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A. T. Panter (1989, New York University), is a quantitative psychologist and member of the L. L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Her work involves developing research designs and data-analytic strategies for applied health problems such as HIV/AIDS and substance abuse. ...more

Current Research
This section lists some of the research projects that Dr. Panter currently is conducting ...more

Graduate and Undergraduate Courses
Dr. Panter teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in data modeling and statistics, test theory, data ethics, and research design. These courses are intended for a wide range of students from first-year undergraduates to advanced graduate students. Only enrolled students have access to the course site materials...more




The Educational Diversity Project
The Educational Diversity Project is a national survey of incoming law students in the United States that examines the roles of race and other personal factors in educational diversity. ...more

Panter Favorite Places
Here are some places and professional organizations of interest to Dr. Panter...more