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Psychology

 

Dr. John Kraft


Associate Professor
SC 223
912.344.3100
John.Kraft@armstrong.edu
http://psych.armstrong.edu/faculty/kraft/



Academic Vita

  • Ph.D. in Psychology, University of New Hampshire
  • M.A. in Psychology, University of New Hampshire
  • B.A. in Psychology, Northern Arizona University

Research Areas

  • Behavior Analysis
  • Behaviorism
  • Social Behavior
  • History of Psychology

Presentations:
Breitenbach, S. O., Kraft, J. R., & Roberts, J. E. (2008, March). Ratemyprofessors.com: A chili pepper for accuracy. Southeastern Psychological Association, Charlottte, NC.

Kraft, J. R., & Roberts, J. E.. (2007, May). Online text in introductory psychology course leads to an increase in "quitters." Association for Psychological Science, Washington, DC.

Roberts, J. E., & Kraft, J. R. (2007, May). Ratemyprofessors.com: Should we give it a chili pepper for accuracy? Association for Psychological Science, Washington, DC.

Benners, G.A. & Kraft, J. R. (2003, May). Human group choice: The relationship between travel cost and the ideal free distribution. American Psychological Society, Atlanta, GA.

Scott, V.B., Kraft, J. R., & Taylor, S. A. (2003, May). Impact of empirically derived prerequisites for a psychological research course. American Psychological Society, Atlanta, GA.

Kraft, J. R. (2003, May). Counter-control and social change. Association of Behavior Analysis, San Francisco, CA.

Kraft, J. R. (2003, May). Modeling group choice with a hyperbolic-discounting equation. Association of Behavior Analysis, San Francisco, CA.

Kraft, J. R. (2002, May). Group choice and group discounting. Association of Behavior Analysis, Toronto, Canada.

Publications:
Kraft, J. R., Baum, W. M., Burge, M. J. (2002). Group choice and individual choices: Modeling human social behavior with the ideal free distribution. Behavioural Processes, 57, 227-240.