Personal information


SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS FOR TEXTBOOKS



Download 289.83 Kb.
Page2/2
Date07.11.2016
Size289.83 Kb.
1   2

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS FOR TEXTBOOKS


On-line quizzes for student use to accompany Santrock JW: Psychology Essentials (ed.2). McGraw-Hill, Boston, 2003 [60 items per chapter for 14 chapters] (Spring, 2002).
Item Bank to accompany Trochim WMK: Research Methods: A Concise Knowledge Base. Atomic Dog, Cincinnati, OH, 2004 [70 items per chapter for 13 chapters] (Summer, 2004).
Item Bank included in an SOS (Study, Organize, and Succeed) version of Wood SE, Wood ERG, & Boyd DR: World of Psychology (ed. 5). Boston, Pearson Education, 2006.
Whitley TW: Study Guide and Computer Workbook. Accompanies Aron A, Aron EN, & Coups EJ, Statistics for Psychology (ed. 4). Upper Saddle River, NJ, Pearson Learning, 2006.
Whitley, T.W. : Instructor’s Resource CD. Accompanies McCammon, S. and Knox, D. Choices in Sexuality (ed. 3) Mason, OH, Atomic Dog, 2007. [Contributions included revisions of the chapter summaries, course syllabi, PowerPoint presentations, and test item bank.]
Whitley TW: Study Guide and Computer Workbook. Accompanies Aron A, Aron EN, & Coups EJ, Statistics for Psychology (ed. 5). Upper Saddle River, NJ, Pearson Learning, 2008.
Whitley TW: Instructor Manual. Accompanies Aron A, Aron EN, & Coups EJ, Statistics for Psychology (ed. 5). Upper Saddle River, NJ, Pearson Learning, 2008.
Item bank to accompany Aron A, Aron EN, & Coups EJ, Statistics for Psychology (ed. 5). Upper Saddle River, NJ, Pearson Learning, 2008.
PowerPoint presentations to accompany Aron A, Aron EN, & Coups EJ, Statistics for Psychology (ed. 5). Upper Saddle River, NJ, Pearson Learning, 2008.
Whitley TW: Study Guide. Accompanies Davis SF & Palladino JJ, Psychology (ed. 6). Upper Saddle River, NJ, Pearson Learning, 2008.
Whitley TW: Instructor Manual. Accompanies Davis SF & Palladino JJ, Psychology (ed. 6). Upper Saddle River, NJ, Pearson Learning, 2009.
Item bank to accompany Ciccarelli SK, & White JN, Psychology (ed. 2). Upper Saddle River, NJ, Pearson Learning, 2009.
TEST REVIEWS

Webster RE, Whitley TW: Forer structured sentence completion test. In Keyser DJ, Sweetland RC (eds.): Test Critiques, Vol. IV. Test Corporation of America, Kansas City, Missouri, 1985:300-306.


Webster RE, Whitley TW: Visual aural digit span test. In Keyser DJ, Sweetland RC (eds.): Test Critiques, Vol. V. Test Corporation of America, Kansas City, Missouri, 1986:537-544.

Reprinted in Bolton B (ed.): Special Education and Rehabilitation Testing. Pro-Ed, Austin, Texas, 1988:408-415.



BOOK REVIEWS


Preliminary Review. Teaching and Assessing Learning for the Health Professions. Allyn and Bacon, Inc. (Fall, 1981).
Calder J: Survey Research Methods, ASME Medical Research Booklet No. 6. Association for Medical Education, 1998. In Medical Teacher 2000;22:94.
Feldman RS: Development Across the Life Span (ed. 3), Prentice Hall, (Spring, 2003).
Hurlburt RT: Comprehending Behavioral Statistics (ed.3), Thomsen Learning (Winter, 2004).
King LA: The Science of Psychology: An Appreciative View. McGraw-Hill (Fall, 2007)
REPORTS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PUBLICATIONS

Pyecha JN, Stuck GB, Wyne MD, Weatherford AE III, Whitley TW: Report and Recommendations of the Educational Audit and Evaluation of the Pupil Testing Program of the Pitt County Public School System. Research Triangle Park, North Carolina: Research Triangle Institute, Center for Educational Research and Evaluation, 1974.


