- Assistant Professor
- PSY 344 (Orlando)
Shiyang joined our faculty as an assistant professor in I/O Psychology in the fall of 2018. She received her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology (Measurement), M.A. in Educational Psychology (Learning & Cognition), and M.S. in Statistics, all from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Her graduate training in psychometrics and statistics allows her to apply and extend innovative quantitative methods/models to study a wide range of topics in social and behavioral sciences, including developing and improving assessments with better psychometric qualities, utilizing online technology to deliver assessments and training programs with an adaptive approach, applying and refining statistical models and exploiting modern psychometrics. She is also interested in utilizing innovative analytical approaches such as machine learning and data mining algorithms to analyze high-dimensional data to advance the understanding of attributes in I/O psychology. She was a consultant intern at the clinical assessment division of Pearson.
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