DMPR 2017
ORIENTATION TRAINING PROGRAM ON
DATA ANALYTICS IN PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH


February 8-9, 2017, (Wednesday & Thursday)
Organized by
Psychology Research Unit
&
SQC & OR Unit, Hyderabad
INDIAN STATISTICAL INSTITUTE


PrefaceAnnouncement Tentative Programme Schedule Status of Registration Office bearers Root Map

Preface

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. Psychology Research Unit has developed some data analytic models as:
  1. Classification of psychiatric disorders collected from psychiatric case history records.
  2. Exploring memorizing errors
  3. Exploring training needs of jute mill workers
  4. Exploring reading and writing motivation variables

    ANNOUNCEMENT

    Objectives

    To train specialists in Psychological data sciences, Data analytics and its Application so that they can work in real life situation, retrieving data using machine language, analyze data using statistical software, and can be capable of handling psychological data.

    Probable topics

    1. Psychological data science
    2. Data Analysis and Scientific Rigour in Grounded theory method
    3. Interpretative phenomenological analysis in health data
    4. Data streaming and social media based sentiment
    5. Hierarchical and Non-hierarchical cluster analysis
    6. Outlier detection and Data mining through SPSS
    7. R-Programming for Data Analytics and infographics
    8. Correspondence analysis and Classification of Psychiatric disorders

    Venue

    Indian Statistical Institute, Street No.8, Habisguda,Hyderabad-500 007.

    Date & Time

    8-9th February, 2017; 9AM to 5PM.

    Who can participate

    Faculties of Universities , Research Institutes, Sr. research fellows or scholars, Project workers or Project scientists, Statisticians of the State or Central Government.

    Eligibility

    Psychologist, Health scientist, Statistics, HR managers, Computer scientists, software engineers with knowledge of Advanced statistics.

    Registration & Participation:

    No new registration.No. of seats=27

    Examination:

    16 questions will be assigned, 8 is the cut off marks to get participation certificate.

    Accommodation, Food and Travel

    E-mail

    Please do all correspondence with this E-mail address:
    dmpr2017.isi@gmail.com

    Preliminaries

    FINAL PROGRAM SCHEDULE


    Date Time Event
    8.2.178-00:9-00Registration
    8.2.179-00:9-30Inauguration
    Invocation
    Welcome address:Prof.S. M. Subhani, Head, SQC & OR Unit, Indian Statistical Institute,Hyderabad
    Purpose of the program:Dr. Debdulal Dutta Roy,Associate Professor,Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute,Kolkata.
    Vote of thanks:Dr. Debdulal Dutta Roy,Associate Professor,Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute,Kolkata.
    8.2.179-30:10-00High Tea
    8.2.1710-00:11-00RABINDRANATH TAGORE SESSION

    Topic:Theory of Psychological Data Science
    Dr. Debdulal Dutta Roy,Associate Professor,Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute,Kolkata.

    8.2.1711-00:1-00SIGMUND FREUD SESSION

    Topic:Qualitative Research Methods: Grounded theory & Interpretative phenomenological analysis.
    Prof.Sitamma .M.,IBS Hyderabad (IFHE, Deemed University)

    8.2.171-00:2-00Lunch
    8.2.172-00:3-00CARL JUNG SESSION

    Topic:Data visualization tools
    Dr. Debdulal Dutta Roy,Associate Professor,Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute,Kolkata.

    8.2.173-00:4-00PRASANTA CHANDRA MAHALANOBIS SESSION

    Topic:Social media based sentiment analysis.
    Prof.Saumyadipta Pyne,Indian Institute of Public Health, Hyderabad.

    8.2.174-00:4-15Coffee
    8.2.174-15:5-00 PRASANTA CHANDRA MAHALANOBIS SESSION

    Topic:Data clustering techniques and stream analytics.
    Prof.Saumyadipta Pyne,Indian Institute of Public Health, Hyderabad

    9.2.178-00:9-45LOUIS LEON THURSTONE SESSION

    Topic:Outlier detection and Data mining through SPSS
    Dr. Debdulal Dutta Roy,Associate Professor,Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute,Kolkata

    9.2.179-45:10-45RAYMOND B. CATTELL SESSION

    Topic:Mental Health and Quality of Life Determination.
    Dr. Meghana V. Aruru, Associate Professor, IIPH Hyderabad

    9.2.1710-45:11-00Tea
    9.2.1711-00:1:00CHARLES SPEARMAN SESSION

    Topic:R-Programming for Data Analytics and infographics
    Mr. Joy Mustafi, Principal Applied Scientist, Microsoft Artificial Intelligence and Research, Hyderabad

    9.2.171-00:1-30Lunch
    9.2.171-30:2-30Jean Piaget Session

    Topic:Educational Data analytics.
    Ms.Vyjayanthi Sankar, Ashoka Fellow,Centre for Science of Student Learning

    9.2.172-30:3-30HANS JÜRGEN EYSENCK SESSION

    Topic:Correspondence analysis and Classification of Psychiatric disorders.
    Dr. Debdulal Dutta Roy,Associate Professor,Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute,Kolkata

    9.2.173-30:4-00Examination

    16 questions will be assigned, 8 is the cut off marks to get participation certificate.

