Dr. Tetewsky is a Sr. Research Analyst at the
Center for Health and Social Research. He received his undergraduate
degree in Psychology from the University at Buffalo and he earned his
Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from Yale University. Dr. Tetewsky has done research on inductive
reasoning and individual differences, changes in visuo-perceptual processing that are
associated with long-term learning, neural network modeling, and
visuo-spatial deficits associated with Alzheimer's Disease. He is also interested in the use of
technology in education and scientific visualization, and he recently completed a Master's
degree in Information Technology from R.I.T.
Dr. Tetewsky's major job responsibilities are to conduct statistical
analyses for different research projects, such as the Erie County Risk Indicator
Database Project, and provide other kinds of programming and technical support.
He is also involved in consulting with other faculty members about research
design and statistics, drafting reports and papers, describing findings of the evaluations,
and giving oral presentations of evaluation results.