W. Kyle Hamilton
Kyle is a Ph.D. student
at the University of California, Merced in the Psychological Sciences graduate program.
He is advised by Dr. Linda Cameron and is part of the health psychology program.
Kyle received his Associate of Arts in Social Science from Reedley College
and his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Poltical Science from the University of California, Merced.
His research interests include adverse childhood experinces, attachment theory,
emotion regulation, agent-based modeling, and human-computer interaction.
In addition to his reseach intrests Kyle
works on creating pedagogical tools and programs which implement R and Shiny. Futhering this goal Kyle has
released five R packages which use Shiny to connect to advanced statistical applications in R. Kyle is also a community
member of rOpenSci where he authored and maintains two packages.
Currently Kyle serves as a member of
the University of California, Merced Alumni Association board of directors. Also Kyle is a founding member of
rOpenEdu, an organization which works to create advanced statistical tools
for use in classrooms and other educational settings.