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Presentations

VISITING PROFESSORSHIPS AND INVITED LECTURES

 


1.Invited speaker. June 2010. Conference on Registers in Sociaal Wetenschappelijk
  Onderzoek, mogelijkheden en valkuilen. Lecture titel: Continuiteit van Zorg. Indicatoren
  van langetermijn zorg in de GGZ.
2.Invited speaker.  December 2010: longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam. Lecture title:
  Mixed mode design: gevolgen voor respons, datakwaliteit en analyses.
3.Invited speaker. Juli 2011. European Survey Research Association. Lecture title : Is a
  mixed-mode approach to reduce attrition in a longitudinal mental health study (NESDA)
  a good idea?
4.Invited speaker. September 2011. Society for longitudinal and life course studies
  international conference. Lecture title: Tje development and conduct of prospective
  psychiatric cohort studies: The NESDA example.
5.Invited speaker (discussant), Masterclass on Methodology. Amsterdam March 31,
  2007.
6.Invited speaker, Vakgroep psychiatrie,GGZ Buitenamstel;. February 28, 2006.
  Lecture title:  “Meetfouten in Psychiatrisch onderzoek”.
7.Invited speaker: Conference on Pretesting Questonnaires, American Statistical
  Association Savanna South Caroline.Lecture  
  Titel: Evaluating survey questions by analysing patterns of behaviour codes and
  question-answer sequences: the diagnostic approach, 2003.
8.Invited speaker, Conference on Survey Nonrespons, American Statistical Association.
  Portland USA. Lecture Title: Persuading reluctant recipients in telephone surveys, 2000.
9.Invited speaker, Central Bureau of Labor statistics November 2000, Washington.
  Lecture Title: Persuading reluctant recipients in  telephone surveys .
10.Invited speaker, Advisory board meeting Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam,
   Schoorl, The Netherlands, March 2000, Lecture title: Respons and data quality in LASA.
11.Invited speaker, Advisory board meeting Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam, Schoorl,
   The Netherlands, March 1995, Lecture title: Respons and data quality in LASA.
12.Invited speaker, November 1990. Lecture title: Studying respondent-interviewer interaction:
   The relationship between interviewing style, interviewer behavior, and response behavior.