Presenters Chelsea Spencer, M.S., Bryan Cafferky, Ph.D., and Sandra Stith, Ph.D., will begin with a discussion of the importance of selecting an appropriate question to study. Each presenter will talk about how they determine the question they want to answer.
Next, they will provide guidance for choosing key words for your literature search and offer suggestions for careful documentation of articles you include or exclude. They will offer suggestions for developing a code-book to use to enter data and for selecting and training a research team to assist with searches and coding. They will then discuss which software they use to conduct their meta-analyses and how the software helps them in their work.
Finally, the presenters will suggest ways to ensure that a meta-analysis for which you work so hard to collect data can become the beginning of a trajectory for an ongoing research agenda.
Approved for 1.5 CFLE contact hour of continuing education credit.
Webinar date: October 11, 2017Register
In this webinar, Alan Acock, Ph.D., shares information from a chapter on Item Response Theory (IRT) from the 5th edition of his book, A Gentle Introduction to Stata. IRT is widely used in computer adaptive testing, such as the SAT test, and offers many advantages over traditional summated scales such as Likert-type scales.
Approved for 2 CFLE contact hours of continuing education credit.
Approved for 1 CFLE contact hours of continuing education credit.
Webinar date: Oct. 16, 2015Register
In this webinar series, you'll receive an introduction to Structural Equation Modeling using Stata, a statistical software program, with Alan Acock, Ph.D. No experience using Stata is assumed. You'll participate in four 1.75-hour webinars focusing on four types of statistical analyses.
Approved for 7 CFLE contact hours of continuing education credit.
Webinar date: Sept. - Oct. 2014Register
In this webinar Dr. Alan Hawkins, Ph.D., and Jennifer Jay, M.MFT, LCMFT, discuss methodology for conducting a Systematic Literature Review and subsequent Meta-analysis. The Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) is used as a guide for conducting a Systematic Literature Review and Meta-analysis. The presentation wraps up with specific examples provided on Meta-Analyses conducted by Dr. Hawkins.
Approved for 1 CFLE contact hour of continuing education credit.
Webinar date: April 29, 2014Register