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Anthony J. Baglioni

Associate Professor
Unit: McIntire School of Commerce
Department: McIntire School of Commerce
Office location and address
Rouss & Robertson Halls, Room 343
125 Ruppel Dr
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904
Ph.D., Community Psychology, University of Virginia
M.A., Psychology, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
B.A., Psychology, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Professor Baglioni has expertise in all types of univariate and multivariate inferential statistics including ANOVA, MANOVA, multiple regression, and structural equation models. He has published articles in the areas of work and stress, organizational behavior, measurement of type A personality and coping styles, accounting, results of brain and vascular surgery, and aggression in dolphins. He has worked in academic settings as well as health-related fields in the public and private sectors. He has also consulted in the areas of organizational behavior, law, the pharmaceutical industry, and statistical analyses.Professor Baglioni has presented his work at conferences of the Australian Psychological Society, the British Psychological Society, and Community Research and Action. He has published in Journal of Applied PsychologyThe British Journal of PsychiatryWork and StressContemporary Accounting Review; and Marine Mammal Science.
COMM 3030: Quantitative and Financial Analysis
Credits: 4
Covers basic analytical tools used in marketing and finance. Introduces a disciplined problem-solving process to structure, analyze, and solve business problems that is used extensively in case discussions. Topics include marketing research; exploratory data analysis, financial statement analysis, basic stock and bond valuation, pro forma statement analysis, cash budgeting, capital budgeting, regression analysis, and analyzing risk and return. Excel is used extensively throughout this session. Prerequisite: Third-year Commerce standing.
COMM 3042: Quantitative Analysis and Data Visualization-Study Abroad
Credits: 2
This course provides an overview of key tools necessary for making effective decisions. It includes a variety of topics that each emphasize the themes of quantitative analysis, data management, and data visualization. Course for Study Abroad students only.
COMM 3050: Managerial Decision Making
Credits: 5
This course provides an overview of key quantitative and qualitative tools necessary for making effective individual- and team-based decisions. It includes a variety of topics that each emphasize three themes central to managerial decision making: (1) Data Management and Data Visualization, (2) Quantitative Analysis, and (3) Perception and Judgment. .
COMM 3330: Marketing Research Techniques
Credits: 3
The basic objective of this course is to develop a general understanding of research methodology as a prerequisite to the intelligent use of research results in marketing management. Thus, the course is designed to provide an introductory background that enables the student to evaluate the potential value of proposed research and to assess the relevance, reliability, and validity of existing research. This research-evaluation ability requires knowledge of the language and techniques of marketing research, including research designs, data collection instruments, sample designs, and varieties of data analysis. Prerequisite: Second-semester, third-year Commerce standing or permission of instructor.