Department of Psychology Title The Ohio State University

Quantitative Program

Amanda Montoya

Amanda Montoya

Affiliated with the Quantitative Program

Degree(s): B.S. in Psychology, minor in Mathematics (University of Washington)
Faculty Advisor: Andrew Hayes, Ph.D.
Email: montoya.29@osu.edu
Curriculum Vitae


Research Interests

Mediation analysis, repeated measures and longitudinal research designs, meta-analysis, replicable research practices, factor analysis, indices of model fit, stereotyping, identity


SPSS and SAS Macros

MEMORE (Mediation and Moderation in Repeated Measures Designs) Download and Info Here


Fellowships & Grants

Co-Investigator, Sloan Foundation (2014), What explains gender differences in computing? A critical review of research on computing in the context of other STEM fields ($45,987)

Fellow, National Science Foundation (2015 - Present), Graduate Research Fellowship

Fellow, Ohio State University (2015 - Present), Susan L. Huntington Dean’s Distinguished University Fellowship


Publications

Montoya, A. K., & Hayes, A. F. (In Press) Two-Condition Within-Participant Statistical Mediation Analysis: A Path-Analytic Framework. Psychological Methods.

Cheryan, S., Ziegler, S., & Montoya, A. K., Jiang, L. (In Press) Why have women entered some STEM fields more than others? Psychological Bulletin.

Stojek, M. K., Montoya, A. K., Drescher, C., Newberry, A., Sultan, Z., Williams, C. F., Pollock, N. K., & Davis, C. L. (Under Review) Fitness, sleep-disordered breathing, depression symptoms, and cognitive outcomes in overweight inactive children: A mediation model.

Tawa, J. & Montoya, A. K. (Under Review) White students’ physiological stress while operating non-White avatars and the moderating role of awareness of racial privilege.


Oral Presentations

*Montoya, A. K. (2016, Apr) Integrating mediation and moderation: Conditional process modeling using PROCESS. Presented at the Annual Meeting for the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

*Montoya, A. K. (2016, Mar) Two Condition Within-Subjects Mediation: Power and Type I Error for Methods of Inference for the Indirect Effect. Presented at the Annual Meeting for the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

Montoya, A. K. (2016, Jan) Multiple mediator models for two-condition within-subjects designs: Estimating and comparing indirect effects. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, CA.

Stojek, M. M. K., Drescher, C., Montoya, A. K., Newberry, A., Sultan, Z., Williams, C. F., Pollock, N. K., & Davis, C. L. (2015, Nov) Sleep-disordered breathing, depression symptoms, and cognition in overweight inactive children. Presented at Obesity Week 2015, Los Angeles, CA.

Hayes, A. F. & Montoya, A. K. (2015, May) Hacking PROCESS: Some Advanced and Undocumented Applications in Mediation and Moderation. Presented at the 27th Annual Convention for the Association for Psychological Science, New York, NY.

Montoya, A.K., Master, A., & Cheryan, S. (2013, July) Working Together to Belong: Increasing Women’s Feelings of Fit in STEM through Group Work. Presented at the annual Pacific Conference on Prejudice & Culture, Bellingham, WA.

Montoya, A. K., Master, A., & Cheryan, S. (2013, May) Using Group Work to Recruit Women to STEM: A Goal Congruity Approach. Presented at the Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium, Seattle, WA.

Montoya, A. K., Master, A., & Cheryan, S. (2013, May) Using Communal Interactions to Recruit Women into STEM: A Goal Congruity Perspective. Presented at the UCLA Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Montoya, A. K., Ni, W., Pena, A., & Stillwell, E. (2013, March) Debunking Stereotypes: Research on Why the Image of Computer Science Matters. Presented at the Women in Science and Engineering Conference, Seattle, WA.


Poster Presentations

Montoya, A. K. & Hayes, A. F. (May, 2015) Estimating and Testing Indirect Effects in Within-Subject Mediation Analysis: A Path-Analytic Framework. Presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, New York, NY.

Montoya, A. K., Flaherty, B., & Cheryan, S. (February, 2015) Collapsing Conditions Increasing Type I Error: Changing Analysis of Multiple Control Conditions. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Long Beach, CA.

Montoya, A. K., Master, A., & Cheryan, S., (2014, February) Communal Goal Fulfillment through Group Work: A New Direction in Recruiting Women into Computer Science. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, TX.

Montoya, A. K., Master, A., & Cheryan, S. (2013, Jan). Students’ goal endorsement predicts perceived fit in STEM fields. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Science, New Orleans, LA.


Teaching Experience

Tutor, Course: Data Analysis in Psychology, Instructor: Dr. Joseph Roberts, Ohio State University, 2016

Course Assistant, Course: Statistical Mediation and Moderation, Instructor: Dr. Andrew F. Hayes, Statistical Horizons, Philadelphia, July 2015

Tutor, Course: Quantitative and Statistical Methods in Psychology, Instructor: Dr. Joseph Roberts, Ohio State University, 2015

Guest Lecture, Course: Mediation and Moderation Analysis, Instructor: Dr. Andrew F. Hayes, April 2015

Teaching Assistant, Course: Summer Challenge: Math Topics, Instructor: Faith Rutherford M.A., Robinson Center for Young Scholars, Summer 2014

Teaching Assistant, Statistical Inference in Psychological Research, Instructor: Dr. Geoffrey Loftus, University of Washington, Spring 2013

Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Probability and Statistics in Psychology, Instructor: Dr. Geoffrey Loftus, University of Washington, Winter 2013