uwgb.edu   -   search   -   departments
To me, teaching psychology to undergraduate students is not just about teaching them the content in a textbook, but also about teaching students how to learn, how to problem solve, and thus how to succeed in life.

Presentations

Cornell-Swanson, L. J., Heinert, H., & Lanter, J. A. (2014, November). The University of Wisconsin System model: Advancing educational development through SoTL. Presentation accepted to the 2014 Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Conference. Dallas, TX.

Chan, C., Lanter, J. A., Havholm, K. (2014, April). The development and future directions of the Wisconsin System Council on Undergraduate Research. Presentation at the UW System Office of Professional and Instructional Development Spring Conference, Green Lake, WI.
Hucke, K., Phillips, N., Ashmann, S., & Lanter, J. A. (2014, April).The integration of iPads into a nature-based 4K classroom. Poster presented at the 13th Annual Academic Excellence Symposium, Green Bay, WI.
Phillips, N., Hucke, K., & Lanter, J. A. (2014, April). Child play: A study of parent and child plural production. Poster presented at the 13th Annual Academic Excellence Symposium, Green Bay, WI.
Havholm, K., Andrews, J., Chan, C., & Lanter, J. A. (2014, March) Building and sustaining connections: Establishment of the Wisconsin System Council on Undergraduate Research (WiSCUR). Panel presentation at the CUR Systems Summit, Washington, D. D.
DeMars, M., Novak, A., Vaughn, A., & Lanter, J. A. (2013, April). First impressions: Do glasses matter? Poster presented at the 12th Annual Academic Excellence Symposium, Green Bay, WI.
Gurlt, C., Zapf, J. A., & Cantrell, L. (2012, June). The impact of multiple instances on children’s singular and plural productions. Poster to be presented at the 2012 International Conference on Infant Studies, Minneapolis, MN.
Van Pay, C. K., & Zapf, J. (2012, May). Putting together the pieces: Meaning matters in children’s plural comprehension. Poster to be presented at the 84th Annual Midwest Psychological Association conference, Chicago, IL.
Van Pay, C. K., Ettlinger, M., & Zapf, J. (2012, May). The influence of language on memory: Differences in recollection of regular English plural nouns with varying phonological properties. Poster to be presented at the 84th Annual Midwest Psychological Association conference, Chicago, IL.
Lakowske, A., Van Pay, C., & Zapf, J. A. (2012, April). Children’s comprehension of plurals: Comparing set size and similarity. Poster presented at the 11th Annual Academic Excellence Symposium, Green Bay, WI.
Zapf, J. A. (2011, April). Big moose, big moose, what do you see? What novel nouns can teach us about children’s acquisition of the plural. Presentation at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Montreal, Canada.
Noppe, I., & Zapf, J. A. (2010, May). How much feedback is good feedback: Developing writing. Presentation at the 10th Annual Enhancing the Teaching of Psychology Conference, Green Bay, WI.
Von Holzen, K., & Zapf, J. A. (2010, May). Default or rule: Evidence for the single route from the German Language. Poster presented at the 22nd Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.
Zapf, J. A., & Smith, L. B. (2010, March). The plural: What it means and when it matters. Presentation at the 17th Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies, Baltimore, MD.
Barner, D., Lui, T. B., & Zapf, J. A. (2010, March). Do number words mark plurality in early acquisition? Presentation at the 17th Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies, Baltimore, MD.
Noppe, I., & Zapf, J. A. (2009, October). “Metafeedback”: The use of SOTL as feedback on the use of feedback on college student papers. Roundtable presentation at the Sixth Conference of the International Society of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Bloomington, IN.
Zapf, J. A., & Garcia, A. J. (2009, October). To click or not to click: The impact of students’ comfort level with technology on clicker use and efficacy. Presentation at the Sixth Conference of the International Society of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Bloomington, IN.
Zapf, J.A., Wilson-Doenges, G., & Martin, R. (2009, May). Power in numbers: The positive impact of faculty collaboration on an experimental psychology laboratory course. Presentation at the 9th Annual Enhancing the Teaching of Psychology Conference. Stevens Point, WI.
Busch, S., Kaczmarek, A., & Zapf, J.A. (2009, April). A collection of individuals: Meaning impacts children’s plural productions. Oral presentation at the 23rd National Conference on Undergraduate Research. La Crosse, WI.
Kaczmarek, A., Busch, S., & Zapf, J. (2009, April). Putting together the pieces: A puzzle task examining children’s comprehension of the plural. Oral presentation at the 23rd National Conference on Undergraduate Research. La Crosse, WI.
Ettlinger, M., & Zapf, J.A. (2009, April) Production-comprehension asymmetries in the acquisition of the plural. Paper presentation at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Denver, CO.
Zapf, J. A., & Smith, L. B. (2009, April) The role of space and time in children’s use of the English plural. Paper presentation at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Denver, CO.
Zapf, J.A. & Garcia, A. (2009, January) The influence of student technology proficiency and prior clicker use on student engagement and perceptions of learning: An empirical investigation using student response systems in the classroom. Oral presentation at the 13th Annual Faculty Development Conference: Teaching creative and Critical Thinking. Green Bay, WI.
Ettlinger, M. & Zapf, J.A. (2008, July) Phonological constraints on children’s use of the plural. Paper presented at the 30th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Washington, D.C.
Zapf, J. A. (2008, May) To click or not to click: Classroom response systems – A guide. Presentation at the 8th Annual Enhancing the Teaching of Psychology Conference. Oshkosh, WI.
Gabel, R. E. & Zapf, J. A. (2008, May). The role (or lack thereof) of parent input in children’s acquisition of the plural. Poster session presented at the 20th annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.
Lavallo, A. A., Dudderar, L. C., & Zapf, J. A. (2008, May) Incremental knowledge of the meaning of the plural. Poster session presented at the 20th annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.
Zapf, J. A. & Smith, L. B. (2007, November). Knowing more than one can say: The early regular plural. Presentation at the 32nd Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA.
Zapf, J. A. & Smith, L. B. (2007, August). Meaning matters in children’s plural productions. Presentation at the Twenty-Ninth Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Nashville, TN.
Zapf, J.A. (2006, May). The role of number, similarity, and individuation in children's acquisition of the plural. Poster session presented at the International Conference on Development and Learning, Bloomington, IN.
Zapf, J.A. and Smith, L. B. (2004, May). What do infants know about grammatical morphemes? Generalizing the plural from known instances. Presentation at the International Conference on Infant Studies, Chicago, IL.
Zapf, J.A. and Smith, L.B. (2003, April). Acquisition of the plural. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Tampa, FL.
Zapf, J.A. (2003, November). Frequency in the input and children’s mastery of the regular English plural. Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA.
Zapf, J.A. and Smith, L.B. (2002, October). The protracted course of the acquisition of the plural. Presentation at the Twenty-Seventh Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA.

Website by: Flywell Creative