[picture]Stephen T. Peverly Collection
Associate Professor of Psychology and Education and Program Director

Professor Peverly's research focuses on 2 areas: (a) the cognitive processes that underlie reading comprehension and studying, and (b) cross-cultural differences between U.S. and Chinese children in mathematical performance and the reasons for differences in performance. He teaches course on memory, reading comprehension and studying, law and ethics for school psychologists, and individual psychological testing.
Website: http://www.tc.columbia.edu/faculty/...
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[thumbnail] Research Methods Exam: Spring, 2011
by S. Peverly (01/31/2012)
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[thumbnail] Research Methods Exam: Spring, 2010
by S. Peverly (09/10/2010)
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[thumbnail] Research Methods Exam: Spring, 2010
by S. Peverly (09/10/2010)
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[thumbnail] Research Methods Exam: Fall, 2008
by S. Peverly (10/01/2008)
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[thumbnail] Moving past Cultural Homogeneity
by S. Peverly (2005)
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[thumbnail] Psychology Research Methods Examination, Fall 2005
by S. Peverly (2005)
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[thumbnail] Psychology Research Methods Examination, Spring 2006
by S. Peverly (2006)
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[thumbnail] Psychology Research Methods Examination, Spring 2004
by S. Peverly (2004)
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[thumbnail] Psychology Research Methods Examination, Fall 2002
by S. Peverly (2002)
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[thumbnail] Psychology Research Methods Examination, Fall 2003
by S. Peverly (2003)
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[thumbnail] Psychology Research Methods Examination, Spring 2002 (PM)
by S. Peverly (2002)
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