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Adriana Espinosa
Position: Associated Faculty
Campus Affiliation: City College of New York
Room Number: 8/132B
Training Area: Clinical Psychology @ City College
Research Interests: The role of identity, emotional intelligence, self-confidence, and parent-child relations on the health and adaptation of marginalized groups; the role of self-confidence in mathematics performance, and the impact of emotional intelligence on psychological well-being; the precursors of parental behaviors such as child abuse, and history of arrest linked to negative heath and adaptation of minority and immigrant children.
Adriana Espinosa completed her Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to joining academia in 2014, Dr. Espinosa worked as market research analyst in the private sector, and more recently as Deputy Director of the Master’s in Public Administration program at the City College of New York. Dr. Espinosa currently teaches statistics and research methods to graduate, both Master’s and Doctoral, students, in the psychology department at City College, and she has provided international lectures on statistical methods to Ph.D. students and junior faculty. Her research seeks to understand the strengths and weaknesses of marginalized populations confronted with cultural and socio-economic challenges, and apply such knowledge to reduce disparities in health and adaptation.

Syllabus: Statistical Methods I

Syllabus: Statistical Methods II