Mark de Rooij is associate professor in the Methodology and Statistics Unit. He received his PhD in 2001 at Leiden University on the analysis of transition frequency data. His research interest is statistical models for (multivariate) categorical data, both cross sectional as well as longitudinal, and the application of such models in psychological research.
- The Mixed Effects Trend Vector Model (PDF) (2012)
- Personality and Changes in Comorbidity Patterns Among Anxiety and Depressive Disorders (PDF) (2012)
- Trend vector models for the analysis of change in continuous time for multiple groups (PDF) (2009)
- Ideal point discriminant analysis with a special emphasis on visualisation (PDF) (2009)
- The analysis of change, Newton's law of gravity, and Association models (PDF) (2008)