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  • 1. Welcome to Methodology & Statistics in Psychology Mark de Rooij Leiden University - Psychological Institute Methodology and Statistics Unit
  • 2. Coordinator and Mentor.Mark de RooijLeiden University - Psychological InstituteMethodology and Statistics UnitRoom 3B14Tel: 071-5274102rooijm@fsw.leidenuniv.nlAs your mentor I would like to have a talk with you in the week of September 10 -14.There is a Master’s Program Committee (MOC) that controls the quality of all masterprogrammes in Psychology. We seek one representative of the M&S students.
  • 3. M&S in Psychology - The first block of semester IThe courses • Categorical data analysis - Monday 13.00 till 15.00. Start Monday 3rd. Professor: Hailemichael Worku http://www.fsw.leidenuniv.nl/psychologie/organisatie/meth/medewerkers/workuhm.html • Introduction to R - Thursday 9.00 till 11.00. Start Thursday 6th. Professor: Cor Ninaber. http://www.fsw.leidenuniv.nl/psychologie/organisatie/meth/medewerkers/cor-ninaber.html • Multilevel analysis - Tuesday 13.00 till 15.00. Start Tuesday 4th. Professor: Mark de Rooij http://www.fsw.leidenuniv.nl/psychologie/organisatie/meth/medewerkers/rooijmjde.htmlMultilevel Analysis is an elective course. NOTE: The first class is re-scheduled to thursday6th, 11.00 - 13.00..
  • 4. Internship & ThesisIn October we will organize a session with information about Internship and Thesis possi-bilities.The Internship (10 ECTS) is scheduled from March 1st 2012 till April last. The internshiphas to be arranged before January 2012.The Thesis (20 ECTS) is scheduled from May first till the end of the academic year.Choose a topic before Christmas, already talk with a possible supervisor so that youcan start a literature study in January (Education free month).