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Assistant Professor of Psychology
Scott Hinze was new to the psychology department at Virginia Wesleyan in the fall of 2013. Previously, he held a post-doctoral research fellowship at Northwestern University. He received his doctorate in cognitive psychology, with a minor in cognitive neuroscience, from the University of Illinois at Chicago. His research explores how processes of human learning and memory unfold in everyday experiences, including educationally-relevant ones, and how these experiences can be supported with effective instructional design.
He teaches courses in Cognitive Psychology, Biopsychology, Sensation & Perception, along with core courses in Intro, Methods, Statistics, and Original Research.
See Scott's webpage for more.
Learning from Tests
Individual Differences and STEM Education
Learning from Fictional Sources