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Gregory Callan

Gregory Callan

Assistant Professor

Phone: 920-427-1148
Office: EDUC 484

Research Interests

Self-regulated learning, metacognition, motivation, school-based academic and mental health interventions, and recruitment of school psychologists.

Brief Biography 

Dr. Callan's primary focus of research addresses self-regulated learning (SRL), which entails a system of cognitive, motivational, behavioral, and metacognitive processes such as setting goals, planning, motivation, using strategies, monitoring, and reflecting. His research examines the development and validation of innovative SRL measurement methodologies, SRL interventions, teaching practices that support SRL, and the development of SRL and motivation as a result of academic skill development. 

Dr. Callan completed his PhD at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. In addition, he completed a doctoral internship and post-doctoral training with Virginia Beach City Public Schools. He is a licensed psychologist and health service provider in psychology. 

Dr. Callan is currently accepting applications from prospective graduate students interested in the School Psychology PhD and EdS Programs.