Barry Zimmerman

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Barry J. Zimmerman is an educational researcher at the City University of New York, where he holds the title Distinguished Professor of Educational Psychology. He has written over 100 scholarly publications on learning and motivation, many describing his research and theories on self-regulated learning. In 2011, Zimmerman was awarded the E.L. Thorndike Career Achievement award by the American Psychological Association's Division of Educational Psychology.[1]

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  1. ^ APA Division 15, "Past Recipients of the E.L. Thorndike Career Achievement Awards", [1], Retrieved 2012-02-20.