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About Russell T Warne

Professional page for Dr. Russell T. Warne, quantitative psychologist at Utah Valley University. I'm interested in designing and conducting psychological research and designing/critiquing psychological and educational tests.
I see teaching and research as inextricably linked. I like to write research articles that teach readers about statistical methods and psychological testing. I also enjoy bringing real-life research examples into my classes and to have students work on research projects—mine or their own. I am most interested in conducting research on testing, statistical methods, advanced academics (e.g., gifted programs, honors courses, Advanced Placement) and intelligence. If you are interested in joining my research team or receiving guidance for your own project, let me know.
My latest teaching endeavor is a textbook that I'm writing for Cambridge University Press entitled Statistics for the Social Sciences: A General Linear Model Approach, which will be published in 2017. I'm excited to bring my pedagogy to a wider audience and to partner with the folks at Cambridge in making statistics more accessible for social science students.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor of Psychology, Utah Valley University
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Curriculum Vitae




Honors and Awards

  • Presidential Award of Excellence for Scholarship, Utah Valley University (2015)
  • Dean's Recognition Award for Research, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Utah Valley University (2014)
  • Best Dissertation of 2011, National Association for Gifted Children
  • Best doctoral-level research in progress of 2010, National Association for Gifted Children
  • Lohman/Heep Fellowship, College of Education and Human Development, Texas A&M University (2010-2011)
  • Best doctoral-level research in progress of 2009, National Association for Gifted Children
  • Dean's Award, Southwest Educational Research Association (2009)
  • Dean's Award, Southwest Educational Research Association (2008)
  • Gifted Child Quarterly 2014 Paper of the year (2015)


Contact Information

Phone: 801-863-5380
Fax: 801-863-7089

Email:


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