Home Page: http://faculty.kutztown.edu/rryan/
Dr. Ryan is a cognitive psychologist who conducts research in applying principles of learning uncovered by cognitive scientists to teaching methods. He is also interested in working to improve the reproducibility of psychological science. Dr. Ryan has contributed to research published in the journals Science, Cognitive Technology, Computers in Human Behavior, Teaching of Psychology, and Applied Cognitive Psychology. Four of his volunteer undergraduate research assistants are co-authors on his publications. He co-authored a book entitled "Launching a Successful Research Program at a Teaching University."
Dr. Ryan has 29 years experience teaching courses in cognition, research methods, statistics, and general psychology, among others.
Academic degrees: B.S. in Music Education, Duquesne University (1970); M.S. in Cognitive Psychology, University of Pittsburgh (1993), and Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology, University of Pittsburgh (1997).