On Fred Hasselman‘s initiative, we started a new show where we host a live-streamed discussion on complexity topics. I will gather a list of episodes with synopses in this post.
We discussed Merlijn Olthof’s new paper Complexity in psychological self-ratings: implications for research and practice. Links are found in video comments on the YouTube page, but here are some extras:
- Fabian Dablander’s talk on early warning signals.
- Santa Fe Institute’s Complexity Explorer with great courses on the topic (more general than psychology-related). See especially anything by David Feldman (videos on their YouTube channel, too).
- Paper mentioned: Multifractality Versus (Mono-) Fractality as Evidence of Nonlinear Interactions Across Timescales: Disentangling the Belief in Nonlinearity From the Diagnosis of Nonlinearity in Empirical Data
- The R package casnet (An R toolbox for studying Complex Adaptive Systems and NETworks) was mentioned; you can do a whole bunch of cool stuff with it.
- Matti’s paper (preprint updated recently with transition networks): Studying behaviour change mechanisms under complexity.
- Some resources on machine learning and dynamical systems here (thanks Travis Wiltshire for pointing it out!)
- Lectures from a mini-course and a reading list (see bottom of post)
- Talks from a symposium on complexity in behaviour change matters
- Course slides from CARMA: Critical Appraisal of Research Methods and Analysis
- Me interviewing Fred Hasselman on issues regarding mediation, moderation and interaction