Educational Psychology and Research Methods
Department of Educational Studies
Professor Maeda’s research promotes understanding, establishing and disseminating best practices in the use of data in educational research. She is expertise in meta-analysis and multilevel modeling. Her recent research contributions include understanding data use at school settings for decision making and identifying and presenting remedies for methodological issues for data analysis.
- Discovery Award (Associate professor level), Department of Educational Studies, Purdue University, 2016
- Learning Award (Associate professor level), Department of Educational Studies, Purdue University, 2016
- Dean’s Award for Outstanding Faculty Scholarship, College of Education, Purdue University, 2014
||University of Minnesota, Quantitative Methods in Education, 2007
||University of Minnesota, Psychology, Okayama University, Japan, Education, 1995
- Maeda*, Y. & Harwell, M. (2016). Guidelines for using the Q test in meta-analysis. Mid-Western Educational Researcher, 28(1) 55-72.
- Harwell*, M, Maeda, Y., Bishop, K. & Xie, A. (2016). The Surprisingly modest relationship between SES and educational achievement, The Journal of Experimental Education, 1-18 doi: 10.1080/00220973.2015.1123668[online first]
- Alexander*, V. G. & Maeda, Y. (2015). Gender Bias in the Performance of Trinidad and Tobago Students on PISA 2009. The Caribbean Educational Research Journal, 3(2), 109-121.
- Alexander*, V. G. & Maeda, Y. (2015). Understanding student achievement in mathematics and science: The case of Trinidad and Tobago. UNESCO Prospects, Quarterly Review of Comparative Education. Published online first, 45(4), 577-591.
- Maeda*, Y. & Yoon, S. Y., (2015). Are Gender Differences in Spatial Ability Real or an Artifact? Evaluation of Measurement Invariance on the Revised PSVT:R. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment. Published online first. doi: 10.1177/0734282915609843. Impact Factor: 1.054
- Yan*, X., Maeda, Y., & Lv, J. (2015). Elicited Imitation as a Measure of Second Language Proficiency: A Narrative Review and Meta-analysis. Language Testing. Published online first. doi:10.1177/0265532215594643
||Associate Professor, Program in Educational Psychology and Research Methods, Department of Educational Studies, College of Education, Purdue University
||Assistant Professor, Program in Educational Psychology and Research Methods, Department of Educational Studies, College of Education, Purdue University
||Research Associate, Survey/Psychometric Specialist, Teacher Education Study in Mathematics (IEA/TEDS-M) International Study Center, Michigan State University
||Statistical Consultant, Office of Research Consultation, College of Education and Human Development, University of Minnesota
||Introduction to Quantitative Data Analysis Methods in Education I
||Introduction to Quantitative Data Analysis Methods in Education II
||Research Procedures in Education
||Seminar in Research Procedures in Education