School of Psychological Sciences
College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
Her research focuses on the understanding and development of math anxiety in a variety of learning environments. She is author of "Children’s Anxiety in Math Scale" (Jameson, 2013), the first developmentally appropriate assessment for math anxiety in children as young as kindergarten.
The potential influences on math anxiety (teaching style, testing, student self-confidence, stereotypes) and the outcomes of math anxiety (decreased math performance, low liking of math, decreased likelihood of math electives or majoring in STEM fields).