Nikki Lobczowski

Post-Doc, Drs. Walker/Nokes-Malach

Research Interests

Dr. Lobczowski is a postdoctoral associate working on an NSF-funded project that investigates the factors underlying effective collaborative learning with a teachable robot. Nikki brings her Learning Sciences and math education backgrounds to an interdisciplinary team that combines expertise from computer science, human-computer interaction, and psychology.

Related Research Areas

Learning Technology Motivation & Engagement

Recent Publications

Lobczowski, N. G. (2022). Capturing the formation and regulation of emotions incollaborative learning: The FRECL coding procedure. Frontiers in Psychology.

Nikki Lobczowski's Google Scholar profile

News and Awards

Nikki Lobczowski joins host Dr. Jeff Greene on the APA Division 15 podcast to discuss her recent Educational Psychologist article, “Bridging gaps and moving forward: Building a new model for socioemotional formation and regulation.”

October 4, 2021

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Kudos to Nikki Lobczowski, post-doc working with Erin Walker, Diane Litman, and Timothy Nokes-Malach, for receiving the prestigious Paul R. Pintrich Outstanding Dissertation Award from Division 15 (Educational Psychology) for “Building from the Inside Out: The Formation and Regulation of Emotions in Collaborative Learning.” More about Lobczowski’s work here, and award details here. Congrats Nikki!

September 27, 2021

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Contact

550 MURDC

ngl13@pitt.edu

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