Mary J. York, Ph.D.

Mary YorkResearch Assistant Professor
Texas Institute for Measurement, Evaluation and Statistics
Ph.D., University of Houston
M.A., University of Notre Dame

Texas Learning and Computational Center Annex, Room 205
832-842-7056
mary.york@times.uh.edu

Research Interests

  • Research Design and Statistics
  • Program Evaluation
  • Multilevel Growth Modeling
  • Cross-classified Multilevel Modeling
  • Structural Equations Modeling

Selected Publications

Santi, K.L., York, M., Foorman, B.R., & Francis, D.J. (in press). The timing of early reading assessment in kindergarten. Learning Disability Quarterly.

Santi, K.L., York, M., Foorman, B.R., & Francis, D.J. (in press, March 2010). Mentoring: A framework for success. Insight. Foorman, B.F., York, M.J., Santi, K.L., Francis, D.F. (2008). Contextual effects on predicting risk for reading difficulties in first and second grade. Reading and Writing Quarterly. Springer: Netherlands

Francis, D.J. Fletcher, J.M., Rourke, B.P., & York, M.J. (1992). A five-factor model for motor, psychomotor, and visual-spatial test used in neuropsychological assessment for children. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology.

HCQCUS CHF QUERI Team (2003). CHF QUERI 2003 Translation Plan. Veterans Affairs Health Services and Research Development, Washington, DC.

HCQCUS CHF QUERI Team (2002). CHF QUERI 2002 Strategic and Translation Plan. Veterans Affairs Health Services and Research Development, Washington, DC.

HCQCUS CHF QUERI Team (2002). CHF QUERI Formative Evaluation Plan. Veterans Affairs Health Services and Research Development, Washington, DC.

Richardson, K.W., Aghazadeh, F., & York, M.J. (1995). The efficacy of a taxonomic approach in predicting performance of Navy tasks. Proceedings of the Konz/Purswell Occupational Ergonomics Symposium.

York, M. J (2002). CHF QUERI Coordinated Care Program Reduces Hospital Readmission Rates. QUERI Quarterly, 3(2), Veterans Affairs Health Services and Research Development, Washington, DC.