June 2018VITAJAMES WILLIAM PELLEGRINOPresent PositionOffice AddressLiberal Arts and Sciences DistinguishedProfessor of Cognitive Psychology andDistinguished Professor of EducationCo-Director, Learning Sciences ResearchInstitute (LSRI)University of Illinois at ChicagoLearning Sciences Research InstituteM/C 0571240 West Harrison StreetChicago, IL 60607Contact Information312-413-2320 (office voice)312-996-2448 (center voice)312-413-7411 (center fax)[email protected] University1965-1969 Bachelor of ArtsMajor: PsychologyUniversity of Colorado1969-1970 Master of ArtsExperimental, QuantitativePsychologyUniversity of Colorado1971-1973 Doctor of PhilosophyExperimental, QuantitativePsychologyAwards & RecognitionColgate University ScholarshipNew York State Regents ScholarshipWestchester County Golf Association Caddie ScholarshipAusten Colgate AwardPhil R. Miller Award in PsychologyPhi Beta KappaPsi ChiNIMH Fellow, University of ColoradoOutstanding Young Men in AmericaNational Academy of Sciences – lifetime National AssociateNational Academy of Education – elected lifetime member (NAEd Vice President 2013-2020)American Academy of Arts and Sciences – elected lifetime memberFellow of American Educational Research Association1999 Educational Testing Service William H. Angoff Memorial Lecture2013 AERA Robert L. Linn Distinguished Contributions Award (AERA Division D)Distinguished University Scholar (2014 – 2017) – University of Illinois2015 Educational Research Award from Council of Scientific Society Presidents

James W. PellegrinoPage 22016 Educational Testing Service Samuel Messick Memorial Lecture Award2016 Jason Millman Award from Consortium for Research on Educational Assessment and TeachingEffectiveness (CREATE)Professional Associations and ServicePsychonomic Society, Sigma Xi, Midwestern Psychological Association, Rocky Mountain PsychologicalAssociation, Society for Research in Child Development, American Educational Research Association,American Association for the Advancement of Science, New York Academy of Science, CognitiveScience Society, Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology, Computers in Psychology, Society forMathematical Psychology, European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI),International Society for the Learning Sciences.National Academy of Sciences and National Research Council: 1997-99: Committee on the Evaluation of the National and State Assessments of EducationalProgress (Committee Chair) 1998-99: Committee on Learning Research and Educational Practice (Committee Co-chair) 1999-01: Committee on Cognitive Science Foundations of Assessment (Committee Co-chair) 2001-03: Committee on Improving Learning with Information Technology (Committee member) 2001-03: Committee on Strategic Education Research Program – Panel on Learning andInstruction Research (Panel Chair) 2003-05: Committee on Test Design for K-12 Science Achievement (Committee member) 2009-10: Committee on Science Learning: Games, Simulations and Education (Committeemember) 2010-11: Committee on Framework for New Science Education Standards (Committee member) 2011-12: Committee on Deeper Learning & 21st Century Skills (Committee Chair) 2012-13: Committee on Developing Assessments of Science Proficiency in K-12 (Committee CoChair) 2001-08: Board on Testing and Assessment (Board Member)American Educational Research Association AERA Presidential Nominating Committee; AERA Annual Meeting Program Committee - Section C-6 Program Chair; AERA Publications Committee; AERA Council (elected Member-at-Large); AERA OIA Executive Committee (Chair); AERA GPL Committee; AERA Panel on Improving Educational Research; AERA Research Quality Committee (Chair 2004-05); AERA IES Advisory Committee (2005); AERA Task Force on Reporting of Research Methods in AERA Publications (2005-06)AACTE Research and Information Committee; AACTE Government Relations Committee; NCATETechnology Task Force;NSF, NIMH, OERI Proposal Reviewer; Canada Research Council Proposal Reviewer, AustralianResearch Council Proposal Reviewer.Spencer Foundation: Lyle Spencer Award Review Committee (2014-2016)Institute for Educational Sciences: Cognitive Processes Grant Review Panel (2006-2008)Educational Testing Service: Visiting Research Panel (2006-14; Chair 2008-14; 2017-19) Gordon Commission on the Future of Assessment in Education (2011-13, Co-Chair) Board of Trustees (2017-2019)U.S. Department of Education: National Educational Technology Plan (Technical Working GroupMember, 2009-10)

