Alexander M. Schoemann, Ph.D.
|Office: Rawl 211
|104 Rawl Building
Department of Psychology
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858-4353
Ph.D., Psychology, Kansas University (2011)
MA, Psychology, Wake Forest University (2006)
BA, Psychology, Tufts University (2003)
Dr. Schoemann's research is focused in two areas: quantitative and social psychology. His quantitative interests lie in developing and evaluating applications of latent variable modeling including factor analysis, structural equation modeling (SEM), and multilevel modeling (MLM). Dr. Schoemann's social psychological research interests are relate to prejudice and discrimination against older adults.
Selected Publications in Peer Refereed Journals
Schoemann, A. M., Miller, P. R., Pornprasertmanit, S., & Wu W. (in press). Using Monte Carlo simulations to determine power and sample size in planned missing data designs. International Journal of Behavioral Development.
Little, T. D., Rhemtulla, M., Gibson, K., & Schoemann, A. M. (2013). Why the items versus parcels controversy needn’t be one. Psychological Methods, 18, 285-300.
Geldhof, G. J., Pornprasertmanit, S., Schoemann, A. M., & Little, T. D. (2013). Orthogonalizing through residual centering: Extended applications and caveats. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 73, 27-46.
Schoemann, A. M., & Branscombe, N. R. (2011). Looking young for your age: Perceptions of anti-aging actions. European Journal of Social Psychology 41, 86-95.