Ed Daly, professor of educational psychology, led a Nov. 15 presentation in the Fall 2019 Methodology Applications Series. His presentation, “Single-Case Experimental Designs: Can You Really Conduct a True Experiment With So Few Participants?” is now available on video.
For the past 15 years, the Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools has worked tirelessly to impact lives by conducting, supporting and sharing high-quality research in the social, behavioral and educational sciences.
For the next 15 years, the center has no plans to slow down.
For early childhood researchers, sharing a study’s findings with the public is a key element of their work. But a myriad of considerations can sometimes make the process confusing.
More than a dozen early childhood researchers gathered Oct. 29 for the NAECR Knowledge presentation, “Making Your Data Publicly Available.” Erica DeFrain and Leslie Delserone of University Libraries joined Jeffrey Stevens, associate professor of psychology, to lead a discussion about best practices for releasing research data to the public.
Interpersonal violence affects an untold number of Nebraskans. Too often, victims of physical, sexual and psychological violence, especially among youth and minority populations, do not have adequate support. And communities may lack appropriate training to safely intervene when those they care about are at risk for intimate partner abuse.
The first NAECR Networking event of the fall semester was Sept. 26 at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. More than 40 attended in person and via Zoom video conferencing to hear a presentation about global child development by Dr. Hiro Yoshikawa.
James Bovaird, director of the Nebraska Academy for Methodology, Analytics and Psychometrics, led the first presentation of the Fall 2019 Methodology Applications Series Sept. 20.
His presentation, “Cluster Randomized Trials in Education: Lessons Learned, Migraines Overcome, and Crises Averted,” is now available on video.
A new platform is available to streamline the process of building connections and identifying research collaboration opportunities among Nebraska faculty in the social, behavioral and educational sciences.
The Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families & Schools has launched the CYFS Research Network, an online hub that makes it easier to connect with diverse researchers, discover their expertise and explore their work.