Violence and Victimization in Adults with Mental Illness: An Application of Integrated Data Analysis

Project: Research project

Project Details


Dr. Grimm will be involved with all aspects of item analysis and data fusion for this project. He will work to provide support for all methodological-related aspects of integrative data analysis including item response modeling, differential item functioning, and longitudinal growth and growth mixture modeling. Specifically, he will work with Dr. Van Dorn and Dr. Desmarais to carry out the estimation of the item response models examining differential item functioning both within and across studies. Dr. Grimm will provide analytic expertise and support for analyses involving multivariable and latent growth modeling to develop and evaluate a predictive model of violence and victimization. Dr. Grimm will be responsible for drafting manuscripts based on the results of analyses and submit for publication in psychology and developmental journals.
Effective start/end date7/1/146/30/15


  • HHS-NIH: National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH): $36,801.00


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