Intensive Longitudinal Data

Organizer: Sabine Sonnentag

Date & time: 15 March 2024 (10:00 a.m. – 05:00 p.m.)
Location: University of Mannheim (room TBA)


The idea is to bring together SMiP researchers who work with ESM or diary data to discuss questions, pressing problems, and potential solutions. This discussion is not limited to data-analysis issues; questions regarding study planning can also be addressed.


Details will be announced soon.

Diffusion Models (and related models) II

Organizer: Andreas Voss

External guest: Trisha van Zandt

Date & time: 11 & 12 October 2024 (11:00 a.m. – 02:00 p.m.)
Location: Kloster Neustadt (Waldstraße 145, 67434 Neustadt an der Weinstraße)


More details will be announced soon (via email).

Diffusion (and related) Models

Organizer: Andreas Voss

Date & time: 22 & 23 September (11:00 a.m. – 02:00 p.m.)
Location: Kloster Neustadt (Waldstraße 145, 67434 Neustadt an der Weinstraße)


Franziska Henrich: The 7-parameter diffusion model

Tuba Hato: Investigating Model Misspecification of Lévy Flights

Lasse Elsemüller: Comparing Bayesian Hierarchical Evidence Accumulation Models with BayesFlow

Lukas Schumacher: A Tutorial to Bayesian Estimation of Non-Stationary Cognitive Models

Julia Liss: It's just noise... or is it? The psychological meaning of the stability parameter of the Lévy flight model

Chris Donkin (LMU Munich): Keynote: Getting rid of Bias in Decision Making

Shanqing Gao: Predictions influence scene gist recognition? A diffusion model analysis

Paul Kelber: Modeling temporal-order judgment in an evidence-accumulation framework: An outlook

Parker Smith: The Nonlinear Extension of DMC: Accomodating Neutral Condition Behavior in Models of Cognitive Control

Andrea Kiesel: Presentation of Katja Pollak's dissertation project

Mischa von Krause: A multiverse analysis of the relationship between decision process model parameters and age

Modeling Heterogeneity of Response Processes

External Guest: Holger Brandt (University of Tübingen)

Date & time: 13 March 2023 (10:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.)
Location: Campus Mannheim (B6, 30–32, Room 108 – Computer Lab)


Kilian Hasselhorn: The effects of questionnaire length on response styles in ambulatory assessment

Emre Alagöz: Modeling within- and between-person heterogeneity in response strategies

Steven Bißantz: Do common scale modifications affect direct replications? A cross-disciplinary multi-sample replication experiment

Marcel Schmitt: Exploring within-person and between-person variability in qualitative emotional granularity with mixture latent Markov factor analysis

Viola Merhof: Modeling dynamic response strategy changes in survey responding