On this page you can find all the courses and tracks offered by the Utrecht Summer School. Detailed information is published on all individual course pages.
5 course(s) found
NOTE: this course is fully booked! New applicants will be placed on a waiting list. This is a four-day course on how to study dynamics in intensive longitudinal data, such as ambulatory assessments (AA), experience sampling method (ESM) data, ecological momentary assessments (EMA), real time data capture, observational data or electronic daily diaries. We provide a tour of diverse modeling approaches for such data and the philosophies behind…
As an advanced training in Cognitive Neuropsychology, the course aims to teach PhD students how to collect and interpret patient data in order to test cognitive theories and build cognitive models. The emphasis will be on 'doing research'. Candidates will get an acquaintance with standard neuropsychological testing, will be shown examples of patients cases, case statistics and will build, run and analyse their own experiment. A special training…
Our society depends on plants. Experimental Plant Sciences study the fundamental life processes of plants at different organizational levels, from molecules and cells to whole plants and ecosystems. The goal of these studies is to understand how plants develop and how they function in, and adapt to, continuously changing and often hostile environments. In this summer school, an attractive program is provided in which experts in the field will…
This course provides an introduction in advanced exposure assessment in environmental epidemiology. This course’s main theme is advanced exposure assessment in environmental epidemiology. In this course advanced exposure assessment methods will be introduced, discussed and applied in lectures, case studies and computer practicals.
This course has been postponed until 2023. It is scheduled to take place from 28 August – 1 September 2023. It will be possible to register for the course from December 2022 onwards This course in ‘advanced survey design’ takes students beyond the introductory courses and will discuss the state of the art in both the design and the analysis of survey data. We discuss new ways to analyse modern surveys, including non-probability survey designs,…