Wayne State University
Thomas N. Templin

Thomas N. Templin

Professor - Research



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Thomas N. Templin

Thomas N. Templin, PhD, is a Research Professor in the Office of Health Research at Wayne State University College of Nursing where he has been on the faculty since receiving his Doctorate in Cognitive Psychology (WSU, 1994). He has been funded on many federal grants with WSU faculty in the areas of family and adolescent health behavior, stress, coping, and adjustment. He has co-authored more than 100 articles in these areas. He has served for the past twelve years in different roles as faculty, methods and measurement core leader and/or co-leader for the Michigan Center for African American Aging Research (MCAAAR) a National Research Centers for Minority Aging Research.

Area of Expertise

Multivariate statistics, psychometrics, and research design, including SMART trial design, mixed linear modeling, analyses of small samples for intervention development, non-parametric statistics with small samples of longitudinally intensive data.




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