Bruce Blaine, Ph.D., PStat®

Professor

Director, Statistics Program

 

 

Applied statistician

Research and statistical consultant

Teaching: Undergraduate and graduate courses in applied statistics and quantitative research methods.

Research/academic interests: Meta-analysis, statistical inference, R, effect size and estimation statistics, quantitative research methods in the social sciences, quantitative program evaluation, statistical consulting.

 

 

Recent publications/presentations

Dever, K., Roman, T., Dollinger, M., Bowllan, N., Smith, C., & Blaine, B. (in press). Comparing Professional Values and Authentic Leadership Dimensions in Baccalaureate Nursing Students: A Longitudinal Study. Journal of Nursing Research.

Blaine, B. (2013).  How do college science faculty (mis)interpret nonsignificant p values? Journal of Unified Statistical Techniques, 1, 1-3.

Reed, D., & Blaine, B. (2013, September). Resilient Women Educational Leaders in Turbulent Times:  Applying the Leader Resilience Profile ® to    Assess Women’s Leadership Strengths. Paper presented at 4th International Women Leading Education Across the Continents Conference, Ghana.

Blaine, B. (2013, July). Using simulations to teach statistical inference in AP Statistics. Presented at the 2013 Association of Mathematics Teachers New York State Conference, Rochester, NY.

Blaine, B. (2012). On teaching statistical inference: What do p values (not) mean? Paper presented at the 1st Biennial Electronic Conference on Teaching Statistics (eCOTS). http://www.causeweb.org/ecots/.