Quantitative Psychology

The quantitative program emphasizes applied methods for the analysis of data resulting from psychological experiments and correlational studies. The program covers standard topics, including analysis of variance, regression analysis, and multivariate analysis. More advanced courses are offered in structural equation modeling, factor analysis, hierarchical linear and nonlinear modeling, psychometric theory, and longitudinal data analysis.

Research by faculty concerns the advancement of these techniques as well as their application to the study of individual differences in behaviors, such as cognitive development and psychological health.

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