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Wen-Juo Lo

Wen-Juo Lo

Associate Professor of Educational Statistics and Research Methods

ESRM Program Coordinator

College of Education and Health Professions

(RHRC)-Rehabilitation, Human Resources, and Communication Disorders

Phone: 479-575-6321

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Dr. Wen-Juo Lo is an Associate Professor in the Educational Statistics and Research Methodology (ESRM) program at the University of Arkansas. His research interests involve methodological issues related to analyses with a focus on psychometric methods. The recent research agenda concentrates statistical methods for the detection of bias in psychological measurement, especially measurement invariance on latent factor models.  

Statistical and applied problems in structural equation modeling (SEM)
Measurement invariance across multiple populations
Retention in higher education

  • ESRM6403 - Educational Statistics and Data Processing
  • ESRM6413 - Experimental Design in Education
  • ESRM6423 - Multiple Regression Techniques for Education
  • ESRM6523 - Structural Equation Modeling
  • ESRM699V - Advanced Topics  
  • ESRM6403 - Educational Statistics and Data Processing
  • ESRM6413 - Experimental Design in Education
  • ESRM6423 - Multiple Regression Techniques for Education
  • ESRM6513 - Advanced Experimental Design
  • ESRM6523 - Structural Equation Modeling
  • ESRM6553 - Advanced Multivariate Statistics
  • ESRM699V - Advanced Topics  
  • Ph.D., Arizona State University, Educational Psychology-Measurement, Statistics, and Methodological Studies, 2008
  • M.A., Arizona State University, Educational Psychology-Measurement, Statistics, and Methodological Studies, 2004
  • B.S., SooChow University (Taiwan), Psychology, 1993

Kippenbrock, T. A., Lo, W. J., Emory, J., Buron, W., Odell, E., & Reimers, J. (in press).Nurse Practitioners' Time on Nonbillable Activities. Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners

Li, B., Dittmore, S., Scott, O., Lo, W. J., & Stokowski, S. (in press). Why we follow: Examining motivational differences in following sport organizations on Twitter and Weibo. Sport Management Review.

Marcantonio, T. L., Jozkowski, K. N., & Lo, W. J. (in press). Beyond “Just saying no”: A preliminary evaluation of strategies college students use to refuse sexual activity. Archives of Sexual Behavior. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s10508-017-1130-2.

Wills, M., Jozkowski, K. N., & Lo, W. J. (in press). Are women's orgasms hindered by phallocentric imperatives? Archives of Sexual Behavior. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s10508-018-1149-z.

Koch, L. C., Lo, W. J., Mamiseishvili, K., Lee, D., & Hill J. (in press). The effect of learning disabilities, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and psychiatric disabilities on three-year persistence outcomes at four-year higher education institutions. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation on Emerging Disabilities.

Kippenbrock, T. A., Lo, W. J., Odell, E., & Buron, W. (2017). Nurse practitioner leadership in promoting access to rural primary care. Nursing Economic$,35(3), 119-125.  [Impact factor: 0.934: 2015] Yu, L., Lo, W. J., & Lincoln, F. (2017). Effects of intervention on self-regulated learning for English as second language learners.? Chinese Journal of Applied Linguistics, 40(3), 233-260.

Dunn, K. E., & Lo, W. J. (2015). Understanding the influence of learners’ forethought on their use of science study strategies in post-secondary science learning. International Journal of Science Education, 37(16), 2597-2618.

Kippenbrock, T. A., Lo, W. J., Buron, W., & Odell, E. (2015).The southern states: NPs make an impact in rural and health professional shortage areas, Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, 27(12), 707-713.

Green, S. B., Thompson, M. S., Levy, R., & Lo, W. J. (2015). Type I and Type II error rates and overall accuracy of the revised parallel analysis method for determining the number of factors. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 75(3), 428-457.

Khojasteh, J., & Lo, W. J. (2015). Investigating the sensitivity of Goodness-of-Fit indices to detect measurement invariance in a bifactor Model. Structural Equation Modeling, 22(4), 531-541.

Beck, D., Maranto, R., & Lo, W. J. (2014). Determinants of Student and Parent Satisfaction at a Cyber Charter School. Journal of Educational Research, 107(3), 209-216.

Dunn, K. E., Airola, D. T., Lo, W. J., & Garrison, M. (2013). Becoming data driven: The influence of teachers' efficacy on concerns related to data driven decision-making. Journal of Experimental Education, 81(2), 222-241.

Dunn, K. E., Airola, D. T., & Lo, W. J., & Garrison, M. (2013).What teachers think about what they can do with data: Development and validation of the Data Driven Decision-Making Efficacy inventory. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 38(1), 87-96.

Yang, Y., Chen, Y. H., Lo, W. J., & Turner, J. E. (2012). Cross-cultural evaluation of item wording effects on an attitudinal scale. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 30(5), 509-519.

Lo, W. J., Thompson, M. S., & Chen, Y.H. (2012). A Construct Validity Examination on a Chinese Version of the Parental Bonding Instrument Using Confirmatory Factor Analysis. International Journal of Educational and Psychological Assessment, 11(2), 20-43.

Dunn, K. E., Lo, W.J., Mulvenon, S., & Sutcliffe, R. (2012). Revisiting the MSLQ: A factor analysis of what is and what could be. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 72(2),689-691.

Green, S. B., Levy, R., Thompson, M. S., Lu, M., & Lo, W. J. (2012). A proposed solution to the problem with using completely random data to assess the number of factors with parallel analysis. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 72(3),357-374.

Crawford, A. V., Green, S. B., Levy, R., Lo, W. J., Scott, L, Svetina, D, & Thompson, M. S. (authorship alphabetical; 2010). Evaluation of parallel analysis methods for determining the number of factors. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 70(6), 885-901.

Licenced clinical psychologist in Taiwan

Grant Activities:

  • Served as an internal/external grant evaluator (NSF, Arkansas Department of Education, local school district) with 22 evaluations and technical reports
  • Obtaining in excess of 18 million as a Co-PI

 

  • 2015 George Denny STAR Award (Teaching, Research, and Service); College of Education and Health Professions,University of Arkansas
  • 2015 RHRC Outstanding All Around Faculty Award (Teaching, Research, and Service); Department of Rehabilitation, Human Resource, and Communication Disorders, College of Education and Health Professions
  • 2010 CIED Rising Star Award (Teaching, Research, and Service); Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education and Health Professions