Research Interests and Activities
My primary research interests involve the study of quantitative models and methods for the analysis of data collected in psychological research. In the area of methodology, I am most interested in models and methods for the study of correlational data, especially factor analysis, structural equation modeling, and multilevel modeling. Of particular interest is the use of such methods for the analysis of longitudinal data, with a focus on individual differences in patterns of change over time.
For further information about my research, refer to the list of publications in my vita.
For a list of papers available for downloading, click here.
For the exploratory factor analysis book by Tucker and MacCallum, click here.
For a page containing online material related to some of my articles, click here.
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