Dynamic Modeling Lab


The Dynamic Modeling Lab (DML) develops and evaluates statistical tools that allow social science  researchers to investigate processes as they unfold over time. DML is led by Ellen Hamaker.

DML is part of the Department of Methodology and Statistics, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, at Utrecht University, the Netherlands.


27-02-2023 New pre-print online: Schuurman, N. K. A “Within/Between Problem” Primer: About (Not) Separating Within-Person Variance and Between-Person Variance in Psychology. Pre-print [app]
27-01-2023 Recently accepted manuscript: Berkhout, S. W., Schuurman, N. K., & Hamaker, E. L. (in press) A Tool to Simulate and Visualize Dyadic Interaction Dynamics. Psychological Methods.  [app]


26-04-2023 Workshop: Autoregressive modeling of single subject time series data in Psychology.  Noémi Schuurman, Small is Beautiful {once more} symposium.
26-04-2023 Workshop: Exploratory and confirmatory modeling of unequally spaced time series data. Oisín Ryan, Small is Beautiful {once more} symposium.