Resarch Assistants

Gabriel Crone

Degree in Progress

Research Interests

Gabriel is a fourth year psychology student at York University. He joined the PASER lab in 2021, where he assisted with administrative work, data cleaning, and qualitative coding. Through this work, he has become fascinated with how statistics are taught at the undergraduate level. In the future, as a potential graduate student, he wishes to conduct research regarding the role that statistical software plays in the introductory statistics classroom, as well as its relationship with students’ attitudes and anxieties towards statistics. During his time as an undergraduate, he has also acquired several quantitative-related research interests: the historical trends in p-value reporting, contemporary issues with statistical reporting practices in psychology, and the prevalence of effect size reporting in sophisticated statistical techniques (e.g., structural equation modeling).