Greg Trevors
Greg Trevors
Assistant professor, University of South Carolina
Verified email at mailbox.sc.edu
TitleCited byYear
Using trace data to examine the complex roles of cognitive, metacognitive, and emotional self-regulatory processes during learning with multi-agent systems
R Azevedo, J Harley, G Trevors, M Duffy, R Feyzi-Behnagh, F Bouchet, ...
International handbook of metacognition and learning technologies, 427-449, 2013
1332013
The curious case of climate change: Testing a theoretical model of epistemic beliefs, epistemic emotions, and complex learning
KR Muis, R Pekrun, GM Sinatra, R Azevedo, G Trevors, E Meier, ...
Learning and Instruction 39, 168-183, 2015
114*2015
Metacognition and self-regulated learning in student-centered leaning environments
R Azevedo, R Behnagh, MC Duffy, J Harley, G Trevors
Theoretical foundations of student-centered learning environments, 171-197, 2012
1092012
Clustering and profiling students according to their interactions with an intelligent tutoring system fostering self-regulated learning
F Bouchet, JM Harley, GJ Trevors, R Azevedo
JEDM| Journal of Educational Data Mining 5 (1), 104-146, 2013
942013
The effectiveness of pedagogical agents’ prompting and feedback in facilitating co-adapted learning with MetaTutor
R Azevedo, RS Landis, R Feyzi-Behnagh, M Duffy, G Trevors, JM Harley, ...
International conference on intelligent tutoring systems, 212-221, 2012
552012
Note-taking within MetaTutor: interactions between an intelligent tutoring system and prior knowledge on note-taking and learning
G Trevors, M Duffy, R Azevedo
Educational Technology Research and Development, 2014
522014
Self-regulated learning processes vary as a function of epistemic beliefs and contexts: Mixed method evidence from eye tracking and concurrent and retrospective reports
G Trevors, R Feyzi-Behnagh, R Azevedo, F Bouchet
Learning and Instruction 42, 31-46, 2016
492016
Self-Regulated Learning Processes Vary as a Function of Epistemic Beliefs and Contexts: Mixed Method Evidence from Eye Tracking and Concurrent and Retrospective Reports
G Trevors, R Feyzi Behnagh, R Azevedo, F Bouchet
Learning and Instruction, 0
49*
Identity and Epistemic Emotions during Knowledge Revision: A Potential Account for the Backfire Effect
G Trevors, K Muis, R Pekrun, G Sinatra, P Winne
Discourse Processes, 2016
462016
The Effects of Technology-Mediated Immediate Feedback on Kindergarten Students' Attitudes, Emotions, Engagement and Learning Outcomes During Literacy Skills Development
KR Muis, J Ranellucci, G Trevors, MC Duffy
Learning and Instruction 38, 1-13, 2015
412015
The Effects of Technology-Mediated Immediate Feedback on Kindergarten Students' Attitudes, Emotions, Engagement and Learning Outcomes During Literacy Skills Development
KR Muis, J Ranellucci, G Trevors, M Duffy
Learning and Instruction, 0
41*
Exploring the relations between epistemic beliefs, emotions, and learning from texts
GJ Trevors, KR Muis, R Pekrun, GM Sinatra, MML Muijselaar
Contemporary Educational Psychology 48, 116-132, 2017
392017
Epistemic climate for epistemic change
KR Muis, G Trevors, M Chevrier, JA Greene, WA Sandoval, I Bråten
Handbook of epistemic cognition, 331-359, 2016
292016
What were they thinking? Using cognitive interviewing to examine the validity of self-reported epistemic beliefs
KR Muis, M Duffy, G Trevors, J Ranellucci, M Foy
International Education Research 2, 17-32, 2014
272014
Testing the TIDE: Examining the nature of students’ epistemic beliefs using a mixed methods approach.
KR Muis, G Trevors, MC Duffy, J Ranellucci, MJ Foy
Journal of Experimental Education, 2015
26*2015
Quality Learning from Texts We Read
P Kendeou, G Trevors
Enhancing the Quality of Learning: Dispositions, Instruction, and Learning …, 2012
21*2012
Effects of text structure, reading goals and epistemic beliefs on conceptual change
G Trevors, KR Muis
Journal of Research in Reading, 2014
132014
Exploring relations between teachers’ beliefs, instructional practices, and students’ beliefs in statistics
MC Duffy, KR Muis, MJ Foy, G Trevors, J Ranellucci
92016
Assessing learning with MetaTutor, a multi-agent hypermedia learning environment
JM Harley, F Bouchet, N Papaioannou, C Carter, GJ Trevors, ...
82014
Metacognition and self-regulated learning with advanced learning technologies
R Azevedo, R Behnagh, M Duffy, J Harley, G Trevors
Theoretical foundations of learning environments, 171-197, 2012
82012
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