DMPR 2016
ORIENTATION TRAINING PROGRAM ON DATA ANALYTICS IN PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH


August 11-12, 2016
Organized by
Psychology Research Unit
INDIAN STATISTICAL INSTITUTE
Kolkata - 700108

Theme

Psychological data are very complex to analyze and interpret because of its hidden structure. It is easily affected by random errors of individual differences, differences in situations and by the interaction of individual and environment. Another significance of psychological data is multi-dimensionality. One construct is assessed through multiple sub-constructs. Again, each sub-construct is assessed through multiple consistent attributes. For prediction, psychology follows system approach and big data. Traditional statistical tools sometimes fail to capture the gamut of psychological functions implied in the data. In this connection, data mining from big data warehouse is important. Padma Vibhushan, Professor C.R. Rao, Professor of the University of Buffalo defined big data as massive amounts of very high dimension and unstructured data which are continuously produced and stored with much cheaper cost than they are used to be. The massive samples in big data are typically aggregated from multiple sources at different time points using different technologies. Some of the static big psychological data are psychiatric case history records, answer sheets of Board level examination, selection test, data of disability, health insurance data, crime research data, industrial data. Social networking sites like Facebook, twitter, you tube are dynamic data warehouse.

FINAL SCHEDULE


DateTimeEventResource Person
11.8.16 (Thursday) 9-30:10-00 AMRegistration at New Academic Building (NAB-1)
10-00:10-15AMInauguration at NAB-1 Invocation
Inauguration: Prof.Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay, Director, ISI,

About the Social Sciences Division and Psychology Research Unit
:Prof.Manoranjan Pal, Prof-in-charge, Social Sciences Division,Indian Statistical Institute.

Purpose of the training programme::Dr. Debdulal Dutta Roy, Psychology Research Unit,Indian Statistical Institute,Kolkata


Vote of thanks:

10-15:11-00AMKEY NOTE ADDRESS:Professor S.P. Mukherjee, (Centenary Professor of Statistics at the University of Calcutta, Prof P V Sukhatme Awardee for Senior Statisticians and P C Mahalanobis Birth Centenary Awardee, Mentor of the indian association for Productivity, Quality & Reliability.
11-00:11-15AMHigh tea & Photo session
11-15:12-15 PMTechnical Session at NAB-1INTRODUCTION TO DATA MINING

-Professor Smarajit Bose,Interdisciplinary Statistical Research Unit,Indian Statistical Institute,Kolkata.
12-15:1-15 PMTechnical Session at NAB-1INTRODUCTION TO DATA MINING
Topic:MINING & ANALYTICS WITH HIGH QUALITY BIG DATA IN PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE: AN INTROSPECTION
--Dr.Prasun Das.SQC & OR Unit (SQC & OR),Indian Statistical Institute,Kolkata
1-15:2-00 PMLunch
2-00:3-00 PMTechnical Session at NAB-1PSYCHOLOGICAL DATA SCIENCE, FILE MANAGEMENT,VARIABLE AND CASE MANAGEMENT,DATA VISUALIZATION THROUGH SPSS
-Dr.Debdulal Dutta Roy, Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute,Kolkata
3-00:3-15PMCoffee Break
3-15:4-15 PMTechnical Session at NAB-1DATA DIMENSION REDUCTION ANALYSIS
Factor analysis
-Professor Sumitra Purkayastha, Applied Statistics Unit (ASU), KOLKATA.
4-15:5-15 PMTechnical Session at NAB-1DATA DIMENSION REDUCTION ANALYSIS
Factor analysis
--Professor Amita Pal,Interdisciplinary Statistical Research Unit,Indian Statistical Institute,Kolkata
12.8.2016 (Friday)9-00:10-00AMTechnical Session at NAB-1SPSS FOR DATA DIMENSION REDUCTION
-Dr.Debdulal Dutta Roy.Psychology Research Unit,Indian Statistical Institute,Kolkata.
10-00:10-15 AMHigh tea
10-15:12-15PMTechnical Session at NAB-1SENTIMENT ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL MEDIA DATA
-Prof.Saumyadipta Pyne,Indian Institute of Public Health, Hyderabad
12-15:1-15PM.EXAMINATION30 Multiple choice questions. 50% is the cut-off marks to get evaluation based participation certificates
1:15-2:30PMLUNCH
2:30-3:00PMVALEDICTORY & CERTIFICATE DISTRIBUTION

Chairperson: Ayanendranath Basu, Interdisciplinary Statistical Research Unit (ISRU), KOLKATA.

