Assistant Professor of Psychology
I am a translational quantitative psychologist with expertise in using a complexity science to answer questions at the intersection of psychology (social, health, organizational typically), physics, computer science, sociology, and biology. I can help with formalism (i.e., How do I measure this? What math should I use on data I have?) and the assumptions that constrain measurement (i.e., If I measure it this way, what can I say from the data? What does my data tell me?) across disciplines and in organizations, broadly speaking. Computationally, I most often use R/RStudio, MATLAB, JAMOVI, SPSS, and NetLogo to implement inferential statistics, networks (social network analysis, computational networks), natural language processing, dynamical systems modeling, and agent-based modeling. I have a good grasp on many available tools so I am a good first point of contact early in the research design or analysis process. If I can’t help, we will find someone who can.