Students

Our graduate students are highly valued members of the Quantitative Methods Area. We are very proud of the accomplishments and career paths of our past graduate students, and are enjoying watching our current cohort of graduate students grow into established researchers, teachers and consultants.

Click here for a list of recent graduate student publications.
Click here for a list of recent graduate student conference presentations.


 

 

 

 

 

Mark Adkins 
Advisor: Dr. Christopher Green
madkins@yorku.ca
Research Interests: Structural equation modeling, pedagogical methods for improving statistical literacy, mediation analysis, and data visualization


Stephanie Bell 
Advisor: Dr. David Flora
bellsm@yorku.ca
Research Interests: Measurement and psychometrics, factor analysis and modelling, reliability estimates, the relationship between psychopathology and emotion recognition.


Nataly Beribisky
Advisor: Dr. Robert Cribbie
natalyb1@yorku.ca
Research Interests:
Effect sizes, equivalence testing, multiplicity control, improvements in statistical literacy.

 

Linda Farmus
Advisor: Dr. Robert Cribbie
lifarm@yorku.ca
Research Interests:
Suppression effects in repeated-measures designs, regression artifacts, multiplicity and replication, and effect sizes.

 


Arjinvir Ghumman
Advisor: Dr. Ji Yeh Choi
arjun10@yorku.ca
Research Interests:


James Mallari
Advisor: Dr. R. Philip Chalmers
james.mallari@gmail.com
Research Interests: Multidimensional Item Response Theory (MIRT) models for fitting polytomous response data.


Naomi Martinez Gutierrez
Advisor: Dr. Robert Cribbie
naomimg@yorku.ca
Research Interests:
Effect sizes, equivalence testing, Shiny.