Dr. Jeremy Krause
Research, Professional and Creative Activity:
- Published in peer-reviewed academic journals including Psychonomic Bulletin & Review and Ethics & Behavior.
- Published a chapter in the book Why is math so hard for some children? The nature and origins of mathematical difficulties and disabilities.
- Presented research findings at national and regional research conferences including Phychonomic Society's annual conference and Western Psychological Association's annual conference.
Professor Krause received his Ph.D. in Psychology with emphases in Cognition and Quantitative Statistics from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he also earned an M.A. in Psychology. He earned a B.A. in Psychology from Cleveland State University and a B.S. in Family Resource Management from Ohio State Universtiy. He has conducted extensive research in Cognitive Psychology focusing on how math anxiety affects math ability and how math ability affects decision making ability.
Teaching and Related Service:
- General Psychology
- Research Methods
Previously Taught at:
- University of Nevada, Las Vegas
- Nevada State College