Andrew Stull

Research Associate

Andrew Stull is a project scientist in the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences where he collaborates with Professor Mary Hegarty to study the cognitive and perceptual consequences of learning with concrete and virtual reality manipulatives in science education. He received his Ph.D. in 2009 from the University of California, Santa Barbara under the co-advisorship of Richard E. Mayer and Mary Hegarty.

His research interests encompass multimedia design, diagrammatic reasoning, instructional technology integration, and the interplay between interactivity and learning as it relates to teaching in science domains. His previous work includes designing biotelemetry systems for monitoring the behavior of free-roaming marine animals, teaching biology at the high school and community college levels, authoring interactive multimedia for science education, and developing technology integration strategies in the textbook industry, for which he frequently consults.

Last modified: April 18, 2014