    9.2.174-00:4-30Coffee
    9.2.174-30Valedictory session & Certificate Distribution
    Chief Guest: Professor Meena Hariharan, Head, Department of Health Psychology, Central University of Hyderabad.

    Status of Registration

    Name Institute Bio-Data status Confirmation
    1.S SrividyaBharathiar UniversityReceivedConfirmed
    2.Shameem VarikkodanCancer Research & Relief TrustReceivedConfirmed
    3.Chinchu CIntegrated Rural Technology Centre,Periyar University.ReceivedConfirmed
    4.Thota Lakshmi PrasannaReach Beyond Educational SocietyReceivedConfirmed
    5.Sumit DuttaJadavpur University, KolkataReceivedConfirmed
    6.Fathima Bushra Saliha K. P.University Of CalicutReceivedConfirmed
    7.Dhamodharan MSacred Heart College,Tirupattur,TamilNaduReceivedConfirmed
    8.Neethu Lal.VUniversity Of CalicutReceivedConfirmed
    9.E.LisaSacred Heart College.Tirupattur,Tamil NaduReceivedConfirmed
    10.Ahmed SameerThe Bhopal School Of Social SciencesReceivedConfirmed
    11.Raheemudheen.PKUniversity of Calicut keralaReceivedConfirmed
    12.Mohammad ZameerVIF College Of Engineering And TechnologyReceivedConfirmed
    13.DeepaALl India Institute of Speech and HearingReceivedConfirmed
    14.baskaran u Central Jail salemReceivedConfirmed
    15.Roshan Anie Alex Govt College For Women, TrivandrumReceivedConfirmed
    16.Jayshree SardaRoshni Counselling Centre ReceivedConfirmed
    17.Abinitha.M.University Of Calicut, Kerala ReceivedConfirmed
    18.Abijitha M.School Of Behavioral Science, Kannur University ReceivedConfirmed
    19.Mary Antony .P.University Of Calicut ReceivedConfirmed
    20.Diptismita JenaRavenshaw University, Cuttack, Odisha, ReceivedConfirmed
    21.Ramshida APUniversity Of Calicut ReceivedConfirmed
    22.Shivani Mathur GaihaLondon School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Received Confirmed
    23.Santosh Abhiman JanraoJnana Prabodhini BhavanReceivedConfirmed
    24.Lijiya Manju K.C.Calicut university.ReceivedConfirmed
    25.Divya Nair,H.Indian Institute of Public Health,HyderabadReceivedConfirmed
    26.Kallavarapu VincentCentre for Health Psychology,University of Hyderabad ReceivedConfirmed
    27.Aarthi Rajendran Centre for Health Psychology,University of Hyderabad Received Confirmed

    Office bearers

    Convener

    Dr.Debdulal Dutta Roy,Associate Professor, Psychology Research Unit,Indian Statistical Institute,203,BT Road,Kolkata-700108.

    Local coordinator

    Dr.S. M. Subhani,Indian Statistical Institute Street No. 8, Habsiguda Hyderabad TS 500007 Phone: +91-40-27153984, 27171906, 27179402Fax: +91-40-27173602 Email: info@isihyd.ac.in

    Research cell

    Preparation of training manual:

    Ms. Anurupa Kundu,Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, 203, B.T. Road, Kolkata 700108.

    Trainee coordinator:

    Ms.Murshida Khatoon, Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, 203, B.T. Road, Kolkata 700108.

    Resource Person Coordinators:

    Ms.Sumona Datta,Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, 203, B.T. Road, Kolkata 700108.
    Ms.Sravanti Ghosh, Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, 203, B.T. Road, Kolkata 700108.

    Administration

    1. Mr. Biplab Dey Sarkar,Sr.Assistant,Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, 203, B.T. Road, Kolkata 700108.
    2. Mr.Swarup Ghara,Office Assistant B,Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, 203, B.T. Road, Kolkata.
    3. Mr. K Venkata Ramana,Indian Statistical Institute Street No. 8, Habsiguda Hyderabad TS 500007.