I retired in 1997 after 34 years teaching psychology courses – the last 20 years were devoted to statistics and research. Since retiring I have continued to teach statistics at such schools as UCLA, UCLA Extension, Cal State Northridge, Loyola-Marymount and Argosy University. At Argosy I have taught statistics and research design as well as directing doctoral dissertations and being on dissertation committees.
I enjoy working one-on-one with motivated students in face-to-face situations. …Find Out More About Me!