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prof. dr. M.E. (Marieke) Timmerman

Professor of Multivariate data analysis

Field/Discipline

Expertise

My main research theme involves explaining observed data, typically resulting from psychological research, with a meaningful and concise model. This task becomes really challenging when multivariate and/or longitudinal measurements are to be modeled jointly. Specific methods of interests concern the development and evaluation of 1. data reduction modeling (e.g., principal component analysis); 2. latent variable modeling (e.g., exploratory factor analysis); 3. cluster modeling (e.g., mixture analysis); 4. modeling for test construction (e.g., GAMLSS model for test norming).

Other positions

Director of the Graduate School of Behavioural and Social Sciences
Co-adapter Dutch IDS-2
Last modified:12 March 2019 07.35 a.m.

Contact information

Psychology

Room:
2211.0209
Working hours:
Office hour: Thursdays, 9.00-10.00
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