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CAPS Methodology Workshop: Trenton Mize

Eggers Hall, 060

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Speaker: Trenton Mize, Purdue University
Topic: Data Visualization using Stata

Trenton Mize is an associate professor of sociology, core faculty of advanced methodologies, and director of the Kernan Experimental Social Science Lab at Purdue University. His research broadly focuses on (1) applications of social psychological theories of status, identity, and stereotyping to the intersections of gender and sexuality; (2) social factors affecting mental health and health behavior practices; and (3) applied statistics, quantitative methods, and social psychology. Mize uses and studies multiple quantitative methodology, and experimental design. He uses and studies multiple quantitative methods in his work, including survey experiments, lab experiments, representative survey data, longitudinal surveys, and simulation-based approaches.


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