Jordan J. Vossen
B.S. in Psychology, 2014, Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-4820
I graduated from Washington State University in 2014 with my Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a minor in Human Development.
I have recently been accepted into Washington State University’s Experimental Psychology Ph.D. program, and plan to continue to pursue my research interests in Quantitative Psychology. Specifically, I am interested in using various modeling techniques such as multiple regression analysis, longitudinal analysis, and multivariate modeling to predict academic success in educational settings. I developed an interest in quantitative psychology while taking an Advanced Quantitative Methods course where we learned about multiple regression and multilevel modeling and analysis. I found that I enjoyed the challenge of working with and analyzing the data sets.
I served as an undergraduate research assistant in Dr. Joyce Ehrlinger’s Social Cognition Lab from 2013 to 2014 and as a full-time lab manager from 2014 to 2015. During my time in Dr. Ehrlinger’s Lab I have conducted research in social psychology concerning positive feedback, implicit theories, and learning strategies.