Yu has a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Arizona State University with a concentration on measurement, statistics, and methodological studies, as well as a Ph.D. in Philosophy, also from ASU, with a specialization in history and philosophy of science. His research interests include, but are not limited to, alternate and emerging research methods (e.g. exploratory data analysis, data visualization, resampling, and data mining), instructional psychology and technology (e.g. multimedia learning), philosophical aspects of research methodologies (e.g. causal inferences), cross-cultural comparison (e.g. PISA, TIMSS), and the relationships between faith and science (e.g. responses to New Atheism).
Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, Concentration: Measurement, Statistics, and Methodological Studies), Arizona State University
Ph.D. in Philosophy, Concentration: History and Philosophy of Science, Arizona State University
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
PSYC 299 – Applied Statistics
PSYC 462 – Advanced Research and Statistical Methods
PSYC 480 – Psychological Testing and Measurement
Department of Psychology Carl E. Wynn Academic Center, Psychology Room 100A, East Campus