Margaret Anderson

Room 135 Old Main
Phone (607) 753-2048
FAX (607) 753-5738

Professional history

Ph.D. - Concordia University, Montreal, Canada - 1996
Dissertation title: Relating college students' learning approach to their quality of learning outcome
Academic focus on individual learning styles and strategies, the impact of various media for instruction, and cybernetics.

M.A. - Northern Michigan University, Marquette, Michigan - 1980
Thesis title: Comparing a traditional introductory psychology course with one taught using a PSI method.
Emphasis on college level teaching.

B.A. - Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL - 1973
Double major - Psychology and History

Courses usually taught

Test and Measurement - PSY 341
Advanced Educational Psychology - PSY 501
Introductory Psychology Laboratory - Psy 101
Educational Psychology - PSY 332
Psychology internships in the Schools
Introduction to Computer Applications - CAP 100

Department International Advisor - review a Power Point show on studying abroad.

Scholarly interests

*** The effect of individual learning styles and strategies on students' academic performance.
*** The effect of culture on learning style.
*** The effect of personality and cognitive dimensions on student performance in distance courses.
*** The impact of the use of a variety of media for presentation of course material.

Scholarly activity - publications and presentations

Recent works - examples of recent presentations and academic products