RECTOR’S ORDER č. 21/2020 on reducing the risk of coronavirus infection (4th full text) - enters into force on March 9th and 17th 2021, (~430.6 kB)
Prague (Level 5 – Critical state)
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travel behavior, measurement of latent constructs, causal inference, regression analysis, quantitative research methods, experiment, survey, discrete choice
Investigation of causal effects in travel behavior research (quasi-experimental and experimental approaches). Data collection (theory of measurement; design of research instrument and data collection). Analysis and interpretation of data (advanced regression models; issues of analysis and interpretation of results: effect size, practical vs. statistical significance). Analysis and interpr. of data (surveys, choice exp., panel. data).
Understanding of methods of data collection and advanced knowledge of analytical methods of travel behavior. Students will acquire knowledge in socio-psychological and economic theories to apply the models and interpret their results. Students will learn to conduct their own research and to analyze data in R.