While at St. Bonaventure, he has earned tenured and the rank of full professor, where he is also the recipient of their highest teaching honor and their highest honor for research and scholarship. His research and teaching bridges knowledge creation across analytics, business, and psychology fields, particularly as it relates to leveraging data to optimize patients’ access to affordable, quality health care.
Dr. Privitera has authored over two dozen books and nearly three dozen peer-reviewed papers on topics related to statistics, methodology, analytics, health, and healthcare. He is the first SAGE author to earn a Text and Academic Authors (TAA) national award for his book, Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences, which received the Most Promising New Textbook national award in its first edition in 2014. He is the author of two statistics texts, which are currently best-selling books on the SAGE Publications list. His texts are adopted internationally at over 200 institutions including Harvard University, Stanford University, Columbia University, and Dartmouth.
- Ph.D., Behavioral Neuroscience, SUNY at Buffalo, 2006
- M.A., Psychology, SUNY at Buffalo, 2004
- B.A., Psychology, SUNY at Buffalo, 2002