Quantitative Psychology Lab at Sogang University
- Hye Won Suk (Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Sogang University, 2017-)
- Ph.D., McGill University, Montreal, QC (2013)
- Assistant Professor, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ (2013-2017)
- Contact: +82-2-705-8328 (35 Baekbeom-ro, Dasan Hall 341, Mapo-gu, Seoul 04107, Rep of Korea)
- E-mail: hsuk2 [at] sogang.ac.kr
- Curriculum Vitae
- My research focuses on various statistical methods for analyzing intensive longitudinal data that are measured over a handful of time points. Examples of intensive longitudinal data include daily diary data obtained from chronic pain patients for 2 weeks and pupil dilation data obtained for several minutes during an experiment. Traditional longitudinal data analysis methods have been developed for longitudinal data with a few time points. I am interested in extending traditional longitudinal data analysis methods to deal with intensive longitudinal data based on multilevel modeling, functional data analysis, spline models, and GSCA (generalized structured component analysis).
- I am also collaborating with researchers in diverse fields of psychology (clinical, health, cognitive, social, organizational) providing consultation on data analysis and doing research in order to address various methodological issues.
- Psychological Statistics (PSY2002) TTH 10:30 - 11:45
- Advanced Statistics (PSY6001) T 15:00 - 18:00
- Multilevel Modeling: Basics and Applications (PSY6005) TH 15:00 - 18:00