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)
Minor in Quantitative Psychology
Emphasis in Cultural Psychology
California State University, Long Beach (MA)
University of San Diego (BA)
Minors in Art History, French, and Spanish
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.
- 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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