James Bovaird Associate Professor, Program Director, Quantitative, Qualitative, & Psychometric Methods
2002 Ph.D., Quantitative Psychology, University of Kansas
2000 M.A., Experimental Psychology, University of Kansas
1997 B.A. & B.S., Biology & Psychology, Baker University
As a quantitative psychologist, I am primarily interested in improving current quantitative methods and implementing new applications to facilitate the answering of substantive questions. I have a strong and broad background in general and applied statistics as a result of my formal training and prior analytic experiences in private consulting, institutional research, education, psychology, and industry. This interdisciplinary background enables me to approach new methodological issues with a broad perspective and broader arsenal of tools.
- EDPS 971 - Structural Equation Modeling
- EDPS 991 - Seminar in Educational Psychology and Measurements
- EDPS 995 - Doctoral Seminar