Dr. Daniel R. Lawrence earned an A.A.S. in Metallurgy from North Central State College, Ohio, a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Akron, a B.S. and M.S. in Education from Ball State University, an M.S. in Applied Statistics from RIT, and a Ph.D. focused on measurement theory from the University of Toronto, Canada. He is primarily interested in multivariate analysis ¾ specifically, psychometric theory and methods for quantifying qualitative measures (i.e., categorical response data). Prior to assuming his position with CQAS, he taught mathematics at Grove City College,PA. Dr. Lawrence is a member of the International Psychometric Society, the Classification Society of North America, and the American Statistical Association.
- 2009 “Forced Classification Analysis of Dominance Data Subject to a Polychotomous
- Criterion Item” - In K. Shigemasu, A. Okada, T. Imaizumi and T. Hoshino (eds.),
- NEW TRENDS IN PSYCHOMETRICS; 2009, Universal Academy Press, Inc.
- 2000 “Imposing a Binomial Demographic Variable on the Weighting of Rank-Ordered
- Items in a Dual Scaling Analysis” - Proceedings of The 2000 International Con-
- ference on Measurement & Multivariate Analysis (Banff, Alberta, CANADA)
- 1989 “Dual Scaling of Multiway Data Matrices: Several Variants” [with S. Nishisato
- (University of Toronto)] – In R. Coppi and S. Bolasco (eds.), MULTIWAY DATA
- ANALYSIS; 1989, Amsterdam: North-Holland