Advisory Committee. Pre-test Study Guide for Emergency Medical Technicians - Intermediate Level. Greenville, NC: Emergency Medical Services Project, East Carolina University, 1981.
Krupa KC, Quick MM, Whitley TW: Identification of variables which affect student performance on examinations for licensure as a registered nurse. Resources in Education 1985;20:163. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. 250 355).

Quick MM, Krupa KC, Whitley TW: A preliminary examination of the impact of selected educational variables on the SBTPE and the NCLEX. Resources in Education 1986;21:67. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. 260 602).


PAPERS

North Carolina Association for Research in Education. Pitt County Schools Testing, Evaluation, and Research Program: A Progress Report. McKnight J, Pyecha JN, Stuck GB, Wyne MD, Whitley TW, Lewis K (May, 1975).


Southeastern Association of Counselors and Counselor Educators. Training for Learning and Living Center. Lewis K, Orgel S, Whitley TW, Carrick C (October, 1975).
North Carolina Association for Research in Education. The Effects of Individualized Instruction on the Attitudes of Middle School Pupils. Whitley TW (April, 1977).
Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. Use of Residents' Self‑Assessed Competence and Formative Evaluations as Curriculum Development Tools. Daugherty JE, Nickelsen JA, Whitley TW (May, 1982). (Also presented at Department of Family Medicine Grand Rounds, East Carolina University School of Medicine (June, 1982).
Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. The Computer and Self‑Assessed Clinical Competence: Practicality and Validity. Daugherty JE, Nickelsen JA, Whitley TW, Revicki DA (May, 1983).
North Carolina Association for Research in Education. The Utility of Survey Research Methodology in the Evaluation of Instruction. Whitley TW, Revicki DA, Hunter AL (February, 1984).
Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. Confirming a Resident's Progress ‑ An Approach to Developing a Resident Management System. Daugherty JE, Whitley TW, Revicki DA (May, 1984).
Disney World Trauma Symposium. Trauma 1986: Nursing Track. Trauma Education: The North Carolina Experience. Youngblood RW, Whitley TW (February, 1986).
EMS Today. Developing Materials for EMT‑I Training Programs. Landis SS, Whitley TW, Allison EJ Jr (February, 1986).
American Public Health Association. Organizational Characteristics, Occupational Stress and Depression in Emergency Medical Technicians: A Structural Model. Revicki DA, Whitley TW, Landis SS (September, 1986).
Sixth Annual Research Conference ‑ Southern Council on Collegiate Education for Nursing. Focus on the Future: Predicting the Success of Student on the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses. Krupa KC, Quick MM, Whitley TW (December, 1986).
Fifth Annual Conference on Research in Nursing Education. Predicting the Success of Baccalaureate Nursing Students on the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses. Krupa KC, Quick MM, Whitley TW (January, 1987). Also presented at the Sigma Theta Tau Regional (7) Assembly (March, 1987) and Sigma Theta Tau Beta Nu Chapter Research Day (April, 1987).
Rocky Mountain Conference on Emergency Medicine and Nursing. Selecting Emergency Medical Technicians for Advanced Life Support Training. Whitley TW, Landis SS, Allison EJ Jr, Horner RD (January, 1987).
Rocky Mountain Conference on Emergency Medicine and Nursing. Using Teaching Stations to Teach Assessment Skills to Emergency Medical Technicians. Landis SS, Whitley TW, Nimmo MB (January, 1987).
North Carolina Association of Nursing Students. NCLEX‑RN PASS OR FAIL? Predicting Success on the Licensing Examination. Krupa KC, Quick MM, Whitley TW (February, 1987).
Emergency Medicine Today ‑ '87. Test Development. Whitley TW (October, 1987).
Rocky Mountain Conference on Emergency Medicine and Nursing. Stress, Depression, and Job Satisfaction in Aeromedical Flight Crew Personnel. Landis SS, Whitley TW, Revicki DA, Benson NH, Allison EJ Jr. (January, 1988).
Second Annual Meeting ‑ Southern Medical Association Section on Emergency Medicine. Bicycle Accidents: Mechanisms and Severity of Injury in Various Age Groups. Williamson JE, Whitley TW, Sheldon FC, Stutts JC, Knight T (January, 1988).
Second Annual Helen Yura Research Symposium. A Prediction Model for NCLEX‑RN Performance: Development, Application, and Evaluation. Quick MM, Krupa KC, McSweeney M, Whitley TW (March, 1988). Also presented at the Forum IX Research Conference, University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Nursing (April, 1988).
AIRMED 88. NFNA Membership Survey: Job Satisfactions and Stresses. NH Benson, TW Whitley (September, 1988).
Sigma Theta Tau Research Conference ‑ Colorado/Wyoming Chapters. A Prediction Model of NCLEX‑RN Performance: Development, Application, and Evaluation. Quick MM, Krupa KC, McSweeney M, Whitley TW (December, 1988).
Rocky Mountain Conference on Emergency Medicine and Nursing. Predictors of Work Satisfaction for Emergency Medicine Residents. Revicki DA, Whitley TW, Gallery ME, Allison EJ Jr (January, 1990).
Third International Conference on Emergency Medicine. Occupational Stress and Depression among Physicians Pursuing Postgraduate Training in Emergency Medicine from Three Countries. Whitley TW, Allison EJ Jr, Gallery ME, Heyworth J, Cockington RA, Revicki DA (June, 1990).
American Psychological Association Convention. EMT's, Flight Nurses, Emergency Medicine Residents ‑ The Critical Stress Factors. Whitley TW (August, 1990).

