On June 23, 2021, Patrick and Dan conducted a pre-conference workshop, Introduction to Latent Curve Modeling, at the 52nd Annual International Meeting of the Society for Psychotherapy Research. A copy of the notes for participants is available at https://centerstat.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/BauerCurran_handouts.pdf for those who may be interested.
Daniel Bauer, Ph.D.
Dan Bauer is a Professor and the Director of the L.L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of North Carolina. He teaches primarily graduate-level courses in statistical methods, for which he has won teaching awards from the University of North Carolina and from the American Psychological Association. Endeavoring to make advanced statistical techniques more accessible, Dan has spent the last 15 years developing and teaching workshops on a variety of topics in both the United States and abroad, including multilevel modeling, mixture modeling, longitudinal data analysis, structural equation modeling, latent curve analysis, missing data analysis, measurement, and integrative data analysis. His research interests lie at the intersection of quantitative and developmental psychology, particularly the development of problem and health-related behaviors over childhood and adolescence. He has published over 65 scientific papers, served as Associate Editor for Psychological Methods, currently serves on the editorial boards of several journals, and has reviewed grants for the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and the Institute of Educational Sciences. He received an early career award from the American Psychological Association in 2009. For more details, see his academic web page.