Zsuzsa Bakk is Assistant Professor (UD) at the unit Methodology & Statistics of the Institute of Psychology at Leiden University. Her research interests are in latent variable modeling, survey methodology and HR analytics.
Zsuzsa obtained a BA degree in Sociology at Babes Bolyai University in Romania (2004), and MA degree in HRM (2006) from the same university. After working for a few years in HR consulting for the NGO sector she returned to academia. She followed the Research Master program in Social and Behavioral Sciences, with a specialization in Methodology & Statistics, at Tilburg university, and obtained her degree in 2011. Following she did her PhD at Tilburg University focusing on the development of stepwise approaches to latent class modeling. The defense of her dissertation "Contributions to bias adjusted stewpise latent class analysis" took place in October 2015.
Zsuzsa is a lecturer for the mastercourse Categorical Data Analysis and the first year course Experimental and Correlational Research, and also tutor for the bachelor course Good Research Practice, and coordinates a bachelor thesis project.
- Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
- Instituut Psychologie
- Methodologie & Statistiek
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