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Linda Deacon - Statistical Consultant
Linda advises doctoral candidates on the formulation, statistical analysis, and interpretation of research hypotheses.
Linda Deacon has served as an independent statistical consultant since 1985. She has coordinated the data management and statistical analysis of state and federally funded longitudinal and multi-center research. She has co-authored several articles published in the fields of medicine and psychology and has assisted in the editing of statistical textbooks and documentation for statistical software. She has designed and assisted in the development of survey instruments currently in use at various medical centers, universities and county regional centers. She regularly advises doctoral candidates on the formulation, statistical analysis and interpretation of research hypotheses.
Survey design, formulating hypotheses, content organization, data analysis, results analysis, graphs and tables, PowerPoint presentations.
Psychology, forensic psychology, traditional medicine, oriental medicine, nursing, theology, sociology.
“Without a doubt Linda Deacon is an incredible statistician! Over the past 10 years Linda has assisted me in countless research projects. I would not be where I am in my career today without her expertise. Not only is she the warmest human being around, she is brilliant and easy to work with.”
Susan Regas, PhD
Distinguished Professor of Clinical Psychology
“Linda Deacon is the best statistical consultant and data analyst I have known in my over forty years as a researcher. She works wonderfully with graduate students because she is excellent at describing statistical techniques in a clear, coherent manner and mentoring students in applying and interpreting them.”
Linda J Beckman, PhD
“I highly recommend Linda Deacon as a statistician. Linda’s ability to find innovative solutions to unique research projects is amazing. In addition, she takes personal interest in the research project with which she is involved. Linda also takes the time to make the statistics understandable for non-statisticians such as myself. I look forward to working with Linda on future research projects.”
Robert J. Laughlin, MS, LAc, Doctoral Candidate