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

Matthew J. Madison

Psychometrician and Statistician

Welcome!

I'm an assistant professor of quantitative methodology at University of Georgia. 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 2021. Contact me if you are interested in applying to the Quantitative Methodology Ph.D. program at UGA.  

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​​