Bridging Advanced Quantitative Methods and Applied Research in the Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences

BRIDGING ADVANCED QUANTITATIVE METHODS WITH APPLIED RESEARCH IN THE BEHAVORIAL, SOCIAL & HEALTH SCIENCES

Training

We currently offer workshops on Multilevel Modeling, Structural Equation Modeling, Structural Equation Models for Longitudinal Data, Mixture Models and Cluster Analysis, and Network Analysis. We also provide individually tailored instruction to groups with specific data analytic needs.

Consulting

We provide consulting services on each phase of the research process, from study design to the application and interpretation of quantitative methods. We offer several modes of consulting to suit a variety of needs.

Informing

We seek to provide you with the information you need to be a knowledgeable user of quantitative methods, including updates on ongoing developments in the field, discussion of common data analytic concerns, and tutorials on commonly used techniques.

LATEST NEWS

Dan Bauer Receives Teaching Award from the American Psychological Association

February 10, 2018

Curran-Bauer Analytics is pleased to announce that Dan has been honored with another teaching award in recognition of his exceptional teaching and mentoring skills. Dan was selected to receive the 2018 Jacob Cohen Award for Distinguished Teaching and Mentoring by the American Psychological Association, Division 5 (Quantitative and Qualitative Methods). He will be recognized at this year’s annual convention in San Francisco. This adds to several prior teaching awards granted to both Dan and Patrick. Dan also received the 2016 Distinguished Teaching Award for Post-Baccalaureate Instruction by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Patrick received both the 2016 Cohen Teaching Award from the APA and the 2012 Chapman Family Teaching Award from the University of North Carolina in recognition of excellence in undergraduate teaching. Dan and Patrick bring the same level of passion and commitment to teaching in their summer workshops, disseminating quantitative methods to a broad audience of researchers in the psychological, social, and health sciences.