Bradley J. Morris is a Developmental Cognitive Scientist whose research program includes basic research in cognitive development and its application in designing effective PreK-12 STEM instruction. His research focuses on the development of Scientific and Mathematical reasoning and Motivation. The goal of his research program is to identify the mechanisms underlying children’s reasoning (e.g., strategy acquisition) and motivation (e.g., praise type) using a variety of experimental methods (e.g., eye tracking) and computational modeling.
Ph.D. Child Development, The Ohio State University, M.S. Child Studies, Miami University, B.A. Psychology, Anthropology, Miami University
Quantitative, experimental, reaction time, eye tracking, computational modeling