Statistical Consulting and Tutoring Provided by Graduate Students at East Carolina University
The students listed here have completed at least one and as many as four graduate level courses in statistics. They are competent in using SAS, SPSS, and R. You should not expect them to offer their services pro bono. Their graduate stipends are quite modest. My consulting fee is $200 an hour. I think that they deserve at least $50 an hour, but they may be willing to work for less.
Sophie Galofaro: Has completed one semester or graduate statistics and is enrolled in a second. She has mastered all of the basics taught in PSYC 2101, including the use of SPSS.
Jordan Ellis: Has
completed four semesters of graduate statistics, and will be completing ECUís
graduate certificate in Quantitative Methods for the Social and Behavioral
Sciences in May 2017. He earned his masterís degree in Clinical Health
Psychology in 2015 from Appalachian State University and is currently working on
his doctoral degree in Clinical Health Psychology at ECU. He is an outstanding
teaching assistant for both graduate and undergraduate courses in statistics.
Jordan has worked as the lead data analyst on several projects using structural
equation modeling (SEM) procedures, including leading a project to develop the
Adult Picky Eating Questionnaire. He also has experience processing and
analyzing heart rate data and qualitative data. Sydney Siver: Has
completed four semester of graduate statistics. Is an outstanding teaching
assistant for both graduate and undergraduate courses in statistics. Is
nearing completion of a masters thesis on a quantitative topic, person mean
imputation versus multiple imputation. Dominic Moore: Is
currently enrolled in the second semester of graduate statistics. Research
interests include cyberloafing, organizational commitment, job satisfaction, and
organizational justice. Currently assisting ECU's S.T.E.P.P program with
regression modeling and chi-square testing in addition to qualitative analyses
through nVivo. Possess knowledge of SAS, SPSS, nVivo, and R.
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