Learn to design, analyze
and present data
Apply now for APA’s new Advanced Training Institute,
which offers students and scientists training on the latest
approaches to designing, analyzing and presenting data
from single-case research.
The five-day training program, “Single-Case
Intervention Research: New Developments in
Methodology and Data Analysis,” will be held June 27–
July 1 at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
The APA institutes are intensive weeklong training
programs that expose psychological scientists, postdoctoral
fellows and advanced graduate students to state-of-the-art research methods. Those who attend the “
Single-Case Intervention Research” program will get hands-on experience in planning and designing single-case
intervention studies, and in visually and statistically
analyzing the data using new software. The institute’s co-directors — Thomas R. Kratochwill, PhD, of the University
of Wisconsin–Madison, and Joel R. Levin, PhD, of the
University of Arizona — will also provide individual
consulting sessions throughout the week. APA will select
up to 30 participants. The application deadline is April
APA will also host its popular annual ATI “Nonlinear
Methods for Psychological Science,” June 20–24 at the
University of Cincinnati. This institute teaches methods
of analysis from nonlinear dynamics and complexity
theory and offers first-hand experience in analyzing data
for nonlinear structure. Participants will learn to analyze a
variety of types of data sets. Applications are due April 4;
APA will select up to 25 participants.
Tuition for each ATI ranges from $375 to $1,200, with
students, postdoctoral fellows and APA members paying
lower rates. Financial assistance is also available. APA
arranges for on-campus or nearby housing at competitive
Apply online at www.apa.org/science/resources/ati/
index.aspx. Submit applications electronically through
each institute’s Web page. For more information, contact
Rachel Waldroff at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 336-6000.
Apply now for APA’s Advanced Training Institutes.