This is an update regarding the Amsterdam summer workshop “Bayesian Modeling for Cognitive Science” originally scheduled for August 17-21, 2020. Unfortunately, the ongoing outbreak of COVID19 and the associated international travel restrictions make it impossible to proceed with the workshop as planned. With a heavy heart, we therefore decided to postpone the workshop to next year. We believe that the in-person feedback and the shared learning experience is difficult to recreate in an online learning environment, which is why we made the decision to wait until it is possible to hold workshops in classroom settings again.
As a registered participant for this year’s course you will have a guaranteed spot at the workshop next year. Of course, we will issue a full refund for the workshop fees that were already transferred.
Take care, and we hope to see you in Amsterdam next year.
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About the authors
Angelika Stefan is a PhD candidate at the Psychological Methods group at the University of Amsterdam. At JASP, she contributes to the JASP data library and educational material.
Charlotte Tanis is a PhD candidate at the Psychological Methods Group of the University of Amsterdam.
Eric-Jan (EJ) Wagenmakers is professor at the Psychological Methods Group at the University of Amsterdam. EJ guides the development of JASP.
Michael Lee is professor at the Department of Cognitive Sciences at the University of California, Irvine. He co-organizes the Annual JAGS and WinBUGS Workshop in Amsterdam.