Productivity of educational psychologists in educational psychology journals, 1997-2001
What are the most productive institutions and who are the most prolific individual scholars conducting educational psychology research? What are the topics of primary interest to educational psychologists? These were the questions that guided this study, which was a follow-up to our previous investigation of faculty productivity for the period from 1991-1996. Publications in five educational psychology journals were examined. The University of Maryland retained its top ranking for productivity in educational psychology. Richard Mayer of the University of California-Santa Barbara was the most-published educational psychologist for the most recent period, as well as for the entire period (1991-2001). Reading research remains the most popular focus for educational psychology research followed by motivation. © 2002 Elsevier Science (USA). All rights reserved.
Smith, M. Cecil, Marian Plant, Russell N. Carney, Catherine Stein Arnold, Anthony Jackson, Lisa S. Johnson, Herbert Lange, F. Shane Mathis, and Thomas J. Smith. "Productivity of educational psychologists in educational psychology journals, 1997–2001." Contemporary Educational Psychology 28, no. 3 (2003): 422-430.
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