Nina B. Eduljee
Nina B. EduljeeProfessor, Psychology Department
PhD, Temple University
MA, University of Georgia
MA, University of Bombay, India
BA, University of Bombay, India

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Nina B. Eduljee is a professor of psychology at Saint Joseph’s College. She actively presents her research at various national and international conferences on topics including attitudes toward the use of technology, specifically examining students’ attitudes towards technology, with a focus on cross-cultural research. Her current research endeavors include a collaborative long-term project examining memory strategies, learning strategies and motivation of college students, examining student engagement in college, and investigating statistical anxiety.


New England Psychological Association
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(* Denotes Student Co-authors)

Girlando, A., & Eduljee, N. (2016).  “Efficacy of Using Digital Technology in the Classroom.” Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, 4(5), 177-186.

Barry, D. C.,* & Eduljee, N  (2016, October) “Attitudes And Stereotypes Towards LGBT Individuals Among College Students: A Study Of Gender Differences.”  Poster Presentation to the Annual Meeting of the New England Psychological Association, MA.

Bradley, M.,* & Eduljee, N. (2016, October). “An Investigation Of The Relationship Between Musical Training And Academic Achievement With Undergraduate College Students.” Poster Presentation to the Annual Meeting of the New England Psychological Association, MA.

Eduljee, N., & Kumar, S. S. (2015).  “Patterns of internet use with Indian students from aided and unaided colleges.” Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, 3(7), 32-43.

Eduljee, N., & LeBourdais, P. M.* (2015).  “Investigating gender differences in statistics anxiety with undergraduate college students.” International Journal of Indian Psychology, 2(3), 69-82.

Eduljee, N., & Michaud, R. G.* (2014). “Student perceptions and levels of satisfaction about academic advising.” International Journal of Psychosocial Research, 3(1), 1-12.

Eduljee, N. (2014).  “Relationship Between Faculties of Study and Computer Attitudes of Male and Female College Students in India” (p. 134-153). In R. Singh (ed.) Reaching Our Voices: Psychology of Women, Lambert Publishers: Germany.

Emond, A. E., & Eduljee, N. (2014).  “Gender differences: What we seek in romantic and sexual partners.” Universal Journal of Psychology, 2(2),90-94.

Eduljee, N. (2013).  “Locus of control as a predictor of indian college students’ attitudes towards computers.” Humanities and Social Science Studies, 2(3), 100-108.

Alfano, H. J., & Eduljee, N. (2013).  “Differences in Work, Levels of Involvement, and Academic Performance Between Residential and Commuter Students.” College Student Journal, 47(2), 334-342.


Eduljee, N., Murphy, L., Emigh-Guy, M., & Croteau, K. (2022). Student Perceptions About Course Delivery Modality Preferences During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Annual Meeting of the New England  Psychological Association.

Excursions/Trips with Students or for Academic Research

Encourage students to attend: Northeast Undergraduate Research Development Symposium (NURDS, Biddeford, ME)


CPP/Myers-Briggs Co. Grant - research grants worth $10,525 to study the relationship between the Myers-Briggs Extraversion-Introversion dichotomy and students’ preferences for classroom teaching and participation methods. (2017)

U.S. Geological Survey Award - a $28,200 grant to support their collaborative remote sensing buoy project with the Portland Water District, “Real Time Data for Sebago Lake to Support Sustainable Water Resource Management, Lake Research, and Community Engagement.” (2017)