SAEM/EMRS ‑ First International Emergency Research Conference. Predictors of Work Satisfaction among Senior House Officers during A & E Training. Heyworth J, Whitley TW, Allison EJ Jr (October, 1990).

First World Congress on Wilderness Medicine. Near Drownings in a Contiguous Coastal Area of North Carolina. Grant TA, Shepherd SM, Brown LH, Whitley TW (July, 1992).

1992 International Conference on Pre-Hospital Emergency Care: Global Perspectives. Photograph Documentation of Motor Vehicle Damage by EMTs at the Scene: A Prospective Multicenter Study in the United States. Hunt RC, Whitley TW, Allison EJ Jr, Aghababian RV, Krohmer JR, Landes F, McCabe JB, Prasad NH (October, 1992).


Ninth Annual Conference and Scientific Assembly of the National Association of EMS Physicians. Lights and Siren Versus No Lights and Siren: Ambulance Transport Times from the Scene to the Emergency Department. Hunt RC, Brown LH, Cabinum ES, Whitley TW, Prasad NH, Owens CF, Mayo CE (June, 1993).
1993 AAMC Innovations in Medical Education. Interest in Primary Care: Knowledge and Attitudes of First Year Medical Students. Newton DA, Grayson MS, Whitley TW (November, 1993).

Prehospital Care Research Forum. Prehospital Blood Pressures: Inaccuracies Due to Ambulance Noise. Brown LH, Ausband SC, Cooper-Spruill O, Carroll RG, Whitley TW (February, 1994).


Prehospital Care Research Forum. Influence of a Rural EMS System on the Outcome of Respiratory Disease Patients. Brown LH, Prasad NH, Whitley TW, Benson NH, Corlette A (February, 1994).
38th Annual Conference Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine. Reliability and Validity of Trauma Care Providers' Assessment of Motor Vehicle Crash Instant Photographs in Predicting Injury Severity. Hunt RC, Swanson MS, Snyder BL, Brown LH, Long S, Whitley TW, Cunningham PRG (September, 1994).
88th Annual Scientific Assembly of the Southern Medical Association. Adverse Lighting Condition Effects on the Assessment of Capillary Refill. Brown LH, Prasad NH, Whitley TW November, 1994).

National Conference, North American Primary Care Research Group. The Ambulatory vs. Tertiary-Center-Based Family Medicine Clerkship: Impact of Location on Residency Selection. Willis SE, Worthing RC, Whitley TW (November, 1995). Also presented at the 22nd Annual Predoctoral Education Conference, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (January, 1996).


23rd Annual Meeting of the North American Primary Care Research Group. The Ambulatory vs. Tertiary-Center-Based Family Medicine Clerkship: Impact of Location on Career Choice. Willis SE, Worthington RC, Whitley TW (November, 1995). Also presented at the 22nd Annual Predoctoral Education Conference (January, 1996).
22nd Annual Rocky Mountain Conference on Emergency Medicine and Nursing. Perspectives of EMS Personnel on the Use of Lights and Sirens. Prasad NH, March JA, Gough JE, Brown LH, Whitley TW (February, 1996).
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Generalist Physician Initiative. Repercussions of Promoting Primary Care: The Student Perspective. Lynch DC, Borre K, Clay MA, Newton DA, Whitley TW (January, 1997).

