The Possibility and Peril of using multimodal physiological approaches to measure Academic Emotion, Race and Gender Bias, and Motivation.
The Scholarly Consortium for Innovative Psychology in Education
National Science Foundation (NSF) Division Of Undergraduate Education 1661100
National Science Foundation (NSF) Division Of Undergraduate Education
In 2017, our research team presented a workshop at SCIPIE that introduced physiological research tools and techniques, affording researchers additional methods to study existing models of emotion. After two years of utilizing these tools, we aim to update some of the practical and theoretical issues we have encountered and overcome (Villanueva et al., In Press, Husman et al., 2019).
Villanueva, I. et al. “The Possibility and Peril of Using Multimodal Physiological Approaches to Measure Academic Emotions, Race and Gender Bias, and Motivation.” Scholarly Consortium for Innovative Psychology in Education (2019): n. pag. Retrieved from https://par.nsf.gov/servlets/purl/10161254