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ED PSYCH STUDENT JESSICA BRODSKY RECEIVES PSI CHI APS RESEARCH AWARD

ED PSYCH STUDENT JESSICA BRODSKY RECEIVES PSI CHI APS RESEARCH AWARD

Teaching College Students Fact-checking Skills Recent research shows that college students struggle to accurately evaluate the trustworthiness of online information (McGrew et al., 2018). Unlike expert fact-checkers, students rarely “read laterally.” That is, students don’t use independent online sources, like fact-checking sites or Wikipedia, to verify online claims and research the people and/or organizations making […]

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Damira and her coauthors on May 2016 at an international mindfulness conference in Rome, IT. Pictured from left to right is Joshua Brown, Damira Rasheed, Deborah Schussler (not a coauthor), Sebrina Doyle, and Tish Jennings.

Damira Rasheed Publishes Article Titled “The Association between Teacher-Child Race/Ethnicity Matching and Classroom Diversity Differential Effect on Children’s Socioemotional and Academic Skills”

Second year Educational Psychology Ph.D. student Damira Rasheed’s study (first author) on “The Association between Teacher-Child Race/Ethnicity Matching and Classroom Diversity Differential Effect on Children’s Socioemotional and Academic Skills” was recently published in Child Development (online version coming out soon). Using a diverse sample of students and teachers, the current study sought to examine whether […]

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Teresa and committee

Looking Back, Looking Forward: Reflections and Next Steps of a Recent Educational Psychology Graduate

Teresa Ober recently completed her degree in the Educational Psychology program at the Graduate Center, CUNY, specializing in Learning, Development, and Instruction. In the process of completing her doctoral education, Teresa also completed a certificate in Instructional Technology and Pedagogy. Prior to studying at the Graduate Center, she received a B.A. in Psychology from Cornell […]

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Ana and students

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY FACULTY AND STUDENTS COLLABORATE

Associate Professor of Educational Psychology Anastasiya Lipnevich has focused her research on two interacting areas of interest – (1) instructional feedback (Handbook of Instructional Feedback) and (2) assessment of noncognitive, or psychosocial, characteristics that relate to educational and life success (Psychosocial SKills and School Systems in the 21st Century). Anastasiya Lipnevich and her PhD students, […]

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