Courses at Ohio State University
In the Fall of 2016 I will be teaching Statistics in Psychology I (PSYCH 6810, graduate-level introductory statistics; Fall 2016 syllabus). In the Spring of 2017 I will be teaching Statistics in Psychology II (PSYCH 6811, graduate level multiple regression analysis; Spring 2016 syllabus) as well as Mediation, Moderation, and Conditional Process Analysis (PSYCH 6822, graduate level; Spring 2016 syllabus; A graduate-level course dedicated to regression analysis is a prerequisite).
Information about my Ph.D. advisees can be found on my lab page.
Read some reviews of my teaching for Statistical Horizons here, here, and here.
Upcoming Talks and Workshops
28-29 October 2016. I will be teaching a two-day course on the topic of mediation, moderation, and conditional process analysis offered by Statistical Horizons. This course will be in Los Angeles and is open to the public. Here are the course details and registration information.
5-7 January 2017. I will be teaching a "second course" on mediation, moderation, and conditional process analysis for StatsCamp in Los Angeles. This course is open to the public.
26 May 2017. I will be giving an address titled "What's Coming in PROCESS v3.0" to the Association for Psychological Science in Boston, MA during their annual conference.
12-23 June 2017. I will be teaching two week-long courses on the topic of moderation, mediation, and conditional process analysis at the Global School in Empirical Research Methods at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. These courses will be open to the public.