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Calvin Croy, PhD 

Senior Instructor 


Dr. Croy provides statistical analysis support within the Centers for American Indian and Alaska Native Health (CAIANH) division within the Department of Community and Behavioral Health in the School of Public Health.  He has published papers on the residential mobility of American Indians in northern plains tribes, their decisions to participate in health research, about alcohol dependence and natural recovery, on statistical sample size determination, and on methods for addressing missing data in psychiatric and developmental research. 

His current research interest is methods for data imputation.  Prior to joining CAIANH, Dr. Croy conducted research on the temporal stability of hobbies and leisure interests for National Demographics & Lifestyles and the Polk Company where he was Vice President of Research. 

Research Interests:
  • Methods for Data Imputation 
  • Education:
  • Texas Tech University, BS, Zoology, 1977
  • Texas Tech University, MS, Botany, 1979
  • Colorado State University, PhD, Statistical Plant Ecology, 1983
  • Colorado School of Public Health

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