Gutierrez de Blume’s research published in The Journal of Experimental Education
Antonio P. Gutierrez de Blume
Antonio P. Gutierrez de Blume, Ph.D., assistant professor of research in the Department of Curriculum, Foundations, and Reading, has two recent research publications.
The first publication was co-authored with current Georgia Southern graduate student Addison Price. Price is a candidate in the Master of Science in Psychology degree program. The article, entitled Calibration between undergraduate students’ prediction of and actual performance: The role of gender and performance attributions, investigates changes in male and female students’ prediction and post-diction calibration accuracy and bias scores, and the predictive effects of explanatory styles on these variables beyond gender.
The second article, entitled Processes involving perceived instructional support, task values, and engagement in graduate education, is to be published in The Journal of Experimental Education in 2017. The article investigates the relations among perceived instructional support, subjective task value beliefs, and engagement over the course of a semester for graduate students enrolled in an introductory research methods course in a college of education. Structural equation modeling (SEM) results suggested that each source of perceived support exerted unique influence on students’ beliefs about utility value, intrinsic value, and attainment value of their research methods coursework.
For more information:
Gutierrez, A. P., & Price, A. F. (in press). Calibration between undergraduate students’ prediction of and actual performance: The role of gender and performance attributions. The Journal of Experimental Education. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/00220973.2016.1180278
Marchand, G. C., & Gutierrez, A. P. (2017). Processes involving perceived instructional support, task values, and engagement in graduate education. The Journal of Experimental Education, 85, 87-106. doi:10.1080/00220973.2015.1107522
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