PHD646 Quantitative methods - Measurements April and May 2023

PHD 646 Quantitative methods part 2 - Measurements. Max 10 participants - the course will be open for external ph.d.-students but ph.d.-students from NIH will have priority.



24. april - 9. mai


31. mars 2023






Prerequisites prior to the start of the course:

The course will build on competence similar to the course in methodology from the master study at the Norwegian School Sport Sciences MET400. The students need to have knowledge and skills stated in the curriculum for MET400. See emneplan with compulsory and supplementary literature for the MET400 course 

Student assignments:

Before course start (deadline Monday April 17th):

The students must write max one page including the following information:   

A few sentences with the planned overall aim /purpose of their PhD project, the study design, and the primary and secondary outcomes that will be included.

All students need to prepare an assignment for Day 4:

All students should prepare a presentation on Day 4 of the course (a total of 30 minutes: 15 minutes for presentation and 15 minutes for discussion) of your included (one or more) measurements in your PhD project including: the measurement properties, design used to develop the measurements, and the applied statistical analyses used in the reliability and validity studies.



Monday April 24th: 1230 - 1515

Tuesday May 2nd:  0815- 1100

Thursday May 4th: 0815-1200

Tuesday May 9th: 0815-1000

All course details (pdf) - updated with support material

See curriculum and information of the whole course in Studiehåndbok (emnekode PhD 646)


Praktisk informasjon

Lecturers: May Arna Risberg (IIM), Klavs Madsen (IFP), Marte Bentzen (ILF),  Chris Horbel (IIS),  Andreas Ivarsson (ILF), Are Hugo Pripp (OUS/UiO). 


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