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Roger S. Taylor

Roger.Taylor Office: Mahar 464
Phone: 315.312.4150
Email: roger.taylor@oswego.edu
Lab Website: LearningAndEmotionLab.org

 

Fall 2013 Class Schedule:
Course Number:  PSY 290-810/81L
Course Title:  Research Methods in Psychology
Lecture Day(s):  Tuesday & Thursday
Lecture Time:  12:45-2:05
Lecture Location:  Mahar 118
Lab Day(s):  Tuesday
Lab Time:  4:35-6:35
Lab Location:  Mahar 302

Course Number:  PSY 290-840/84L
Course Title:  Research Methods in Psychology
Lecture Day(s):  Tuesday &  Thursday
Time:  9:35-10:55
Location:  Mahar 118
Lab Day(s):  Tuesday
Time:  2:20-4:20
Location:  Mahar 210

Course Number:  PSY 430-HY1 cross-listed with HCI 531-HY1
Course Title:  Data Visualization
Lecture Day(s):  Monday & Wednesday
Time:  9:10-10:05
Location:  Mahar 216

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Spring 2013 Class Schedule:
Course Number:   PSY 410-800  Cross-listed with PSY 505
Course Title:   Topics:  Human Factors
Lecture Day(s):  M W 
Time:  3:00-4:20 
Location:  Mahar 201

Course Number:   PSY 430-HY1  Cross-listed with HCI 530-HY1
Course Title:  Data Visualization
Lecture Day(s):   M W
Time:   9:10-10:05
Location:   Mahar 215

Course Number:  HCI 550-800 
Course Title:  HCI Project I
Lecture Day(s):  MWF 
Time:  8:00-8:55
Location:  Mahar 303

Course Number:  HCI 551-800
Course Title:  HCI Project II
Lecture Day(s):  MWF
Time:  8:00-8:55
Location:  Mahar 303

Spring 2013 Office Hours:
Day:  Tuesday    Time: 2:30-4:30

Research Interests: My research is focused on uncovering the relationships between students' learning and their emotional (i.e., affective) states. The research goals include refining psychological theory and developing educational applications, such as emotionally adaptive learning environments.

 

Professional Information:
Education:
Ph.D.: University of Pittsburg, Learning Research and Development Center, Cognitive Psychology, 2004
M.S.: University of Pittsburgh, Learning Research and Development Center, Cognitive Psychology, 2002
M.Ed.: Rutgers University, Graduate School of Education, Educational Psychology, 1996
B.A.: Rutgers University, Psychology, 1991

Professional Organizations:
American Educational Research Association
Cognitive Science Society
International Society of the Learning Sciences

Recent Papers and Publications:
Taylor, R. S., Biswas, G., Jeong, H., Sulcer, B., & Segedy, J. (2010, June). Affective States as Predictors of Learning Gains. Poster presented at the 5th annual meeting of the Institute of Educational Sciences, Washington, D.C.

Taylor, R. S., & Ferrari, M. (Eds.) (in press). Epistemology and Science Education: Understanding the Evolution vs. Intelligent Design Controversy. Routledge.