Quantitative Methods

People specializing in this area

Faculty

Duane Alwin

Structural equation modeling, reliability and validity of measures, growth curve modeling

Diane Felmlee

Quantitative Methodology; longitudinal analysis; interdependent events

Glenn Firebaugh

Analyzing repeated surveys, measures of inequality, causal analysis

Corina Graif

Crime, Risk, and Justice, Communities and Urban Sociology, Spatial Stratification and Mobility

Melissa A. Hardy

Statistical distributions, analysis of discrete and continuous data

David R. Johnson

Structural equation models, multilevel models, multiple imputation, methods of survey research

Liying Luo

Quantitative Methods, Demography, Life Course, Inequality, Health Disparities

Molly A. Martin

Structural equation models, twin models

Stephen A. Matthews

Spatial analysis, GIS

Wayne Osgood

Multilevel models, causal analysis, methods of criminology research

Jeremy Staff

criminology, life course studies, and stratification

Jennifer Van Hook

Event history models, applied demography methods

Ashton M. Verdery, M.A., Ph.D.

Social Networks, Computational Sociology, Quantitative Methodology, Social Demography

Scott T. Yabiku

Demography, Family, Population and Environment, Migration

Emeritus Faculty

Paul R. Amato

Structural equation modeling, latent class analysis

Graduate Directors

Melissa A. Hardy

Statistical distributions, analysis of discrete and continuous data

Stephen A. Matthews

Spatial analysis, GIS

Jeremy Staff

criminology, life course studies, and stratification

Center Directors

Duane Alwin

Structural equation modeling, reliability and validity of measures, growth curve modeling