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The departments within the College of Education were reorganized and renamed as of July 1, 2011. This department incorporates the former departments of Measurement, Statistics & Evaluation; Human Development; and the Institute for Child Study.

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  • THE ROLE OF VIETNAMESE AMERICAN FATHERS’ INVOLVEMENT IN CHILDREN’S EDUCATION 

    Ho, Amy (2016)
    Research in the field of parental involvement is important to identify ways to help support children’s academic achievement outside of school. This study extended the literature by examining father involvement within a ...
  • Measuring Transactive Memory Systems Using Network Analysis 

    King, Kylie Goodell (2017)
    Transactive memory systems (TMSs) describe the structures and processes that teams use to share information, work together, and accomplish shared goals. First introduced over three decades ago, TMSs have been measured in ...
  • CHILDREN’S UNDERSTANDING OF MERIT IN FAIR RESOURCE ALLOCATION 

    Noh, Jee Young (2017)
    While previous studies have documented children’s consideration of merit in fairness decisions, less is known about specifically how merit has been conceptualized by children, as effort and outcome were confounded in merit ...
  • Age-Related Changes in Children’s Associations of Economic Resources and Race 

    Elenbaas, Laura; Killen, Melanie (Frontiers, 2016-06-16)
    Age-related changes in children’s associations of economic resources and race were investigated. The sample (N = 308) included 5–6 year-olds (n = 153, M = 6.01 years, SD = 0.33 years) and 10–11 year-olds (n = 155, M = 11.12 ...
  • The Creative Stereotype Effect 

    Dumas, Denis; Dunbar, Kevin N. (PLOS (Public Library of Science), 2016-02-10)
    Because of its fundamental relevance to scientific innovation, artistic expression, and human ingenuity, creativity has long been the subject of systematic psychological investigation. Concomitantly, the far-reaching effects ...

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