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Indiana University Bloomington

Ke Zhang

Dr. Ke Zhang

Assistant Clinical Professor

 

zhangka [at] indiana.edu

office: PY 162 | 812-856-4040

 

Statistical modeling, Longitudinal designs, Psychometrics, Externalizing disorders, Dissemination and implementation, Program development and evaluation

Educational Background

  • 1999 – 2009-2016 Ph.D. University of Iowa
  • 2004-2008 B.Sc. University of Toronto

Areas of Interest

  • Statistical modeling
  • Longitudinal designs
  • Psychometrics
  • Externalizing disorders
  • Dissemination and implementation
  • Program development and evaluation

Research Interests

My research interests emphasizes the utilization of advanced statistical modeling (e.g., multilevel modeling) to understand psychopathological processes, longitudinal change, and the psychometric properties of psychological measures.

Clinical Interests

My clinical interests consist of program development, program evaluation, and dissemination and implementation science. Currently, I teach and supervise Clinical Science at the undergraduate level as I lead the Clinical Psychological Science Certificate program.

Links:

Clinical Psychological Science Certificate – IU Undergraduate Certificate Program
IU Clinical Science Program