Patrice Renée Cobb
Quantitative Psychology Graduate Student
Patrice is a doctoral student in quantitative psychology. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Before coming to UC Merced she worked in Neuropsychiatry and Pharmacology laboratories at UC San DIego, investigating schizophrenia and the effects of oxytocin. Her current interests include, but are not limited to, modeling nonlinear data, Bayesian estimation, structural equation modeling and the analysis of neuroimaging data. She has also completed an advanced certification in biostatistics at the University of California, San Diego Extension.
My Latest Research
Lead by Carolyn Dicey Jennings (UC Merced), a team of academics investigated data related to the graduation and placement records of English-language philosophy Ph.D. programs.
The Prevalence, Form, and Impact of Trend in Single Case Designs: A Secondary Analysis Using Generalized Additive Models. by William R. Shadish and Patrice R Cobb.