Rosalyn Stoa, a recent Psychology and Business graduate currently pursuing an Industrial-Organizational Psychology doctorate, worked with Assistant Prof. Alan Chu, chair of the M.S. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology Program, to publish an article titled “An argument for implementing and testing novelty in the classroom” in Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology. The article discusses the theory behind novelty as a motivator in the classroom, as well as its effect on teaching with technology and future directions for research.
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