J. Elizabeth Richey
Instructor, University of Pittsburgh
I received my PhD in cognitive psychology from the University of Pittsburgh's Learning Research & Development Center. I previously served as an assistant professor of educational psychology at Miami University from 2015 to 2017 and as a project scientist at Carnegie Mellon's Human-Computer Interaction Institute. I am also an advisory board member and former co-editor of the Journal of Research in Childhood Education.
I conduct learning sciences research, with particular interests in educational technology, motivation, example-based learning, explanation, collaboration, and belonging. Through laboratory experiments and classroom studies, I examine cognitive, metacognitive, and motivational factors that influence math and science learning from middle school through college.
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