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R. Eric Landrum, PhD, is currently a professor of psychology at Boise State University. He received his PhD in cognitive psychology (with an emphasis in quantitative methodology) from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale in 1989. His research interests center on the study of educational issues, identifying those conditions that best facilitate student success (broadly defined). He has over 200 professional presentations at conferences and published 17 books or book chapters, and has published over 60 professional articles in scholarly, peer-reviewed journals. His work has appeared in journals such as Teaching of Psychology, College Teaching, Educational and Psychological Measurement, the Journal of College Student Development, the Journal of Research and Development in Education, and College Student Journal. He has worked with over 200 undergraduate research assistants and in 16 years at Boise State, he has taught over 10,000 students! During Summer 2008, he participated in the National Conference for Undergraduate Education in Psychology at the University of Puget Sound, serving as the leader of a working group concerned with the desired results of an undergraduate education in psychology. He is the coeditor and author of two chapters in Protecting Human Subjects: Departmental Subject Pools and Institutional Review Boards (1999, APA Books) and lead author of The Psychology Major: Career Options and Strategies for Success (3rd ed., 2007, Prentice Hall). He is a member of the American Psychological Association, a Fellow of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (APA Division Two), and was recently elected Secretary of Division Two. In addition, Eric is an active member of the Midwestern Psychological Association, and the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association. He is an award-winning teacher (ASBSU Outstanding Faculty Member Award, 1994 and 2005; BSU Foundation Scholars Outstanding Teacher Award, 2002) and researcher (SSPA Tenured Research Award, 2004). At Boise State University, Dr. Landrum teaches courses in General Psychology (in the classroom and online), Introduction to the Psychology Major, Statistical Methods, Research Methods, and Psychological Measurements. He has served as National President of the Council of Teachers of Undergraduate Psychology and has served Psi Chi both locally and regionally. He served as Department Chair from 1996-2000 and again 2005-2006.
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