Recent Presentations (Select)

    Taylor, R. S. (2016, November). Utilizing Smartwatches to Understand Students' Academic Activities and Emotional States. Presentation to be delivered at the 1st International Conference on Wearable Technologies, Knowledge Development, and Learning, Stanford University, CA.

    Taylor, R. S. (2016, August). The Secret Life of Students: Utilizing smartwatches and In Vivo longitudinal experience sampling to understand students’ activities and affective states. Poster to be presented at the 15th International Conference on Motivation, Thessaloniki, Greece. 

    Ribiere, C., Schitz, J.,  & Taylor, R. S. (2016, April). Beliefs regarding the advantages and disadvantages of specific educational emotions: Cross-Cultural comparisons of American and Chinese undergraduate students. Presentation at Quest, Oswego, NY.

    DiMartino, K., Duffy, J., & Taylor, R. S. (2016, April). Intensity of educational emotions: Cross-Cultural comparisons of American and Chinese undergraduate students. Presentation at Quest, Oswego, NY.

    Palian, C. & Taylor, R. S. (2016, April). Affect Map App: Developing an emotion assessment tool for the iPhone and Apple Watch. Poster presentation at Quest, Oswego, NY.

    Taylor, R. S. (2016, January). The Secret Life of Students: Utilizing smartwatches and In Vivo longitudinal experience sampling to understand students’ activities and affective states. Poster presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Emotion preconference, San Diego, CA. 

    Duffy, J., DiMartino, K., Ribiere, C., Schirtz, J., & Taylor, R. S. (2015, October). Utilizing smartwatches to understand students' activities and affective states. Poster presented at School of Education Technology Innovation Showcase, Oswego, NY.

    Duffy, J., DiMartino, & Taylor, R. S. (2015, April). Utilizing Smartwatches to Collect Longitudinal Data on Student Learning and Emotion. Poster presentation at Quest, Oswego, NY.

    Taylor, R. S. (2015, January). Affect Map: A spatial self-report instrument for measuring learners’ affective states. Presentation at the annual Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Education conference, Honolulu, HI.

    Bradley, Z. & Taylor, R. S. (2014, April). Examining mathematical problem solving difficulty and levels of emotional activation. Poster presented at Quest, Oswego, NY.

    Carbonaro, R., & Taylor, R. S. (2014, April). Examining posture, emotional states, and mathematical problem solving. Poster presented at Quest, Oswego, NY.

    Doyle, M., & Taylor, R. S. (2013, October). Techniques for recording and analyzing posture and gesture as a means of inferring students' emotional states. Presentation given at the Technology Innovation Showcase, Oswego, NY.

    Belcher, R & Taylor, R. S. (2013, April). Detecting students' emotional states though the use of the Kinect motion sensing input device. Poster presented at Quest, Oswego, NY.

    Belcher, R., Cutler, D., Gehan, A., & Taylor, R. S. (2012, October). Measuring STEM students’ emotional states through the use of the Kinect motion sensing input device. Presentation given at the Technology Innovation Showcase, Oswego, NY.

    Taylor, R. S. & Horn, R. (2012, October). Utilizing mobile devices in the classroom to measure student emotion. Poster given at the 8th Annual SUNY-Oswego Symposium on Teaching and Learning, Oswego, NY.

    Taylor, R. S. (2012, April). Improving education through the addition of student emotion measurement. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, Canada.

    Belcher, R., Cutler, D., & Taylor, R. S. (2012, April). Utilizing the Kinect motion sensing input device to record students’ affective state of frustration. Presentation given at Quest, Oswego, NY.

    Kern, B. & Taylor, R. S. (2012, April). Examination of the accuracy and reliability of teacher judgments of student emotions. Poster presented at Quest, Oswego, NY.

    Taylor, R. S. (2011, October). Analysis of students’ emotions. Presentation given at the 7th Annual SUNY-Oswego Symposium on Teaching and Learning, Oswego, NY.

    Ivancic, D. & Taylor, R. S. (2011, October). Utilizing a pressure sensitive chair to measure posture and emotion. Presentation given at the Technology Innovation Showcase, Oswego, NY.

    Belcher, R. & Taylor, R. S. (2011, October). “Hacking” a Kinect to measure skeletal positions and emotion. Presentation given at the Technology Innovation Showcase, Oswego, NY.

    Taylor, R. S. (2011, June). Learning technologies and emotions. Presentation given at the Project SMART summer institute, Oswego, NY.

    Ivancic, D. & Taylor, R. S. (2011, April). Affect Map: Development of a computer-based assessment instrument for student emotion. Presentation given at Quest, Oswego, NY.

    Young, D., & Taylor, R. S. (2011, April). Robotic and human expression recognition across different groups of emotionally aware adults. Presentation given at Quest, Oswego, NY.

    Kern, B., & Taylor, R. S. (2011, April). Exploratory sequential analysis of students' learning and the affective state of boredom. Poster presented at Quest, Oswego, NY.

    Mulichak, A., & Taylor, R. S. (2011, April). Exploratory sequential analysis of students' learning and the affective state of confusion. Poster presented at Quest, Oswego, NY.