List of Research

Burrus, J., Elliott, D., Brenneman, M., Markle, R., Carney, L., Moore, G., Betancourt, A., Jackson, T., Robbins, S. B., Kyllonen, P. C., & Roberts, R. D. (in press). Putting and keeping students on track: Towards a comprehensive model of persistence and goal attainment. Educational Testing Service Research Report. Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service.

Habley, W., Bloom, J., & Robbins, S. (2012). Increasing persistence: Research-based strategies for college success. Jossey-Bass: San Francisco, CA.

Casillas, A., Robbins, S., Allen, J., Kuo,Y., Hanson, M. A., & Schmeiser, C. (2012). Predicting early academic failure in high school from prior academic achievement, psychosocial characteristics, and behavior. Journal of Educational Psychology, 104(2), 407–420.

Porchea, S., Allen, J., Robbins, S., & Phelps, R. (2010). Predictors of long-term enrollment and degree outcomes for community college students: Integrating academic, psychosocial, socio-demographic, and situational factors. Journal of Higher Education, 81(6), 750–778.

Robbins, S., Oh, I., Le, H., & Button, C. (2009). Intervention effects on college performance and retention, mediated by motivational, emotional, and social control factors: Integrated meta-analytic path analyses. Journal of Applied Psychology, 94(5), 1163–1184.

Robbins, S., Allen, J., Casillas, A., Akamigbo, A., Saltonstall, M., Cole, R., Mahoney, E., & Gore, P. (2009). Associations of resource and service utilization, risk level, and college outcomes. Research in Higher Education, 50(1), 101–118.

Allen, J., Robbins, S., Casillas, A., & Oh, I. (2008) Third-year college retention and transfer: effects of academic performance, motivation, and social connectedness. Research in Higher Education, 49(7), 647–664.

Robbins, S., Allen, J., Casillas, A., Peterson, C., & Le, H. (2006). Unraveling the differential effects of motivational and skills, social, and self-management measures from traditional predictors of college outcomes. Journal of Educational Psychology, 98, 598–616.

Robbins, S., Lauver, K., Le, H., Langley, R., Davis, D., & Carlstrom, A. (2004). Do psychosocial and study skill factors predict college outcomes? A meta-analysis. Psychological Bulletin, 130, 261–288.

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