Cognition, Emotion, and Learning
I am a postdoctoral scholar in Department of Comparative Human Development at the University of Chicago. My research examines the links between cognition, emotion, and learning in children and adults.
lVMM on Algebraic Anxiety
I’m delighted that my paper “Patterns of anxiety in algebraic problem solving: A three-step latent variable analysis” has been accepted for publication in Learning and Individual Differences. The article is part of a special issue on the use of Latent Variable Mixture Models in learning research. Co-authored with Bob Reeve, […]
Paper at ASCILTE 2017: A learning analytics view of students’ use of self-regulation strategies for essay writing
Paper on self-regulated learning presented at ASCILITE conference This paper, written with Paula de Barba, Gregor Kennedy and the CADMUS team integrated educational technology with self-regulating learning theory to examine patterns of essay-writing. Cadmus provides a unique way to use learning analytics to examine students essay writing processes, in real […]
Accepted: Paper on Tools for Characterizing Individual Differences in Learning
My paper on Informative Tools for Characterizing Individual Differences in Learning, has just been accepted for publication in the journal Learning and Individual Differences. I co-wrote the paper with Marian Hickendorff (lead author), Jake McMullan, Michael Schneider, and Peter Edelsbrunner. The paper is intended for learning and development researchers, […]
New ECR awards at Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences
Throughout 2017 I have been the head of the ECR committee at the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences. One of the initiatives we proposed, an award scheme for ECRs, has been supported by the school, and applications are now open. The School is initiating four annual awards for early career […]
Perspectives on academic careers by ECRs
Hanne Watkins, a post doctoral research fellow at The University of Pennsylvania, hosts a blog for ECRs. Each week features a different contributor, describing their perspective and experiences on developing an academic career. Some interesting and useful reads.
npj Science of Learning community: Emotions in classrooms
Emotions in classrooms: The need to understand how emotions affect learning and education A collaborative opinion article from three Early Career Researchers on the need to understand how emotions affect learning has been published on the npj Science of Learning community site. I worked with Amanda Bourgeois (The University of […]