Date(s) - 10/20/2017 - 10/21/2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Meta-analysis is and has become a widely used method for synthesizing results across studies in the social and behavioral sciences and medicine, as well as several physical sciences, such as ecology. This course will provide hands-on instruction in conducting all aspects of a meta-analysis, including: the systematic nature of the study search and retrieval process; systematic coding and data extraction; computation of various effect size types; and the estimation of both fixed and random-effects meta-analysis models.
This in-depth class on meta analysis explores the method in finding research is intended for researchers in any field who want to learn how to read and understand results across a variety of studies. The course does require some knowledge of introductory statistics.
The two-day seminar will be taught by Dr. David Wilson and is available for registration HERE.
Additional course material and information can be located HERE.