Quantitative Methods Faculty
(Ph.D., 1977, Hofstra University; Postdoc, 1980, University of Denver)
Professor and Area Head
Longitudinal structural equation models for dynamic systems analysis. Computer adaptive testing for cognitive survey research. Exploratory data mining in psychology.
(Ph.D., 1983, University of Colorado at Boulder)
Statistical models of gene-environment interplay in human behavior, and the biological and social processes that lead to diversity. Longitudinal methods for understanding individual differences in both stability and change in traits and behaviors across development.
(Ph.D., 1984, University of Southern California)
Decision analysis and behavioral games; affiliation with USC Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE)
(Ph.D., 1992, New York University).
Professor of Psychology and William M. Keck Chair in Cognitive Neuroscience
Constructs computational brain models for perception and cognition. Computational & psychophysical study of visual and auditory perception, attention, and perceptual learning. Functional brain imaging study of sensory and attention processes, and human decision making. Visual deficits in dyslexia, amblyopia & Alzheimer's disease.
(Ph.D., 1976, University of California at Santa Barbara)
Robust methods aimed at correcting known problems associated with classic, routinely used techniques for comparing groups and studying associations. Included are various multivariate techniques such as principal components and outlier detection methods.
- Department of Psychology
- University of Southern California
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