About me

My name is Mason Garrison; I am an assistant professor of quantitative methods at Wake Forest University.

I have two lines of research that examine the evaluation of biometrically-informed designs for psychology and their application to understanding health inequity. In my substantive work, I focus on how individual differences influence the relationship between socioeconomic status and health. In my methodological work, I focus on developing and improving biometrically-informed designs, such as behavior genetic and discordant kin models. These designs strengthen our ability to make causal inferences by leveraging environmental and genetic information.

Research Links

My Google Scholar profile can be found here.

My ResearchGate profile can be found here


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