How Can Mental Models Illuminate Decision-Making and Learning Processes?

[We're pleased to welcome Robin Grenier of the University of Connecticut. Dr. Grenier recently published an article with Dr. Dana Dudzinska-Przesmitzki in the Human Resource Development Review entitled "A Conceptual Model for Eliciting Mental Models Using a Composite Methodology."] In the Adult Learning Program in the University of Connecticut's Neag School of Education, we are interested in studying how mental … Continue reading How Can Mental Models Illuminate Decision-Making and Learning Processes?

Quantitative and Qualitative: An Interactive Framework

The quantitative-qualitative debate has been revisited countless times, but a new article in Human Resource Development Review explains that the two approaches have more in common than you might think--and advocates the need for more methodological diversity in social science research. John H. Hitchcock of Ohio Univerty, Athens, and Isadore Newman of Florida International University published … Continue reading Quantitative and Qualitative: An Interactive Framework