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A. T. Panter University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, University of North Carolina, USA

A. T. Panter, Ph.D. (1989, New York University) is an associate professor of psychology and a member of the L. L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She also serves as a senior technical consultant at The Measurement Group. Her work involves developing research designs and data analytic strategies for applied health problems, such HIV/AIDS and nicotine dependence in adolescence. Her publications are in measurement and test theory, multivariate data modeling, program evaluation design, and individual differences (especially personality). Dr. Panter has received several university-wide awards for her innovative approaches to teaching statistics and quantitative methodology to undergraduate and graduate students. She regularly consults with federal agencies on grant review, serves on national committees and editorial boards in social/personality psychology and quantitative methods, and is a fellow of the American Psychological Association (Division 5: Evaluation, Measurement, and Statistics). Dr. Panter is a co-editor on three volumes on program evaluation and measuring outcomes for HIV/AIDS multisite projects (Haywood), is a co-author of an online Knowledge Base for HIV/AIDS care, and is currently co-editing a compendium of innovative methods for teaching statistics in the behavioral sciences.