Representation of Validity as Hitting the Target

Representation of validity as hitting the target, amended to signify the challenge of validating a moving target. Source: Altered from Creative Commons. © Nevit Dilmen CC-BY-SA

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Lara Keuck

Room V102

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2021

Validity of Animal Models in Psychiatry (and Beyond) Online Event

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Construct Validity in Psychology and Psychiatry Online Event

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Neurasthenia, the International Classification of Diseases, and Psychiatry in the Socialist World Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte

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Challenges to Translating Validity in Psychiatric Research Online Event

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The Network Approach to Psychopathology Online Event

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Non-specific (Generic) Psychopathology: Considerations from the Theory of Open Concepts Online Event

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2022

Responsible Mental Health Measures that are Valid and Fit for their Purpose Online Event

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Thick Descriptions in Psychopathology: Ryle Meets Kraepelin Online Event

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History and Historiography of the Life Sciences: Traces of Hans-Jörg Rheinberger MPIWG Main Conference Room

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Crazy Standards: The WHO and the Rise of Descriptive Psychiatry Online Event

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The Laboratory of Animal Spirits. Animal Experimentation and Therapeutic Innovation in the Wake of the Psychopharmacological Revolution Online Event

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Commoning Biomedicine—Conversations: Science History Institute Online Event

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Validation and Regulation in the Sciences of Health Main Conference Room & Online

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Special Issue Launch Party: On Epistemic Times—Writing History 25 Years after Synthesizing Proteins in the Test Tube Online Event

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Gray Matters: A Material History of Mental Health

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Commoning Biomedicine—Conversations: Connecting 3 Worlds Online Event

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Islamic Tibb and Socialist Biomedicine: Trajectories, Resiliency and Appeal of Indigenous Medical Practitioners in Soviet Central Asia Humboldt University, Friedrichstraße 191

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Being between Scylla and Charybdis: Designing Animal Studies in Neurosciences and Psychiatry—Too Ethical to Be Ethical? Online Event

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Between Transcultural Disease and International Diagnostic Concept: The International Pilot Study of Schizophrenia (1965-1973) Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte

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Adaptation and Norming of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC) in Norway: 1970s to the Present

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2023

Local Struggles, Transnational Bonds: The Indian Women’s Health Movement and its Campaigns against High Dose EP-Drugs and Long-acting Contraceptives (1980-1995) Institut für Geschichte der Medizin und Ethik in der Medizin Charité Berlin

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In Search of Evidence: Shifting Epistemic Tools to Elucidate the Genetic Origins of Psychiatric Disorders, and some Underlying Assumptions

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The Validity of Machine Learning Models for the Measurement of Personality Traits Online Event

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Commoning Biomedicine—Conversations: NHS Voices of Covid-19 Online Event

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Coordination and Validity in Measurement across Science and Medicine: Historical and Epistemological Perspectives Online Event

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Some Questions about the New DSM-5-TR Diagnosis of Prolonged Grief Disorder Online Event

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Beyond Validity: Predictivity! The DSM-5 Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders Revision and the Emergence of Craving Online Event

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A Little Bit Different from Oral History? The Historiographic Realm of Research Interviews in History of Science and Medicine

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In Search of Biomedical Validity: Towards a Cross-Disciplinary History of Validation Practices

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Visualizing the Body with Text and Image: The Early Modern Grammar of Anatomical Illustration MPIWG Villa, Room V005/Seminar Room

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Biomedical Visions: Aesthetics, Epistemology, and Medical Practice MPIWG Main Conference Room

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2024

In Search of Biomedical Validity: Towards a Cross-Disciplinary History of Validation Practices Main Conference Room & Online

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Patient Activism in the Public Sphere Main Conference Room & Online

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Global Health on the Move Main Conference Room & Online

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Globalizing Schizophrenia: The History and Legacy of the WHO Studies of Schizophrenia

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