I am currently an Associate Professor of Psychology at Missouri State University. MSU is the second largest 4 year public university with approximately 25,000 students in Missouri (behind The University of Missouri - lovingly known as Mizzou). The Psychology department is fairly large - with nearly 1,000 undergraduate majors (including a double major in gerontology), 30ish full time faculty, and 50-60 graduate students in one of our three tracks (experimental, I/O, clinical). I work closely with the Experimental Psychology track in our master's program. I teach the core statistics course, first year seminar, optional statistics courses, run comprehensive exams, and generally serve as a mentor for students who are interested in Ph.D. tracks. You can read about our success with our students on my vita pages (that I'm bad at updating). I also have information about the statistics projects and programs that I've started here at MSU on the Stats page.
I teach a variety of statistics courses including: baby stats (undergraduate basics), advanced stats (undergraduate/graduate mix of multivariate methods), graduate stats (graduate basics), structural equation modeling, alternative designs, non-parametrics, and other stuff that sounds interesting at the time (Bayes). I also teach Memory and Cognition and Psychology and Language with great fervor that tends to make students think I'm a bit nuts. I also teach these courses online - check out the Stats page to see my integration of youtube and facebook into the classroom.
Way more information than you'd ever care to know is on my vita including my credentials, list of research endeavors, and previous employment. Further, I have a whole section set up to describe the current ongoings in my lab.
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