Brian Keller's main research interests are the statistical analysis of data with missing values, Bayesian statistics, and statistical computing. In addition to his methodological work, he currently develops Blimp statistical software.
Ph.D. in Psychology (Quantitative Methods), University of California, Los Angeles, 2019
M.A. in Psychology (Quantitative Methods), Arizona State University, 2015
B.S. in Psychology, Arizona State University, 2013
Missing data, Bayesian statistics, multilevel modeling, structural equation modeling, general modeling frameworks, statistical computing, and philosophy of science.
Keller, B.T. & Du, H.. (2019). A Fully Conditional Specification Approach to Multilevel Multiple Imputation with Latent Cluster Means. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 54(1), 149–150. doi:10.1080/00273171.2018.1556085.
Enders, C.K., Du, H. & Keller, B.T. (2019). A model-based imputation procedure for multilevel regression models with random coefficients, interaction effects, and nonlinear terms. Psychological Methods. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/met0000228.