Quantitative psychology is less well known than many areas of psychology, but is critical to the advancement of psychological science and provides many career opportunities. For an excellent overview of the field, graduate programs, and how to prepare for a career in quantitative psychology, see the APA site Quantitative Psychology.
The L.L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory at the University of North Carolina houses one of the oldest and most prominent training programs in quantitative psychology in the country. I will be considering applications with an eye toward mentoring a new student next year. Applicants with potential interests in my research are encouraged to browse publications posted on this web page. Applicants are also encouraged to see what my current and former students are doing now.