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I am teaching:

36-463/663: Hierarchical and Multilevel Linear Models
36-764: Writing in Statistics
Fall 2016
Spring 2016 (Mini 3)



Are you interested in Undergraduate Statistics at Carnegie Mellon?
Are you interested in Graduate Statistics at Carnegie Mellon?
How about a summer undergraduate research internship?

Interested in education research or cognitive assessment?  Check out CMART, PIER and PSLC.



Psychometrika is a journal devoted to the advancement of theory and methodology for behavioral data analysis in psychology, education, and the social and behavioral sciences generally:
  • Some recent articles can be found here.
  • Or, take a look at the most viewed articles in the past 90 days.
  • How much influence can or should research psychometrics have on research psychology (or vice versa)? Here are some thoughts.




 Brian Junker                   (412) 268 - 2718
 Department of Statistics       brian@stat.cmu.edu
 132E Baker Hall                FAX: (412) CMU-STAT
 Carnegie Mellon University       or (412) 268-7828
 Pittsburgh PA 15213 USA

 brian@stat.cmu.edu