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Jennifer Case McKee with her dissertation committee. From left: Dr. David Rindskopf, Dr. Keith Markus, and Dr. Jennifer Case McKee

Jennifer Case McKee Successfully Defends her Dissertation!

On November 18th, Dr. Jennifer Case McKee successfully defended her dissertation on “Identifying Construct-Irrelevant Variance and Construct Under-Representations as Support of External Evidence of Validity.” Dissertation Abstract: Test validity has commonly been defined in terms of a test measuring what it is supposed to measure, however there has been a century of discussion and debate […]

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Alexandra Adair at her dissertation defense

Alexandra Adair Successfully Defends her Dissertation!

  On November 7th, Dr. Alexandra Adair successfully defended her dissertation on “Measuring Preschool Parents’ Attitudes Towards Science: Development and Psychometric Evaluation of a Parent Version of the Dimension of Attitudes Towards Science Instrument.”   Dissertation Abstract: Presently, no measure or theoretical framework exists for preschool parents’ attitudes towards science. The purpose of this study […]

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Charles Raffaele completes his proposal of his dissertation research!

Charles Raffaele has recently completed his proposal of his dissertation research. The dissertation will investigate best formats of multimedia instruction for learning of second language reading and listening skills. Specifically, the study will determine whether non-redundant multimedia (video and narration simultaneously, with text non-concurrent) is learned from better than redundant multimedia (video and narration with text simultaneously), […]

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