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The Division 15 Podcast Series

Hosted by Dr. Jeff Greene | Produced by Wade George

Emerging Research in Educational Psychology.

Each podcast focuses upon topics covered in an article of Educational Psychologist, the premier journal in the field. Authors discuss their work, what it means for scholarship and practice, future directions, and other interesting topics.
Hosted by Jeffrey Greene.

2024 Episodes

Dr. Alexandra List, Gala S. Campos Oaxaca, Dr. Hongcui Du, Dr. Hye Yeon Lee, & Bailing Lyu discuss their recent Educational Psychologist article, “Critical culturalized comprehension: Exploring culture as learners thinking about texts.”

Dr. Jose H. Vargas joins host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss his Educational Psychologist article, “The antiracist educator’s journey and the psychology of critical consciousness development: A new roadmap.”

Dr. Erika Patall joins host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss her recent Educational Psychologist article, “A meta-analysis of teachers’ provision of structure in the classroom and students’ academic competence beliefs, engagement, and achievement.”

2023 Episodes

Dr. Akane Zusho, Dr. Revathy Kumar, & Dr. Rhonda S. Bondie join host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss their recent article, “Transforming fear into rigor, love, freedom, and joy: A new paradigm of standards-based reform.”

Dr. Sharon L. Nichols joins host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss Educational Psychologist‘s special issue for policy-oriented research, which she guest edited.

Dr. Paul Schutz and Dr. Krista Muis join host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss the upcoming release of The Handbook of Educational Psychology, Fourth Edition, for which they served as editors.

Dr. Kent Harber joins host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss his recent Educational Psychologist article, “The model of threat-infused intergroup feedback: Why, when, and how feedback to ethnic minority learners is positively biased.”

Dr. Carlton J. Fong & Dr. Diane L. Schallert join host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss their recent Educational Psychologist article, “‘Feedback to the future’: Advancing motivational and emotional perspectives in feedback research.”

Dr. Naomi E. Winstone & Dr. Robert A. Nash join host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss their recent Educational Psychologist article, “Toward a cohesive psychological science of effective feedback.”

Dr. Kristy A. Robinson joins host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss her recent EP article, “Motivational climate theory: Disentangling definitions and roles of classroom motivational support, climate, and microclimates.”

Dr. Kamden K. Strunk & Dr. Carey E. Andrzejewski discuss their recent article, “Racisms of commission and omission in educational psychology: A historical analysis and systematic review.”

Dr. Yeo-eun Kim joins host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss her recent Educational Psychologist article, “Self-regulatory processes within and between diverse goals: The multiple goals regulation framework.”

Qian Zhang joins host Dr. Jeff Greene for to discuss her recent Educational Psychologist article, “An integrated model of learning from errors.”

Dr. Revathy Kumar and Dr. Jessica DeCuir-Gunby join host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss their recent Educational Psychologist article, “What is the role of race in educational psychology? A review of research in Educational Psychologist.”

2022 Episodes

Dr. Meca Williams-Johnson and Dr. Alyssa Gonzalez-De Hass discuss the Educational Psychologist special issue they guest edited: “Parental role construction leading to parental involvement in culturally distinct communities.”

Dr. Florence Martin & Dr. Jered Borup join host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss their recent Educational Psychologist article, “Online learner engagement: Conceptual definitions, research themes, and supportive practices.”

Dr. Erika Patall joins host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss her recent Educational Psychologist article, “Implications of the open science era for educational psychology research syntheses.”

Dr. Heather Leary joins host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss her recent Educational Psychologist article, “Pillars of online pedagogy: A framework for teaching in online learning environments.”

Dr. Christine Greenhow, Dr. Charles R. Graham, & Dr. Matthew J. Koehler discuss their recent Educational Psychologist article, “Foundations of online learning: Challenges and opportunities.”

Dr. Francesca Lopez joins host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss her recent Educational Psychologist article, “Can educational psychology be harnessed to make changes for the greater good?”

Dr. Deanna Kuhn sits down with host Dr. Jeff Greene to share insights from for her recent article in Division 15’s journal, Educational Psychologist: “Metacognition matters in many ways.”

Dr. Ellen Skinner discusses her article, “The complex social ecology of academic development: A bioecological framework and illustration examining the collective effects of parents, teachers, and peers on student engagement.”

Dr. Fani Lauermann and Dr. Ruth Butler discuss their recent Educational Psychologist article, “The elusive links between teachers’ teaching-related emotions, motivations, and self-regulation and students’ educational outcomes.”

Dr. Emily Q. Rosenzweig joins host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss her recent Educational Psychologist article, “Beyond utility value interventions: The why, when, and how for next steps in expectancy-value intervention research.”

