UW-Madison Department of Educational Psychology - Affiliated Faculty

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Educational Psychology
School of Education
UW-Madison
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Human Development

  • Karen Bogenschneider, Professor, School of Human Ecology
  • Richard Davidson, William James & Vilas Professor of Psychology & Psychiatry, Waisman Laboratory for Brain Imaging & Behavior, Laboratory for Affective Neuroscience, Center for Investigating Healthy Minds at the Waisman Center
  • Susan Ellis Weismer, Professor, Dept of Communication Sciences & Disorders
  • H. Hill Goldsmith, Professor, Dept of Psychology, College of Letters & Science
  • Julie Poehlmann, Professor, School of Human Ecology
  • Dave RileyProfessor Emeritus, School of Human Ecology
  • Stephen Small, Professor, School of Human Ecology

Learning Sciences

  • Martha Alibali, Professor, Dept of Psychology, College of Letters & Science
  • Richard HalversonProfessor, Dept of Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis, School of Education
  • Eric Knuth, Professor, Dept of Curriculum & Instruction, School of Education
  • Kurt Squire, Professor, Dept of Curriculum & Instruction, School of Education
  • Constance Steinkuehler, Associate Professor, Dept of Curriculum & Instruction, School of Education
  • Naomi Chesler, Professor, Dept of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering
  • Lewis Friedland, Professor, School of Journalism & Mass Communication and Affiliate Professor, Dept of Sociology, College of Letters & Science‚Äč

Quantitative Methods

  • Mark Albanese, Professor Emeritus, Dept of Population & Health Sciences, School of Medicine & Public Health
  • Geoffrey BormanProfessor, Dept of Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis, School of Education
  • Eric CamburnAssociate Professor, Dept of Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis, School of Education
  • Bill Hoyt, Professor, Dept of Counseling Psychology, School of Education

School Psychology

  • Megan Farley, Psychologist, University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, Waisman Center
  • Hugh Johnston, WI Department of Corrections
  • Lindsay McCary, Psychologist, Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic, Waisman Center
  • Stephen Quintana, Professor, Dept of Counseling Psychology, School of Education
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