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Quantitative Methods Graduate Students

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Hobbs 203
Faculty Advisor: Joe Rodgers
Quantitative Methods

Intelligence and personality predictors of long term outcomes.
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Hobbs 203
Faculty Advisor: David Lubinski
Quantitative Methods
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207 Hobbs
Faculty Advisor: Joe Rodgers
Quantitative Methods

I am interested in longitudinal modeling, exploratory multivariate techniques, and visualization of scientific data.
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Hobbs 203
Faculty Advisor: Kristopher Preacher
Quantitative Methods

Methods for assessing mediation in clustered data
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Hobbs 203
Faculty Advisor: Sun-Joo Cho
Quantitative Methods
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Faculty Advisor: David Cordray
Quantitative Methods
Interdisciplinary
Employing diverse methods (IRT, HLM) to assess intervention fidelity. Optimizing research designs for RCTs.
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Quantitative Methods
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Faculty Advisor: David Lubinski
Quantitative Methods

Educational acceleration and socio-emotional adjustment in intellectually talented children
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Faculty Advisor: Andrew Tomarken
Quantitative Methods

Designing and analyzing high quality randomized controlled trials using state of the art quantitative methods
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Hobbs 207
Faculty Advisor: Craig Smith
Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience
Quantitative Methods

I study the elicitation, experience, and regulation of emotion.
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