PROBABLE TOPICS & RESOURCE PERSONS

  1. PSYCHOLOGICAL DATA SCIENCE-Dr.Debdulal Dutta Roy.
  2. INTRODUCTION TO DATA MINING-Professor Smarajit Bose,Dr.Prasun Das.
  3. STATISTICAL TOOLS IN DATA DIMENSION REDUCTION-Professor Smarajit Bose,Professor Amita Pal,Prof. Sumitra Purkayastha.
  4. SPSS FOR DATA VISUALIZATION-Dr.Debdulal Dutta Roy.
  5. SENTIMENT ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL MEDIA DATA-Prof.Saumyadipta pyne.

PRELIMINARIES:

Invited participants are requested to bring

(a)Own laptop with SPSS software;
(b)Personal data set in microsoft excel without merging;
(c)Size of the data set should be minimum unmerged 200 rows X50 coloumns.

Eligibility:

Professionals, Faculty members, Ph.D scholars in Mental health Sciences, Psychiatry, Psychology, and Public health.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  1. Date of workshop:August 11-12, 2016
  2. Time:10-5PM
  3. Last date of registration:30th July
  4. Certificate:Examination based evaluative certificate will be given. There is no participation certificate.
  5. Accommodation:No accommodation can be provided. But there are many hotels and guest houses for accommodation near by the institute.
  6. Registration fees:Nil

LIST OF ACCEPTED PARTICIPANTS

  1. Vishal Yadav,COGNITIVE SCIENCE LABOARATORY BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY, VARANASI.
  2. Dr.Chandrani Dasgupta,Independent Researcher.
  3. Dr Narendra Deshmukh,M S G College, Malegaon Camp Dist Nashik.
  4. Dr Ramesh Nikam,S P H Mahila College, Malegaon Camp, Dist Nashik.
  5. DR. (MRS.) RAMA MANNA,Indian Institute of Psychometry.
  6. Rupam Bhattacharyya,Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata.
  7. Murshida Khatoon,Indian Statistical Institute Kolkata.
  8. Khushboo Shimran,ICAR- Central Institute for Women in Agriculture, Bhubaneswar, Odisha.
  9. Hariom Pachori,Central Institute of Psychiatry, Ranchi.
  10. Dr.Syamali Sen,BETHUNE COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF CALCUTTA.
  11. Debayan Pal,ASUTOSH COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF CALCUTTA.
  12. Pritika Sejwal,IIT- Delhi.
  13. Dr.Subir Sen,KALNA COLLEGE, KALNA, UNDER THE UNIVERSITY OF BURDWAN.
  14. Asmita Karmakar,Calcutta University.
  15. Dr Atanu Kumar Dogra,Calcutta University.
  16. Amiyangshu De,Jadavpur University.
  17. Narendra Kumar,Jaypee University of Information Technology Waknaghat, Solan.
  18. Parneet kaur,Panjab University.
  19. Jino P J,Cochin University of Science & Technology.
  20. Dalu Jacob,Indian Statistical Institute Kolkata.
  21. Umamaheswararao Jada,Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.
  22. Debjani Kar,West Bengal State University.
  23. Payal sharma,Banaras Hindu University.
  24. Toshali Dey,IIT KHARAGPUR.
  25. Navnita Bose,West Bengal State University.
  26. Imon Banerjee,Indian Statistical Institute.
  27. sudipa Basu,university of calcutta.
  28. Amrita Banerjee,Ramsaday College,Howrah.
  29. Ananya Banerjee,university of calcutta.
  30. Meera Hirani,Amity Institute of Psychology and Allied Sciences, Amity University, Noida.
  31. Anurupa Kundu,Psychology Research unit,Indian Statistical Institute.
  32. Shravanti Ghosh,Psychology Research unit,Indian Statistical Institute.
  33. Sumona Datta,Psychology Research unit,Indian Statistical Institute.

Contacts Persons:

Murshida Khatoon & Sumona Datta
Psychology Research Unit
Indian Statistical Institute
203, B.T.Road, Kolkata
Email id: psy@isical.ac.in
Phone number: 033-2575-3455/3450/3454

SUGGESTED READINGS

Psychological data science

A1. Big data Psychologist - by Rebecca Voelker,APA
A2.Data Science Process
A3.What big data means for psychlogical science
A4.HR Analytics