Wolfgang Wiedermann received his Ph.D. in Quantitative Psychology from the University of Klagenfurt, Austria. His primary research interests include the development of methods for causal inference, methods to determine the direction of effects in nonexperimental studies, and methods for intensive longitudinal data in the person-oriented research setting. He has edited volumes on advances in statistical methods for causal inference and new developments in statistical methods for dependent data analysis in the social and behavioral sciences. He currently serves as an associate editor of Behaviormetrika and the Journal of Person-Oriented Research.
Areas of Expertise
- Development of statistical methods for Direction Dependence Analysis and Causal Inference
- Development and evaluation of methods for person-oriented research
- Methods for intensive longitudinal data
- Risk perception of substance use and health perception