School of Education, Room 214
University of Colorado Boulder
Boulder, CO 80309
Andrew Maul is an assistant professor in the Research and Evaluation Methodology Program at the University of Colorado at Boulder. His scholarship focuses on the intersection of technical, conceptual, and applied issues in quantitative research in the social sciences, and particularly in psychometrics. He is interested in the logic of measurement, the connections between metrology and psychometrics, and the semantics of foundational concepts such as validity, cause-and-effect, construct, latent variable, and psychological attribute.
Andrew’s dissertation research explored technical and conceptual issues in the measurement of nontraditional models of intelligence. He spent three years as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Oslo, Norway, where he worked with national and international educational assessment systems and collaborated with scholars interested in the philosophy of measurement. Andrew is a member of the American Psychological Association, the American Educational Research Association, the National Council for Measurement in Education, and the Psychometric Society.
2008 Ph.D., Education, University of California, Berkeley
2005, M.A., Education, University of California, Berkeley
2001, B.A., Psychology, University of California, Berkeley