Faculty Research

Dr. Boone's Research

Dr. William BooneWilliam Boone | Professor of Educational Psychology

Dr. Boone’s research concerns the application of Rach measurement techniques in the fields of Education, Medicine, and Market Research. In particular, how to use Rasch measurement to develop robust tests and surveys. Dr. Boone is frequently asked to work with colleagues worldwide with regard to Rasch Measurement. In 2015, Dr. Boone received the Distinguished Scholar Award for sustained excellence in research. Learn more about Dr. Boone »

Dr. Davis' Research

Dr. DavisDarrel R. Davis | Associate Professor of Educational Psychology; joint appointment with Instructional Design & Technology

Dr. Davis has taught numerous online, hybrid, and face-to-face courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, and continues to explore strategies to optimize teaching and learning within each of these settings. His current research interests include teaching and learning in the online environment and the use of technology in diverse and developing settings. He has published work on the role of play and technology on human development. Learn more about Dr. Davis »

Dr. Shea's Research

Dr. SheaHaley Shea | Visiting Assistant Professor & Myaamia Research Associate

Dr. Shea's research interests include mixed-methods research regarding the impact of language and cultural revitalization on wellness for members of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma. Learn more about Dr. Shea » Learn more about the Myaamia Center »


Dr. Wang's Research

Dr. WangAimin Wang | Professor of Educational Psychology

Dr. Aimin Wang teaches a variety of courses in Educational Psychology including research methodology, statistics, and measurement and evaluation. His research interests are on program evaluation, children's socialization, and cross-cultural. His publications cover inter-cultural human development as well as cognition and learning among children and adolescents. Learn more about Dr. Wang »