Rick Oaks – Dissertation Help for Education, Psychology and Sociology Topics

statistician Rick Oaks - mixed methods research expert

Dr. Richard Oaks studied psychology and sociology at Harvard, received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Michigan, then did two post-doctoral fellowships at Yale. Since then he has taught many courses on research methods, including a doctoral level course in quantitative research design, statistics, and SPSS. Students in this class—most of whom were initially uncomfortable with math—appreciated his ability to explain statistical concepts in clear, simple terms, without the use of complex mathematical equations. Rick can help you:

  •  turn your initial, informal ideas into statistically testable hypotheses
  •  design questionnaires that are likely to produce statistically significant results
  • analyze the data and report the results
  • discuss, in your dissertation, the larger implications of these results for theory or policy

Most important, he can teach you how to analyze the data yourself, so that your dissertation will clearly be your own work, not the work of a statistics consultant.

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“I would not have graduated if it were not for Rick’s help. He was incredibly patient and gave a lot of advice. He also displayed a vast knowledge of not only statistical principles, but also the proper structure and execution of my participant survey and final thesis write-up.” – J. Aslinger

“Rick, Dr. M would like me to continue working with you. He also would like me to recommend you to two other students who are having extreme difficulty in getting their literature reviews approved. My sincere thanks.” – Cheryl

One thought on “Rick Oaks – Dissertation Help for Education, Psychology and Sociology Topics

  • September 29, 2016 at 2:51 pm
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    Hi, I have worked with Dr. Kendra Wallace the past few years and I unfortunately received word that she is no longer with the network. I am so sad! She has been absolutely amazing. I am finishing my dissertation the semester and need someone to help me wrap it up. My mixed methods research is in education, focusing on social media and science education. Please let me know if you are interested.

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