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Assistant Professor of Psychology
B.A., Hope College
M.A., Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago
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