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Qi Chen

Title
Associate Professor
Department
Educational Psychology
College
College of Education

Education

Other, University of Texas,Austin, 2009.
Major: Department of Human Development and Family Sciences, School of Human Ecology
PhD, Texas A&M University, College Station, 2008.
Major: Educational Psychology, Specialization: Research, Measurement, Statistics
MA, Nanjing University, China, 2002.
Major: English: Applied Linguistics
BA, Nanjing University, China, 1999.
Major: English Language and Literature

Current Scheduled Teaching*

EPSY 6210.001, Multiple Regression Analysis and Related Methods, Spring 1 2018
EPSY 6270.001, Structural Equation Modeling, Spring 1 2018
EPSY 6900.704, Special Problems, Fall 1 2017
EPSY 6010.001, Statistics for Educational Research, Fall 1 2017
EPSY 6230.001, Theory and Application of Hierarchical Linear Modeling, Fall 1 2017

* Texas Education Code 51.974 (HB 2504) requires each institution of higher education to make available to the public, a syllabus for undergraduate lecture courses offered for credit by the institution.

Previous Scheduled Teaching*

EPSY 6950.703, Doctoral Dissertation, Spring 2017
EPSY 6950.703, Doctoral Dissertation, Fall 2016
EPSY 6900.705, Special Problems, Fall 2016
EPSY 6950.703, Doctoral Dissertation, Spring 2016
EPSY 6210.001, Multiple Regression Analysis and Related Methods, Spring 2016
EPSY 6030.703, Practicum, Field Problem or Internship, Spring 2016
EPSY 6270.001, Structural Equation Modeling, Spring 2016
EPSY 6950.703, Doctoral Dissertation, Fall 2015
EPSY 6020.020, Research Methods in Education, Fall 2015
EPSY 6900.703, Special Problems, Fall 2015
EPSY 6900.705, Special Problems, Fall 2015
EPSY 6230.001, Theory and Application of Hierarchical Linear Modeling, Fall 2015
EPSY 6950.703, Doctoral Dissertation, Spring 2015
EPSY 6210.001, Multiple Regression Analysis and Related Methods, Spring 2015
EPSY 6020.002, Research Methods in Education, Spring 2015
EPSY 6950.703, Doctoral Dissertation, Fall 2014
EPSY 6020.020, Research Methods in Education, Fall 2014
EPSY 6020.026, Research Methods in Education, Fall 2014
EPSY 6230.001, Theory and Application of Hierarchical Linear Modeling, Fall 2014
EPSY 6950.703, Doctoral Dissertation, Spring 2014
EPSY 6210.001, Multiple Regression Analysis and Related Methods, Spring 2014
EPSY 6020.002, Research Methods in Education, Spring 2014
EPSY 6950.703, Doctoral Dissertation, Fall 2013
EPSY 6900.703, Special Problems, Fall 2013
EPSY 6210.001, Multiple Regression Analysis and Related Methods, Spring 2013
EPSY 6020.002, Research Methods in Education, Spring 2013
EPSY 6900.703, Special Problems, Spring 2013
EPSY 6900.703, Special Problems, Fall 2012
EPSY 6010.002, Statistics for Educational Research, Fall 2012
EPSY 6010.792, Statistics for Educational Research, Fall 2012
EPSY 6230.001, Theory and Application of Hierarchical Linear Modeling, Fall 2012
EPSY 6210.001, Multiple Regression Analysis and Related Methods, Spring 2012
EPSY 6900.703, Special Problems, Spring 2012
EPSY 6010.020, Statistics for Educational Research, Spring 2012
EPSY 6010.026, Statistics for Educational Research, Spring 2012
EPSY 6010.796, Statistics for Educational Research, Spring 2012
EPSY 6010.001, Statistics for Educational Research, Fall 2011
EPSY 6230.001, Theory and Application of Hierarchical Linear Models, Fall 2011
EPSY 6210.001, Multiple Regression Analysis and Related Methods, Spring 2011
EPSY 6010.020, Statistics for Educational Research, Spring 2011
EPSY 6010.026, Statistics for Educational Research, Spring 2011
EPSY 6010.791, Statistics for Educational Research, Spring 2011
EPSY 6230.001, Advanced Research Design, Fall 2010
EPSY 6230.791, Advanced Research Design, Fall 2010
EPSY 6900.703, Special Problems, Fall 2010
EPSY 6010.002, Statistics for Educational Research, Fall 2010
EPSY 5210.001, ED STATISTICS, Spring 2010
EPSY 6010.002, Statistics for Educational Research, Spring 2010
EPSY 6230.001, Advanced Research Design, Fall 2009

* Texas Education Code 51.974 (HB 2504) requires each institution of higher education to make available to the public, a syllabus for undergraduate lecture courses offered for credit by the institution.