James W. PellegrinoPage 3Technical Advisory Committees: Race to the Top Assessment Consortia: SBAC, PARCC, DLM, NCSC State Departments of Education: Kansas, Wyoming, New Hampshire, Illinois, New York, Texas;New England Consortium (NECAP); Kentucky; Rhode Island ETS CBAL Assessment Project National Center on Education and the Economy: Excellence for All Initiative (co-Chair) U.S. Department of Education Technical Review Panel for the Race to the Top AssessmentProgramProfessional Experience1973-78Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology and ResearchAssociate in the Learning Research and Development Center, University ofPittsburgh1978-79Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and Research Associate inthe Learning Research and Development Center, University of Pittsburgh1979-83Associate Professor of Education and Psychology, University of California at SantaBarbara1983-89Professor of Education and Psychology, University of California at Santa Barbara1987Acting Dean, Graduate School of Education, University of California at SantaBarbara (July - August)1987-89Chairman, Department of Education, University of California at Santa Barbara1989-01Frank W. Mayborn Professor of Cognitive Studies, Peabody College of Educationand Human Development, Vanderbilt University1989-91Co-Director, Learning Technology Center, Vanderbilt University1992-98Dean, Peabody College of Education and Human Development, VanderbiltUniversity1999Visiting Professor and Visiting Scholar, Stanford University School of Education(April - December)2001-Liberal Arts & Sciences Distinguished Professor of Cognitive Psychology andDistinguished Professor of Education, University of Illinois at Chicago; Co-Director,Learning Sciences Research Institute, UICTeaching InterestsHuman cognition and knowledge acquisition, mathematics and science learning and assessment,cognitive development, individual differences in cognition, applications of cognitive theory and researchand technology to the design of instruction, assessment, and learning environments.Research InterestsHuman learning and memory, individual and developmental differences in human cognition,computational models of cognitive processes and knowledge structures, applications of cognitiveresearch and technology to the design of learning environments, assessment designs for educationalsettings.Editorial PositionsEditor:Peabody Journal of Education, 1995-2000

James W. PellegrinoPage 4Associate Editor:Review of Educational Research, 1980-1984Journal of Engineering Education, 2007-2018Consulting Editor:Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2009Journal of Engineering Education, 2006-2007Review of Research in Education, 2005-2008Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 2003-2009Cognition & Instruction, 2002Journal of Technology, Learning and Assessment, 2002Learning and Individual Differences, 1987-2002; 2012Educational Researcher, 1999-2001Behavior Research Methods, Instruments andComputers, 1975-1992Child Development, 1982-1984Intelligence, 1984-1992Journal of Educational Psychology, 19841985, 1990-1992; 2008-2009Journal of Experimental Psychology: General,1975-1981Editorial Associate:The Behavioral and Brain SciencesGuest Consulting Editor:Journal of Experimental Psychology: HumanLearning and MemoryJournal of Experimental Child PsychologyMemory & CognitionPsychological ReviewCognitive PsychologyJournal of Memory and LanguageJournal of Educational PsychologyEducational ResearcherEducational PsychologistAmerican Educational Research JournalChild DevelopmentAmerican PsychologistCognition and InstructionScienceGrant Support1973-1979Research supported by contracts between NIE and Learning Research andDevelopment Center, University of Pittsburgh1976-1978With Robert Glaser and Alan Lesgold, NATO Award for Conference on CognitivePsychology and Instruction, Amsterdam, 1977.1979-1981"Spatial Visualization Abilities in Technical Skills," Advanced Research ProjectsAgency, Principal Investigator.1981-1984"Components of Spatial Aptitude and Expertise," Office of Naval Research,Principal Investigator.1982-1984"Children's Acquisition of Spatial Knowledge of a Large-Scale Environment,"National Science Foundation, Co-Principal Investigator with T. R. Smith and R.Golledge.1983-1986"Individual Differences in Skill Acquisition: Information Processing Efficiency andthe Development of Automaticity," Department of the Air Force, PrincipalInvestigator.1985-1986"Computer Based Assessment of Spatial Abilities," Naval Personnel Research andDevelopment Center, Co-Principal Investigator with E. B. Hunt.

