Nisha C Gottfredson
Nisha Gottfredson joined the Center as a postdoctoral associate in June 2012. Gottfredson studies the issues that arise when modeling developmental change over time, specializing in mixture models and modeling nested data structures (e.g., multilevel and structural equation models). Lately, she has developed an interest in applying these models to: 1) explain processes leading to the development of self-medicating behaviors, and 2) understand how addictive processes and self-regulation interact over time.
- N.C. Gottfredson, D.J. Bauer, S. Baldwin (2012). Modeling change in the presence of non-randomly missing data: Evaluating a Shared Parameter Mixture Model. Structural Equation Modeling.
- D.J. Bauer, N.C. Gottfredson, D. Dean, & R. A. Zucker (2012). Analyzing repeated measures data on individuals nested within groups: Accounting for dynamic group effects. Psychological Methods.
- D. J. Bauer, R. E. Baldasaro, & N.C. Gottfredson (2012). Diagnostic procedures for detecting nonlinear relationships between latent variables. Structural Equation Modeling.
- N.C. Gottfredson & A. M. Hussong (Submitted, 2012). Drinking to regulate emotions: Findings from a college student sample.
- N.C. Gottfredson, E. Davisson, & R. Hoyle (Submitted, 2012). A novel method for conceptualizing, measuring, and adjusting for participant reactivity to an ecological momentary assessment protocol.
- Evaluating latent pattern mixture models for handling non-ignorably missing data, Atlanta, GA, 2010