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Email AddressNameQuantitative MethodsSoftware for Quant WorkQualitative Methods
Software for Qualitative Work
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agoetz@fullerton.eduAaron GoetzMethods concerning replicability (e.g., transparency, preregistration, open data and materials, effect sizes, confidence intervals, etc.)SPSS, G*Power
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alukaszewski@fullerton.edu
Aaron LukaszewskiANOVA (one-way, factorial, mixed, etc); Regression (multiple and hierarchical regression, moderated regression, etc); SEM (path analysis, basic confirmatory factor analaysis); Generalized estimating equationsAMOS, SPSS
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adamroberts@fullerton.edu
Adam RobertsOne-way ANOVA, repeated measures ANOVA, t-testSPSS, Prism
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bcherry@fullerton.eduBarbara CherrySPSS
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ccrippen@fullerton.eduCheryl CrippenGrounded Theory, PhenomenologyEthnograph
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daignacio@fullerton.eduDaniel IgnacioT-tests, One-way ANOVA, factorial ANOVA, repeated measures, MANOVA, segmentation (factor analysis, cluster), Correlations, Linear RegressionsSPSS, Excelgrounded theory, focus group interviewsExcel and SPSS
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dnavarick@fullerton.eduDouglas NavarickOne-way ANOVA, factorial ANOVA, repeated measures, MANOVASPSScoding open-ended text responsesCohen's kappa
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jcoons@fullerton.eduJennifer CoonsCorrelation, regression, path analysis (and other sem models), t-test, any type of anovaR, SPSScoding open-ended responses to be used quantitatively
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jtrevitt@fullerton.eduJennifer TrevittOne-way ANOVA, factorial ANOVASPSSAnimal behavior models: anxiety, depression, learning, addiction
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jpeissig@fullerton.eduJessie PeissigRepeated measures ANOVA, correlationsJMP, desktop version of SASSuperlab
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Jowagoner@fullerton.eduJoseph WagonerOne-way ANOVA, Factorial ANOVA (two-way and three-way), Repeated-measures ANOVA, Mixed-design ANOVA, Factor analyses, Multiple regression, Mediation analyses, HLM, Longitudinal analyses, SEMAMOS, SPSS
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Kpreston@fullerton.eduKathleen PrestonIRT, SEM, Factor AnalysisEQS, Mplus, R, SPSS
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lmori@fullerton.eduLisa MoriOne-way ANOVA; MANOVASPSSCurrently, I don't regularly use qualitative methods.In the past, I have used individual and group structured interviews and behavioral observations.SPSS
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npanza@fullerton.eduNancy PanzaRegression, factor analysisSPSS
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nsegal@fullerton.eduNancy SegalSPSSSome observations methods
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ruespinoza@fullerton.eduRuss EspinozaAll ANOVA's, factor analysis, repeated measures, SPSS
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susansy@fullerton.eduSue SySEM, multiple regressionAMOS, SPSS, LISREL
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thfarmer@fullerton.eduThomas FarmerTypical inferential stats (t-tests, anova, linear regression, etc); Linear mixed effects modeling (with random slopes and intercepts); psychometrics (factor analysis; classical true score theory)R, SPSS
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wmarelich@fullerton.eduWilliam MarelichANOVA, MR, most multivariate procedures, growth curve, GEE, EFA/CFA, most segmentation, SEM and most applicationsEQS, SAS, SPSScomparative method, grounded theory applications. Individual and focus group interviews -- some ecological mapping -- nonverbal behavior codingThe Ethnograph
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yokado@fullerton.eduYuko OkadoLatent profile analysis, growth mixture modeling, latent class analysis, latent class growth analysis, hierarchical multiple regression, logistic regression, ANOVA (one-way, repeated-measures, two-way). Also know SEM and HLM, though I no longer use it regularly.Mplus, SPSS
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