Molly M. Jameson, Ph.D.
University of Northern Colorado
Dr. Molly Jameson (she/her) is an educational psychologist at the University of Northern Colorado.
She has studied mathematical dispositions, with an emphasis on math anxiety and self-efficacy, throughout her career. Dr. Jameson published the first developmentally appropriate scale to assess math anxiety in primary grades students and regularly works with parents, teachers, and colleges/universities to help improve mathematical learning. You can read a recent interview with the American Psychological Association about helping kids manage math anxiety here.
Dr. Jameson primarily teaches future and current educators how psychological sciences can improve their pedagogy and student learning. She is currently the Interim Director of UNC’s Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning and is passionate about helping educators improve their pedagogy.
She is Associate Editor for Learning and Individual Differences and sits on the editorial review boards of Psychology in the Schools and Educational Psychology.
In her spare time, Dr. Jameson enjoys hiking, camping, backpacking, cooking, reading, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.