Angela-MinhTu Nguyen, Ph. D

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Welcome to my webpage! I am an assistant professor in the Psychology Department at California State University, Fullerton. Here you will find more information about me, the courses I teach, and my research interests. 

University of California, Riverside (PhD)
Social/Personality Psychology
Minor in Quantitative Psychology
Emphasis in Cultural Psychology

California State University, Long Beach (MA)
Industrial/Organizational Psychology

University of San Diego (BA)
Psychology
Minors in Art History, French, and Spanish

Multiculturalism

Teaching Philosophy

I want to empower students with the statistical tools to unlock answers to their research questions, regardless of the area of psychology or even academic discipline. I aim to present course material in a non-threatening manner and at a level that students can understand. At the end of the course, students should be able to apply course knowledge to a research problem and evaluate the appropriateness of a statistical technique. More broadly, I want students to leave my class with the philosophy that statistics is a toolbox, a resource for better understanding their research topic. I also want them to realize that they can take this invaluable toolbox with them to other psychology courses, to research laboratories, and for the rest of their lives.

 

Courses

  • PSYC 201: Introduction to Psychological Statistics
  • PSYC 391: Industrial/Organizational Psychology
  • PSYC 465: Advanced Psychological Statistics
  • PSYC 510: Research Design
  • PSYC 515: Meta-Analysis

 

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