Daniel H. Robinson
Associate Professor — Ph. D., University of Nebraska
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EDP 371 Introduction to Statistics
ALD 320 Cognition, Human Learning, and Motivation
EDP 380G Psychology of Human Learning
EDP 382L Psychology of Computers in Education
Ph.D. in Education: Psychological and Cultural Studies, University of Nebraska, 1993
M.Ed. in Educational Psychology, Arizona State University, 1991
B.S. in Education (Social Sciences), University of Nebraska, 1988
Robinson, D. H., Levin, J. R., Thomas, G. D., Pituch, K. A., & Vaughn, S. R. (in press). The incidence of “causal” statements in teaching and learning research journals. American Educational Research Journal.
Robinson, D. H., Katayama, A. D., Odom, S., Beth, A., Hsieh, Y. P., & Vanderveen, A. (in press). Increasing text comprehension and graphic note-taking using a partial graphic organizer task. Journal of Educational Research.
Hsieh, P.-H., Hsieh, Y.-P., Chung, W.-H., Acee, T., Thoman, G. D., Kim, H.-J., You, J., Levin, J. R., & Robinson, D. H. (2005) Is educational intervention research on the decline? Journal of Educational Psychology, 97, 523-529.
Griffin, M. M., & Robinson, D. H. (2005). Does spatial or visual information in maps facilitate text recall? Reconsidering the conjoint retention hypothesis. Educational Technology Research & Development, 53, 23-36.
Robinson, D. H., Funk, D. C., Beth, A., & Bush, A. M. (2005). Changing beliefs about corporal punishment: Increasing knowledge about ineffectiveness to build more consistent moral and informational beliefs. Journal of Behavioral Education, 14, 117-139.
Boards, Committees and Associations
- Editor: Educational Psychology Review
- Editorial Board Member: Educational Technology, Research, & Development, Journal of Experimental Education, Research in the Schools, Contemporary Educational Psychology