Peter H. Schönemann, (July 15, 1929 - April 7, 2010)
Ph.D. University of Illinois, 1964
Thurstone Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of N. Carolina, 1965-66
Assistant then Associate Professor, Ohio State University, 1966-69
Postdoctoral Fellow, Educational Testing Service, 1967-68
Associate Professor of Psychology, Purdue University, 1969-2001.
Main research interests:
- Multivariate methods: Path analysis, factorial definitions of "intelligence," factor indeterminacy, statistical power in confirmatory factor analysis, Spearman Hypothesis artifact.
- Multidimensional scaling and measurement: Unfolding, subjective metrics models, multidimensional psychophysics, metrics for bounded response scales.
- Quantitative behavior genetics: Variance component models for heritability indices based on twin data, "non-shared environment".
- Test theory: Hit-rate bias, base-rate problem, minority discrimination.
- Mathematical tools for social scientists: Matrix derivatives, correlation and convolution algebra.
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