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Pargent M. Sc.

Dr. Florian Pargent

wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

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Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Department Psychologie
Leopoldstr. 13
80802 München

Raum: 3323
Telefon: +49 (0) 89 / 2180 - 5076
Fax: +49 (0) 89 / 2180 - 5235

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Research Interests:

  • Predictive Modeling and Machine Learning
  • Item Response Theory
  • Extreme Response Style
  • Questionnaire Development

Publications:

Pargent, F., & Albert-von der Gönna, J. (2018). Predictive Modeling with Psychological Panel Data. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Pargent, F., Hilbert, S., Eichhorn, K., & Bühner, M. (2018). Can’t Make it Better nor Worse. European Journal of Psychological Assessment. https://doi.org/10.1027/1015-5759/a000471. Data and Code at https://osf.io/apz85/.

Pargent, F. (2017). Detection, Avoidance, and Compensation – Three Studies on Extreme Response Style. Dissertation, LMU Munich. https://edoc.ub.uni-muenchen.de/21156/.

Zihl, J., Fink, T., Pargent, F., Ziegler, M., & Bühner, M. (2014). Cognitive reserve in young and old healthy subjects: differences and similarities in a testing-the-limits paradigm with DSST. PloS one, 9(1), e84590. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0084590.

Workshops:

  • An Introduction to Machine Learning for Psychologists in R. Workshop at the DGPs 2018 conference, Frankfurt, Germany, together with Clemens Stachl. Slides and Materials in English at https://osf.io/9mc84/.
  • Batchtools Tutorial for using the Linux Cluster at LRZ. Small workshop for colleagues 2018, Munich, Germany. Code at https://gitlab.lrz.de/batchtools_tutorial.
  • Crashkurs Predictive Modeling/Machine Learning. Workshop at the DPPD 2017 conference, Munich, Germany, together with Clemens Stachl. Slides and Materials in German at https://osf.io/b6m3n/.
  • Einführung in R. Workshop at the Department of Psychology 2016, Munich, Germany, together with Philipp Sckopke and Sven Hilbert.

Talks:

  • Pargent, F. (2018). Antwortstile bei dichotomen Items. Talk at the DGPs conference, Frankfurt, Germany.
  • Pargent, F. & Albert-von der Gönna, J. (2018). Predictive Modeling with Psychological Panel Data. Talk at the Big Data in Psychology conference, Trier, Germany, together with Johannes Albert-von der Gönna. Slides in English at http://dx.doi.org/10.23668/psycharchives.838.
  • Pargent, F. (2018). Diagnostische Entscheidungen mit Bayes. Talk at the research symposium Psychological Methods and Diagnostics, Munich, Germany.
  • Pargent, F. (2017). Eine Untersuchung des Einflusses von extremem Antwortstil auf die Kriteriumsvalidität von Fragebogenitems. Talk at the DPPD conference, Munich, Germany.
  • Pargent, F. & Bühner, M. (2017). Extremer Antwortstil als kontinuierlicher, zeitlich stabiler Trait: Zwei Analysen von extremem Antwortverhalten mit Partial Credit Trees. Talk at the GEBF conference, Heidelberg, Germany.
  • Pargent, F. & Bühner, M. (2016). Extremer Antwortstil als kontinuierlicher, zeitlich stabiler Trait: Zwei Analysen von extremem Antwortverhalten mit Partial Credit Trees. Talk at the DGPs conference, Dresden, Germany.
  • Bühner, M., & Pargent, F. (2016). Gute Items, schlechte Items bei der Messung von Persönlichkeit: Auch schlechte Items funktionieren prima. Talk at the DGPs conference, Dresden, Germany.
  • Pargent, F. (2015). Welches Format fällt Senioren leichter? Eine Untersuchung des Zusammenhangs von Antwortstil, Antwortformat und Itemformulierung. Talk at the DPPD conference, Mainz, Germany.

Curriculum Vitae:

  • Since 2013. Research Associate, Chair for Psychological Methods and Diagnostics, LMU Munich.
  • Since 2016. Master Program Statistics, LMU Munich.
  • 2017. PhD in Psychology, supervised by Prof. Dr. Markus Bühner and Prof. Dr. Moritz Heene, LMU Munich.
    Thesis: “Detection, Avoidance, and Compensation – Three Studies on Extreme Response Style”
  • 2013. M.Sc. Clinical Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience, LMU Munich.
    Thesis: „Is the More Complex Method Always Superior? An Application of Measuring Change Based on Latent Growth Models and Simple Difference Scores"
  • 2011. B.Sc. Psychology, LMU Munich.
  • 2008. Abitur, Sonthofen, Germany.

Teaching (in German):

  • Lecture “Predictive Modeling and Item Response Theory” (Master students)
  • Seminar “Multivariate Statistics” (Master students)
  • Seminar “Statistical Methods I” (Bachelor students)
  • Seminar “Statistical Methods II” (Bachelor students)
  • Course “Questionnaire Development” (Bachelor students)