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Education Psychology Faculty

Jan Armstrong

Jan Armstrong

Professor
Office Location: Simpson Hall, Room 116
Phone: (505) 277-6427
Email: jka@unm.edu
Education: PhD from University of Minnesota in 1987

Research Interests:
  • Teaching, learning and development in the professions
  • Professional knowledge transmission and acculturation
  • Qualitative research methods in psychology and education
  • Applied visual research

Courses:

  • Qualitative Research in Education
  • Advanced Seminar in EdPsy: Qualitative Research in the Psychological Sciences
  • Human Growth and Development Course
  • Psychological Development of Women
  • Educational Studies Home Page

CV: armstrong_vita_abbrev6-3-16.docx

Webpage: www.unm.edu/~jka


Terri Flowerday

Professor
Office Location: Simpson Hall, Room 113
Phone: (505) 277-3208
Email: tflower@unm.edu
Education: Ph. D. from the University of Nebraska in 2000.

Research Interests:
  • Motivation, cognition and instruction
  • Human development
  • Reading and literacy issues

Courses:

  • Learning and the Classroom 310
  • Principles of Human Development 503
  • Principles of Classroom Learning 510
  • Motivation Theory and Practice 520
  • College Teaching Seminar 630
  • Seminar in Classroom Learning 610
  • Seminar in Human Growth and Development 613
  • Dissertation Seminar 650

Curriculum Vitae

Yu-Yu Hsiao

Assistant Professor
Office Location: Simpson Hall, Room 119
Phone: 505-277-7101
Email: yuyuhsiao@unm.edu
Education: Ph.D. from Texas A&M University in 2017

Research Interests:

  • Structural Equation Modeling
  • Multilevel Modeling
  • Psychometric Theory

Courses:

  • EDPY 603 Applied Statistical Design and Analysis
  • EDPY 604 Multiple Regression Techniques as Applied to Education
  • EDPY 607 Structural Equation Modeling
Carolyn Hushman

Carolyn J. Hushman

Assistant Professor
Office Location: Simpson Hall, Room 118
Phone: 505-277-9917
Email: ckimble@unm.edu
Education: Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, University of New Mexico, 2011

Research Interests:

  • Using assessment to guide instructional decisions
  • Cognition, expertise and teacher professional development
  • Learning and cognition in pre-service education

Courses:

  • EDPY 310 Learning and the Classroom
  • EDPY 303 Human Growth and Development
  • EDPY 505 Conducting Quantitative Educational Research
  • EDPY 472/572 Classroom Assessment

Curriculum Vitae

Martin Jones

Martin H. Jones - Program Coordinator

Associate Professor
Office Location: Simpson Hall, Room 117
Phone: 505-277-3164
Email: martinjones@unm.edu
Education: Ph.D. Indiana University, Bloomington 2007

Research Interests:

  • Social influences on academic motivation and achievement
  • Underrepresented students' academic experiences
  • Learning, cognition, and social development

Courses:

  • EDPY 310 Learning and the Classroom
  • EDPY 503 Principles of Human Development
  • EDPY 510 Principles of Classroom Learning

Webpage: smaart.unm.edu

Jay Parkes

Jay Parkes

Professor
Office Location: Simpson Hall, Room 120
Phone: (505) 277-3320
Email: parkes@unm.edu
Education: Ph. D. in 1998 from the Pennsylvania State University

Research Interests:
  • Learning and Assessment
  • Simulation and Feedback in Medical Education
  • Dual Language Education Research
Lee Van Horn

H. Lee Swanson

Research Professor
Email: hlswanson@unm.edu
Education: Ph.D. University of New Mexico 1976; Post-Doc University of California Los Angeles 1980

Research Interests: 

  1. Cognitive processes underlying math and reading disabilities in monolingual and English language learners
  2. Dynamic assessment and Meta-Analysis
  3. Intellectual and Working Memory Development
Lee Van Horn

M. Lee Van Horn

Professor
Director of the Methodology Group @ UNM
Office Location: Tech 274
Phone: (505) 277-4535
Email: mlvh@unm.edu
Education: Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2001.

Research Interests:  Lee’s research focuses on understanding statistical methods for assessing individual differences. His current research focuses on statistical and applied issues around regression mixture models and a recently funded study to develop methods for modeling individual differences in intervention effects. He has applied these methods to diverse areas around human development including academic performance for at-risk students, modeling causes of delinquency and drug use in adolescence, and promoting physical activity. He also specializes in statistical methods for group randomized trials.

Courses:

  • EdPy 604 Multiple Regression Techniques Applied to Education
  • EdPy 607 Structural Equation Modeling
  • EdPy 608 Multilevel Modeling

CV: lee_vita_feb2016.docx

Website: methodologygroup.unm.edu

Professors Emeritae

Andrea Frieder Vierra, Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Professor Emerita

Mary B. Harris, Ph.D., Stanford University
Professor Emerita

Candace G. Schau, Ph.D., lowa State University
Professor Emerita