Department of Psychology Title The Ohio State University

Quantitative Program

Brenden Bishop

Brenden Bishop

Affiliated with the Quantitative Psychology Program

Degree(s): BS The Ohio State University May 2011 Psychology
MAS The Ohio State University August 2014 Applied Statistics
Office: 240D Lazenby Hall
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Robert Cudeck
Cirriculum Vitae

Research Interests

Joint Models and their applications in psychology
Latent Variables/Random Effects
Generalized Linear Mixed Models
Generalized Nonlinear Mixed Models
Efficient and/or Robust Estimation Procedures
Statistical Computing


Bishop, B., & Cudeck, R. (2011, May). A Joint Model for Repeated Measures and a Dichotomous Response, Poster presented at the eighty-third annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

Bishop, B. (2012, May). A Joint Model for Repeated Measures and a Dichotomous Response. Quantitative Brown Bag. Lecture conducted from The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.

Bishop, B. (2013, September). A Speedy Estimation of Nonlinear Mixed Models. Innovations in Latent Variable & Random-Effects Models. Lecture conducted from the Marriot Rivercenter, San Antonio, TX.

(Currently in preparation)

Bishop, B.(2014, July). A Joint Model Approach Longitudinal Data with a Binary Outcome. 79th Annual Meeting of the Psychometric Society. Madison, Wisconsin.