James W. PellegrinoPage 51985-1987"The Acquisition and Integration of Components of Spatial Knowledge by Childrenand Adults," National Science Foundation, Co-Principal Investigator with R.Golledge.1986-1990"Computer Based Assessment of Complex Cognitive Abilities," Office of NavalResearch, Co-Principal Investigator with E. B. Hunt.1987-1990"Analysis of Navigation Without Sight," National Institute of Health, Co-PrincipalInvestigator with J. Loomis, R. Golledge, and R. Klatzky.1987-1989"Hand Configuration and Object Processing: An Integrated System," Air ForceOffice of Scientific Research, Co-Principal Investigator with R. Klatzky.1988-1990"Integrating Spatial Knowledge: The Transition from Landmark to Route toConfigurational Knowledge," National Science Foundation, Co-PrincipalInvestigator with R. Golledge.1991-1994"Designs for Generative Learning," James S. McDonnell Foundation, Co-PrincipalInvestigator with J. Bransford, S. Goldman, T. Hasselbring, & J. Voss.1991-1992"Components of Information Coordination," Office of Naval Research, PrincipalInvestigator.1991-1993"Assessing Competence in Electronic Troubleshooting," Office of Naval Research,Co-Principal Investigator with G. Biswas & S. Goldman.1992-1997"SMART Assessments: Scientific and Mathematical Arenas for Refining Thinking,"National Science Foundation, Co-Principal Investigator with N. Vye.1993-1996"Schools For Thought Classrooms," James S. McDonnell Foundation, Co-PrincipalInvestigator with J. Bransford & S. Goldman.1996-1998"Ernest Boyer Educational Technology Summits," Corporation for PublicBroadcasting, Principal Investigator.1997-2001"The Challenge Zone; High Standards in Mathematics and Science," NationalScience Foundation, Co-Principal Investigator with J. Bransford, N. Vye, & B.Sherwood.1997-2003"The K-12 Learning Consortium," Atlantic Philanthropies, Co-Principal Investigatorwith J. Bransford, S. Goldman, & T. Hasselbring.1997-2000"National Partnership for Excellence and Accountability in Teaching," U.S.Department of Education, Principal Investigator.1999-2003“Information Technology and Teacher Education: Leveraging the Power ofLearning Theory and Technology," U.S. Department of Education, Co-PrincipalInvestigator with J. Bransford.2000-2003“Teacher Education and Technology: What Works and Why," AtlanticPhilanthropies, Principal Investigator.2002-2008“Teaching Teachers To Use Technology: What Works and Why,” AtlanticPhilanthropies, Co-Principal Investigator with S. Goldman2003-2004“Assessment Development Project in Mathematics and Science,” Chicago PublicSchools, Principal Investigator.2004-2008“Designing Learning Environments for Teaching Scientific Argumentation andMathematical Reasoning with Geographic Data,” National Science Foundation, CoPrincipal Investigator with J. Radinsky & S. Goldman2004-2006“Project TRUST: Technology Resources for Urban School Transformation,” U.S.Department of Education, Co-Principal Investigator with Kim Lawless, SusanGoldman & Louanne Smolin.

James W. PellegrinoPage 62004-2008“Pedagogical Agents: Question Answering Technology forInquiry-Based Study of Bioinformatics,” National Science Foundation, Co-PrincipalInvestigator with Dan Roth of University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.2004-2009"NCLT: National Center for Learning and Teaching in Nanoscience andEngineering," National Science Foundation, Investigator on UIC subcontract withTom Moher as UIC PI and Bob Chang from Northwestern University as OverallProject PI.2004-2007“Development of a Benchmark Assessment System to Support the ChicagoMathematics and Science Initiative,” Chicago Public Schools, PrincipalInvestigator.2005-2006“Assessment of Teacher Quality and Performance,” NCREL/Learning PointAssociates, Principal Investigator.2005-2007“Professional Development Support for Implementing Curriculum-BasedAssessment within the CPS Math-Science Initiative,” Chicago Community Trust,Principal Investigator.2005-2010“Assessment of Readers Struggling to Comprehend Multiple Sources ofInformation," Institute for Educational Sciences, USDOE, Co-Principal Investigatorwith Kim Lawless, Susan Goldman, Kim Gomez, & Ev Smith.2005-2008“Making the Invisible Visible: Students’ and Teachers’ Knowledge of Statesand State Changes,” National Science Foundation, Co-Principal Investigatorwith N. Stein, PI U. Chicago, & J. Wiley, UIC.2006-2009“From Research to Practice: Redesigning AP Science Courses to AdvanceScience Literacy and Support Learning with Understanding,” NationalScienceFoundation, Principal Investigator. (Project is funded through theCollege Board; M.Reckase, Michigan State, & Jeanne