Dr. Kristi Moore
Department of Psychology
M.S. Program Director, Applied Psychology
- Ph.D., (2009) Educational and Developmental Psychology, University of Florida
- M.S., (2005) Psychology, Shippensburg University
- B.S., (2004) Computer Science, Shippensburg University
- Undergraduate: General Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Child Psychology, Adolescent Psychology, Educational Psychology
- Graduate: Adolescent Psychology, Educational Psychology
My main research area is increasing academic success and preventing attrition among college students through motivational and social support factors. In particular I am interested in parental involvement in college education, social support from family, peers, and instructors, identity, and academic motivation.
- Cordell-McNulty, K., & Ashton, P. (2009, May). A bioecological model of college student retention. Paper presented at the American Institute of Higher Education Conference, Nashville, TN.
- Cordell-McNulty, K., & Ashton, P. (2009, April). Collegestudent entry characteristics and academic self-efficacy in university and community college students. Poster presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.
- Linderholm, T., Zhao, Q., Therriault, D. J., & Cordell-McNulty, K. (2008). Metacomprehension effects situated within an anchoring and adjustment framework. Metacognition and Learning, 3, 175-188.
- Cordell-McNulty, K., & Ashton, P. (2008, March). Relationship of perceived social support to self-efficacy and achievement in community college students. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.
At ASU since 2009.