Faculty and Staff
Robbie Ross, Ph.D.
|Department:||Educational Studies, Educational Psychology
College of Education
Ph.D. in Psychology (Specialization in Developmental Psychology), University of Oregon
M.S. in Psychology, University of Oregon
B.S. Psychology, Tulane University
Research/Areas of Expertise
Robbie Ross investigates factors that influence the link between cognitive control skills and learning among young children, including peer effects, teaching practices, and children’s self-perceptions of skill. Her research is also focused on discovering the ways in which understanding these factors might shape how educators can best support the development of cognitive control skills in the classroom.
Selected Publications and/or Presentations
Ross, R. A. & Baldwin, D. A. (2015). Event processing as an executive enterprise. In R. A. Scott & S. M. Kosslyn (Eds.), Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
Ross, R. A., Baldwin, D. A. (2017) Executive Function Skills Predict Event Processing and Recall in Preschoolers. Presented at the Cognitive Development Society Bi-Ennial Conference, Portland, OR.
Ross, R. A., Child, L., Baldwin D. A. (2016). ADHD Modulates Link Between Event Processing and Recall. Presented at the 38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Philadelphia, PA.
Sage, K. D., Ross, R. A., Baldwin, D. A. (2012). Assessing Infants’ Hierarchical Action Segmentation. Presented at the 14th Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies, Minneapolis, MN.