Western Washington University (Psychology)
Western Washington University (Master's)
Hey all! I just graduated Western Washington University with my Master's degree in Experimental Psychology. I have a wealth of teaching assistant experience instructing students about the foundational concepts of research methods, statistical analyses, and psychological principles. In addition, I have advised many students 1-on-1 with individual research projects and psychology or statistics-related questions.
I have come to really enjoy my time being a teaching assistant at Western and really appreciate seeing students walk away with the satisfaction of learning something they did not know before. I am a patient tutor/teacher and will try to explain the content in multiple ways to maximize comprehension. I am also very open and welcoming and encourage students to ask questions at anytime they do not understand the material.
I hope to help you out soon!
I have four years experience in data analysis, with proficiency in SPSS and AMOS, and familiarity with HLM.
In addition, I have taken many statistics courses including correlational and experimental data analysis, and multivariate modeling.
Psychology is my passion and it is demonstrated by my Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Psychology. I have developed psychology research projects, written manuscripts, and presenting at local and national conferences. My expertise lies with social psychology, but I am very well rehearsed with cognitive and developmental psychology as well. I am also educated in psychology research methods.
I currently have an open schedule during the work week at any time. I encourage anyone that needs assistance or would like to learn more to contact me so we can schedule a meeting. Hope I can hear from you soon! Hey all! I just graduated Western Washington University with my Master's degree in Experimental Psychology. I have a wealth of teaching assistant experience instructing students about the foundational concepts of research methods, statistical analyses, and psychological principles. In
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