Her primary areas of study are Pedagogy, Academic achievement, Community service, Service-learning and Medical education. Her research integrates issues of Work environment, Career choice and Public service in her study of Pedagogy. The various areas that Linda J. Sax examines in her Academic achievement study include Self-confidence and Longitudinal sample.
Her Community service research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Service, Program development, Citizenship education, Public relations and Program evaluation. Her studies in Service-learning integrate themes in fields like Erikson's stages of psychosocial development and Undergraduate student. Her Medical education research includes themes of Quality of working life, Job satisfaction, Teaching method and Data collection.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Social psychology, Medical education and Academic achievement. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Mathematics education, Race are connected with Racial differences and other disciplines. Her work on Student engagement as part of general Pedagogy research is frequently linked to Grade inflation and Institutional research, bridging the gap between disciplines.
In the field of Social psychology, her study on Salience overlaps with subjects such as Statistical analysis. She combines topics linked to Service-learning with her work on Medical education. Her research on Academic achievement frequently links to adjacent areas such as Self-concept.
Linda J. Sax mainly focuses on Mathematics education, Gender gap, Medical education, Underrepresented Minority and Survey data collection. Her studies deal with areas such as Race and Cognitive reframing as well as Mathematics education. Biological sciences, Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, Predictor variables, Nationwide survey and Field are fields of study that intersect with her Gender gap study.
Her research links Discipline with Medical education. Her Underrepresented Minority study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Race ethnicity, Pedagogy and Critical mass. Her Survey data collection research spans across into areas like Demographics, AP Computer Science, Advanced Placement, Variety and White.
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ASSESSING RESPONSE RATES AND NONRESPONSE BIAS IN WEB AND PAPER SURVEYS
Linda J. Sax;Shannon K. Gilmartin;Alyssa N. Bryant.
Research in Higher Education (2003)
How Undergraduates Are Affected by Service Participation.
Alexander W. Astin;Linda J. Sax.
Journal of College Student Development (1998)
Long-Term Effects of Volunteerism During the Undergraduate Years
Alexander W. Astin;Linda J. Sax;Juan Avalos.
The Review of Higher Education (1999)
FACULTY RESEARCH PRODUCTIVITY: Exploring the Role of Gender and Family-Related Factors
Linda J. Sax;Linda Serra Hagedorn;Marisol Arredondo;Frank A. Dicrisi.
Research in Higher Education (2002)
Student-Faculty Interaction in Research Universities: Differences by Student Gender, Race, Social Class, and First-Generation Status
Young K. Kim;Linda J. Sax.
Research in Higher Education (2009)
The Differential Effects of Student-Faculty Interaction on College Outcomes for Women and Men
Linda J. Sax;Alyssa N. Bryant;Casandra E. Harper.
Journal of College Student Development (2005)
The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 2000.
Linda J. Sax;Alexander W. Astin;William S. Korn;Kathryn M. Mahoney.
The American College Teacher: National Norms for the 2001-2002 HERI Faculty Survey.
Jennifer A. Lindholm;Alexander W. Astin;Linda J. Sax;William S. Korn.
The Gender Gap in College: Maximizing the Developmental Potential of Women and Men
Linda J. Sax.
The Benefits of Service: Evidence from Undergraduates
Linda J. Sax;Alexander W. Astin.
The Educational record (1997)
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