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Dr. Megan E. Bradley

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PROFESSIONAL INFORMATION

AWARDS

As a professional...

As a graduate student...

Awarded Grants

CONSULTATION

8/10 - now USM COURSE REDESIGN FELLOW

6/10 - now BEDFORD, FREEMAN, & WORTH PUBLISHERS

8/99 - now       EDUCATIONAL TESTING SERVICE (ETS)

Chair & Developmental Psychology expert for the CLEP:  Human Growth and Development Test
Developmental Psychology expert and contributing creator for the CLEP:  Major Field Test in Psychology                   
Question Composer for AP, CLEP, and Psychology Praxis exams
Exam Reviewer for AP Psychology Exam
Table Leader, AP Psychology Exam

2009 - present NATIONAL CENTER FOR ACADEMIC TRANSFORMATION

NCAT REDESIGN SCHOLAR

COMMUNITY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT


2008 Creation and presentation of play A Rough Life: One Child's Story of Maltreatment at the Palace Theatre, Frostburg, MD

2000-present Co-director of the Center for Children and Families at FSU
            The purpose of the center is to promote education, research, and community service in the area of child and family psychology.

2004-now   Creator and maintainer of the following helpful websites:

            The Cyberlab is for anyone interested in learning informaton on
        research in psychology.  Both students and professors can utilize
        this site.

 

RESEARCH

Publications. (* = student authors)

Blakeslee, J.A. & Bradley, M.E. (2010). Advanced Placement Teacher's Manual to accompany The Science of Psychology: An Appreciative View, 2nd Edition, by Laura A. King. Boston: McGraw-Hill.

Bradley, M.E. (2009).  Becoming an advocate in rural communities: A review of research and policy implications related to children of lesbian families. The Community Psychologist, 42(4), pp. 58-64. For online free electronic copy, click here and then go to page 58.

Bradley, M.E.,* Thom, L.R., *Hayes, J. & Hay, C. (2008).  Ask and you will receive: How question type influences the quantity and quality of online discussions.  British Journal of Educational Technology, 39(5), 888-900.

Bradley, M. E. (2009).  Student study guide for use with child development, version 12.  Boston: McGraw-Hill.

Bradley, M. E. (2006).  Student study guide for use with child development, version 11.  Boston: McGraw-Hill.

Bradley, M. E. (2003).  Student study guide for use with child development, version 10.  Boston: McGraw-Hill.

Presentations. (* = student authors)

Bradley, M, *Mahdavi, A., *Nickel, K., & *Wilson, M.E. (2009).  Child Cues to Deception Using the Self-Presentational Perspective:  When and How Children Begin Lying Like Adults.  Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, CO.

Southerly, B., Bradley, M. E., & Hay, C. D. (2009).  Redesigning general psychology at Frostburg State University.  Poster presented at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Pittsburgh, PA.

Bradley, M.E. (2009).  Effective use of undergraduate learning assistants.  Presentation at the 3rd Annual Redesign Alliance Conference, Orlando, FL.

Bradley, M.E. (2009).  Redesigning general psychology.  Presentation at the 3rd Annual Redesign Alliance Conference, Orlando, FL.

Bradley, M.E. (2009).  Redesigning general psychology.  Presentation at the AAC&U General Education, Assessment, and the Learning Students Needs Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Bradley, M. E., *Keifer, K. L., *Mahdavi, A., *DiSimone, S. L., & *Honeywell, K. D. (2008).  Sophisticated Liars:  Understanding a faux pas helps children maintain a lie.  Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.

Bradley, M. E. (2008).  Redesigning the social sciences I: Redesigning general psychology.  Symposium presentation at the annual Redesign Alliance Conference, Orlando, FL. 

Bradley, M.E., Southerly, B., Hay, C., Hoffman, J., & Bowman, J. (2008).  Results from the FSU General Psychology Redesign Pilot Semester.  Presented at the USM/NCAT grant recipient meeting, Baltimore, MD.

Bradley, M.E., Southerly, B., Hay, C., Hoffman, J., & Bowman, J. (2008).  Redesigning General Psychology at FrostburgStateUniversity.  Presented at the Redesign Workshop #3, Frostburg, MD. 

Bradley, M. E., *Keifer, K., & *Hayes, J. (2007).  Go deep:  Promoting a deep approach to learning through rubric development.  Poster presented at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Bradley, M. E., & *Murray, K. (2006).  Conformity of children in ambiguous and unambiguous tasks.  Poster presented at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association,
            Baltimore, MD.

Bradley, M. E., & *Thom, L. (2005).  Digital blabbermouths:  Online versus in-class discussion format on student report of participation.  Poster presented at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Bradley, M. E., & *Murray, K. (2005).  Liar, liar, pants on fire:  Detecting deception in children via behavioral and physiological markers.  Poster presented at the meeting of the
Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Bradley, M. E., Wilson, J. H., *Markel, K., *Warren, M., & *Sullivan, C. J. (2004).  Under pressure:  Assessment and treatment of test anxiety in grade school children
Symposium conducted at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Bradley, M. E., Wilson, J. H., *Cirincione, M., *Rouch, M., *Smith, A. *Warren, M., and *Rubin, R. (2002, March).  Lies, lies, lies: Behavioral and physiological aspects of
children’s deception
.  Symposium conducted at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.  

Bradley, M. E. (2001).  The Cyberlab for Psychological Research Website.  Paper presented at the meeting of the Lycoming College Conference on Teaching Excellence, Williamsport,
PA.

 

 

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