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Kristin Atchison

Kristin Atchison

Assistant Professor of Instruction

Research Interests: Pedagogy and infant cognitive development

JO 3.206
Curriculum Vitae

Not currently accepting undergraduate or graduate students


Research Areas

Research Interests
Pedagogical studies, also studies of infant cognitive development


Quantitative Skills, Critical Thinking, and Writing Mechanics in Blended Versus Face-to-Face Versions of a Research Methods and Statistics Course. 2018 - Journal Article
Quantitative Skills, Critical Thinking, and Writing Mechanics in Blended vs. Face-to-Face Course Sections. 2017 - Poster Presentation

Additional Information

Dr. Kristin Atchison teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in psychology, development, research methods and statistics. Dr. Atchison began teaching in 2008 and has served as faculty at California State University - East Bay, Georgia State University, Nevada State College, and the University of North Georgia. Dr. Atchison is experienced with various modalities of teaching including traditional face-to-face, hybrid and all online courses. Additionally, Dr. Atchison has engaged in studies of the role of technology and online teaching on learning outcomes. Her research interests include pedagogical studies, but also studies of infant cognitive development. Dr. Atchison received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Texas A&M University and her PhD in psychological sciences from UT Dallas.