Krenn, Jamie L. (jlg2102)

Jamie L. Krenn

Adjunct Associate Professor
Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychology and Education
212-678-3882

Office Location:

453 GDodge

Office Hours:

By Appointment

TC Affiliations:

Educational Background

B.S. in Art Therapy & Psychology, Summa Cum Laude, C.W. Post of Long Island University
M.A. in Developmental Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University
M.A. in Educational Psychology: Cognitive Studies in Education, Teachers College, Columbia University 
M.Phil. in Educational Psychology: Cognitive Studies in Education, Teachers College, Columbia University 
Ph.D. in Educational Psychology: Cognitive Studies in Education, Teachers College, Columbia University 

Scholarly Interests

Dr. Krenn's research interests include cognitive, developmental and socio-emotional effects of media specifically within children's educational television, as well as concepts in culinary cognition.

Selected Publications

Krenn, J. L., Chan, M. M., & Wang, K. (2022). Managing Work From Home With Young Children: A Realistic and Technology- Enhanced Guide. In Handbook of Research on New Media, Training, and Skill Development for the Modern Workforce (pp. 21-46). IGI Global.

Krenn, J. L. (2019). Developing an “App-titude” for Cooking: Helping Adults Promote Positive Cooking Skills With Children via Mobile Web-Based Accessible Media. In Advancing Mobile Learning in Contemporary Educational Spaces (pp. 24-59). IGI Global.

Krenn J.L. (2016). Cooking with “Attitude” & “App-titude” Suggestions for Today’s Mobile Media Developers to Help Parents Promote Positive Life-Long Skills in the Kitchen.  In D. Mentor’s (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Mobile Learning in Contemporary Classrooms. Advances in Mobile and Distance Learning (AMDL) Book Series.

Krenn J.L. & Hachey, A. C. (Spring, 2015). How Preschool Children and Early Primary Educators Can Promote Positive Life-Long Skills in the Kitchen. Texas Childcare.
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