Ben-Eliyahu Adar, Dr.
My research integrates across aspects from clinical, social, and educational psychology to understand how relationships with people and the learning environment influence learning. For example, how do adults support learning and how does technology in the learning environment support or hamper learning. More specifically, I am interested in self-regulation and motivational process. In my research I use advanced statistics based on structural equation modeling and factor analysis.
Rosenbloom, T., Ben-Eliyahu, A., & Nemrodov, D. (2016). Causes of Traffic Accidents as Perceived by Pre-Driving Adolescents. North American Journal of Psychology, 18, 533-550.
Sha, L., Schunn, C., Bathgate, M., & Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2015). Families Support their Children's Success in Science Learning by Influencing Interest and Self-Efficacy, Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 1-23.
Ben-Eliyahu, A., & Linnenbrink-Garcia, L., & Putallaz, M. (2017). The intertwined nature of social life and academics: Social and academic goal orientations. Journal of Advanced Academics.
Ben-Eliyahu, A (2017). Individual Differences and Learning Contexts: A Self-Regulated Learning Perspective In T. Michalsky & C. Schechter (Eds.). Self-regulated learning: Conceptualization, contribution, and empirically based models for teaching and learning. National Society for the Studies of Education Yearbook. NY, NY: Teachers College - Columbia University Press. pp.
Ben-Eliyahu, A., Moore, D., Dorph, R., & Schunn, C. D. (in press). Investigating the multidimensionality of engagement: Affective, behavioral, and cognitive engagement in science across multiple days, activities, and contexts. Contemporary Educational Psychology.
By appointment Department of Counseling and Human Development