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Emily Soltano

Professor

Dr. Soltano joined the Worcester University faculty and its Department of Psychology in 1999, and holds her B.A. and Ph.D. from State University of New York, Albany. She is an experimental psychologist with extensive experience in statistical analysis, experimental design, and language processing in adults. Dr. Soltano applies her training in cognitive psychology to issues in the science of teaching and learning. She has previously served as chair of her department, and presently is Director of the University’s Center for Teaching and Learning.

Education

1997
State University of New York at Albany
Cognitive Psychology
Ph.D.
1991
State University of New York at Albany
Major: Psychology; Minor: Linguistics
BA

Publications

  • Articles
  • Presentations
Articles
Soltano, E.G., Meyer, S.E., & Larrivee, L.S. (2016). Enhancing student learning through interdisciplinary research. Currents in Teaching and Learning, 8, 38-45. Read More
Talks
Soltano, E.G. & Rosa, N. (March, 2019). The impact of classroom tools on high versus low-achieving students. 2nd International Convention of Psychological Science, Paris, France. Read More

Courses

PS101

General Psychology


3 credits
PS275

Psychological Statistics


4 credits
PS276

Research Methods


3 credits
PS307

Applied Research Methods


3 credits
PS345

Cognitive Psychology


3 credits