The Routledge Research in Educational Psychology series is a forum for scholars across the field of Educational Psychology to present their latest research and contribute to the development of the field.
Please send inquiries or proposals for this series to one of the following:
Emilie Coin: [email protected] – Editor, UK, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East
Alice Salt: [email protected] – Editor, North & South America
Vilija Stephens: [email protected] – Editor, Australia & New Zealand
Katie Peace: [email protected] – Publisher, Asia
Metacognition and Its Interactions with Cognition, Affect, Physicality and Off-Task Thought Inside the Independent Learning Experience
Reconstructing Agency in Developmental and Educational Psychology Inclusive Systems as Concentric Space
Wellbeing in Higher Education Cultivating a Healthy Lifestyle Among Faculty and Students
Challenging the Cult of Self-Esteem in Education Education, Psychology, and the Subaltern Self
Beyond Bullying Researching student perspectives
By Luke Carson
September 26, 2022
What happens when teachers are removed from the equation, when we learn by ourselves or with peers? Increasingly rapid change is part of our world today and tomorrow. The need to learn and to adapt is now lifelong and ubiquitous. But are educators and educational institutions preparing today’s ...
By Junjun Chen, Ronnel B. King
August 01, 2022
Emotions are at the core of the educational enterprise but their role is mostly left unexamined. This book explores the role of emotions across students, teachers and school leaders. It showcases current theoretical and empirical research on emotions in educational settings conducted in the Asian ...
By Paul Downes
September 11, 2019
This book reconstructs the foundations of developmental and educational psychology and fills an important gap in the field by arguing for a specific spatial turn so that human growth, experience and development focus not only on time but space. This regards space not simply as place. Highlighting ...
By Edward J. Comstock
April 11, 2018
This book argues that contemporary neuroscience compliments, extends, and challenges recent and influential posthuman and new materialist accounts of the relations between rhetoric, affect, and writing pedagogy. Drawing on cutting-edge neuro-philosophy, Comstock re-thinks both historical and ...
By Marcus A. Henning, Christian U. Krägeloh, Rachel Dryer, Fiona Moir, Rex Billington, Andrew G. Hill
March 13, 2018
Academic staff and students within higher education settings are confronted by a learning environment that is academically stimulating, informative, career-focused and socially rich, which can be intensely competitive and highly charged. Within this learning environment, academic staff and students...
By Kenzo E. Bergeron
August 16, 2017
In this book, Bergeron demonstrates the negative emotional and pedagogical repercussions that result from American educators’ embrace of self-esteem and the dogma surrounding its acceptance. Critically interpreting the meaning of self-esteem in education, he challenges "common sense" assumptions ...
By Susan E. Israel
May 18, 2017
This volume offers an updated analysis of the methodology of reading and reading research since 1995, when the landmark book Verbal Protocols of Reading: The Nature of Constructively Responsive Reading by Michael Pressley and Peter Afflerbach was published. It offers a thorough cross-analysis of ...
By Simone Paul
January 09, 2017
Beyond Bullying offers guidance and advice on conducting practitioner research into bullying and provides resources to assist practitioners and researchers in doing so. It draws on a case study of almost 1,000 secondary school students over a period of 5 academic years to explore student perception...
By Marcus A. Henning, Christian U. Krägeloh, Glenis Wong-Toi
December 14, 2016
Higher education is a high stakes process involving engagement with curricula and often entails coping with the onslaught of assessments and examinations. This process creates a level of intensity that impacts on the student experience in higher education. It is, therefore, important to consider ...