Ji-Seon Lee is a Ph.D. student in the Quantitative Methods area in Educational Psychology. She is currently studying educational statistics and working with Dr. Jee-Seon Kim. She received her B.A. in Business Administration from Sogang University. She also completed a B.A. in Education and a B.A. in Psychology and an M.A. in Measurement & Statistics in Psychology from Ewha Womans University.
Ji-Seon’s primary research interests are in longitudinal data analysis, missing data analysis, structural equation modeling (SEM), and hierarchical linear modeling (HLM). She is particularly interested in studying and developing latent growth models (LGMs). Based on her diverse academic background, she relishes interdisciplinary research and developing and applying quantitative methods in the educational and behavioral sciences.
- Lee, J.-S.† & Kim, S.-Y. (May 2017). Comparison of Nonlinear Latent Growth Models: Quadratic vs. Exponential Functions. Spring Symposium of Korean Society of Psychological Measurement and Assessment.
(† denotes presenter)
- Lee, J.-S. & Kim, S.-Y. (2017). An Exploration of Nonlinear Latent Growth Model Using Exponential Function: As an Alternative to Quadratic LGM. Journal of Educational Evaluation