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Elizabeth Bradley

Associate Professor
School for Graduate Studies
  • Grad Academic Division:
    • 518-783-6203 ext:5952
    • B.A. in Clinical Psychology, French from Tufts University
    • M.Ed. in School Psychology from University of Massachusetts Amherst
    • Ph.D. in School Psychology from University of Massachusetts Amherst
    Subjects of Interest
    • Psychology
    Professional Responsibilities / Bio

    Dr. Elizabeth Bradley is an associate professor in the School for Graduate Studies at SUNY Empire State College. She has been teaching at SUNY Empire since 2009. Dr. Bradley received her Ph.D. in School Psychology from the University of Massachusetts (Amherst) and her B.A. in Clinical Psychology and French from Tufts University. Prior to teaching at Empire State College, Dr. Bradley worked as a school psychologist and conducted research in the areas of substance use interventions, child neuropsychology and school-based interventions for at risk youth. Over the past few years, Dr. Bradley has conducted research on simulations in teacher education. She has investigated a number of teacher training simulations, including those focused on classroom management, identifying at-risk students, plagiarism prevention and bullying prevention, and has presented and published these results at national teaching and psychology conferences and in peer-reviewed journals.

    • Bradley, E.G & Doming, J. (2020). Training Special Education Teachers through Computer Simulations: Promoting Understanding of the Experiences of Students with Disabilities. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science.
    • Bradley, E.G. & Kendall, B.A. (2019). Training Teachers to Identify and Refer At-Risk Students through Computer Simulation. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science, 4(4), 340-345.
    • Bradley, E.G., Albright, G., McMillan, J., Shockley, K. (2019). Impact of a Simulation on Educator Support of LGBTQ Youth. Journal of LGBT Youth, 16(3), 317-339.
    • Domingo, J. & Bradley, E.G (2017). Education Student Perceptions of Virtual Reality as a Learning Tool. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 46(3), 329-342.
    • Bradley, E.G. (2015). Using Computer Simulations and Games to Prevent Student Plagiarism. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 44: 240-252.