Academic Experience

 
 
 
 
 

Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track)

Department of Psychology, Pace University

Sep 2015 – Present New York City, NY, USA
Main responsibilities:

  • PI of the Applied Psychometrics Lab (APL) (2019-)
  • Co-PI of the Individual Differences in Development (IDID) Lab (2015-2019)
  • Instructor for graduate Psychometrics, Statistics and Research Methods classes
  • Co-Director of the Master of Arts in Psychology (2017-)
  • Middle States Assessment Department Representative (2016-)

 
 
 
 
 

Full-time Lecturer

Department of Psychology, Pace University

Sep 2014 – Aug 2015 New York City, NY, USA
Main responsibilities:

  • Instructor for graduate Psychometrics, Statistics and Research Methods classes
  • Co-Investigator of the Individual Differences in Development (IDID) Lab
 
 
 
 
 

Permanent Professor

ESCE International Business School

Jun 2013 – Aug 2014 Paris, France
Main responsibilities:

  • Instructor for Industrial-Organisational Psychology and Human Resources Management classes (Undergraduate and Graduate)
 
 
 
 
 

PhD Student

Paris Descartes University (now Université de Paris)

Sep 2010 – Jun 2013 Paris, France
Thesis:

  • Dissertation on «Aesthetic Sensitivity: Nature, Measure, Variability»
  • Advisors: Profs. Todd I. Lubart and Franck Zenasni

Applied Psychometrics Lab

@ Pace University, NYC

The Applied Psychometrics Lab (APL; PI : Nils Myszkowski) investigates how psychological measurements can be improved and optimized in various contexts (personnel selection, clinical assessment, occupational health assessment, creativity research, etc.) in order to better understand and appraise individual differences. More specifically, the APL researches how the measure and study of various psychological attributes — especially creative potential, intelligence and aesthetic ability — can benefit from advances in modern Item-Response Theory (IRT) modeling – such as generalized models, ability-based guessing models, non-parametric response models, and response time modeling.

Interested in getting involved? Contact me.

Principal Investigator

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Nils Myszkowski, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Psychometrics and measurement theory, Intelligence testing, Aesthetic and creative abilities, Adaptive personality traits (e.g. empathy, self-monitoring), R package development

Graduate Assistant / Lab Manager

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Stephanie Leung

PsyD Student

Students

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Ira Lowinger

PsyD Student

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