Dr. Steve Graham sits down with host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss his recent Educational Psychologist article, “A walk through the landscape of writing: Insights from a program of writing research.”

2021 Episodes

Dr. Robert Slavin sits down with host Jeff Greene to discuss his Career Achievement Award article in Educational Psychologist, “How evidence-based reform will transform research and practice in education.”

Stephan Mende joins host Jeff Greene from Dresden to discuss his recent Educational Psychologist article, “Individual preparation for collaborative learning: Systematic review and synthesis.”

Dr. Kathryn Soo McCarthy and Dr. Danielle McNamara discuss their recent Educational Psychologist article, “The Multidimensional Knowledge in Text Comprehension Framework,” with host Dr. Jeff Greene.

Host Jeff Greene sits down for a discussion with Hunter Gehlbach & Carly Robinson, who recently served as guest editors for a special issue of Educational Psychologist entitled “Educational Psychology in the Open Science Era.”

Dr. Matthew C. Makel discusses a recent Educational Psychologist article authored with Jonathan A Plucker, entitled “Replication is important for educational psychology: Recent developments and key issues.”

Dr. Jessica Kay Flake discusses her recent Educational Psychologist article, “Strengthening the foundation of educational psychology by integrating construct validation into open science reform.”

Dr. Gale M. Sinatra and Dr. Barbara K. Hofer join host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss their new book, Science Denial: Why it Happens and What to Do About It.

Allison Zengilowski & Brendan Schuetze discuss their article, “A critical review of the refutation text literature: Methodological confounds, theoretical problems, and possible solutions.”

Dr. Nikki Lobczowski discusses her recent Educational Psychologist article, “Bridging gaps and moving forward: Building a new model for socioemotional formation and regulation.”

Dr. Sara Rimm-Kaufman & Dr. Krystal Thomas join host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss their recent education practice brief, “How White, Middle Class Teachers Can Apply Psychology to Teach Students Who are Different From Them.”

2020 Episodes

Drs. Jonathan Hilpert & Gwen Marchand 
discuss their 2018 article, “Complex Systems Research in Educational Psychology: Aligning Theory and Method,” as well as implications and future directions.

Drs. Alyson L. Lavigne & Thomas L. Good sit down with host Jeff Greene to discuss their Division 15 Policy Brief, “Addressing Teacher Evaluation Appropriately,” as well as their recent work and a new book.

Dr. Mary Helen Immordino-Yang discusses her 2019 Educational Psychologist article, “Nurturing Nature: How Brain Development Is Inherently Social and Emotional, and What This Means for Education.”

Dr. Erik Girvan  discusses his 2019 Educational Psychologist article, “Tail, Tusk, and Trunk: What Different Metrics Reveal About Racial Disproportionality in School Discipline.”

Dr. Jason Harley discusses their 2019 Educational Psychologist article, “Emotion Regulation in Achievement Situations: An Integrated Model.”

Dr. Thomas W. Farmer discusses his 2019 article, “Promoting Inclusive Communities in Diverse Classrooms: Teacher Attunement and Social Dynamics Management.

Dr. Ji Hong and Dr. Dionne Cross Francis sit down with host Jeff Greene to discuss their Educational Psychologist article, “Unpacking complex phenomena through qualitative inquiry: The case of teacher identity research.”

2019 Episodes

Ron Avi Astor
discusses the negative emotional, physical and even lethal effects on victims and witnesses. Be sure to read the official Division 15 policy brief discussed in this episode, here

Gregory R. Hancock
discusses work on the Second Edition of The Reviewers’ Guide to Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences and the importance of consistency among the field’s gatekeepers.

Jessica DeCuir-Gunby & Paul Schutz discuss their 2014 Educational Psychologist article, “Researching Race Within Educational Psychology Contexts,” and how the work has evolved over the past 5 years.

Revathy Kumar discusses the 2018 Educational Psychologist article she co-authored with Dr. Akane Zusho, entitled, “Weaving Cultural Relevance and Achievement Motivation Into Inclusive Classroom Cultures.”

Kathryn R. Wentzel
discusses her time in AERA’s Congressional Fellow Program and the lessons she learned about impacting education policy at the highest levels.

Alysia Roehrig
discusses the merits and nuances of open access journaling—as well as being a public scholar—while providing negotiation tactics for journal authors.

2018 Episodes

Helenrose Fives
discusses epistemic cognition in classroom assessment, and how teachers think about thinking.

Alex List 
discusses the ways students manage multiple sources of information when learning.

David Miele
reviews work on how learners understand and adjust their motivation.

Naomi Winstone
talks about how students receive feedback, and how to help them do so more effectively.