Courses Instructed

Dale Glaser, Ph.D. has instructed courses at both the graduate and undergraduate level, across psychology, education, nursing, and business departments. He has also given many presentations and workshops in areas such as Structural Equation Modeling. A partial listing of the courses he has instructed includes:

Undergraduate Courses

Introduction to Psychology (Spring of 2010)
Statistics (for both psychology and business departments)
Research Methods
Psychological Testing and Measurement
Social Psychology
Organizational Behavior

Graduate Courses

Statistics for Ph.D. program in Nursing
Multivariate Statistics (including Structural Equation Modeling)
Advanced Statistics course concentrating on ANOVA/Regression
Computer Statistics Laboratory
Psychometric Theory
Scientific Foundations: Statistics (for Masters program in Organizational Behavior)
Foundations of Measurement (for Ph.D. Clinical Psychology program)
Quantitative Methods (developed curriculum/structure for 2 semester sequence)
Stress in the Human Experience
Social Psychology
Counseling in Organizational Settings
Decision Theory
Research Methods
Descriptive and Inferential Statistics (2 quarter course for Education department)

Extended Studies

Statistical Process Control