2015-2016 Quantitative Psychology Brown Bag Series


The quantitative psychology brown bag series intends to serve as an informal forum to promote recent technical developments in quantitative psychology and other related disciplines and to discuss methodological issues that substantive researchers may encounter in their research.


For inquiries, please contact Heungsun Hwang (heungsun.hwang[at]mcgill.ca).


Fall 2015

Location: Stewart Biological Sciences Building S2/2

Time: Thursdays 3:00 4:00 pm





October 1

Sunmee Kim

A simulation study for comparing the performance of generalized structured component analysis and partial least squares path modeling

Psychology, McGill

October 15

Fei Gu

A state space approach to two-set canonical correlation analysis and related concepts

Psychology, McGill

October 29

Daniel Benjamin

The coupled impacts of conflict and imprecision from multiple forecasts [abstract]


Medicine, McGill


November 12

Hao Wu

Identifying models in invariance testing for ordered categorical data

Psychology, Boston College


November 29


Brenda Siokhoon Tay-Lim


UNESCO Institute for Statistics


December 10


Ji Yeh Choi

Functional parallel factor analysis for functions of multidimensional arguments [abstract]

Psychology, McGill





Winter 2016

Location: TBA

Time: TBA





January 21





February 4






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March 17





March 31






April 14