Dr. Valerie Shalin

    Department of PsychologyWright State University

 

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  1. Wright State University
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I. Courses Taught at Wright State University

  • PSY 105 Introduction to Psychology
    • Fall 1997 - 301 students.
  • PSY 321 Cognitive Psychology
    • Winter 2007 - 46 students; Winter 2008 - 49 students.
  • PSY 400 Experimental Design
    • Winter 1998 - 9 students.
  • PSY 401 Introduction to SAS
    • Fall 1996 - 6 students; Spring 1997 - 20 students; Spring 1998 - 27 students; Fall 1998 - 14 students; Spring, 1999 - 18 students; Fall 1999 - 7 students; Spring 2000 - 11 students; Fall 2000 - 13 students, Spring 2001 - 13 students, Fall 2001 - 7 students, Spring 2002, Fall 2002 - 13 students, Fall 2003, Fall 2004 - 12 students, Spring 2005 - 18 students; Fall 2005 - 18 students, Spring 2006 - M students.
  • PSY 421 Special Topics in Cognition: Task Analysis
    • Spring 1997 - 10 students.
  • PSY 487/687 Psycholinguistics
    • Spring 2007 - 20 undergraduates; 3 Graduates, Spring 2008 17/5 students, Fall 2009 - 4/1 students, Fall 2010 - 12/9.
  • PSY 487/886 Ergonomics
    • Fall 2009 - 3/2 students.
  • PSY 487/886 Learning with Disabilities
    • Winter 2009 - 4 students, Winter 2010 - 5 students, Spring 2012 23 students.
  • PSY 488/686 Problem Solving and Reasoning
    • Fall 2003-24 students, Winter 2005 19 students, Winter 2006, Winter 2007 4/7, Winter 2008 6/3 Students, Winter 2009 15 students, Winter 2010 - 15/1 Students.
  • PSY 701 Research Design I
    • Fall 1996-8 students; Fall 1997 - 11 students; Fall 1998 - 7 students; Fall 1999 - 5 students; Fall 2000 - 10 students; Fall 2001 - 15 students; Fall 2002 - 14 students; Fall 2003 - 8 students, Fall 2004 - 8 students, Fall 2005 - 9 students, Fall 2006, Fall 2007 - 8 students, Fall 2008 11 students.
  • PSY 702 Research Design II
    • Winter 1997 - 9 students; Winter 1998 - 11 students; Winter 1999 - 7 students; Winter 2000 - 5 students; Winter 2001 - 10 students; Winter 2002 - 15 students, Spring 2005 - 9 students, Spring 2006 - Z students, Spring 2007 - 11 students, Spring 2008 - 6 students, Spring 2009 - 12 students, Spring 2010 - 8 students, Spring 2011 - 8 students, Spring 2012 - 6 students.

 

II. Courses Taught at the University of New York at Buffalo

  • IE 323 Introduction to Ergonomics
    • Spring 1993 - 35 students; Spring 1994 - 53 students; Spring 1995 - 30 students; Spring 1996 - 30 students.
  • IE 460 Special Topics: Knowledge Based Systems for Industrial Engineers
    • Spring 1994 - 11 students; Spring 1995 - 10 students; Spring 1996 - 10 students.
  • IE 499 Independent Study
    • 7 student-semesters total.
  • IE 502 Independent Problems
    • 5 student-semesters total.
  • IE 530 Introduction to Human Factors
    • Fall 1990 - 10 students; Fall 1991 - 14 students; Fall 1992 - 14 students; Fall 1993 - 22 students; Fall 1994 - 15 students; Fall 1995 - 11 students.
  • IE 532 Human Information Processing
    • Spring 1992 - 8 students.
  • IE 602 Independent Study
    • 3 student-semesters total.
  • IE 632 Special Topics in Human Factors: Cognitive Engineering
    • Fall 1991 - 5 students; Fall 1992 - 5 students; Fall 1993 - 4 students; Fall 1994 - 3 students.
  • IE 639 Intelligent Operator Assistant Systems
    • Spring 1991 - 3 students.

 

III. Courses Taught at the University of Pittsburgh

(Graduate instructor with full teaching and grading responsibility.)

  • PSY62 Undergraduate Laboratory in Cognitive Psychology
    • Winter, 1983 & 1985, approximately 15 students each semester.