Dept. of Psychology
4600 Sunset Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
(317) 940-9266

Research Home

You are at the research main page. Dr. Padgett has a long-standing interest in how young children learn and remember information from activities in which they participate. In recent years, his work has focused on what children learn and remember from visiting a science museum and from video game play. Of course, he also does research on statistical pedagogy and dabbles in some areas associated with organizational psychology issues like retaliation in the workplace

Below are topic areas from current and specific work. Use the menu or the links below.

Topic Area Links
Children's Museum of Indianapolis Overview and Documents
Video Game Studies Overview and Documents
Predictors of Academic Performance Shipley Online Task
Workplace Retaliation Overview and Documents
Pedagogical Methods Overview and Documents

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