Journal of Instructional Psychology

Published quarterly by Project Innovation, the Journal of Instructional Psychology was founded in 1974. This professional journal covers instructional and educational management, bilingual and multicultural aspects and technology and education. Articles in the Journal of Instructional Psychology include the topics of education, psychology and psychiatry.

Articles from Vol. 27, No. 2, June

An Experimental Assessment of a Newly Revised Democratic Maturity Test for High School Usage
This is an experimental assessment of the present status of The Democratic Maturity Test (DEMO) for use with high school students. It is clear that the mean for part score entitled "Self-esteem" is too high, and must be revised immediately. All of...
A Synthesis of Research on the Causes, Effects, and Reduction Strategies of Teacher Stress
Occupational stress has been a topic of significant research for the last two decades, reflecting the detrimental effects of employees. In particular, teacher stress is borne out of the demands on the individual teacher. Strong evidence suggests that...
California Psychology Licensing Exam Rates of Graduates of Accredited and Unaccredited Programs
Graduates of regionally accredited programs had a significantly higher pass rate (64.6%) on the written exam (Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology) than that of graduates of unaccredited programs (39.0%). The respective pass rates ,47.5%...
Children's Attitudes toward Reading and Their Literacy Development
Children's attitudes toward reading are getting little attention in developing children's literacy ability. This article analyzes the factors that influence children's positive attitudes toward reading: children's personal experiences in reading, children's...
Describing the Real World
An educator comments on the way his students view "the real world." I asked my students to describe the "real world." Their real world is different than the real world of the successful. It is a world that has felt the dagger of divorce, and...
Faculty Ironies on Grade Inflation
This article presents our analysis of faculty open-ended written comments (n=156) on the topic of grade inflation. Our review of faculty comments reveals stark disagreement among the faculty on grade inflation. Further qualitative analyses reveal that...
How Do Presentation Modality and Strategy Use Influence Memory for Paired Concepts?
This experiment attempted to determine how modality (i.e., visual, auditory, textual, visual-textual, visual-auditory, and auditory-textual) influenced learners recall ability on a paired-associate learning task. The experimental procedure required...
Personal and Environmental Factors That Influence Early Childhood Teachers' Practices
This study focused on the relationship between teachers' beliefs and practices. Specifically, it examined whether teacher-directed (behaviorist) and student-directed (constructivist) beliefs supported or inhibited teachers' use of developmentally appropriate...
Philosophy Perspectives in Teaching Social Studies
Teachers need to have much knowledge and skill when implementing diverse philosophies of teaching and learning. Philosophy provides guidance and direction to the teacher when choosing objectives, learning opportunities, and evaluation procedures for...
Student Failure Must Always Be Associated with Teacher Failure
Teachers in our public schools are professional licensed individuals typically certified by state agencies to be qualified to teach students in a professional manner. When students fail in relation to school learning programs, at the same time, and...
The International Student Population: Past and Present Demographic Trends
The number of international students studying within the American system of higher education continues to increase. Many student affairs professionals and faculty members are in leadership positions of determining the direction of resource acquisition,...
The One-to-One Survey: Students with Disabilities versus Students without Disabilities Satisfaction with Professors during One-on-One Contacts
The characteristics of positive and negative one-to-one student-faculty interactions were examined in a sample of college students with disabilities and without. Analyses indicated that those with disabilities responded similarly to those without with...
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