Ray Reichenberg, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor, Nebraska Academy for Methodology, Analytics and Psychometrics
Ray Reichenberg's research aims to develop innovative approaches to applying advanced quantitative models to problems in education to improve teaching and learning. His current interests lie in psychometric considerations for educational games and simulations. He is particularly interested in the psychometric properties of Bayesian networks. Reichenberg has extensive experience in conducting applied, interdisciplinary work in collaboration with content-area experts using advanced statistical techniques to answer questions in educational, health, and social science contexts. He also conducts methodological work — both developing new methods and testing of existing methods — to facilitate that applied work.
Reichenberg earned a doctorate in family and human development (measurement/statistical analysis) from Arizona State University. He holds master's degrees in both educational psychology (measurement/methodological studies) and curriculum and instruction (elementary education), both from ASU.