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I am currently a PhD candidate finishing my degree in general psychology. I love learning and teaching statistics and research methods (i.e., both quantitative and qualitative).
I have an undergraduate degree in psychology and master’s of science in experimental psychology. I have designed and run studies on both people and rats. (read more)
...With a BS and MS in Chemical Engineering (Lehigh University, Johns Hopkins) and a quantitative MBA (Carnegie Mellon), I have the skills and knowledge to teach a wide range of science and math subjects. And with a career covering R&D, innovation, new business development, Army mega-projects, and ... (read more)
...While getting a degree in Biomedical Engineering, I had the opportunity to tutor students privately, and as a teaching assistant. Before college, I was recommended by high school teachers to tutor younger students. I have taught dozens of students, both privately, and in classroom settings. (read more)
...When teaching abstract mathematical subjects, I try to remove the abstraction as much as possible and put the problem into concrete and conceivable conditions. I also feel very strongly about the subjects I study and want those around me to feel the same. For this, I will work hard to convey information effectively to the student so that the student can fully understand their subject. (read more)
...Everyone has unique strengths and weaknesses in learning statistics. I try to figure out students' unique issues through conversation and help them understand the topic by using various tools including simulations, short readings, and hands-on demonstrations. I am also an expert in research methods and psychometrics. (read more)