Fall 2021 Office Hours: Tuesdays 1-2:15 PM, Wednesdays 10-11:15 AM, and by appointment.
Anjoo Sikka has been a member of Geneseo faculty since 2012.
Area of Interest
- Educational Psychology
- Teacher attitudes toward, and competence in, educational assessment
- Cultural factors in the impact of Self-Silencing in intimate relationships
- First- and second generation-immigrant teenagers’ experiences in the U.S.
- Asian students' experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic
- Program assessment of teacher education programs
Ph.D., Educational Psychology (Specialization in Creativity and Giftedness), Minor: Special Education, Mississippi State University, 1991
M.A., Clinical Psychology, Maharaja Sayajirao University, 1985
B.A., Major: Psychology, Minor: Statistics, Maharaja Sayajirao University, 1983
Recent Courses Taught
PSYC 215 - Child Development
PSYC 250 - Behavioral Statistics
PSYC 202 - Educational Psychology
Sikka, A., Vaden-Goad, L., Waldner, L. (2010). Authentic self-expression: Gender, ethnicity, and culture. In Jack, D., & Ali, A. (Eds.). The depression epidemic: International perspectives on women’s psychological distress and self-silencing. UK: Oxford University Press.
Sikka, A. (2009). Investigating, understanding and honoring diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds: Asian and south Asian students. In Van Horn, L. (Ed.) Reading on the edge: Enabling, empowering, and engaging middle school readers. Christopher E. Gordon publishers. (note: chapter published with Y. Padron & S. McIntosh: Each co-author is an individual author of a sub-section)
Sikka, A., Nath, J.L., & Cohen, M. (2008). A longitudinal case study of assessment-related knowledge and attitudes of a preservice teacher of mathematics. International Journal of Case Method Research & Application. 20(3), 277-284.
PSYC 202: Educational Psychology
Considers the principles of learning and teaching, measurement and evaluation, and growth and development of the individual, as they relate to the classroom and other situations.
PSYC 215: S/Child Development
An overview of the nature and course of human development from conception through childhood. Topics include physical, perceptual, cognitive, linguistic, social, emotional, and personality development.
PSYC 250: R/Intro-Behavioral Statistics
Computation, application, and interpretation of the major descriptive and introductory inferential techniques. Topics include measurement, frequency distributions, graphing, central tendency, variability, binomial and normal distributions, standard scores, correlation, regression, hypothesis testing, z-tests, one-sample t-tests, two-sample t-tests, analysis of variance, and nonparametric significance tests.