Students will learn advanced statistical techniques such as logistic regression and canonical correlation used for planning research studies and analyzing data.
PSY 662 (Applied Psychological Research Methods I); Admission to the Plan C graduate program in Applied Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Alyssa Mitchell Gibbons received her Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Illinois in 2007, with a minor in Quantitative Psychology. Her research explores various aspects of the assessment center method, including measurement, consistency of performance, and developmental applications. Dr. Gibbons’ other research interests include safety culture and climate in the workplace and the role of advice in decision making. She currently teaches graduate courses in Measurement and Personality as well as an undergraduate course in Industrial Psychology.