Currently Active Faculty By Specialization and Research Interests
Faculty members are either full time Graduate Center faculty or are on Graduate Center doctoral faculty with main affiliation with their home campus. These members have recently taught courses at the Graduate and/or are advising current doctoral students.
Dr. Alpana Bhattacharya
Literacy, language development, reading and spelling acquisition, strategy instruction, learning disabilities.
Dr. Patricia Brooks
Language development from a life-span perspective; Individual differences in language learning and processing; Cognitive development in technology-mediated contexts; Pedagogy.
Dr. Peggy Chen
Academic self-regulation, math self-efficacy beliefs, and assessment and evaluation.
Dr. Colette Daiute
Formal and information education to mediate growing up in adversity (such as in situations of conflict, migration, economic inequality). Within education contexts, my research focuses on design and implementation of digital tools, oral narrative, and written communication.
Dr. Bruce Homer
Literacy, language and cognition, cognitive development, theory of mind, and computer-based multimedia learning.
Dr. Helen Johnson
Language development and emergent literacy; language and literacy development in dual language learners; school-based prevention; home-school partnerships and parent education.
Dr. Anastasiya Lipnevich
Instructional feedback, attitudes toward mathematics, emotions and affect, alternative ways of cognitive and non-cognitive assessment, and the role of non-cognitive characteristics in individuals’ academic and life achievement.
Dr. Joan Lucariello
Cognitive development, evidence-based instructional (teaching) practices, learning processes and development, cultural psychology.
Dr. Irvin Schonfeld
Work, stress, and health in teachers; burnout and depression.
Dr. Keith Markus
Test validity, causation and causal inference, SEM model interpretation, program evaluation.
Dr. David Rindskopf
Latent variable models, categorical data, Bayesian statistics, multilevel models.
Dr. Jay Verkuilen
Dr. Wei Wang
Quantitative methods, computational modeling, social network analysis, applied psychometrics, big data analytics and technology, with their broad applications in psychological, educational, and managerial areas.
Dr. Linnea Ehri
Reading and spelling acquisition and disability, literacy, psycholinguistics, cognitive and language development.
Dr. Georgiana Shick Tryon
Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Client Engagement and Supervision/Supervisee Relationship.