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Graduate Recruitment Colloquium
Graduate Recruitment Colloquium 3:30pm, Gilmer 190

DEPARTMENT of PSYCHOLOGY
2019-2020 COLLOQUIUM SERIES
presents

Musings from Gilmer Hall

Evan Giangrande
Clinical Area Graduate Student
“SEM Analysis of the Flynn Effect in a Single Sample”

Bobby Moulder
Quantitative Area Graduate Student
“Tangle: A Complexity Metric for Short Time Series”

Doyle Tate
Developmental Area Graduate Student
“Norms for Lesbian and Gay Parenthood”

Monday, February 10, 2020
3:30 p.m.
Gilmer 190

Coffee/cookies at 3:15pm.
Reception will be held after the talk.

3:30pm, Gilmer 190
 
 
12:30pm, Millmont 123
 
 
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2019-20 Colloquium Series -- Xiao Yang, The Pennsylvania State University
2019-20 Colloquium Series -- Xiao Yang, The Pennsylvania State University 3:30pm, Gilmer 190

Department of Psychology

2019-2020 COLLOQUIUM SERIES

and

The Data Science Institute

present

Xiao Yang, Predoctoral Fellow

PhD candidate in Human Development and Family Studies

The Pennsylvania State University

           

 Modeling Within-Person Regulation Processes Using Networks and Machine Learning

 

My overall research goal is to develop innovative methods to study self-regulatory processes and their implications for long-term development. In this talk, I will introduce three complementary lines that support this goal. In the first line, I will introduce the methods to develop network models and metrics to investigate emotion regulation processes as networks and the empirical evidence that these network structures are associated with mental health. The second line is built upon the first, in which I design network control to manipulate the network structure of regulatory dynamics. I will also discuss how parents/educators can use the designed control strategy to facilitate children’s healthy development. In the third line, with the increasing use of smartphones, I will introduce how to build a pipeline to convert the raw data – screenshots – to multivariate psychological time-series and predict self-regulatory behavior.

 

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

3:30 p.m.

Gilmer 190

 

Coffee/cookies at 3:15pm.

Reception will be held after the talk.

3:30pm, Gilmer 190