I am a graduate student attending The Ohio State University studying Quantitative Psychology under the advisement of Andrew F. Hayes, Ph.D. I am also concurrently pursuing a Master of Applied Statistics. I have both substantive and methodological research interests. I am interested in mediation (and its application to dyadic data), moderation, bootstrapping, power analysis, and human sexuality. My main research aims are to make advancements in quantitative methodology and make these advancements available to other researchers through software development (e.g., macros, R packages).

Recent and Upcoming Events

Workshop: A tutorial on statistical mediation analysis with distinguishable dyadic data

Eastern Communication Association

April 2nd, 2020, Baltimore, MD

*Time and title to be determined

Poster: MEDYAD: An analytical tool for assessing mediation in distinguishable dyads

Association for Psychological Science

May 24th, 2019, Washington, D.C.

2:30-3:30 P.M.

Workshop: Easy statistical mediation analysis with distinguishable dyadic data

Midwestern Psychological Association

April 13th, 2019, Chicago, IL

8:30-10:20 A.M.

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