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Fran Blumberg
Fran Blumberg
Professor, Division of Psychological & Educational Services
Verified email at fordham.edu
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The relationship between motivation, learning strategies and choice of environment whether traditional or including an online component
K Clayton, F Blumberg, DP Auld
British Journal of Educational Technology 41 (3), 349-364, 2010
3402010
Games for health for children—Current status and needed research
Institute of Digital Media and Child Development Working Group on Games for ...
Games for health journal 5 (1), 1-12, 2016
2382016
A grounded theory study of help-seeking behaviors among White male high school students.
RM Timlin-Scalera, JG Ponterotto, FC Blumberg, MA Jackson
Journal of Counseling Psychology 50 (3), 339, 2003
2382003
The effects of perceived barriers, role models, and acculturation on the career self‐efficacy and career consideration of Hispanic women
LM Rivera, EC Chen, LY Flores, F Blumberg, JG Ponterotto
The Career Development Quarterly 56 (1), 47-61, 2007
1952007
Young children's ability to recognize advertisements in web page designs
M Ali, M Blades, C Oates, F Blumberg
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 27 (1), 71-83, 2009
1272009
Impasse-driven learning in the context of video games
FC Blumberg, SF Rosenthal, JD Randall
Computers in Human Behavior 24 (4), 1530-1541, 2008
1272008
Boys' and girls' use of cognitive strategy when learning to play video games
FC Blumberg, LM Sokol
The Journal of General Psychology 131 (2), 151-158, 2004
1172004
Serious games: What are they? What do they do? Why should we play them?
FC Blumberg, DE Almonte, JS Anthony, N Hashimoto
1112012
Developmental differences at play: Children's selective attention and performance in video games
FC Blumberg
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 19 (4), 615-624, 1998
1081998
Introduction: Digital games as a context for cognitive development, learning, and developmental research
FC Blumberg, SM Fisch
New directions for child and adolescent development 2013 (139), 1-9, 2013
1062013
The impact of recreational video game play on children's and adolescents' cognition
FC Blumberg, EA Altschuler, DE Almonte, MI Mileaf
New directions for child and adolescent development 2013 (139), 41-50, 2013
812013
Digital games as a context for children's cognitive development: Research recommendations and policy considerations
FC Blumberg, K Deater‐Deckard, SL Calvert, RM Flynn, CS Green, ...
Social Policy Report 32 (1), 1-33, 2019
772019
Learning by Playing: Video Gaming in Education
F Blumberg
Oxford University Press, 2014
732014
Linkages between course status, perceived course value, and students’ preference for traditional versus non-traditional learning environments
KE Clayton, FC Blumberg, JA Anthony
Computers & education 125, 175-181, 2018
562018
The effects of children's goals for learning on video game performance
FC Blumberg
Journal of applied developmental psychology 21 (6), 641-653, 2000
562000
Cartoon violence: Is it as detrimental to preschoolers as we think?
KM Peters, FC Blumberg
Early Childhood Education Journal 29, 143-148, 2002
532002
Advertising to Children. New Directions, New Media.
BE M. Blades, C.Oates, F. Blumberg, & B. Gunter
Palgrave-MacMillan, 2014
48*2014
From the playroom to the classroom: Children’s views of video game play and academic learning
FC Blumberg, E Altschuler
Child development perspectives 5 (2), 99-103, 2011
422011
Does cartoon violence beget aggressive behavior in real life? An opposing view
FC Blumberg, KP Bierwirth, AJ Schwartz
Early Childhood Education Journal 36, 101-104, 2008
402008
Youth and new media
FC Blumberg, M Blades, C Oates
Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 2015
392015
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