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Grants

External

  1. National Science Foundation, Research in Undergraduate Institutions Program: "Dyadic and Individual Decision Making" 2001-2007 ($219,835)
  2. National Science Foundation, Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program: "Acquiring, Organizing, and Using Information" 1995 (Principal Investigator/Project Director; with Susan Singer, Lloyd Komatsu, Sharon Akimoto, Roy Elveton) ($43,500).
  3. National Institute of Child Health and Development, AREA Program, "Adolescents Making Real Life Decisions", 1991-93 ($45,584)
  4. The Spencer Foundation, "Adolescents Making Real Life Decisions: Choosing a College,"1991-1993 ($44,625)
  5. National Science Foundation, Instrument and Laboratory Improvement Program: "Equipping a Cognitive Studies Microcomputer Laboratory for Undergraduate Instruction" 1989-91 (with Lloyd Komatsu, Roger Kirchner, and Michael Flynn) ($63,284 with matching funds of $63,284 from Carleton College)
  6. Texas Instruments, "Development of a Statistical Consultant," (with 6 others), 1985-86 (2 TI Portable Professional Computers, with associated software)
  7. National Science Foundation, Special Projects Program: "CSNET services" (with Richard Nau, Richard Brown, Roger Kirchner, and Linda Ness), 1985-1988 ($6,253)
  8. The Spencer Foundation, "The Development of Reasoning Skills in Middle Childhood and Early Adolescence," 1985 ($20,200)

Intramural

    1. Carleton College, Howard Hughes Medical Institute , (administered through Carleton College) “Consistency in Academic Decision-Making,” 2012 ($3,200)
    2. Carleton College, Howard Hughes Medical Institute , (administered through Carleton College) “Consistency in Academic Decision-Making,” 2011 ($5,400)
    3. Carleton College, Faculty Development Award, “Consistency in Academic Decision-Making,” 2011 ($1,000).
    4. Carleton College, Curriculum Development, “Revision of an Introduction to Cognitive Science course”, 2010 ($3,000).
    5. Carleton College, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (administered through Carleton College) “Consistency in Academic Decision-Making,” 2010 ($5,400)
    6. Carleton College, Faculty Development Award, “Consistency in Academic Decision-Making,” 2010 ($3,000).
    7. Carleton College, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (administered through Carleton College) “Parents Making School Choice Decisions,” 2007 ($5,400)
    8. Carleton College, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (administered through Carleton College) “Parents Making School Choice Decisions,” 2006 ($8,200)
    9. Carleton College, Eugster Fellowship, “Parents Making Real-Life Decisions;” 2005-06 ($32,700)
    10. Carleton College, Program in Ethical Reflections, “Incorporating Moral and Ethical Issues into Developmental and Cognitive Psychology Courses”, 2004-05, ($ 1940)
    11. Carleton College, Roth Fund, Targeted Opportunity Grant, “Examination of a Skill-Based Approach to Undergraduate Distribution Requirements”, (with Martha Paas) 2005, ($15,500)
    12. Carleton College, Curricular Computing Grant, "Exploring Software for Cognitive Psychology Teaching," 2002, ($4000)
    13. Carleton College, Faculty Development Award "Cognitive Psychology In and Out of the Laboratory, 3rd edition, 2002 ($2500)
    14. Carleton College, Targeted Opportunity Award, "A Longitudinal Study of College Students Choosing a Major" 2002 ($29,000)
    15. Carleton College, Faculty Development Award, "Making Decisions in Everyday Life," 2000 ($24,500)
    16. Carleton College, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (administered through Carleton College) “Parents Making School Choice Decisions,” 2000 ($1,200).
    17. Carleton College, Faculty Development Award, "Making Decisions in Everyday Life," 1999 ($2,500)
    18. Carleton College, Curriculum Development, "Development of a Seminar on Decision-Making," (with Scott Bierman), 1999 ($2,500)
    19. Carleton College, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (administered through Carleton College) “Self-Education and Real-Life Decision Making: Gathering and Assessing Information To Make Prenatal Care Choices,” 1998 ($1,400).
    20. Carleton College, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (administered through Carleton College) “Self-Education and Real-Life Decision Making: Gathering and Assessing Information To Make Prenatal Care Choices,” 1997 ($1,900).
    21. Carleton College, Ford Foundation Cognitive Science Award, "Cognitive Psychology In and Out of the Laboratory," 1991 ($2,000)
    22. Carleton College, Faculty Development Award, "Cognitive Psychology In and Out of the Laboratory," 1989 ($2,000)
    23. Carleton College, Faculty Development Award, "Generating Alternatives as a Fundamental Process in Thinking and Reasoning," 1986 ($1,250)
    24. Carleton College, Sloan Foundation Award, "Instance Generation in Reasoning," 1985 ($7,667)
    25. Carleton College, Curriculum Development Award, "Development of a Seminar on Adolescence," (with Steven Kozberg), 1984 ($800) (with Steven Kozberg), 1984