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Tim is a doctoral candidate in quantitative and social psychology working on projects related to modern methods for handling missing data with Jack McArdle and attitudes and group influence with Wendy Wood.
- Post-Bac Coursework Hunter College, The City University of New York
- BFA New School University, 05/2005
Summary Statement of Research Interests
In quantitative psychology, I am interested in modern methods for handling missing data in longitudinal research as well as in smaller experimental designs. I am also interested in applying structural models of growth and change to longitudinal data, with particular interest in growth curve and latent change score models.
My research interests in social psychology focus on persuasion and social influence, particularly how individuals' ideological beliefs and interpretations of social issues interact to affect their attitudes and behaviors.
- Missing data/attrition. Structural analysis of longitudinal and cross-sectional data. Exploratory data mining. Social influence: social norms, message construal.
- Department of Psychology
- University of Southern California
- SGM 501
- 3620 South McClintock Ave.
- Los Angeles, CA 90089-1061
- Phone: (213) 740 - 2203