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Ryan T. Williams

Asst Professor

Counsel Educations Psych Research

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    • Williams, R. T. & Murray, A. (under review). Prevalence and correlates of depression following spinal cord injury: A meta-analysis.
    • Williams, R. T., Swanlund, A., Miller, S., Konstantopoulos, S., & van der Ploeg, A. (in press). Measuring instructional differentiation in a large-scale experiment. Educational and Psychological Measurement.
    • Williams, R. T., Heinemann, A., Neumann, H., Fann, J. R., Bombardier, C., & Forcheimer, M. (under review). Evaluating the psychometric properties and responsiveness of three depression measures in a sample of persons with traumatic spinal cord injury and major depressive disorder.
    • Williams, R. T., Wilson, C. S., & Heinemann, A. W., Lazowski, L. E., Fann, J. R., Bombardier, C. H. and PRISMS Investigators (in press). Identifying depression severity risk factors in persons with traumatic spinal cord injury. Rehabilitation Psychology.
    • Pigott, T. P., Valentine, J. Polanin, J. R., Williams, R. T., & Canada, D. (2013). Outcome reporting bias in education research. Educational Researcher, 42(8), 424-432 .
    • Pigott, T. P., Williams, R. T., & Polanin, J. R. (2012). Combining individual participant and aggregated data in a meta-analysis with correlational studies. Research Synthesis Methods, 3(4), 257-268.
    • Williams, R. T., Heinemann, A. W., Bode, R. K., Wilson, C. S., Fann, J. R., & Tate, D. G. (2009). Improving measurement properties of the Patient Health Questionnaire-9 with rating scale analysis. Rehabilitation Psychology, 54(2), 198-203.

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