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|Long, Phillip||Educational Psychology; School of Information||Phil’s current research interests focus on active & blended learning pedagogies, remote laboratories, emerging technologies and the analytics that can be captured by instrumenting …|
|McCarthy, Christopher||Educational Psychology||My research focuses on three distinct lines of inquiry in stress and coping: (a) wellness and health psychology, (b) identification of psychological resources that can help prevent stress, and (c) …|
|Neff, Kristin||Educational Psychology||My research interests center on the psychological health benefits of self-compassion. Self-compassion is a concept borrowed from Buddhist psychology, and entails self-kindness, feelings of …|
|Patall, Erika||Educational Psychology||Dr. Patall is interested in the interface between social psychological theory and education. Most broadly, she studies the determinants and development of motivation and the relationship between …|
|Pituch, Keenan||Educational Psychology; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Multilevel modeling; evaluation methodology; mediation analysis methods|
|Pustejovsky, James||Educational Psychology||Longitudinal data analysis Meta-analysis Experimental and quasi-experimental design/analysis Statistical analysis of single-case research|
|Reagins-Lilly, Soncia||Educational Psychology||Higher Education policy, administration and finance; strategic planning; Leadership Development; Cultural Competence and International Cultural exchange|
|Rochlen, Aaron||Educational Psychology||Dr. Rochlen's current research interests involve men’s gender role socialization, help-seeking behaviors, and non-traditional work and family roles. This research fits into the broader …|
|Rodriguez, Erin||Educational Psychology||Dr. Erin Rodriguez studies family and sociocultural influences on children’s coping and adaptation to stress. The primary focus of her work is on families faced with a child’s chronic …|
|Rude, Stephanie||Educational Psychology||The question of what makes certain people vulnerable to becoming depressed; cognitive factors that characterize depression (biases in perception, interpretation, and memory)|