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Assistant Professor Kimberly Maier - Measurements and Quantitative Methods

Phone: (517) 355-8538
Office: 451 Erickson Hall, Michigan State University, MI 48824

Kimberly Maier is an assistant professor of Measurement and Quantitative Methods who is interested in the development of statistical models for complex data structures. Her current research focuses on the application of multilevel item response theory to educational achievement measures and attitudinal surveys. Other areas of interest include Bayesian data analysis methods for educational research, the study of family impacts on adolescent achievement and aspirations, adolescent motivation in science and mathematics education, and the application of multilevel models to policy research.
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