Daniel Bauer, PhD
Dr. Bauer's research focuses on the development, evaluation and application of quantitative methods suited to the study of developmental phenomena, especially social development in the domains of aggression, antisocial behavior, and substance use. He has concentrated on identifying the opportunities and limitations of current and newly emerging analytic models, and investigates new ways to overcome these limitations so that the models can be applied to make accurate inferences about developmental theory. In 2009, Dr. Bauer received the APA's award for Distinguished Scientific Early Career Contributions.
- Professor, L.L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory, Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
- PhD, 2000, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Developmental Psychology
- Gottfredson, N. C., Bauer, D. J., Baldwin, S. A., Okiishi, J. C. (2014). Using a shared parameter mixture model to estimate change during treatment when termination is related to recovery speed. J Consult Clin Psychol, 82(5), 813-27.
- Dean, D. O., Bauer, D. J., Shanahan, M. J. (2014). A discrete-time Multiple Event Process Survival Mixture (MEPSUM) model. Psychol Methods, 19(2), 251-64
- McNaughton Reyes, H. L., Foshee, V. A., Bauer, D. J., Ennett, S. T. (2014). Proximal and time-varying effects of cigarette, alcohol, marijuana and other hard drug use on adolescent dating aggression. J Adolesc, 37(3), 281-9.
- Gottfredson, N. C., Bauer, D. J., Baldwin, S. A. (2014). Modeling change in the presence of non-randomly missing data: Evaluating a shared parameter mixture model. Struct Equ Modeling, 21(2), 196-209.
- Bauer, D. J., Howard, A. L., Baldasaro, R. E., Curran, P. J., Hussong, A. M., Chassin, L., Zucker, R. A. (2013). A trifactor model for integrating ratings across multiple informants. Psychol Methods, 18(4), 475-93.