About Terri Pigott
Terri Pigott, Ph.D. is Associate Provost for Research at Loyola University Chicago. She previously served as Dean of the School of Education and Professor of Research Methodology at Loyola University Chicago. She received her B.A in Psychology from the University of Notre Dame and a Ph.D. in Education from the University of Chicago, specializing in Measurement, Evaluation and Statistical Analysis. Her research interests center on methods for meta-analysis including power, missing data, individual participant meta-analysis. She is also interested in quality of research reporting and outcome reporting bias. She is a co-Editor of the Methods Group for the Campbell Collaboration, and is a past co-Chair of the Methods Group. She was a founding member of the American Educational Research Association Special Interest Group, Systematic Review and Meta-analysis, serving as co-chair. She is also a founding member of the group, Women in Quantitative Methodology (www.womenquants.org), and organization devoted to supporting women pursuing careers in quantitative research methods.
|Associate Provost for Research, Loyola University Chicago ‐ Office of the Provost|
|Professor, Loyola University Chicago ‐ School of Education|
Power analysis for meta-analysis, Missing data methods for meta-analysis, and Outcome reporting bias in educational research
Research Works (38)
Validation of the Employment Hope Scale: Measuring Psychological Self-Sufficiency Among ...
Research on Social Work Practice (2012)
The Employment Hope scale (EHS) was designed to measure the empowerment-based self-sufficiency (SS) outcome among low-income job-seeking clients. This measure ...