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Qianqian Chen

Doctoral Student, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
Mentor: Xin Ma, PhD
Email: qch234@nullg.uky.edu
Vita (PDF)

Qianqian Chen graduated from South China Normal University with a BS in Psychology, and obtained her Masters in Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education from the University of Kentucky. She has a background in teaching in schools and educational settings for students from early childhood to 6TH grade. Through teaching in both China and America, she developed her interest in using advanced statistical skills to explore associations between school effectiveness and student learning outcomes.


David Dueber

Doctoral Student, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
Mentor: Michael Toland, PhD
Email: David.Dueber@nulluky.edu
Vita

David received his BS in Mathematics and Chemical Engineering and his MA in Mathematics. His psychometrics interests include Thurstonian Item Response Theory, bifactor modeling, measurement error, and simulation.


 

Carol Hanley

Doctoral Student, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
E-mail: chanley@nullemail.uky.edu
Vita (PDF)
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Doctoral Student, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods

Carol is interested in instrument development, factor analysis, and IRT.


Hirotaka Kato

Doctoral Candidate, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
Mentor: Michael Toland, PhD
Email: hkato@nulluky.edu
Vita (PDF)

Hirotaka Kato graduated from Kumamoto University School of Medicine in 2009. He is an internal medicine hospitalist/medical educator and Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine at University of Kentucky. He teaches resident physicians and medical students on medical wards. His research interests include applying psychometric methods such as item response theory to assessment and measurement in medicine and medical education.


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Chen Qiu

Doctoral Student, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
Mentor: Dr. Michael Toland, PhD
E-mail: chenqiu88@nulluky.edu
Vita (Chen_Qiu_CV)

Chen Qiu is a third-year graduate student at the University of Kentucky. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Quantitative and Psychometric Methods, MS in Finance, and Graduate Certificate in Applied Statistics. He earned his BS in Applied Psychology from the Tianjin Normal University and MA in Social Science from the Morehead State University. He is a research assistant at the College of Health Science and a teaching assistant at the College of Education. He is interested in HLM(MLM), SEM, Growth Model, Rasch, IRT, and simulation.


Nan Li

Doctoral Student, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
Mentor: Michael Toland, PhD
E-mail: nan.li@nulluky.edu
Vita

Nan Li received her BA in Media Production from Harbin Normal University, BS in Accounting from University of Louisville, MS in Accounting from University of Kentucky, and Graduated certificate in RMinE from University of Kentucky. Her research interests include assessment and measurement in business related industry and business education.


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Lijun Shen

Doctoral Student, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
Mentor: Dr. Michael Toland, Professor, PhD
E-Mail: Lijun.shen.0509@nulluky.edu
Vita (PDF)

Lijun Shen received her ME in Medicine and her MSW in Social Work. Her psychometrics interests include Item Response Theory, bifactor modeling, Rasch model, factor analysis, and simulation.


Rongxiu Wu

Doctoral Student, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
Mentor: Xin Ma, PhD
Email: rwu227@nullg.uky.edu
Vita (Rongxiu Wu CV)

Rongxiu received her BS in English literature in Tongling University and MS in Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics in Shanghai University of China. Her research interests include multilevel models, bifactor modeling, and educational assessment.


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Quan Wu

Doctoral Student, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
Mentor: Xin Ma, PhD
Email: Quan.Wu@nulluky.edu
Vita

Quan received his BS in Physics from Hezhou University and MS in Physics from Guangxi Normal University. He is interested in educational assessment, bifactor modeling, factor analysis, and multilevel models, psychometrics.”


Xian Wu

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