Psychology student Hailen Ackerman and Psychology professor Jared Ladbury presented research at the Midwest Sports Analytics Meeting (MSAM) virtual conference on November 21. Their presentation was titled “Throw Deep to the Slot: Integrating Quarterback and Receiver Influence on Catch Rates.”
Jared Ladbury, Assistant Professor of Psychology, and Anna Semanko, a graduate student at NDSU, have a paper “Using the Reasoned Action Approach to Predict Active Teaching Behaviors in College STEM Courses” published in the Journal for STEM Education Research. It is currently available online.
Jared Ladbury, Psychology, and colleagues from NDSU have had a publication accepted at the Journal of College Science Teaching detailing an NSF-funded faculty development program currently being implemented at NDSU. Full citation is Vosen-Callens, M., Kelter, P. B., Motschenbacher, J., Nyachwaya, J., Ladbury, J. L., & Semanko, A. M. (in press). Developing and implementing a campus-wide professional development program: Successes […]
Jared Ladbury, Psychology, presented a paper “Assessing the relationship between trust perceptions and collectivism with the social relations model” at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology in San Antonio, Texas. Verlin Hinsz (Psychology, NDSU) was co-author. Magdalene Chalikia, Gary Nickell, and Rochelle Bergstrom, all Psychology, also attended the meeting.