I am a statistical consultant currently living in Bangkok, Thailand. I have been an invited lecturer for teaching statistics in many programs (e.g., the Faculty of Psychology, Chulalongkorn University, the Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University, and the Institute of Measurement, Methodoloty, Analysis, and Policy, Texas Tech University). I have been a statistical consultant for both public (e.g., the Office of that Civil Service Commission, Thailand, the Office of the Education Council, Thailand) and many other private companies (e.g., Kasikornthai bank).
I am originally from Bangkok, Thailand. I finished my undergraduate degree in Psychology from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. After that, I was a lecturer in the Faculty of Psychology, Chulalongkorn University for two years. Then, I finished my master program from quantitative psychology program at the Illinois State University. I finished my doctoral program from the quantitative psychology program at the University of Kansas. Next, I worked for a postdoctoral research associate at the Institute of Measurement, Methodoloty, Analysis, and Policy, Texas Tech University.
My interests are generally broad. I find myself quite scattered. My current inspiration is on model fit evaluation in structural equation modeling. Currently, I am studying the Monte Carlo (or parametric bootstrap) and Bayesian approaches for model evaluation. I am also generally interested in optimal research design. That is, I am interested in how researchers design their study before collecting data that makes the efficient use of resources, such as power analysis and planned missing data. Besides, I have several studies on diverse areas, such as Bayesian analysis, multilevel SEM, reliability, residual centering, and so on.
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