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Robert Barcikowski

Professor Emeritus
Educational Studies
McCracken Hall 220

Dr. Robert Barcikowski holds the B.A. in mathematics from the State University of New York. Holding the Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the State University of New York, Dr. Barcikowski currently teaches courses in educational research and evaluation. His major research interests focus on applications and Monte Carlo studies of: Hierarchical Linear Models, Power Analysis, Multivariate Statistics and Violations of Statistical Test Assumptions. Dr. Barcikowski also serves as methodologist on research studies across a range of disciplines.

Most Recent Publications:

Heckman, T. G., Barcikowski, R. S., Ogles, B., Suhr, J., Carlson, B., Holroyd, K., & Garske, J. (2006). A telephone-delivered coping improvement group intervention for middle-aged and older adults living with HIV/AIDS. Annals of Behavioral Medicine32(1), 343-354.

Gau, J. T., & Barcikowski, R. S. (2006). Falls and supplementation of vitamin D and calcium. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 54(6), 1020–1021.

Fang, H., Brooks, G. P., Rizzo, M. L., & Barcikowski, R. S. (2006).Proceedings of the Joint Statistical Meetings, American Statistical Association, Section for Statistical Consulting. Seattle, WA: American Statistical Association.

Barcikowski, R. S. (2000). Basic statistics for evaluation: A SPSS-oriented approach. In W. Snyder & T. Welsh (Eds.), Volume 2: Training Material for M&E of a Complex System. Missoula, MT: University of Montana.