Jee-Seon Kim is a Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology and is also affiliated with the Interdisciplinary Training Program in the Education Sciences and the Center for Health Enhancement Systems Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her research focuses on developing and applying statistical models to address practical issues in the behavioral sciences. Her research interests include multilevel modeling, imputation of missing data, longitudinal data analysis, latent variable modeling, and propensity score analysis. She has been the lead statistician on various projects sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, US Department of Education, and National Science Foundation. Her work has been published in Psychometrika, Psychological Methods, Journal of Educational Measurement, Multivariate Behavioral Research, Applied Psychological Methods, and Structural Equation Modeling. She has been a fellow of the Spencer Foundation, consulting editor for Psychological Methods, and book review editor for Psychometrika.
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Current ProjectsCollaborative Research: The Impact of Early Algebra on Students' Algebra-ReadinessBio-Sphere: Fostering Deep Learning of Complex Biology for Building Our Next Generation's ScientistsScience Inquiry Using Physical and Virtual Experiments: Systematic Investigation of Issues and Conditions for Learning
Completed ProjectsDeveloping Algebra-Ready Students for Middle School: Exploring the Impact of Early AlgebraMatching Strategies for Observational Studies with Multilevel Data in Educational Research