Mendoza, Jorge L.
Department Chair, Professor
Industrial / Organizational Psychology
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My research deals with statistics as they apply to psychological issues including data analysis. My present work focuses on the statistical and measurement issues found in selection, validation, and validity generalization. Psychological research often produces conditions in nonrandom samples, with errors of measurement, or situations where the independence assumption is not tenable. The aim of my work is to find distributions and procedures that can be used in these conditions.
Mendoza, J.L., Stafford, K.L. and Stauffer, J.M. (2000) Large-sample confidence intervals for the validity and reliability coefficients. Psychological Methods, 5 , No. 3, 356-369.
Carraher, Mendoza, Buckley, Schoenfeldt and Carraher. (1998) Validation of an Instrument to Measure Service Orientation. Journal of Quality Management, 2 (3), 211-224.
Stauffer, J. M. and Mendoza, J. L. (In Press) The proper sequence for correcting correlation coefficients for range restriction and unreliability. Psychometrika.
Mendoza, J. L., and Stafford, K. L. (In Press) Confidence intervals, power calculations, and sample size estimation for the squared multiple correlation coefficient under the fixed and random regression models. Applied Psychological Measurement.
Other Representative Publications:
Mendoza, J. L. (1993). Fisher transformations for correlation's corrected for selection and missing data. Psychometrika.
Mendoza, J. L., Hart, D. L., & Powell, A. (1991). A bootstrap confidence interval based on a correlation coefficient correction for range restriction. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 26, 255-269.
Mendoza, J. L., & Reinhardt, R. N. (1991). Validity generalization procedures using sample based estimates: A comparison of six procedures. Psychological Bulletin, 110, 596-610.
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