Recent presentations and works have focused on fear related to post graduation plans, student-athlete academic performance, High Impact Practices (HIP), and increasing self-efficacy related to academic achievement. He recently completed the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning’s SoTL Scholars Program in which he, along with a graduate student, focused on teaching practices that increase self-efficacy, learning, and motivation. They will be presenting their results at the SoTL Summit this fall.

Selected Publications

Niederjohn, D. M. (2020). Self-Exploration Exercise for Internship Students. In Richard Miller (Ed.), The Society for the Teaching of Psychology E-Book on High Impact Practices. Society for the Teaching of Psychology (APA-Div 2).

Niederjohn, D.M (2019). Overcoming avoidance and fear of post-graduation plans. Psychology Teachers Network.

Niederjohn, D.M.., & McCarthy, M (2015). Authorship. In R. Cautin & S.Lilienfeld’s (Eds).

The Encyclopedia of Clinical Psychology. NY: Wiley-Blackwell.McCarthy, M.A., Niederjohn, D.M., & Bosack, T. (2011). Embedded assessment: A measure of teaching effectiveness. Teaching of Psychology, 38, 71-77.