People

Davood Tofighi


Assistant Professor, School of Psychology
Ph.D. (2010) Quantitative Psychology, Arizona State UniversityDavood Tofighi
J S Coon building 132
404-894-7558
dtofighi@psych.gatech.edu

Research Interests

The overall goal of my research is to develop, enhance, and evaluate the state-of-the-art mathematical and statistical methods that are widely used to model real-world, complex psychological, educational, and health phenomenon. My substantive research focuses on the application of statistical methods to model causal and developmental processes in public health research, industrial/organizational and developmental psychology, and educational psychology.

School of Psychology faculty page | CV

Taylor Baldwin


Ph. D. Student, Quantitative PsychologyTaylor Baldwin
J. S. Coon Building G31
404-894-7553
tbaldwin8@gatech.edu

Taylor is a third year student in the Quantitative Psychology program. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from LaGrange College. Her current research focuses include causal inference and multilevel mediation techniques.

 

Heather Handy


Ph. D. Student, Quantitative PsychologyHeather Handy
J. S. Coon Building G31
404-894-7553
hhandy3@gatech.edu

Heather is a first year student in the Quantitative Psychology program. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Great Falls. 

School of Psychology Quantitative Graduate Students Page