Professor Robert Durham has been a professor of psychology at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs for 30 years. After obtaining his doctorate in experimental psychology at Vanderbilt University, he moved directly to Colorado Springs. At UCCS, he has taught a variety of topics, many centering on methodological issues (e.g., program evaluation, research design, multivariate statistics, and psychometric theory). He has been a principal investigator (or co-PI) on numerous grants and contracts. He has authored/co-authored over 60 publications and presentations. He has recently become involved in research concerning the assessment of attitudes towards child sexual abuse and the etiology of sexual offending. He brings a strong psychometric and methodological background to this content area.
Psychometrics, statistics, program evaluation, and differential attitudes toward and etiology of sexual abusers.
Coolidge, F. L., Tambone, G. M., Durham, R. L., & Segal, D. L. (In press). Retrospective assessments of childhood psychopathologies by adults and their parents. Psychology.
Leon, B, Ricks, E., Durham, R. L., & Lightstone, P. (2010, December) Pierce County Alliance Meth Family Services: Evaluation of expanded services under U. S. Health & Human Services grant (2007 - 2010). Final report (127 pages).
Cascaval, R.C., Fogler, K.A., Abrams, G.D., & Durham, R.L. (2008). Evaluating the benefits of providing online lectures to in-class students enrolled in math courses. Journal Of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 12 (3-4), 61-70.
Rains, J.R., Kelly, C.A., & Durham, R.L. (2008). The evolution of the importance of multi-sensory teaching techniques in elementary mathematics: Theory and practice. Journal of Theory and Practice in Education, 4 (2), 239-252.
Simons, D.A., Wurtele, S. K., & Durham, R.L. (2008). Developmental experiences of child molesters and rapists. Child Abuse & Neglect, 32 (5), 549-560.