Instructors of CARMA

Webcast Collection


CARMA will host its Winter Short Courses January 9-11, 2020 at the University of South Carolina’s Darla Moore School of Business. Nine courses will be offered on a variety of introductory and advanced quantitative topics. The distinguished instructors for these courses are nationally/internationally recognized for their research methods teaching experience, and they include a former President of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, a winner of the Research Methods Distinguished Career Award, and editors/associate editors of Organizational Research Methods, Psychological Methods, Journal of Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Business and Psychology, Leadership Quarterly, and Computers in Human Behavior. Each instructor has also given one or more lectures as part of CARMA’s Webcast Series.

To honor their contributions to CARMA, we are excited to offer free of charge and without a CARMA membership requirement unlimited on-demand access to recorded lectures from our instructors. We invite you to view these recordings and experience their expertise and presentation styles, and have a preview of what you can expect from their Short Courses in January. A listing of these instructors, their Short Course topics, and the titles of their Webcast lectures can be found below.

These lectures from our CARMA Video Library will be available until December 20. The deadline for Advanced Registration for our Winter Short Courses is Friday, December 6. To register Instructors of CARMA Webcast Collection, see instructions below.

For more information on CARMA, our Video Library, and our Short Courses visit us at

CARMA Winter Short Course Instructors, Course Titles, and Lecture Titles

“Introduction to R and Data Analysis” – Dr. Scott Tonidandel, University of North Carolina-Charlotte

Webcast Lecture: Text Mining in the Organizational Sciences

“Advanced Data Analysis with R” – Dr. Justin DeSimone, The University of Alabama

Webcast Lecture: Recommendations for Discouraging, Identifying, and Removing Dirty Data in Survey Research

“Introduction to Data Mining with R” – Dr. Jeff Stanton, Syracuse University

Webcast Lecture: Ramp UP Big Data Research and Teaching with R

“Introduction to Statistical Learning with Big Data in R” – Dr. Fred Oswald, Rice University

Webcast Lecture:  Statistical Analysis with Big Data

“Introduction to SEM with LAVAAN” – Dr. Robert Vandenberg, University of Georgia

Webcast Lecture:  Latent Difference Score Models

“Introduction to Multilevel Analysis with R” – Dr. Paul Bliese, University of South Carolina

Webcast Lecture: Panel Data: Methodological Framework and Analytic Tools

“Web Scraping: Data Collection and Analysis” – Dr. Richard Landers, University of Minnesota

Webcast Lecture:  Creating Datasets with Social Media

“Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis with R” – Dr. Ernest O’Boyle, Indiana University

Webcast Lecture: What Moderates Moderators? A Meta-Analysis of Interactions in Management and Applied Psychology Research

“Open Science and R: Principles and Practices” – Dr. George Banks, University of North Carolina Charlotte

Webcast Lecture:  Questionable Research Practices


To access the Instructors of CARMA Webcast Collection:

  1. If you are new to CARMA sign-up as a CARMA Website User to establish your login email and password
  2. Using this information log-in as a Website User, which will take you to your User Area
  3. From the menus on the right, click Purchase Subscription (again, there is no fee)
  4. From the Package Menu, select Instructors of CARMA Webcast Collection
  5. Click Continue and go to your User Area.
  6. You will see a link called “Instructors of CARMA Webcast Collection” in your User Area.
  7. This will take you a page which includes the links of these nine lectures.