Andrew Hayes and participants of his workshop on Statistical Mediation, Moderation, and Conditional Process Analysis.
The Centre for Multidisciplinary Behavioural Business Research (CMBBR) organizes a variety of activities in order to help meet its objectives of increasing the dissemination of knowledge and practices developed within the scope of the CMBBR to the JMSB and Concordia communities, organizations and practitioners, and of facilitating exchange among behavioural researchers in Canada and internationally.
The Centre for Multidisciplinary Behavioural Business Research (CMBBR) visiting speaker presentations provide an opportunity to expand cross-discipline networks in the John Molson School of Business (JMSB) for both faculty members and graduate students. These presentations are open to all members of the JMSB community.
The Centre for Multidisciplinary Behavioural Business Research (CMBBR) professional development series provides research and training workshops on areas of joint interest to CMBBR researchers and researchers in training.
This series is organized with the purpose of developing a platform for all members to share their ongoing research, receive feedback, and develop partnerships with other members. The presentations are particularly valuable for projects in early stages of development and for researchers-in-training. These presentations are open to all JMSB members.
In an effort to assist students preparing for conference talks, CMBBR faculty members organize special sessions for students to practice their presentations in front of an audience of their peers and professors.