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My research areas of interest fall into three broad categories:

  1. Assessing and facilitating quantitative skills and education in psychology

    • statistical and methodological reporting practices

    • assessing students’ attitudes toward statistics and statistical software

    • surveying applied researchers about their use of statistical tools

  2. Creating, evaluating, and improving quantitative methods used in psychology

    • equivalence testing

    • structural equation modeling and measurement invariance

    • longitudinal methods

    • psychometric methods

  3. Clinical and health psychology

    • anxiety and trauma in individuals diagnosed with MS

    • intolerance of uncertainty in SAD and GAD

Image by Hans-Peter Gauster

To learn more about the research conducted in the PASER Lab at Toronto Metropolitan check out

If you are looking for a collaborator with strong quantitative skills, feel free to email me

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