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Richard Landers
Works at Old Dominion University
Attended University of Minnesota
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Brand new article by Richard and Rachel on training evaluation for virtual world-based training appears in the Journal of Virtual Worlds Research! Give it a read!
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Have him in circles
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Psychology professor
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  • Old Dominion University
    Psychology professor, 2009 - present
  • University of Minnesota
    Instructor, 2004 - 2009
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Old Dominion University I/O Psych faculty
Introduction
I'm an Assistant Professor of Industrial/Organizational Psychology who studies the Internet and related technology as it can be used to improve educational and organizational functioning.
Education
  • University of Minnesota
    Ph.D. Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 2004 - 2009
  • University of Tennessee
    Psychology Honors, 2000 - 2004
  • Brentwood Academy
    High School, 1994 - 2000
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757-683-4212
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250 Mills Godwin Building, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA 23529
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Welcome, Baby Dovahkiin: Couple Name Child For Skyrim Hero, Win Games fo...
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The fantasy world has met the real world. Introducing the baby who met Bethesda Softworks' Skyrim challenge.

Rebecca Black's 'Friday' Featured in Black Friday Campaign for Kohl's [V...
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Kohl's enlists Rebecca Black's Internet hit "Friday" for its Black Friday promotion.

What Siri can do in iPhone 4S, All Commands you can say to it
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Siri voice Recognition was announced in The 4th October event “Lets Talk iPhone” as one from the main feature would be available in the next

PHD Comics: Feelings
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Link to Piled Higher and Deeper

The Awful Cover Letter All of Wall Street Is Laughing About
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It's that time of year when hopeful undergrads send out their resumes to the investment banks they for some reason want to work for. But one

Evaluating Organizational Training Success Improves Later Application by...
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Organizations are most likely to evaluate trainee reactions and learning, and yet only behavior and results criteria are related to higher r

Dilbert comic strip for 02/15/2012 from the official Dilbert comic strip...
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The Official Dilbert Website featuring Scott Adams Dilbert strips, animation, mashups and more starring Dilbert, Dogbert, Wally, The Pointy

Moving In Before Marriage May Boost Bottom Line
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New research shows that couples who cohabitate before marrying accumulate wealth at double the rate of those who move in together only after

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
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News: January 02, 2012 I keep forgetting to mention! One of my comics was featured on Forbes.com! Discuss this comic in the forum January 01

Earliest Human Beds Found In South Africa - Slashdot
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sciencehabit writes "A team working in South Africa claims to have found the earliest known sleeping mats, made of plant material and d

Can You Keep a Secret? Maybe You Shouldn’t, Even If You Can | Literally ...
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People are horrible at keeping secrets. As in, really, really bad at it (no matter what anyone may tell you to the contrary). And you know w

US Gives Raytheon $10.5M For 'Serious Games' - Slashdot
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coondoggie writes "These aren't your basic video gaming systems here. The U.S. government gave Raytheon BBN Technologies $10.5 million toda

Gamification Roundup – January 16, 2012
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This week on the Gamification Roundup: Nicholas Kristof creates a casual game that will benefit refugee camps and schools, HealthTap receive

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
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News: November 25, 2011 OH SHIT IT'S A SALE ON SMBC STUFF! Just type in the password "SMBC2" on your sale and get 10% off of y

Facebook Shower Curtain Lets You Clean Up With Your Favorite Site
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This Facebook Shower Curtain offers another type of privacy! The transparent square in the screen lets you create a profile image.

» Congress Considers Paywalling Science You Already Paid For
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Should you be able to read research you've helped to fund? A few years ago, Congress decided this was a good idea -- but a new bill threaten

Online Incivility by Supervisors May Lead People to Quit | NeoAcademic
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Those experiencing cyber incivility - low intensity rude behavior that takes place through the internet - are more likely to skip work, burn

Computing Intraclass Correlations (ICC) as Estimates of Interrater Relia...
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Recently, a colleague of mine asked for some advice on how to compute interrater reliability for a coding task, and I discovered that there

Obama's Tumblr Posts Viral Photo of Same-Sex Kiss
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The Tumblr blog for Barack Obama‘s 2012 presidential campaign reblogged a photo of the sign-of-the-times kiss between two female sailors.

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
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Don't forget to subscribe for future updates! Discuss this comic in the forum November 02, 2011 A friend of mine is working on an awesom

This is an excellent Noodles, but is not really located here - it is at 616 SE Washington, in Stadium Village/Four Corners.
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago
Murasaki is easily one of, if not the best Japanese in the Twin Cities area. Carefully prepared and delicious sushi, tasty bento boxes, and all-around excellent food. Probably the most authentic Japanese menu in the Twin Cities area. A little dark and the dining room is a little small, but it fits perfectly with the cozy, comfortable ambiance. Highly recommended!!!
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago
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