UW–Madison’s Martina Rau is one of the most productive researchers in the world in her field, according to an analysis just published in Educational Psychology Review. The analysis also ranked UW–Madison among the
top 10 institutions globally for educational psychology research productivity.
The study examined the number of research publications in the educational psychology journals Cognition and Instruction, Contemporary Educational Psychology, Educational Psychologist, Educational Psychology Review, and the Journal of Educational Psychology on an individual and institutional level between 2015 and 2021.
The authors of the study argued measuring individual and institutional research productivity provides a clear way to gauge meaningful contributions to the field.