BA, Roberts Wesleyan College, 1992
MA, University of Waterloo, 1995
PhD, University of Waterloo, 1997
Areas of Specialization: experimental and cognitive psychology (with interests in emotional intelligence, attention processes, prospective memory, and countering gender bias), research methodology across the social sciences.
Dr. Ross comes to Tyndale after 20 years teaching at Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, MA. While at ENC, she taught in the undergraduate psychology program, the adult studies business program, and masters programs in marriage & family therapy, management, and higher education. She also frequently served as a statistical consultant to colleagues in graduate programs, helping multiple PhD candidates analyze and understand their data. Outside of the classroom, Nancy plays piano on her church’s worship team, makes handmade greeting cards, swims, volunteers at animal shelters, and spends time with her Cavalier King Charles spaniels.
|Introductory Statistics in the Social Sciences (Revised Edition)||Book||2017||978-1-5178-0255-4|
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