approaches to modelling social systems
- Richard Rowe (Psychology): behaviour genetics
- Mark Tomlinson (Sociology): neural network analysis
Date/time: Thursday 1st August, 2-4pm
Place: ICoSS Glass meeting room
Places are limited - please register by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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