Lecture slides, example Stata and R code, and other resources available via the links below

Workshops & Seminars

- Categorical Data Analysis: Statistical Horizons Remote Seminar (next offering June 2022)

- Data Visualization Using Stata: Code Horizons Remote Seminar (next offering August 2022)

- Data & Model Visualization: PAA & Purdue AMAP

- Data Management and Other Fundamentals for Efficient and Reproducible Research: Purdue AMAP

- Missing Data: Purdue AMAP

- Stata Programming—Tools and Tricks for the Applied Analyst: Purdue AMAP

- Survey Design: Purdue AMAP

- Survey Experiments: Purdue AMAP / Indiana University WIM

- Teaching Workshops & Methods Courses

Graduate Courses

- Categorical Data Analysis: Purdue SOC 681

- Experimental Design: Purdue SOC 609

- Latent Variable Modeling: Purdue SOC 609

- Social Psychology: Purdue SOC 609

Undergraduate Courses

- Social Psychology: Purdue SOC 340

  • Topics covered include: Theory, Methods, Symbolic Interactionism, The Self, Social Roles, Identity Theory, Social Identity Theory, Group Position Model, Small Groups, Status, Status Beliefs, Status Construction, Status Interventions, Well-Being, Stereotypes, Cognition, Bias, Attitude Change, Emotions, Affect, Cooperation


- ASA Data Visualization Workshop: Flexible Approaches for Assessing and Modeling Nonlinearities

- Linear Regression / Introduction to Quantitative Data Analysis: Indiana University

- Visualizing Interaction Effects - HDFS Colloquium: Purdue