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Jenn-Yun Tein

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Research Professor
Faculty, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 1104
Biography: 

Dr. Tein is a research professor and the Director of the Research Methodology Core at the ASU REACH Institute, with the Department of Psychology. She received her doctorate in quantitative psychology from the Ohio State University.  Her research focuses on program evaluations and various statistical and methodological applications and issues, including measurement, longitudinal modeling, mixture model analysis, multilevel analysis, and survival analysis. She is specifically interested in research and application of mediation and moderation models in prevention research to investigate how an intervention achieves the effects and on which groups or under what conditions the intervention has effects. She also has extensive research experience with children and families of minority populations. 

Education: 

Phd, Ohio State University, 1989

M. Ed. University of Texas at Austin, 1982

BA, National Chung-hsing University, Taiwan, 1977

Research Activity: 
Summer 2021
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PSY 563Prev Plan & Eval Serv Setting
Spring 2021
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PSY 563Prev Plan & Eval Serv Setting
Fall 2020
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PSY 563Prev Plan & Eval Serv Setting
Summer 2020
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PSY 563Prev Plan & Eval Serv Setting
Spring 2020
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PSY 563Prev Plan & Eval Serv Setting
Fall 2019
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PSY 563Prev Plan & Eval Serv Setting