Pemberton, Univ. ofArizona, Co-PrincipalInvestigators).2008-2014“Evaluating the Cognitive, Psychometric, and Instructional Affordances ofCurriculum-Embedded Assessments: A Comprehensive Validity-Based Approach,”National Science Foundation, Principal Investigator, Co-PIs Susan Goldman, LouisDiBello & Kimberly Gomez.2007-2009“Comprehensive Program for Struggling Algebra Students,” Chicago CommunityTrust, Co-Principal Investigator with Marty Gartzman, Susan Goldman and DannyMartin.2008-2012“Research on Student Understanding of Solution Phenomena in CollegeChemistry,” National Science Foundation, Co-Principal Investigator with Don Winkand Susan Goldman.2009–2015“The Cognitive, Psychometric, and Instructional Validity of Curriculum-EmbeddedAssessments: In-depth Analyses of the Resources Available to Teachers WithinEveryday Mathematics," Institute of Education Sciences, USDOE, PrincipalInvestigator, Co-PIs Lou DiBello, Susan Goldman, Alison, Castro and WilliamStout.2009–2014“An Architecture of Intensification: Building a Comprehensive Program forStruggling Students in Double-Period Algebra Classes,” National ScienceFoundation, Co-Principal Investigator with Marty Gartzman, Susan Goldman, andAlison Castro.2009–2014“Integrating Cognition and Measurement with Conceptual Knowledge: Establishingthe Validity and Diagnostic Capacity of Concept Inventories,” National ScienceFoundation, Co-Principal Investigator with Lou DiBello.

James W. PellegrinoPage 72009–2012“The Advanced Placement Course Redesign Effort: A Time-Critical Analysis ofAssessment Development Processes and Outcomes,” National ScienceFoundation, Principal Investigator.2009–2014“ciHUB a Virtual Community to Support Research, Development, andDissemination of Concept Inventories,” National Science Foundation, Co-PrincipalInvestigator with Lou DiBello.2010-2016“Reading for Understanding Across Grades 6 through 12: Evidence-basedArgumentation for Disciplinary Learning.” Institute of Education Sciences, USDOE,Co-PI with Susan Goldman, Kim Lawless, Cyndy Shanahan, Jenny Wiley, andTaffy Raphael.2010-2016“National Center for Cognition and Mathematics Instruction,” Institute ofEducation Sciences, USDOE, Principal Investigator with Susan Goldman.2010-2015“Establishing the Validity and Diagnostic Capacity of Facet-Based ScienceAssessments.” Institute of Education Sciences, USDOE, Co-PI with Lou DiBello,Susan Goldman, and William Stout.2010-2013“Climate Literacy Zoo Education Network.” National Science Foundation, CoPrincipal Investigator with Susan Goldman Tom Moher, Leilah Lyons, SteveForman, and Tom Theis.2013-2018“Collaborative Research: Designing Assessments in Physical Science AcrossThree Dimensions.” National Science Foundation, Principal Investigator with LouisDiBello.2013-2018“Improving Formative Assessment Practices: Using Learning Trajectories toDevelop Resources that Support Teacher Instructional Practice and StudentLearning in CMP2.” National Science Foundation, Co-Principal Investigator withAlison Castro Superfine, Mara Martinez & Susan Goldman.2014-2018“Assessing the Efficacy of Intensified Algebra—A Technology Enhanced Model ofDouble-dose Algebra I for Underprepared Ninth Graders.” National ScienceFoundation, Principal Investigator with co-PIs Susan Goldman and James Lynn2015-2018“Designing Next Generation Assessments to Support the Teaching and Learning ofLife Science.” Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, Principal Investigator with coPI Louis DiBello.2016-2019“Assessment Literacy for the Next Generation Science Standards: DevelopingTeachers' Knowledge and Practices.” National Science Foundation, Co-PrincipalInvestigator with Donald Wink and Susan Goldman.2016-2017“Analysis of the Assessment of Financial Literacy.” Subcontract with the Universityof Chicago, Principal Investigator.2017-2018“Comparative Study of the Coherence of Instructional Systems and theDevelopment of 21st Century Competencies in Selected High PerformingCountries: Phase 1 Activities.” National Center on Education and the Economy,Principal Investigator.2018-2023“How Teachers Learn: Orchestrating Disciplinary Discourse in Science, Literature,& Mathematics Classrooms.” James S. McDonnell Foundation, co-PrincipalInvestigator with Susan Goldman and Alison Castro Superfine.2018-2020“Learning Trajectories for Everyday Computing: Integrating Computational Thinkingin Elementary Mathematics.” National Science Foundation, Principal Investigatoron UIC subaward.2018-2023“Building Inclusive Excellence in STEM at UIC.” Howard Hughes Medical Institute,Co-Principal Investigator with Henrik Aratyn, Miquel Gonazelez-Meler, ReneeTaylor, and Mike Stieff.

