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en  Symposium on Causality 2006

Speakers: Prof. Dr. Rolf Steyer et al.

Summer term 2006, Conference, Course length: 18.75 hours, Language: English, Topic: Analysis of causal effects

Symposium: "Analysis of causal effects in experimental and quasi-experimental designs"

From July 7 to 9, 2006 was held a conference at the "Altes Schloss Dornburg" near Jena.

Aim of the symposium were
  1. to present and discuss the state of the art in design and analysis of experiments and quasi-experiments from the perspectives of different research traditions and disciplines,
  2. to bring together the proponents of two research traditions, which deal with the design and analysis of experiments and quasi-experiments,
  3. to bring together different disciplines dealing with the analysis of causal effects.

Organisational frame

There were 7 focus presentations, which were discussed and commented by two discussants. These was followed by an open discussion with all participants. Furthermore, there were some poster sessions, in which other participants have presented their work on the analysis of causal effects.

For further information, please visit the website of the Symposium on Causality 2006.



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Videos


  Thursday, July 6 Friday, July 7 Saturday, July 8 Sunday, July 9
09:00 - 10:00   Focus lecture Cook
Video 01
Video 01 with slides
Focus lecture Steyer
Video 05
Video 05 with slides
Focus lecture West
Video 09
10:00 - 10:40   Invited discussion
(Chacon-Mosoco & Rubin)
Video 01
Video 01 with slides
Invited discussion
(Erdfelder & West)
Video 05
Video 05 with slides
Invited discussion
(Cook, Markus & Rubin)
Video 09
Video of discussion by
Keith A. Markus with slides
10:40 - 11:10   Open discussion
Video 01
Video 01 with slides
Open discussion
Video 05
Video 05 with slides
Open discussion
Video 09
11:10 - 11:30   Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break
11:30 - 12:30   Poster session
Pohl & Vautier
Video 02
Video 02 with slides
Poster session
Höfler, Iseler,
Nagengast & Partchev
Video 06
Video 06 with slides
Poster session
Sanduvete Chaves et al.,
Hartenstein & Orth et al.
Video 10
Video 10 with slides
12:30 - 14:00   Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break
14:00 - 15:00   Focus lecture Rubin
Video 03
Video 03 with slides
Focus lecture Reichardt
Video 07
Video 07 with slides
General discussion
Video 11
15:00 - 15:40   Invited discussion
(Cook & Steyer)
Video 03
Video 03 with slides
Invited discussion
(Pickles & Rässler)
Video 07
Video 07 with slides
General discussion
Video 11
15:40 - 16:10   Open discussion
Video 03
Video 03 with slides
Open discussion
Video 07
Video 07 with slides
General discussion
Video 11
16:10 - 16:30   Coffee break Coffee break  
16:30 - 17:30   Focus lecture Pickles
Video 04
Video 04 with slides
Focus lecture Shadish
Video 08
Video 08 with slides
Excursion to Weimar
17:30 - 18:10   Invited discussion
(Fitzenberger & Shadish)
Video 04
Video 04 with slides
Invited discussion
(Reichardt & Wegscheider)
Video 08
Video 08 with slides
 
18:10 - 18:40   Open discussion
Video 04
Video 04 with slides
Open discussion
Video 08
Video 08 with slides
 
19:00       Farewell dinner
19:30 Welcome reception   Conference dinner  
20:30   Guided tour through Jena    


Material related to the contributions


Focus presentations

Thomas D. Cook

Andrew Pickles

Chip Reichardt

Donald B. Rubin

William R. Shadish

Rolf Steyer

Stephen G. West


Discussions

Karl Wegscheider


Poster sessions

Sven Hartenstein

Michael Höfler

Albrecht Iseler

Benjamin Nagengast

Ulrich Orth et al.

Steffi Pohl

Susana Sanduvete Chaves et al.

Stéphane Vautier