Biographical   Research  Teaching Other Interests Psychology Dept.
 
Courses Taught

Undergraduate
PSYC 1101: Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 1311: Using Computers in Psychology

PSYC 3311: Research Methods
PSYC 3215: Learning (with Lab)
PSYC 3216: Motivation & Emotion
PSYC 3217: Physiological Psychology
PSYC 3227: Physiological Psychology Laboratory
PSYC 3311: Experimental Psychology

Graduate

PSYC 7101 Conditioning and Behavior
PSYC 6200 Biological Basis of Behavior

Publications/Awards Relevant to Undergraduate Teaching

Vigorito, M. (2008).  An Electronic Workbook for Assessing the Dunn et al (2007) Quality Benchmarks in Undergraduate Psychology Programs. Office of Teaching Resources in Psychology Online. http://teachpsych.org/otrp/resources/resources.php?category=Outcomes

Project Director for CDI-6 renewal: Large Enrollment Course Redesign Project: The next phase of Technology-Enabled Curriculum Development (Provost and Dean's Challenge Grant - $17, 000) 2004-2005

Project Director for  CDI-6: Large Enrollment Course Redesign Project: The next phase of Technology-Enabled Curriculum Development (Provost and Deanís Challenge Grant - $143, 000) 2002-2004

Vigorito, M. (2002).  APA Style Assistant: An Electronic Primer on APA Style. OTRP 2002 Instructional Research Award (IRA) Recipient. [Withdrawn]  Download a copy here

Levy, J., Burton, G., Mickler, S, & Vigorito, M.(1999). A curriculum matrix for psychology program review.  Teaching of Psychology, 79, 131-142.

Vigorito, M. (1996).  An animal rights attitude survey of undergraduate psychology students. Psychological Reports, 79, 131-142. 

Vigorito, M. & Greco-Vigorito, C. (1992; 1995). Instructor's manual to accompany D. Bukatko & M. Daehler's Child Development. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin.

Greco-Vigorito, C. & Vigorito, M. (1992;1995). Study guide to accompany D. Bukatko and M. Daehler's Child Development. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin.

Greco-Vigorito, C. & Vigorito, M. (1992;1995). Test bank for D. Bukatko & M. Daehler's Child Development. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin

Vigorito, M. (1990) National Science Foundation (NSF) Instrumentation and Laboratory Improvement (ILI) grant entitled "Establishing a Physiological Psychology Laboratory" ($5,780.00). Awarded April 15, 1990 to September 30, 1992.

Faculty Excellence Award (1995), Seton Hall University.

Presentations

Vigorito, M. & Teague, S. (2005). Introductory Psychology Large Course Redesign. Presented at the Roadmap-to-Redesign Workshop, Baltimore Maryland, June 16 2005.

Vigorito M. (2005). Preparing students for the research experience in the large-enrollment introductory psychology course.  Council of Undergraduate Psychology Programs (CUPP) Symposium at EPA 2004, Boston Massachusetts

Root, D., Vigorito, M. & Teague, S. (2005).  Redesigning the Large Introductory Psychology Course: Preliminary Evaluation of a Hybrid Format.  Poster Presented at the American Psychological Society, Los Angeles California.

Vigorito, M.  & Teague, S. (2004, May 5). The Introductory Psychology Hybrid Course.  Paper presented at the conference Is it Time to Redesign? Critical Features of Redesigning College and University Courses with Examples of Current Best Practice, May 5, 2004 Seton Hall University/NJEdge 

Vigorito, M. & Teague, S. (2004, April 5).  Integration of Computer-Based Learning Activities into Introductory Psychology Courses.  Paper presented at Seton Hall University Academic Exposition Faculty Research Day, 2004

Skeele, R., Carter, D., Shea, K. & Vigorito. M. (2003). Portfolio Development: Cultivating Organizational, Faculty, and Student Collaboration for Growth.  AAHE Learning to Change Conference, Washington DC. March 14-17.

Vigorito, M.(2002). The Electronic College Portfolio as a Self-Directed, Life-Long Learning Process. Teaching and Learning Technology Roundtable Best Practices Showcase, Seton Hall University,  November 16, 2002 [PowerPoint ]

Vigorito, M.(2002).  Integrating the Web and Microsoft Office in the Classroom. Teaching and Learning Technology Roundtable Best Practices Showcase, Seton Hall University, April 16, 2002 [PowerPoint]