Anthony Anderson contributes to Psychology of Adult Education. He is an associate tutor of the School of Education.
Tony holds a BSc and PhD from the University of Glasgow, is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology, at the University of Strathclyde and is Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He specialises in the teaching of Thinking and of Artificial Intelligence. His research revolves around two foci, namely language understanding in dialogue, and student learning, and he has been involved in several research projects on these themes over the years funded by bodies such as ESRC, EPSRC and the EU.
Anderson, A., Johnston, W. and McDonald, A. Information literacy in adult returner students. Adult Education Quarterly, under review
Johnston, W., Anderson, A., and McDionald, A. (in press) Improving pre-entry access to university: towards a model of transformative alignment. The Adult Learner.
Davies, J.B., ANDERSON, A. and Little, D. (2011) Social cognition and the so-called conjunction fallacy. Current Psychology, 33, 245-257.
Kelly, D., Baxter, S., and ANDERSON, A. (2010) Engaging First Year Students through On-Line Collaborative Assessments. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 26(6), 535-548
Wallace, B., Ross, A., Davies, J. and Anderson T (Eds) (2007). The Mind, the Body and the World: Psychology after Cognitivism? Exeter: Imprint Academic
Anderson, A., Sanford, A., Thomson, A., and Ion, W. (2007) Computer-Supported and Face-to-Face Collaboration on Design Tasks. Discourse Processes, 43(3), 210-228
Boyle, E. A. and Anderson, A. (2006) Validity and Utility of McLean’s Attitudes to Achievement Questionnaire. Scottish Educational Review, 38(1), 37-53.
Anderson, A., and Soden R. (2002). Peer interaction and argumentative reasoning. In R. Nata (ed.), Progress in Education, Volume 7. New York: Nova Science Publishers Inc., pp 81- 108.
Anderson, A., Howe, C. Soden, R, Halliday, J. and Low, J. (2001) Peer interaction and the learning of critical thinking skills in Further Education students. Instructional Science, 29, 1-32.
Anderson, A., Cheyne, W., Foot, H., Howe, C., Low, J. and Tolmie, A. (2000). Computer support for peer-based methodology tutorials. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 16, 1, 41-53.
Nicol, M. and Anderson, A. (2000). Computer-assisted versus teacher-directed learning of numeracy in adults with a mild learning disability. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 16, 3, 184-192.
Nicol, M. and Anderson, A. (1997) Computer-assisted versus teacher directed teaching of community living skills in adults with a learning disability. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 60 (11), 498-502.
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