Dr. David LaHuis (Wright State University)

Friday, April 10, 2020, 12:15 pm to 1:15 pm
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David LaHuis joined the Psychology Department in 2003. Dr. LaHuis received his Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology in 2002 from the University of Connecticut.Dr. LaHuis's research interests include item response theory and multilevel modeling.  His current focus is on understanding how individuals' traitedness levels affect their responses to personality items. 

(Biography from https://people.wright.edu/david.lahuis)

Recent Publications

LaHuis, D.M., Barnes, T., Hakoyama, S., Blackmore, C.E., & Hartman, M. (2017). Measuring Traitedness with person reliability parameters. Personality and Individual Differences, 109, 111-116.

Burns, G. N., Morris, M.B., Periard, D. A., LaHuis, D.M., Flannery, N.M.,, Carretta, T.R., & Roebke, M. (2017). Criterion-Related Validity of a Big Five General Factor of Personality from the TIPI to the IPIP. International Journal of Selection and Assessment.

LaHuis, D. M., Bryant-Lees, K., Barnes, T. & Hakoyama, S. (2018). A Comparison of Procedures for Estimating Person Reliability Parameters in the Graded Response Model. Journal of Educational Measurement.

LaHuis, D.M., Blackmore, C.E., Bryant-Leese, Barnes, T., & Delgado, K. (2019). Item response theory trees in the selection context. Organizational Research Methods.

LaHuis, D.M., Blackmore, C.E., Bryant-Leese, Barnes, T., & Delgado, K. (2019). Item response theory trees in the selection context. Organizational Research Methods.

LaHuis, D.M., Blackmore, C.E., & Bryant-Lees, K. (2019). Explained variance measures for multilevel models. In J. LeBreton & S. Humphrey (Eds), Handbook for Multilevel Theory, Measurement, and Analysis. American Psychological Association: Washington DC.

Full List of Publications can be found HERE

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