Jorgianne Irene Robinson

Jorgianne Irene Robinson

Lecturing Fellow* of Psychology & Neuroscience

Education & Training

  • Ph.D., Duke University 2007


My primary research focuses on the influence of rejection or exclusion experiences on self-regulation and self-esteem. Additionally, I am very interested in the complex interplay between self-evaluative and social comparative processes.
    Recently, I have also developed great respect for meta-analytic investigations of social psychological findings and social policy-relevant practices. Accordingly, another one of my academic interests has become research synthesis, broadly-applied. This semester I am conducting my dissertation research, examining the influence of sustained focus on rejection cues on self-evaluative and self-regulatory outcomes.

Valentine, JC, Cooper, H, Patall, EA, Tyson, D, and Robinson, JC. "A method for evaluating research syntheses: The quality, conclusions, and consensus of 12 syntheses of the effects of after-school programs." Research synthesis methods 1.1 (January 28, 2010): 20-38. Full Text

Patall, EA, Cooper, H, and Robinson, JC. "Parent Involvement in Homework: A Research Synthesis." Review of Educational Research 78.4 (September 18, 2008): 1039-1101. Full Text

Patall, EA, Cooper, H, and Robinson, JC. "The effects of choice on intrinsic motivation and related outcomes: a meta-analysis of research findings." Psychological bulletin 134.2 (March 2008): 270-300. Full Text

Patall, EA, Cooper, H, and Civey Robinson, J. "Does parent-involvement improve students’ academic (Submitted)." Developmental Psychology (2006). (Academic Article)

Cooper, H, Robinson, JC, and Patall, EA. "Does Homework Improve Academic Achievement? A Synthesis of Research, 1987-2003." Review of Educational Research 76.1 (January 1, 2006): 1-62. Full Text