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I  teach a variety of classes, primarily those focused on statistics and research methods in psychology

I frequently teach Psych 100A: Psychological Statistics in Fall Quarter. This is an undergraduate course in introductory statistics for psychological scientists. This course is a prerequisite for applying to any of the psychology majors at UCLA. 

I frequently teach Psych 254B: Mediation, Moderation and Conditional Process Analysis, in Winter Quarter. This is a graduate level course. It is expected to fill up quickly, so I highly recommend registering as soon as possible. 

In Spring teach Psych 250C: Regression Analysis, MWF 2:00pm - 3:15pm. This is an graduate level course, prerequisite courses include Psych 250A and Psych 250B. 

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about my teaching. I also teach a variety of traveling workshops . You can find more information about these on my Upcoming Events page. 



Psych 250C Writing Guide

University of California, Los Angeles

PSYC 100A (Psychological Statistics) 

PSYCH 250C (Advanced Psychological Statistics, Regression)

PSYC 258 (Mediation, Moderation, and Conditional Process Analysis) 

PSYC M257 (Multivariate Statistics with Latent Variables)

Ohio State Classes

PSYC 2220 (Data Analysis in Psychology) Tutor

PSYC 3321 (Quantitative and Statistical Methods in Psychology) Tutor

PSYC 6810 (Statistical Methods in Psychology I) Tutor

PSYC 6811 (Statistical Methods in Psychology II) Tutor


"Amanda was an amazing tutor! She helped make the conceptual material more understandable for me and even gave extra examples to make sure that I understood what was going on. She was very flexible with hours and was even available after our tutoring hour for any extra questions that I had. I definitely recommend her as a tutor!"

-OSU Student, Graduating Class of 2016, PSYC 3321


"Amanda was incredibly clear in her teaching! She had excellent examples and demonstrated how to do different types of analysis with careful attention to the students needs."

-GSERM Participant, Olso 2018




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