To explore strange new philosophy, to seek out new research methodology and new visualization techniques, to boldly go where no data scientist, psychologist and philosopher has gone before.
Chong Ho Alex Yu
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  ABOUT THIS WEBSITE
This is the homepage of Dr. Yu, Chong-ho (Alex). At first these pages were designed as my online vita and portfolio. Later they evolved to be an information portal for statistical analysis, research methodology, instructional psychology and technology, photography, philosophy, and many others. Please feel free to explore my site using the hot links below


  ABOUT ALEX YU
I have a Ph.D. in educational psychology (Arizona State University, ASU) with a concentration on measurement, statistics, and methodological studies, as well as a Ph.D. in philosophy (ASU),  specializing in history and philosophy of science. My research interests include, but are not limited to, alternate and emerging research methods (e.g. exploratory data analysis, data visualization, resampling, and data mining),  philosophical aspects of research methodologies (e.g. causal inferences), cross-cultural comparison (e.g. PISA, TIMSS), and the relationships between Christian faith and science. Currently I am an Associate Professor of Psychology at Azusa Pacific University.
RECENT PUBLICATION
Yu, C. H., Reimer, D., Lee, A., Snijder, J-P., & Lee, H. S. (2016). A triangulated and exploratory study of the relationships between secularization, religiosity, and social wellbeing. Social Indicators Research [Online First]. 10.1007/s11205-016-1290-9. 
UPCOMING PRESENTATION
Brown, E., Yu, C. H., Gan, S. Y., & Lee, H. S. (2016, September). Examining the trilateral relationships between religiosity, attitudes towards science and education attainment: A partial least square approach. Poster accepted for Analytics Experience Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
RECENT PRESENTATION
Yu, C. H., Hui, H., Kriege, M., & Mather, N. (2016, April). Why do college students give up Christianity? A mixed-method approach. Poster presented at Western Psychological Association Conference, Long beach, CA.