About Us

We are a small group of researchers with extensive backgrounds in data analysis and research design in the social sciences, education, healthcare, and business. Our work is regularly published in top peer-reviewed journals. We have an established history of expertise in statistical consultation, mentoring, and teaching and happily provide references when requested.

Our clients have ranged from government agencies, businesses, research institutes, and healthcare agencies, to students and individual researchers across a wide range of content areas. We are based in the United States.

Why choose us?

We feel that it is important to work closely with clients to identify needs and to work together to find solutions. Our goal is to provide analytic services that answer your research questions in the most efficient and straightforward manner possible.  We have a team of researchers who collaborate internally, guaranteeing that you receive the best possible service. Our work is fast, reliable, professional, and reasonably priced.

Integrative Analytic Consulting is:

Jonathan E. Cook, Ph.D. Email

Dr. Cook is a social psychologist emphasizing research methods and statistical analysis. His research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the Spencer Foundation, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, and the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers. He is a regular consultant on research funded by the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health among others. Dr. Cook is also an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at the Pennsylvania State University, where he studies identity processes, particularly how membership in socially marginalized groups can affect performance, health, and behavior over time. Dr. Cook teaches statistical analysis at both the undergraduate and graduate levels and specializes in multiple regression and multilevel analysis.

Nathan Dieckmann, Ph.D. Email

Dr. Dieckmann received a Ph.D. in Psychology with a focus in the decision sciences and statistical analysis from the University of Oregon.  He consults in a variety of domains including health, the physical and social sciences, education and business. He is also an associate professor of statistics and decision science at Oregon Health & Science University and a research scientist at Decision Research in Eugene, OR (www.decisionresearch.org). He conducts basic and applied research in a variety of areas including decision making, risk communication, statistical methodology, and the links between decision making and health.

Jess Holbrook, Ph.D. Email

Dr. Holbrook grew up in Seattle, Washington and attended the University of Washington where he graduated with a B.S. in Psychology with Honors, specializing in social psychology, methodology, and statistics.  He then earned a Ph.D. of Psychology at the University of Oregon focusing on automatic social inferences, methodology, and multivariate statistics.  After graduating, he began working at Microsoft doing user research in 2006.  He currently works at Google in the Research and Machine Intelligence division.  Dr. Holbrook's statistical experiences include multivariate analyses, qualitative data coding and interpretation, integration of quantitative and qualitative data, and large data set data mining.