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Mido Chang

Mido Chang

Professor
Psychology/CASCI

Adjunct
Chapman Graduate School

College of Business
Florida International University

Modesto A. Maidique Campus
11200 S.W. 8th St, CBC 200
Miami, FL 33199

midchang@fiu.edu

Refereed Journal Articles

Chang, M., Bang, H., Nam, J., & Kim, S. (2020). Interscholastic sports participation and suspension. Test Engineering & Management, 83.


Cohen, S., & Chang, M. (2020). Science achievement within the United States: A view through affective and demographic lenses. Educational Studies, 46(2).


Lee, C., Chang, M., & Bang, H. (2020). Racial and linguistic status differences in the effect of interscholastic sport participation on school engagement and academic performance among high school students. Psychological Reports, 123(2).


Taliaferro, A., Kim, S., Lee, C., Chang, M., & Bang, H. (2019). Sport participation, locus of control, and academic performance among early adolescents: Racial and linguistic difference. Sociological Spectrum.


Clovis, M. A., & Chang, M. (2019). Effects of academic momentum on degree attainment for students beginning college at 2-year institutions. Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice.


Nam, J., & Chang, M. (2018). Effectiveness of dropout prevention program using propensity score matching: Is trust in teachers a turning point in zero-tolerance policies? International Review of Public Administration.


Kim, H., Lee, S., Cheon, J., Hong, S., & Chang, M. (2018). A comparative study to identify factors of caregiver burden between baby boomers and post baby boomers: A secondary analysis of a US online caregiver survey. BMC Public Health, 18. View Article


Kim, S., Chang, M., & Park, J. (2018). Survival analysis for Hispanic ELL students’ access to postsecondary schools: Discrete Model or Cox Regression? International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 4(5).


Kim, S., Chang, M., Deater-Deckard, K., Evans, M., Norton, A., & Samur, Y. (2017). Educational Games and Students' Game Engagement in Elementary School Classrooms. Journal of Computers in Education, 4(4). View Article


Kim, S., Chang, M., Choi, N., Park, J., & Kim, H. (2017). Direct and indirect effects of computers on student success in mathematics. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning, 6(3). View Article


Chang, M., Choi, N., & Kim, S. (2015). School involvement of parents of linguistic and racial minorities and their children’s mathematics performance. Educational Research and Evaluation: An International Journal on Theory and Practice, 21(3). View Article


Chang, M., Evans, M., Kim, S., Norton, A., & Samur, Y. (2015). Differential effects of learning games on mathematics proficiency. Educational Media International, 52(1). View Article


Chang, M., Evans, M., Kim, S., Norton, A., Deater-Deckard, K., & Samur, Y. (2015). The effects of an educational video game on mathematical engagement. Education and Information Technologies, 21(5). View Article


Evans, M., Nino, M., Deater-Deckard, K., & Chang, M. (2015). School-wide adoption of a mathematics learning game in a middle grades setting: Using the TPACK framework to analyze effects on practice. The Asia Pacific Education Journal, 24(3). View Article


Kim, S., Chang, M., Singh, K., & Allen, K. (2015). Patterns and factors of high school dropout risks of racial and linguistic groups. The Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk, 20(4). View Article


Deater-Deckard, K., El Mallah, S., Chang, M., Evans, M., & Norton, A. (2014). Student behavioral engagement during mathematics educational video game instruction with 11-14 year olds. International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction, 2. View Article


Norton, A., Wilkins, J., Evans, M., Deater-Deckard, K., Balci, O., & Chang, M. (2014). Technology helps students transcend part-whole concepts. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School. View Article


Chang, M., Mo, Y., & Singh, K. (2013). Opportunity to learn and student engagement: A HLM study on eighth grade science achievement. Educational Research for Policy and Practice.


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