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Generalist Physician Initiative Sixth Annual Meeting. Collaborative Research on Factors that Influence Career Choice: Lessons Learned. Newton DA, Grayson M, Lynch DC, Whitley TW (January, 2000).


40th Annual Research in Medical Education Conference.

The Health Benefits of Physical Activity: A Neglected Curricular Topic in US Medical Education. Garry JP, Diamond JJ, Whitley TW (November, 2001).
The Sixth IOC World Congress on Sports Sciences in conjunction with the 49th Annual American College of Sports Medicine Meeting. The Teaching of Physical Activity in US Medical Education. Garry JP, Diamond JJ, Whitley TW. (May, 2002).
41st Annual Research in Medical Education Conference. Has the Pendulum Swung? Increasing Failure Over Time to Sustain Interest in Primary Care Careers. Grayson MS, Newton DA, Thompson LF, Whitley TW. (November, 2002).
PANELS

Chair. Focus on Behavior: Students, Teachers and Supervisors. North Carolina Association for Research in Education, Annual Conference (December, 1981).


Discussant. American College of Emergency Physicians 1994 Research Forum (March, 1994).
Group Leader. American Medical Association/Society of Directors of Research in Medical Education Conference on Teaching and Assessing Professional Behavior: Models for Physicians in Training (October, 1994).
Abstract and Poster Reviewer. 13th Annual East Coast Emergency Medicine Seminar (August, 1994).

Moderator. American College of Emergency Physicians 1995 Research Forum (February, 1995).


UNIVERSITY HONORS

Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities (1967-68)

Outstanding Senior Brother - Lambda Chi Alpha General Fraternity (1967-68)

Phi Kappa Tau Scholarship Award - Interfraternity Council East Carolina University (1967-68)


UNIVERSITY SERVICE

Member, Selection Committee, 1995 Distinguished Professor for Teaching Awards

Member, Selection Committee, 1996 Board of Governors Award for Excellence in Teaching
COMMUNITY SERVICE

Faculty Advisor, Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, East Carolina University, 1982‑1984

Board of Directors, Wesley Foundation of Greenville

1985‑1986

1989‑1994 (Treasurer 1990-1993)

Member, Greenville Advisory Board, State Employees Credit Union, 1988‑1991


Member, Advisory Board, Ulster Project of Greenville, 1993-1996

Member, Missions Work Area, St. James United Methodist Church, 1997-2000

Member, Administrative Board, St. James United Methodist Church, 2001-2003

Member, Greenville Advisory Board, State Employees Credit Union, 2008‑present



Data Base Management
I developed two databases for the East Carolina University School of Medicine. The largest was a student information system containing data obtained from the students enrolled since the first graduating class was admitted in 1977. The data base contained information obtained during the application process such as undergraduate grade point averages, information about academic performance in medical school such as grades and standardized test scores, and information about future practice plans and personality characteristics obtained during yearly orientations. I analyzed data in this database to prepare annual reports and perform special studies for members of the faculty and staff, primarily the Offices of Admissions and Student Affairs. This database was replaced by a larger database developed by the Office of Informatics in 1990.
The second database contained information from applicants who took the pretest required for admission to training courses sponsored by the Division of Emergency Medical Services of the Department of Emergency Medicine. These courses led to certification as an Emergency Medical Technician‑ Intermediate. In addition to pretest scores, the database contained demographic information, scores on other tests administered during the training course, and the results of the certification examination administered by the North Carolina Office of Emergency Medical Services. This was primarily a research database, and I performed statistical analyses to answer specific questions about the training program.
My involvement with both these databases included participation in the determination of the information needs to be met by the database. I designed both systems and was responsible for the coding and entry of data. I wrote the programs necessary for any statistical analyses and presented the results of these analyses to various audiences.

I also helped develop a student information system for the East Carolina University School of Nursing. This database is still being implemented and includes information about student academic performance from the time students declare their intention to major in nursing until they take the examination required to become registered nurses. As with the other two databases, I participated in the process of determining the information needs to be met by the database, designed the system, and wrote the programs required to produce annual reports. While I have no responsibility for coding and data entry, I write the programs required to answer specific research questions.




Download 289.83 Kb.

Share with your friends:
1   2




The database is protected by copyright ©sckool.org 2020
send message

    Main page