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Consultation in Qualitative and Mixed Methods 

I would love the chance to share my expertise in the conduct of qualitative and mixed methods studies as well as ethnography in psychology! My training in qualitative and mixed methods was obtained at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln (where I also consulted for the Office of Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research) and through fieldwork in Namibia. Further, I have taught Mixed Methods Research at Purdue University (graduate level) and will at Scripps College (undergraduate level). I am available for consultation services for those researchers employing designs within these methods. Consultation may include general overview of designs and challenges with qualitative and mixed methods, insight on handling data sets, data analyses, sampling, and data integration (mixed methods) among other aspects of these approaches.


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Selected Methods Publication

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Bartholomew, T. T., *Joy, E. E., & *Kang, E. (under review). A choir or cacophony? Sample sizes and quality for conveying participants' voices in

          phenomenological psychological research. Manuscript submitted for peer review.

Bartholomew, T. T, & Brown, J. R. (in press). Entering the ethnographic mind: A grounded theory of using ethnography in psychological research.

         Qualitative Research in Psychology.

Bartholomew, T. T., & Lockard, A. J. (2018). Mixed methods in psychotherapy research: A review of method(ology) integration in psychotherapy

         science. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 74, 1687-1709.

Bartholomew, T. T. (2013). Mixed methods research designs. In K. Keith (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural Psychology. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Bartholomew, T. T., & Brown, J. R. (2012). Mixed methods, culture, and psychology: A review of the use of mixed methods in culture-specific

         psychological research. International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation, 1, 177-190.

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