Chip S. Reichardt
What I do
I teach courses for both undergraduate and graduate students and I conduct research in research methods, statistics, and the philosophy of science.
research methods, Statistics
Charles S. Reichardt is a professor of psychology at the University of Denver. His research concerns statistics, research methods, and program evaluation, most often with a focus on the logic of assessing cause and effect outside the laboratory. He has published three edited volumes in the field of program evaluation, served as a statistical consultant on dozens of federally funded evaluations, and given numerous workshops on statistics and research design. He has served on the Board of Directors of the American Evaluation Association, is a fellow of the American Psychological Society, is an elected member of the Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology, and received the Perloff award from the American Evaluation Society and the Tanaka award from the Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology.
- Ph.D., Psychology, Northwestern University, 1979
- Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology
- American Educational Research Association
- American Evaluation Association
I've written a guide to design and analysis of quasi-experiments. I'm working on a book on the scientific way of knowing. My research concerns statistics, research methods, and program evaluation, most often with a focus on the logic of assessing cause and effect outside the laboratory. I've published three edited volumes in the field of program evaluation and numerous articles and book chapters.
Areas of Research
- University of Denver Faculty Service Award for 2013-2014, Faculty Senate