Research Sub-Committee members and their areas of special interests and expertise are:
Cynthia Berrol, Ph.D., BC-DMT
Development of research ideas
into a form appropriate for investigative research. Interpretation of statistical results, analysis of content in qualitative designs regarding discussion & implications.
Robyn Flaum Cruz, Ph.D., BC-DMTResearch design and assistance with all aspects of measurement and statistical analysis, including reliability, validity, univariate, bivariate and multivariate analysis, and classification techniques.
Lenore Hervey, Ph.D., BC-DMT, NCC, REATQualitative research methods, including nontraditional, artistic and creative methods of inquiry, from formulating questions to qualitative data analysis.
Laura Downey, MA, R-DMTResearch design, data analysis, and reporting. Special interest in Laban Movement Analysis (LMA) and Bartenieff Fundamentals, theory, brain function, structure, biological functions, quantitative methods.
Marybeth Weinstock, PhD, BC-DMT
Qualitative Research Methods, especially feminist perspectives; collaborative, cross-disciplinary research and application; design and application of assessment tools; special interests include issues of age, eating disorders, brain development and function, body image, women's issues, dancers' lives; exploring criteria for evidence-based research.
Emma Barton, MA, BC-DMT
Evaluation Research, program design and implementation, action/participatory research approaches. Organization and development of literature review process. Special interest in integrative clinical approaches, yoga, Eastern philosophy, mindfulness and neuroscience.