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Jessica Brodsky

Lateral reading instruction improves college students’ fact-checking strategies in a general education civics course

Jessica E. Brodsky (PhD Student in Ed Psych) along with Patricia J. Brooks (Prof. in Ed Psych), Donna Scimeca, Ralitsa Todorova, Peter Galati, Michael Batson, Robert Grosso, Michael Matthews, Victor Miller & Michael Caulfield recently published an article in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications titled, “Improving college students’ fact-checking strategies through lateral reading instruction in a general education civics course.” Read the full Open […]

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Congrats to the 2021 Doctoral Student Research Grant Recipients!

Congratulations to the three Ed Psych Doctoral students who have been awarded Doctoral Student Research Grants (DSRG) for 2021! The DSRG is a competitive research grant which awards up to $1,500 for travel, payments to human research subjects, supplies, and other expenses. We have provided each recipient’s research title and abstract below. We hope this […]

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Nicole M. Zapparrata

Nicole Zapparrata, Dr. Patty Brooks, and Dr. Teresa Ober present at SRCD!

Nicole Zapparatta (Ed Psych Program PhD Student), Patricia Brooks (Ed Psych Program Professor), & Teresa Ober (Ed Psych Program alumna) recently presented a poster at the 2021 Society for Research in Child Development Meeting titled “Is there evidence of generalized slowing in Autism Spectrum Disorder? A meta-analytic investigation.” (more…)

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Dr. Anastasiya Lipnevich (left) and Dr. Kalina Gjicali (right)

Dr. Lipnevich and alumna Dr. Gjicali publish in Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Accountability

  How do US and Spanish universities differ in the assessment criteria they use to assign course grades? Are they using criteria that we know to be effective? Anastasiya Lipnevich (Ed Psych. Program Professor), Ernesto Pandadero, Kalina Gjicali (Ed Psych Program alumna), and Juan Fraile examined these questions in their recent article titled “What’s on […]

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Dr. Keith Markus publishes “Philosophical methodology and axiomatic measurement theory: A comment on Uher (2021)”

Dr. Keith A. Markus, Ph.D., faculty member of the Quantitative Psychology subprogram, published “Philosophical methodology and axiomatic measurement theory: A comment on Uher (2021)” in the Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology. Markus proposes three methodological principles that can be used to apply axiomatic measurement theory. Read the article here!  Article Abstract: Uher (2021) provided […]

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Brodsky and colleagues publish in JMLE on college students’ online algorithm awareness

Congrats to Jessica E. Brodsky (Ed Psych PhD student), Dvora Zomberg (GC Psych), Dr. Kasey L. Powers (GC Psych Alumna), and Dr. Patricia J. Brooks (Ed Psych/Psych Prof) on their recent publication titled “Assessing and fostering college students’ algorithm awareness across online contexts” in the Journal of Media Literacy Education (JMLE)! The Graduate Center recently […]

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Maya Rose Secures NSF Funding

PhD Candidate, Maya Rose was awarded a NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement (DDRI) from the National Science Foundation for her study, “Does Speaking Improve Comprehension and Processing of a Foreign Language? A Computer-Assisted Language Learning and ERP Study.” Maya recently talked about her research and advice for fellow students applying for NSF grants on the […]

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Student Spotlight: Aleksandra Kazakova

The following post is part of our Student Spotlight Initiative Aleksandra Kazakova is a Phd Candidate in the Quantitative Methods in Educational and Psychological Research Specialization. Recently, Aleksandra presented a poster at the 2021 Conference on Statistical Practice titled, “An application of Structural Equation Modeling in the analysis of ordered categorical factors indicating the relationship […]

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Yeshan Qian

Student Spotlight: Yeshan Qian

The following post is part of our Student Spotlight initiative My name is Yeshan Qian. I am currently a first year Ph.D. student in the Learning, Development, and Instruction specialization. Here are some of my updates and progress: I have been doing research under Dr. Colette Daiute’s guidance, on heritage language learners among Chinese immigrant […]

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Doctoral Student Research Grant (DSRG) Round 16!

If you are a doctoral student in your second through sixth year, you are likely eligible to apply for a Doctoral Student Research Grant (Round 16), which can get you up to $1,500 for research, travel, accommodations, conference fees, some supplies not covered by your program, a research assistant, as well as fees (not covered by your […]

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