Denise Kerkhoff, M.Sc.
Faculty of Psychology and Sport Science
+49 (0)521 106-4318
+49 (0)521 106-154508
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Denise Kerkhoff received her Bachelor's degree in Organizational Psychology from Bochum University in 2013 and her Master's degree in Statistical Sciences from Bielefeld University in 2016. In 2015, she studied the Japanese language for one semester at Niigata University, Japan. Since 2016, she has been working as a PhD student in the department AE06 Methods & Evaluation. Her research focuses on sample size and estimation bias in three-level random effects models. She is teaching Multivariate Statistics to graduate students in Psychology and Statistical Sciences. Since 2018, she is a research associate in the BMBF YOURHEALTH project in association with the department AE03 Developmental Psychology, where she is in charge of data management and analysis.
Denise Kerkhoff is interested in multilevel simulation and analysis. Specifically, she is focusing on simulating and analyzing three-level data using Mplus and R. Her research mainly concerns parameter estimation results and bias in relation to sample size and disadvantageous data characteristics, such as missing values and misspecification.