Graduate Students

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Randy Bautista

rpbautis@usc.edu | Quantitative Psychology | SGM 822

Randy graduated from the University of Hawaii at Manoa with a BA in Economics. He is a first year quantitative psychology doctoral student. His primary research interests lie in educational and psychological measurement.

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Taona Chithambo

chithamb@usc.edu | Clinical Psychology | SGM 920

Taona received her BA in Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin and is currently a fourth year doctoral student. She collaborates with faculty in the clinical, social, and quantitative psychology areas at USC. Her research interests include cultural factors contributing to intervention outcomes and the influence of culture on body image and eating behaviors. She has also engaged in research on the effects of perceived discrimination on youth psychosocial adjustment, as well as the application of structural equation modeling to evaluate the efficacy of early childhood intervention programs.

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Ross Jacobucci

rcjacobuc@gmail.com | Quantitative Psychology | SGM 822


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Sarfaraz Serang

serang@usc.edu | Quantitative Psychology | SGM 714

Sarfaraz graduated with a BS in Psychology and Statistics from the University of California, Davis. He is interested in studying longitudinal data analysis, both within and outside the structural equation modeling framework. His methodological interests include developing and evaluating new statistical techniques for understanding change over time.


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Addie Timmons

adelatim@usc.edu | Clinical & Quantitative Psychology | SGM 921

Addie graduated from the University of Kansas with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Methodology. She is a Clinical and Quantitative doctoral student. Her substantive research interests include family conflict, violence, communication, and developmental outcomes. Her quantitative interests include longitudinal research design, multilevel analysis for longitudinal data, and latent growth curve analysis.