Professor, Health Division
Director, Biobehavioral Statistics
Behavioral Medicine Research Center
University of Florida, 1978
My interests include applications of latent variable models to problems in measurement, mechanisms, and change processes in cardiovascular behavioral medicine. I am also interested in the psychological and health consequences of war-trauma in children, and have worked on projects in Kuwait and Lebanon.
I teach two graduate level courses in statistical modeling. The first course is PSY 633: Introduction to structural equation modeling. The second course is PSY 698: Seminar in Quantitative Psychology, where we cover advanced topics in latent variable modeling.
- Sample Syllabi
- PSY 633: Introduction to structural equation modeling
- PSY 698: Seminar in Quantitative Psychology