BPS Symposium on Q Methodology

The current issue of The Psychologist, a publication of the British Psychological Society, summarizes the papers presented at a BPS symposium on mixed methods, one of which was on Q methodology. The full text follows: Mixed feelings about mixed methods, The Psychologist, 2008 (June), 21(6), 481. The rise of mixed-methods research-usually taken to mean the… Read More

Al Talbott and Q Methodology honored in Brazil

Wednesday night, June 25, the rector and academic council of the Federal University of Piaui in Teresina, Brazil, conferred the Honris Causa degree on Al Talbott before a standing-room-only audience of professors and students from across the campus. Because Talbott was unable to attend due to doctor’s orders, Mike Stricklin accepted the degree on his… Read More

Q Workshop at Kent State

On May 19 – 23, 2008 Steven Brown conducted an intersession workshop on Q-Methodology at Kent State University, through the College of Continuing Studies and under the auspices of the Department of Counseling and Human Development Services. A diverse group of 17 persons, comprised of graduate students and faculty, attended the workshop, including five from… Read More

2008 Q Workshop at Kent State University

Seventeen doctoral and master’s students as well as faculty from various countries attended this past week’s Q methodology workshop at Kent State University. A brief story about the workshop is on the website of Kent State’s College and Graduate School of Education, Health, and Human Services (click on http://www.ehhs.kent.edu/ and then on “Summer Course Highlight”).… Read More

Q Workshop in Thailand

A training workshop on Q methodology was held March 10-12 in the Miracle Grand Convention Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand, and was attended by more than 30 Thai participants (plus 2 from Australia) with specializations primarily in public health, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, and agriculture, most of them involved in programs related to avian influenza… Read More