Charles Deering McCormick Distinguished Professor of Instruction; Associate Chair; Lead Adviser
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My research interests center on two broad areas: (1) pedagogical research on the best practices for instruction in psychology in general, and statistics (as it is taught in psychology) more specifically; and (2) fathers and children's socio-emotional development.
Gorvine, B.J., Rosengren, K. S., Stein, L., & Biolsi, K. (2018). Research Methods: From theory to practice. New York: Oxford University Press.
Gorvine, B.J. & Smith, H.D. (2015). Predicting student success in a psychological statistics course emphasizing collaborative learning.
Gorvine, B.J. (2010). Head Start fathers’ involvement with their children. Journal of Family Issues, 31(1), 90-112.
Gorvine, B.J., Karam, E. & Eovaldi, M. (2008). Strengthening individual identity in the group context. Middle School Journal, 40(2), 13-20.