362A Davie Hall
Dr. Bauer studies psychometrics, statistical models for developmental data, multi-level and non-linear models, structural equation modeling, cluster analysis, and finite mixture models. Visit him online: Daniel J. Bauer, Ph.D.
Immerwahr Distinguished Professor
304 Davie Hall
Dr. Bollen studies structural equation models, longitudinal methods, and latent curve models. Visit him online: Kenneth A. Bollen, Ph.D.
337A Davie Hall
Dr. Castro-Schilo studies structural equation models for the analysis of short-term and long-term change, multi-trait multi-method measurement models and their application in longitudinal investigations, individual-level models to understand intra-individual dynamics, and factors that influence well-being in Mexican-origin populations. Visit her online: Measurement and Change Laboratory.
Professor | Quantitative Psychology Program Director
356 Davie Hall
Dr. Curran studies structural equation and multi-level modeling of longitudinal data, integrative data analysis and the fitting of models to data pooled over multiple independent data sources, and the risk and protective factors associated with the onset and escalation of alcohol and drug use in children and adolescents. Visit him online: Patrick J. Curran, Ph.D.
344A Davie Hall
Dr. Gates studies time series analysis, structural equation modeling, Fourier analysis, graph theory, and develops, tests, and disseminates programs for use with intensive longitudinal data such as psychophysiological and dyadic interaction. Visit her online: Katie Gates, Ph.D.
Professor | Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education
353A Davie Hall
Dr. Panter studies evaluation methodology, measurement and testing, advanced quantitative methods, survey methodology, evaluation of HIV/AIDS service and educational programs, substance abuse, educational diversity, and professional advancement educational programs. Visit her online: Abigail T. Panter, Ph.D.
358 Davie Hall
Dr. Thissen studies psychometrics, item response theory, statistical models for developmental data, and graphical data analysis. Visit him online: David Thissen, Ph.D.