Talks (a selection of)

Only including those in which I was doing (part of) the talking.

Invited Talks/Workshops

Winter, S. D., Wagenmakers, E.J., & Vandekerckhove, J. (2023, December). Teaching Bayesian Methods in Psychology. Invited panel organized by the Section on Bayesian Education Research and Practice, International Society for Bayesian Analysis. A recording of this panel can be found here: Zoom Recording

Winter, S. D. (2022, March). Creating Dynamic Reports from your Shiny App. Invited talk presented at R-Ladies St. Louis. A recording of this webinar can be found here:

Winter, S. D. (2022, April). Assessing prior-data disagreement in Bayesian SEM. Invited webinar presented at Young Statisticians Europe (YSE). A recording of this webinar can be found here:

Conference Presentations

McCall, C. & Winter, S. D. (2022, July). Using intersectional research methods to examine intervention efficacy. Roundtable Discussion presented at the Annual Conference of the International School Psychology Association (ISPA), Leuven, Belgium.

Winter, S. D. & Depaoli, S. (2021, July). Detecting Misspecification in Latent Growth Models with Bayesian Fit Indices. Talk presented at the International Meeting of the Psychometric Society (IMPS).

Winter, S. D. & Smid, S. (2019, May). Demonstration of an Online Educational Application on Bayesian Default Priors. In R. van de Schoot (chair) Risks of Default Priors in Bayesian Structural Equation Models with Small Samples and Two Approaches on How to Avoid Those Risks. Talk presented at the 31st APS Annual Convention, Washington, DC.

Winter, S. D. & Lek, K. M. (2018, July). Bayesian Approximate Measurement Invariance: For Those Times When You Have Too Little or Too Much Data. Talk presented at VIII European Congress of Methodology, Jena, Germany.

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