James W. Pellegrino2018-2022Page 8“Collaborative Research: Building Elementary Teachers' Capacity in EnactingMulti-Dimensional Science Instruction and Assessment.” National ScienceFoundation, Principal Investigator with co-PIs Brian Gane and Sania Zaidi.Publications1967A simple telemetric method formonitoring cardiac function in smallanimals, with N. Longo.Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1967, 24,512-514.Journal Article1971Some deficiencies in interactionanalysis based on unequal Ns, with W.F. Battig.(Program on Verbal Learning ReportNo. 8). Boulder: University of Colorado,Institute for the Study of IntellectualBehavior, June 1971.1971A general measure of organization infree recall for variable unit size andinternal sequential consistency.Behavior Research Methods &Instrumentation, 1971, 3, 214-246.Journal Article1972Effects of intralist response formalsimilarity upon paired associate transferand retroactive inhibition.Journal of Experimental Psychology,1972, 92, 134-142.Journal Article1972A Fortran IV program for analyzinghigher order subjective organizationunits in free recall learning.Behavior Research Methods &Instrumentation, 1972, 4, 215-217.Journal Article1972Effects of semantic list structuredifferences in free recall, with W. F.Battig.Psychonomic Science, 1972, 29, 65-67.Journal Article1973Free and cued recall as a function ofdifferent levels of word processing, withM. S. Mondani, & W. F. Battig.Journal of Experimental Psychology,1973, 101, 324-329.Journal Article1973The Colorado concreteness andimagery norms, with C. J. Posnansky etal.(Program on Cognitive Factors inHuman Learning and Memory ReportNo. 10). Boulder: University ofColorado, Institute for the Study ofIntellectual Behavior, July 1973.TechnicalReport1974Input sequence and grouping in freerecall learning and organization, with C.Chapman & W. F. Battig.American Journal of Psychology, 1974,87, 565-577.Journal Article1974Free recall performance as a functionof overt rehearsal frequency, with G.O. Einstein, M. S. Mondani, & W. F.Battig.Journal of Experimental Psychology,1974, 103, 440-449.Journal Article1974Organizational attributes in listacquisition and retention.Journal of Experimental Psychology,1974, 103, 230-239.Journal Article1974Relationships among higher orderorganizational measures and free recall,with W. F. Battig.Journal of Experimental Psychology,1974, 102, 463-472.Journal Article1974The generation and recognitioncomponents of encoding specificity, withP. M. Salzberg.Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society,1974, 4, 9-11.Journal Article1975The effects of experimenter-imposedorganization on long-term forgetting,with T R. Barrett, W. Maier, & B. R.Ekstrand.Journal of Experimental Psychology:Human Learning and Memory, 1975, 1,480-490.Journal ArticleTechnicalReport

James W. PellegrinoPage 91975Comments on episodic memory: Whenrecognition fails, with L. L. Light, & G. A.Kimble.Journal of Experimental Psychology:General, 1975, 1, 30-36.Journal Article1975A reply to Frender and Doubilet on themeasurement of clustering.Psychological Bulletin, 1975, 2, 66-67.Journal Article1975Input order and semantic structure asdeterminants of free recall, with T.Barrett.American Journal of Psychology, 1975,88, 321-332.Journal Article1975Encoding specificity in cued recall andcontext recognition, with P. M. Salzberg.Journal of Experimental Psychology:Human Learning and Memory, 1975, 1,261-270.Journal Article1975Encoding specificity in associativeprocessing tasks, with P. M. Salzberg.Journal of Experimental Psychology:Human Learning and Memory, 1975, 1,538-548.Journal Article1975Short-term retention of pictures andwords: Evidence for dual codingsystems, with A. W. Siegel, & M.Dhawan.Journal of Experimental Psychology:Human Learning and Memory, 1975, 1,95-102.Journal Article1975The role of list information in free recalltransfer, with J. Petrich, & M. Dhawan.Journal of Experimental Psychology:Human Learning and Memory, 1975, 1,326-336.Journal Article1975Developmental changes in free recalland serial learning of categoricallystructured lists, with C. J. Posnansky.Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society,1975, 5, 361-364.Journal Article1976Process training derived from acomputer simulation theory, with T.Holzman, & R. Glaser.Memory & Cognition, 1976, 4, 349-356.Journal Article1976Differential distraction effects in shortterm and long-term retention of picturesand words, with A. W. Siegel, & M.Dhawan.Journal of Experimental Psychology:Human Learning and Memory, 1976, 2,541-547.Journal Article1976Short-term retention of pictures andwords as a function of type of distractionand length of delay interval, with A. W.Siegel, & M. Dhawan.Memory & Cognition, 1976, 4, 11-15.Journal Article1977Acoustic and semantic interferenceeffects in words and pictures, with M.Dhawan.Memory & Cognition, 1977, 5, 340-346.Journal Article1977Processing domain, encodingelaboration, and memory trace strength,with S. R. Goldman.Journal of Verbal Learning and VerbalBehavior, 1977, 16, 29-43.Journal Article1977Response generation norms for verbalanalogies, with A. L. Ingram.(Report No. 1977/2) Pittsburgh:University of Pittsburgh, LearningResearch and Development Center,1977.TechnicalReport1977On mice and men. (Review ofFundamentals of learning, by J. P.Houston).Contemporary Psychology, 1977, 22,180-182.Book Review1977List discrimination processes duringAmerican Journal of Psychology, 1977,Journal Article

James W. PellegrinoPage 10transfer in free recall, with J. Petrich.90, 419-429.1977Developmental changes in free recall:The interaction of task structure andage, with C. J. Posnansky, & G.Vesonder.Journal of Experimental ChildPsychology, 1977, 24, 86-96.Journal Article1977Picture-word differences in decisionlatency: An analysis of single and dualmemory models, with R. R. Rosinski, H.L. Chiesi, & A. W. Siegel.Memory & Cognition, 1977, 5, 383-396.Journal Article1977Developmental changes in the semanticprocessing of pictures and words, withR. R. Rosinski, & A. W. Siegel.Journal of Experimental ChildPsychology, 1977, 23, 282-291.Journal Article1978A biased test of the encoding shifthypothesis, with J. H. Bisanz, R. V. Kail,& A. W. Siegel.Developmental Psychology, 1978, 14,567-568.Journal Article1978A letter to be read in a future time, withR. Glaser, & A. M. Lesgold.Educational Psychologist, 1978, 13, 7985.Journal Article1978Uniting cognitive process theory anddifferential psychology: Back home fromthe wars, with R. Glaser.Intelligence, 1978, 2, 305-319.Journal Article1978Some directions for a cognitivepsychology of instruction, with R. Glaser,& A. M. Lesgold.1978Hunting for individual differences incognitive processes: Verbal ability andsemantic processing of pictures andwords, with T. W. Hogaboam.Memory & Cognition, 1978, 6, 189-193.1978Cognitive psychology and instruction,with A. M. Lesgold, S. D. Fokkema, & R.Glaser (Eds.).New York: Plenum, 1978.1978Bridge over troubled waters, with D. R.Lyon. (Review of Intelligence,information processing, and analogicalreasoning, by R. J. Sternberg.).Contemporary Psychology, 1978, 23,65-67.1978Handbook of semantic word norms withM. Toglia, W. F. Battig, D. Barrow, D. S.Cartwright, C. J. Posnansky, T. J.Moore, & G. A. Camilla.Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1978.1979Developmental changes in the speedand effects of acoustic and semanticencoding, with J. H. Bisanz, R. V. Kail,& A. W. Siegel.Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society,1979, 14, 209-212.Journal Article1979Information contained in the encodedrepresentation of the stimulus, with H. L.Chiesi.Psychological Reports, 1979, 44, 199211.Journal Article1979Cognitive process analysis of aptitude:The nature of inductive reasoning tasks,with R. Glaser.Bulletin de Psychologie, 1979, 603-615.Journal Article1979The locus of sex differences in spatialPerception and Psychophysics, 1979,Journal ArticleIn A. M. Lesgold, J. W. Pellegrino, S. D.Fokkema, & R. Glaser (Eds.), Cognitivepsychology and instruction, New York:Plenum, 1978.Book ChapterJournal ArticleBookBook ReviewBook

