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(615) 343-0570
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Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Quantitative Psychology, 2010)
M.A. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Child Clinical Psychology, 2005)

Curriculum Vitae

Current Courses

Latent Growth Curve Modeling (Graduate; PSY-GS 322, Fa '10; Sp '12, '13)

Applied Latent Class and Mixture Modeling (Graduate; PSY-GS 323, Fa '11, '12, '13)

Correlation and Regression (Undergraduate; PSY 2102, Sp '11, '12, '13; Fa '12, '13)

Sonya K. Sterba

Assistant Professor of Psychology

My research topics include latent variable models for longitudinal and cross-sectional data, mixture models, and multilevel models, with a focus on advancing developmental psychopathology research.