Matthew J. Madison

Psychometrician and Statistician

Education


​Ph.D., Quantitative Methodology, The University of Georgia                                  2016 (in progress)


M.S., Statistics, The University of Georgia                                                                                   2014


​M.A., Mathematics, Central Michigan University                                                                          2011


B.S., Mathematics, The University of South Carolina                                                                   2009​​

Welcome!

I'm an assistant professor of quantitative methodology at Clemson University. My main research goals lie in the advancement of multivariate psychometric models. Specifically, I have focused my research on a class of contemporary item response models called diagnostic classification models [DCMs]. In addition to methodological research, I collaborate with applied researchers to use DCMs and other psychometric models to answer critical questions in educational contexts.


I'll be accepting and funding 1-2 students to work on applied and methodological psychometrics projects starting fall 2020. Contact me if you are interested in applying to the Learning Sciences Ph.D. program at Clemson University.  

 Education​


Ph.D.     

University of Georgia                   

Quantitative Methodology         

2016 

M.S.

University of Georgia

Statistics

2014

M.A.

Central Michigan University

Mathematics

2011

B.S.

University of South Carolina

Mathematics

2009