a bit about me:
I am a quantitative psychologist who develops, evaluates, and promotes best practices in research methods and statistics. I'm particularly interested in structural equation modeling, multilevel modeling, and longitudinal data analysis, and the areas of psychometrics and scale development. I also study individuals' attitudes toward science. Collectively, my colleagues and I investigate these research interests in the Statistical Techniques and Attitudes toward Science (STATS) lab
I earned my Ph.D. in quantitative psychology from the University of Kansas and I am currently an Associate Professor of Psychology at the College of Charleston, located in the heart of historic Charleston, South Carolina.
Please explore the above menu for more details about my teaching, research, including supplemental materials to papers and statistics workshops, and the STATS lab.