EDUCATION Ph.D., 1966 (Psychology and Psychometrics), Princeton University. B.A., 1963 (Psychology, magna cum laude), Harvard University.
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND SERVICE Professor (2001 onward), University of Washington. Adjunct Professor, (1990 onward) School of Education, University of California at Berkeley. Principal Scientist (1990-2000), Educational Testing Service. Division Scientist (1987-1990), Senior Scientist (1975-1987), BBN Laboratories. Assistant Professor (1968-1975), Brandeis University. Member of the AAAS, American Educational Research Association, Cognitive Science Society, National Association for Research in Science Teaching, and Sigma Xi. Chair, Lindquist Award Committee, American Educational Research Association, 1997-1998; Member: Technical Advisory Committee, California Assessment Program. 1990-1995; National Center for Research in Mathematical Sciences Education, 1990-1995. Editorial: Journal of the Learning Sciences.
SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS Frederiksen, J. R., & White, B. Y. (2002). Conceptualizing and constructing linked models: Creating coherence in complex knowledge systems. In P. Brna, M. Baker, K. Stenning and A. Tiberghien (Eds.), The Role of Communication in Learning to Model. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. Frederiksen, J. R., White, B. Y., & Gutwill, J. (in press). Dynamic mental models in learning science: The importance of constructing derivational linkages among models. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 28(9), 799-822. Frederiksen, J. R., Sipusic, M., Sherin, M., and