Presentations

This is a selection of talks and workshops I gave in the last years. I am happy to send along other presentations as well; see CV for a complete list.

2018

  • APS, talk: “Common Measurement Problems in Psychology: The Example of Major Depression” (slides)
  • Leiden University: “Symptomics: a novel research framework to understand and model mental illness” (slides)

2017

  • DPPD Munich, keynote: “What are psychological constructs such as personality traits, intelligence, or mental disorders — and how to best model them” (slides)
  • University of Sussex, invited lecture: “Symptomics: a novel research framework to study mental disorders” (slides)
  • APS, 2 talks: “Replicability and generalizability of PTSD networks: a cross-cultural multisite study of PTSD symptoms in four samples of trauma patients” and “Regularized partial correlation networks for modeling psychopathology data: strengths, limitations, and future directions” (slides)
  • ABCT, 3 talks: “The network approach to psychopathology: where do we come from, and where do we go?”, “Studying dynamical processes: vector autoregressive models for psychopathological time-series data”, and “Testing the limits: a network analysis of 74 schizotypal items in 27,000 participants” (slides)
  • SYMPCA, keynote: “Symptomics: studying symptoms and their network configurations” (Slides)
  • DPPD Munich, keynote: “What are psychological constructs such as personality traits, intelligence, or mental disorders — and how to best model them?” (Slides)
  • ICPS Vienna: 3 talks on depression heterogeneity, different conceptual approaches to depression research, and depression symptomics. (Slides)
  • Psychological Networks Amsterdam Winter School, keynote: “Introduction to psychological networks” (Slides)

2016

  • University of Utrecht, invited lecture: “The network theory of psychopathology”. (Slides)
  • APS, talk: “How to increase robustness and replicability in psychopathological network research” (Slides)
  • Center for Neurogenomics and Cognitive Research at VU University Amsterdam, invited lecture: “Psychiatric Symptomics: a novel research paradigm to study Major Depression” (Slides)

Older than 2016

  • ABCT, talk: “What are ‘good’ depression symptoms? A novel perspective based on the network framework” (Slides)
  • ICPS, talk: “From Loss to Loneliness: The Relationship Between Bereavement and Depressive Symptoms” (Slides)
  • Lectures in Psychology Series, University of Leuven: “Depression is more than the sum-score of its symptoms: A novel network approach to understanding depression” (Slides)
  • ISAD, talk: “The impact of individual depressive symptoms on impairment of psychosocial functioning” (Slides)

And here is a video of a talk I gave at the Center of Evolution and Medicine at Arizona State University in 2015.