Overview

I am an assistant professor of sociology and a core faculty member of advanced methodologies for the behavioral, health, and social sciences at Purdue University. My research broadly focuses on (1) applications of social psychological theories of status, identity, and stereotyping to the intersections of gender and sexuality; and (2) applied statistics, quantitative methodology, and experimental design. I teach courses and short workshops on applied statistics, quantitative methods, and social psychology.

The various pages on this site contain:

- Description of my background and research

- My CV

- Links to my published articles along with abstracts, replication files, online appendices, etc.

- Applied statistics and quantitative methods course and workshop materials: lecture slides, example Stata and R code, and other resources

- Social psychology course materials

- Stata commands, packages, and graphics schemes I have written

- Links & resources for departments and programs I'm affiliated with

- Some guidelines for how to effectively ask for my help with Stata/R troubles