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Faculty

Meredith Frey, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Department of
Psychology

p/ 614.823.1698
e/ MFrey@otterbein.edu
Office: Psychology House 102

Education

  • Case Western Reserve University, Ph.D, 2006
  • Case Western Reserve University, M.A., 2005
  • Ursuline College, B.A., 2000

Research & Teaching Interests

  • Human intelligence relating to measurement of reaction time

Publications

  • Frey, M. C., & Detterman, D. K. (2004). Scholastic assessment or g? The relationship between the SAT and general cognitive ability. Psychological Science, 15 (6), 373-378 Frey, M. C., & Detterman, D. K. (2005). Regression basics: Rejoinder to Bridgeman. Psychological Science, 16 (9), 747
  • Frey, M. C. (under revision). The relationship between performance in near match-to-sample tasks and fluid intelligence.
  • Koenig, K. A., Frey, M. C., & Detterman, D. K. (2008). ACT and general cognitive ability. Intelligence, 36 (2), 153-160

Affiliations & Awards

  • Otterbein University Torch and Key Society, 2009
  • Otterbein University New Teacher of the Year, 2009
  • Case Western Reserve University Graduate Instructor Award, 2005
  • Mensa Research Award, 2004
  • National Institutes of Health Graduate Research Fellowship, 2001 to July 2005
  • Member, International Society for Intelligence Research, 2001 to Present
  • Member, Association for Psychological Science, 2009 to Present
  • Member, Midwestern Psychological Association, 2009 to Present
  • Member, Psi Chi (national psychology honorary), 2000 to Present

Personal Biography

Meredith Frey is an associate professor and experimental/quantitative psychologist with research interests in human intelligence. Two basic questions guide her work: 1) Why are some people more intelligent than others, and 2) How can we fairly measure intelligence, without also measuring learned information? She has received a grant from the U. S. Army Research Institute to develop a battery of fairly simple reaction time tasks that can be used to predict complex outcomes, like academic achievement or job performance, and can be used in place of traditional, more culturally laden, assessments. Dr. Frey teaches classes in Research Methods, Statistics, General Psychology, and Intelligence. Dr. Frey received the 2009 New Teacher of the Year award. Read the Opportunities Abound for Research article from Towers Magazine about Meredith's research.

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The Office of Academic Affairs is located in Roush Hall, 27 S. Grove St.

Office Hours

M-F: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Contact
p / 614.823.1556

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