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FALL 2017

Quantitative Topic: Thesis Processes, Procedures, and Policies

Thesis progress reports from Kyla Cary, Olivia Cody, Thomas Holzhauer, and Jordan Thomas

Research Article Discussion by Dr. Julie Campbell (The article will be announced at a later date.)

SPRING 2018

Introduction of Dual Sequence Students

Discussion of articles led by Cody Heap, Haley Hume, Nicole Landa, Lydia Marvin, Lesilie Padilla, and Alexis Pandelios

FALL 2008

Quantitative Topic: The thesis process

Discussion of articles led by Brooke Hunter, Donald Johnson, Daniel Raver, Nicholas Strong, and Yin Ong

SPRING 2009

Quantitative Topic: Effective use of PowerPoint in academic presentations

Thesis progress reports from Brooke Hunter, Donald Johnson, Sunthud Pornprasertmanit, Daniel Raver, Nicholas Strong, and Yin Ong

FALL 2007

Quantitative Topics: Statistical consulting; Thesis procedures and time line; Institutional Review Board procedures, Psychology research, and Research & Sponsored Programs; Data management tips and tricks

Discussion of articles led by Marat Abdukarimov, David Daly, and Arati Patel

Featured Guest Speaker: Rod Funk, Chestnut Health Systems: Godley, M D., Kahn, J. H., Dennis, M. L. Godley, S. H., & Funk, R. R. (2005). The stability and impact of environmental factors on substance use and problems after adolescent outpatient treatment for cannabis abuse or dependence.

SPRING 2008

Quantitative Topics: Computer text analysis; Cross-products regression

Thesis progress reports from Marat Abdukarimov, David Daly, Brooke Hunter, Daniel Raver, and Yin Ong

FALL 2016

Quantitative Topic: Writing Your Thesis

Thesis progress reports from Tim Deering, Feng Ji, Duc Nguyen, Alison Slaughter, and Zachery Stillman

SPRING 2017

Quantitative Topic: Statistical Consulting

Thesis progress reports from Kyla Cary, Olivia Cody, Thomas Holzhauer, and Jordan Thomas

FALL 2015

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SPRING 2016

Students and faculty members attended four Research Colloquia for Clinical-Counseling and Developmental/Quantitative Faculty Candidates

Discussion of articles led by Timothy Deering, Feng Ji, Duc Nguyen, Alison Slaughter, and Zachery Stillman

FALL 2014

Quantitative Topic: Writing your thesis

Thesis progress reports from Kamila Gabka, Ellen Klieme, Rebecca Oglesby, Ryan Tuggle, and David Wolfe

SPRING 2015

Quantitative Topic: Life and death psychometrics

Discussion of articles led by Adam Hampton, Hannah Jones, Melissa Matheys, Zachary Richardson, Zachary Roman, and C J Zobell

FALL 2013

Quantitative Topics: Writing a thesis; Panel discussion about life after ISU Quantitative Psychology

Discussion of articles led by Anthony Czesak, Andrew Eichler, Amanda Fisher, Andrew Salmonson, and Aaron Whitley

SPRING 2014

Discussion of articles led by Kamila Gabka, Ellen Klieme, Rebecca Oglesby, Ryan Tuggle, and David Wolfe

FALL 2012

Quantitative Topics: Writing a thesis; Data analysis tips and tricks

Thesis progress reports from Shane Boyd, Philip Drazewski, Martin Gallegos, Devin Gill, Nicole Hilaire, Michael Hoffman, J. D. Hogue, Heather Hyman, and Josh Rohlfs

SPRING 2013

Quantitative Topic: Dual sequences

Discussion of articles led by Anthony Czesak, Andrew Eichler, Amanda Fisher, Andrew Salmonson, and Aaron Whitely

FALL 2011

Quantitative Topic: Thesis procedures

Thesis progress reports from Drew Abney, Mackenzi Harmon, Ashley Niemczyk, Sebastian Pazderski, Frances Rynders, Kandace Waddy, Kevin Wallpe, and Kelly Whalen

SPRING 2012

Quantitative Topic: Statistical consulting

Discussion of articles led by Devin Gill, Michael Hoffman, J. D. Hogue, Heather Hyman, and Josh Rohlfs

FALL 2010

Quantitative Topics: Thesis procedures; Research and post-mortem

Thesis progress reports from Adam Bradshaw, James Clinton, Justin Durtschi, Derek Herrmann, Lindsay Pater, Stan Treger, and Josh Wondra

SPRING 2011

Quantitative Topics: How to lead an effective article discussion; Statistical consulting; SPSS and Excel data management: Tips, tricks, and acts of sheer wizardry

Discussion of articles led by Drew Abney, Frances Rynders, Kandace Waddy, and Kevin Wallpe

FALL 2009

Quantitative Topic: Research

Thesis progress reports from Derek Drozd, Thomas Hughes, and Sunthud Pronprasertmanit

Featured Guest Speaker: Kathryn Melcher, The DeGarmo Group

SPRING 2010

Quantitative Topic: The perils of PowerPoint: How to use PowerPoint effectively

Thesis progress reports from Adam Bradshaw, James Clinton, Derek Drozd, Justin Durtschi, Thomas Hughes, Sunthud Pornprasertmanit, and Stan Treger

FALL 2006

Quantitative Topics: The thesis process; Institutional Research Board procedures; Psychology research website, and Research and Sponsored Programs; Statistical consultation

Discussion of articles led by Kate Hudson, Eric Malek, Amy Mast, and Kyriakos Tsiappoutas

SPRING 2007

Quantitative Topic: Data management tips and tricks

Thesis progress reports from Marat Abdukarimos, Kate Hudson, Eric Malek, Amy Mast, Andrew Monroe, Michael Mukavetz, and Kyriakos Tsiappoutas