James W. PellegrinoPage 11ability, with R. V. Kail, & P. Carter.26, 182-186.1979Cognitive correlates and components inthe analysis of individual differences,with R. Glaser.Intelligence, 1979, 3, 187-214. (Alsoreprinted in R. Sternberg and D. K.Detterman (Eds.), Intelligence:Perspectives on theory andmeasurement. Norwood, NJ: Ablex,1979).Journal Article1979Processes, products and measures ofmemory organization, with A. L. Ingram.In C. R. Puff (Ed.), Memory organizationand structure. New York: AcademicPress.Book Chapter1979The components of a componentialanalysis, with D. R. Lyon.Intelligence, 1979, 3, 169-186.Journal Article1980Developmental changes in mentalrotation, with R. V. Kail, & P. Carter.Journal of Experimental ChildPsychology, 1980, 29, 102-116.Journal Article1980Components of geometric analogysolution, with T. M. Mulholland, & R.Glaser.Cognitive Psychology, 1980, 12, 252284.Journal Article1980Components of inductive reasoning,with R. Glaser.In R. E. Snow, P. A. Federico, & W.Montague (Eds.), Aptitude, learning andinstruction: Cognitive process anayses,Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.Book Chapter1980Three perspectives on intelligence.The Behavioral and Brain Sciences,1980, 3, 598-599.JournalCommentary1982Improving the skills of learning, with R.Glaser.In D. K. Detterman & R. J. Sternberg(Eds.), How much and how canintelligence be increased. Norwood,NJ: Ablex.Book Chapter1982Analyzing aptitudes for learning:Inductive reasoning, with R. Glaser.In R. Glaser (Ed.), Advances ininstuctional psychology, Vol. II.Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.Book Chapter1982Developmental and individualdifferences in verbal analogicalreasoning, with S. Goldman, P.Parseghian, and R. Sallis.Child Development, 1982, 53, 550-559.Journal Article1982The analysis of organization andstructure in free recall, with L. J. Hubert.In C. R. Puff (Ed.), Handbook ofresearch methods in human memoryand cognition. New York: AcademicPress.Book Chapter1982Process analyses of spatial aptitude,with R. V. Kail.In R. J. Sternberg (Ed.), Advances inthe psychology of human intelligence,Vol. 1. Hillsdale, NJ: LawrenceErlbaum.Book Chapter1982Cognitive dimensions of numerical ruleinduction, with T. Holzman & R. Glaser.Journal of Educational Psychology,1982, 74, 360-373.Journal Article1982Computational process modeling ofspatial cognition and behavior, with T.R. Smith & R. G. Golledge.Geographical Analysis, 1982, 14, 305325.Journal Article1983Developmental and individualdifferences in verbal and spatialIn R. F. Dillon & R. R. Schmeck (Eds.),Individual differences in cognition, NewBook Chapter

James W. PellegrinoPage 12reasoning, with S. R. Goldman.York: Academic Press.1983Developmental change and invariancein semantic processing, with D. Gitomer& J. Bisanz.Journal of Experimental ChildPsychology, 1983, 35, 56-80.Journal Article1983Cognitive variables in series completionwith T. Holzman & R. Glaser.Journal of Educational Psychology,1983, 75, 602-617.Journal Article1983The relationship between androgenlevels and human spatial abilities, withV. Shute, L. Hubert, & R. Reynolds.Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society,1983, 21, 465-468.Journal Article1984Deductions about induction: Analyses ofdevelopmental and individualdifferences, with S. R. Goldman.In R. J. Sternberg (Ed.), Advances inthe psychology of human intelligence,Vol. 2. Hillsdale, NJ: LawrenceErlbaum.Book Chapter1984Individual differences in complex spatialprocessing, with R. Mumaw.Journal of Educational Psychology,1984, 76, 920-939.Journal Article1984Context and novelty in a

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