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Professor Abramson Proposed the New Affirmative Consent Law

In November 2014, California Deputy Attorney General Leif Dautch and Prof. Paul Abramson of our Department proposed that the new Affirmative Consent law regarding sexual behavior for California college campuses was too little, too late.

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Important Fall Quarter Dates and Deadlines

Don't forget that the Fall Quarter begins on September 21st and instruction begins on September 24th.

Faculty Spotlight

Highlighting New Faculty Member Craig Enders

Missing data are a pervasive research problem that cuts across a variety of substantive disciplines. For example, participants in a psychology study may refuse to answer specific questionnaire items, or patients in a longitudinal clinical trial may drop out prematurely. Applying unsophisticated analysis approaches (e.g., excluding cases with missing data) can bias estimates of associations among variables and reduce the sensitivity to detect treatment effects.
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