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NameAffiliationCountry
Jennifer DanielsCentral Michigan UniversityUnited States
Isidoro P. DavidPhilippines
Jeffrey DawsonUnited States
Robert delMasUniversity of MinnesotaUnited States
Francisco de Los ReyesUniv. of the PhilippinesPhilippines
Bruno de SousaUniversity of CoimbraPortugal
Arjen de VettenFPP, Educational NeuroscienceNetherlands
Ivo DinovUniversity of MichiganUnited States
Lamine DiopAFRISTATMali
Mine DogucuThe Ohio State UniversityUnited States
Christine DullerAustria
Ksenija DumicicFaculty of Economics and Business, University of ZagrebCroatia
Michal DvirIsrael
Sada Nand DwivediAll India Inst. of Medical SciencesIndia
Bradford DykesGrand Valley State UniversityUnited States
Adriana Graciela D´AmelioFacultad de Ciencias Económicas y Facultad de Ciencias PolíticasArgentina
Pedro Díaz MuñozLuxembourg
 
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Name:Robert delMas
ISI member
Email:delma001@umn.edu
Webpage:https://sites.google.com/umn.edu/delma001/home
 
Department:250 Education Sciences Building
Affiliation:University of Minnesota
Address:56 East River Road
MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55455
Country:United States
 
Biography:

Bob delMas is Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota. He served as the Editor of the IASE Statistics Education Research Journal and on the editorial panels of the Journal of Statistics Education and the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education. He is a Fellow of the American Statistical Association and served as the chair of two ASA committees on statistical education. His primary research interests are in the study of educational experiences that promote conceptual change and development and the assessment of conceptual understanding. He has been a co-PI with other leaders in statistics education on five projects funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and served as an adviser to other NSF-funded statistics education projects.