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Eric R. Schuler Quantitative/Computational Research Methodologist Center for Teaching, Research and Learning

Additional Positions at AU
Quantitative/Computational Research Methodologist
Degrees
PhD, Experimental Psychology, University of North Texas

MS, Psychology, University of North Texas
BA, English Literature (Concentration in Irish Literature) and Psychology, University of Connecticut

Bio
Eric R. Schuler is a research methodologist specializing in quantitative and computational methods at the Center for Teaching, Research and Learning. In this role, he provides methodological consultations to American University faculty, staff, and students. Eric has a background in Bayesian inference, generalized linear mixed models, Monte Carlo statistical simulations, structural equation modeling, and a broad range of psychometric analytic methods. Additionally, he is interested in how Monte Carlo statistical simulations can be leveraged for applied data situations and for teaching data analytical techniques.