Marieke Visser

Marieke Visser – CV Marieke is a doctoral student in quantitative psychology at University of California, Merced since Fall 2018. Her current research interests include Bayesian estimation and structural equation modeling. Before moving to Merced, she received her B.A. in Psychology from

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Prospective PhD Students

Are you interested in being a doctoral student in Quantitative Psychology? Members of The Depaoli Lab learn about cutting edge techniques in the field, regularly present at (inter)national conferences, and publish in some of the top Quantitative journals. Contact Dr.

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Sonja Winter

Graduate Student Sonja Winter – CV Sonja is a doctoral student in quantitative psychology at University of California, Merced since Fall 2016. She received her B.Sc. in Psychology (2011) and M.Sc. in Developmental Psychology (2013) at Utrecht University, The Netherlands. Before

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Patrice Cobb

Graduate Student Patrice Cobb – CV Patrice is a doctoral student in quantitative psychology. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.  Before coming to UC Merced she worked in Neuropsychiatry and Pharmacology laboratories at UC

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Visiting PhD Students

Sanne Smid, visiting PhD student in 2017, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Sanne is a PhD student at the Methodology & Statistics department at Utrecht University, The Netherlands. She is visiting the Depaoli lab for two months in the Fall of

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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

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Dr. Sarah Depaoli (Lab Director)

Professor Sarah Depaoli – CV My research interests are largely focused on issues surrounding Bayesian estimation of latent variable models. I have particular interests in estimation issues arising from nonlinear growth patterns over time. I am also interested in improving accuracy

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William Kyle Hamilton

Lab Manager William Kyle Hamilton – CV William earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Political Science from the University of California, Merced in 2012 and is now a research assistant at the Health Communications and Interventions

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