David Rogosa name: Rogosa, David R e-mail: rag@stanford.edu department: School Education position: Associate Professor office: Sequoia 224

Rogosa Teaching

Service Courses


Advanced Courses

Education 257
Winter-Spring 2005
Education 351B: Educational Assessment
                  Fall 2011
 Education 161
 Winter 2000
Statistics 209/HRP 239Education 260X:
Understanding Statistical Models and
their Social Science Applications
                  Winter 2012
Statistics 141/ BIOSCI 141 
Fall 2007
Statistics 222/Education 351A: Longitudinal Research  
Spring 2012


Rogosa Research

Publications Listing Vita, D Rogosa

Educational Assessment
California Academic Performance Index
Accuracy of Individual scores
Behavioral Observations
Mathematica Routines
Computational routines for "Statistical Models for Behavioral Observations"
Rogosa, D. R., and Ghandour, G. A. (1991). Statistical models for behavioral observations (with discussion). Journal of Educational Statistics, 16, 157-252.
Longitudinal Research
Recent publications:

Rogosa, D. R., and Saner, H. M. (1995). Longitudinal data analysis examples with random coefficient models. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 20, 149-170.
Also: Reply to Discussants, 234-238.
Data Examples from Rogosa-Saner are available from this page.

Rogosa, D. R. (1995). Myths and methods: "Myths about longitudinal research," plus supplemental questions. In The analysis of change, J. M. Gottman, Ed. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 3-65.
Selected Data and Analysis Examples from the Myths chapter are available from this page.

Data analysis and simulation programs used in the recent publications:
  1. Rogosa, D. R., and Ghandour, G. A. tpsim A program for generating longitudinal panel data with known structure. Stanford University, 1986.
  2. Rogosa, D. R., and Ghandour, G. A. timepath Statistical analysis of individual trajectories. Stanford University, 1987.