Research

As a quantitative psychologist, my work can broadly be described as creating, improving, and expanding methods for the analysis of social science data. More specifically, I would describe my interests as including psychological and educational measurement, statistical modeling in the social sciences, multivariate analysis techniques, and computerized adaptive testing.

Currently, I am interested in response time modeling and ideal-point modeling, particularly in the context of adaptive testing. Furthermore, I am interested in attempting to model and test measurement invariance, as well the consequences of not establishing invariance. A third current interest of mine is in extensions of modern measurement models, such as cognitive diagnostic modeling.

A current copy of my CV can be found here.

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