Professor - Quantitative Psychology Program
Structural Equation Modeling, Multitrait-Multimethod Analysis, Longitudinal Modeling, Spatial Abilities/Mental Rotation
I am a professor and director of the quantitative psychology PhD specialization in the Department of Psychology at Utah State University. I teach undergraduate and graduate-level courses in quantitative methodology and statistics.
My primary research interests are in structural equation modeling and psychometrics, specifically in latent variable models for analyzing variability and change and models for multitrait-multimethod (MTMM) data. On my lab website, you can find more information about my research.