Daniell DiFrancesca, Ph.D.

Daniell DiFrancesca, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology, Psychology program and Applied Clinical Psychology M.A. program
Faculty Affiliate, Susan Hirt Hagen CORE
Office Phone
Office Location
102 Turnbull
ERIE, PA 16563

    Exploring the interplay between attributions and metacognitive monitoring ability in a post-secondary classroom, The Journal of Experimental Education - 2021
    Collaborators: Dan Spencer, Author; John Nietfeld, Author; Array Li Cao, Author

    Utilizing Picture Books to Teach Through Notable Women in Science, Science Scope - November, 2020
    Collaborators: Lisa Ciecierski; Jodie Styers

    Changes in Teaching Efficacy Beliefs among Elementary Preservice Teachers from a STEM-focused Program: Case Study Analysis, Journal of Interdisciplinary Teacher Leadership (JoITL) Vol - 2018
    Collaborators: Margareta Thomson, Author; Sarah Carrier, Author; Carrie Lee, Author; Temple Walkowiak, Author

    Using metacognitive scaffolding to develop problem solving skills in k-12 computer-based learning environments - 2017
    Collaborator: John Nietfeld, Author

    Teaching efficacy: exploring relationships between mathematics and science self-efficacy beliefs, PCK and domain knowledge among preservice teachers from the United States, TEACHER DEVELOPMENT - 2017
    Collaborators: Margareta Thomson, Author; Sarah Carrier, Author; Carrie Lee, Author

    A comparison of high and low achieving students on self-regulated learning variables, LEARNING AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES - 2016
    Collaborators: John Nietfeld, Author; Li Cao, Author

    The role of observation in the recall of informational text, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH - 2015
    Collaborators: John Nietfeld, Author; Roger Bruning, Author

    Where Is the" E" in STEM for Young Children? Engineering Design Education in an Elementary Teacher Preparation Program., Issues in Teacher Education - 2014
    Collaborators: Carrie Lee, Author; Ellen McIntyre, Author

    A STEM-focused elementary teacher preparation program: Candidate and alumni perceptions, Teacher Education and Practice - 2013
    Collaborators: Ellen Mcintyre, Author; Temple Walkowiak, Author; Margareta Thomson, Author; Sarah Carrier, Author; Carrie Lee, Author; Elizabeth Greive, Author; Rebecca Zulli, Author; Michael Maher, Author

    The impact of genetic background and Bid on the phenotype of Bcl-2-deficiency in mice, APOPTOSIS - 2008
    Collaborators: Hong-Min Ni, Author; Xiaoyun Chen, Author; Lei Chen, Author; Hisashi Harada, Author; Xiao-Ming Yin, Author

    Promotion of fas-mediated apoptosis in type II cells by high doses of hepatocyte growth factor bypasses the mitochondrial requirement, JOURNAL OF CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY - 2007
    Collaborators: Yongge Zhao, Author; Xue Wang, Author; Reza Zarnegar, Author; George Michalopoulos, Author; Xiao-Ming Yin, Author

    Deletion of Bid impedes cell proliferation and hepatic carcinogenesis., The American journal of pathology - May 1, 2005
    Collaborators: Lu Bai, Author; H Ni, Author; X Chen, Author; X Yin, Author

    Bid-dependent generation of oxygen radicals promotes death receptor activation-induced apoptosis in murine hepatocytes., Hepatology (Baltimore, Md.) - August 1, 2004
    Collaborators: Wei Ding, Author; H Ni, Author; D Stolz, Author; X Yin, Author


    Ph D, Educational Psychology, North Carolina State University

    MA, Science Education, University of Pittsburgh

    BS, Biology, University of Pittsburgh