Holger Brandt

Holger Brandt, Prof. Dr.

Tel.: +41 44 63 57440

Raumbezeichnung: 4.C.06

holger.brandt@psychologie.uzh.ch

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Research Interests

  •   Approaches for the estimation of latent variable models with nonlinear effects   
  •   Modeling dynamic processes and heterogeneous growth patterns
  •   Bayesian data analysis
  •   Causal models for the identification of mediator and surrogate variables

Research Positions

since 2019 Assistant Professor for Quantitative Methods of Intervention and Evaluation, Department of Psychology, University of Zürich (Switzerland).
2016 – 2019 Assistant Professor for Quantitative Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.
2013 – 2016 Postdoctoral Scholar, Research project: “The estimation of nonlinear effects in latent variable models under the condition of non-normally distributed data”, funded by DFG (German Research Association), Hector Research Institute of Education Sciences and Psychology, University of Tübingen (Germany).
2011 – 2013 Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant, Department of Psychology, Research Methods and Evaluation Section, Goethe-University Frankfurt (Germany).
2010 – 2011 Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant, Department of Psychology, Personality and Measurement Section, University of Western Ontario, London (Canada).
2006 – 2010 Research and Teaching Assistant, Department of Psychology, Research Methods and Evaluation Section, Goethe-University Frankfurt (Germany).