PhD Graduates from the Depaoli Lab
Yuzhu (June) Yang, PhD in 2018, went on to be a Quantitative Researcher at Gartner, Arlington, VA. June joined the quantitative psychology doctoral program at UC Merced in Fall 2013. She studied under Dr. Sarah Depaoli, working on latent growth modeling, latent class analysis, and model averaging within the Bayesian framework. Before she moved to Merced, she studied at City University of New York and graduated with an M.S. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. June is originally from China. John Felt, PhD in 2018, went on to be a postdoctoral fellow at Penn State John began his doctoral studies in quantitative and health psychology in the Fall of 2013 where he worked under Dr. Sarah Depaoli and Dr. Jitske Tiemensma. He received his B.A. in psychology in 2011 from San Francisco State University and his M.A. in general-experimental psychology in 2013 from CSU-Northridge. His research interests include structural equation modeling, Bayesian estimation, and the interactions between hormones and behavior. ========= Sarah Scott, 2015 PhD in Health and Quantitative Psychology Sarah has now entered into a doctoral retraining program in Clinical Psychology.