Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
Dr. Depaoli is an associate professor of Quantitative Methodology, Measurement, and Statistics. Her expertise is in Bayesian statistics and latent variable modeling. The statistical tools that she develops and works with have been applied to a variety of health-based inquiries, including projects examining social-emotional and behavioral difficulties in classrooms, identifying gender and racial/ethnic differences in adolescents' intent to smoke cigarettes, assessing health-based questionnaires for cross-cultural differences, and identifying small (and hard to distinguish) groups of people suffering from PTSD after a traumatic event. She is currently serving as Associate Editor for two major Quantitative journals: Psychological Methods, and Multivariate Behavioral Research.