Course information

Course title
Complexity Methods for Behavioural Science: A toolbox for studying change
University / Organization
Radboud University
City
Nijmegen
Country
The Netherlands
Academic level
Both Msc and PhD
Language
English
School
Address
Course director
Course lecturer(s)
Fred Hasselman Assistant Professor School of Pedagogical and Educational Sciences Radboud University
Course aim
After this course you will be able to: - Simulate linear, nonlinear and coupled dynamics using simple models. - Conduct (multi-fractal) Detrended Fluctuation Analysis and related techniques to quantify global and local scaling relations. - Conduct Recurrence Quantification Analysis and related techniques to quantify temporal patterns, synchronisation and coupling direction. - Conduct analyses on (multiplex) Recurrence Networks to quantify structure and dynamics of (multivariate) time series.
Course contents / programme
A unique introduction to research methods developed to study complex adaptive dynamical systems and networks. Get hands-on experience applying a new, powerful analytic toolbox to time and trial series of human behaviour and physiology.
Required Knowledge and preparation
Teaching methods
Assessment
Course type
Summer School
Consecutive days
Yes
Online course
No
Duration (net days)
5
Credits
2 ECTS credits
Course fee
€ 400 for master students and PhD candidates € 600 for Post-doc and professionals
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