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Raymond Fleming, PhD

Professor, Dean
 Raymond Fleming
(414) 229-5663
Enderis Hall 898A


  • PhD, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, 1986

Interests & Expertise

Raymond Fleming’s research interests are in stress and coping, aging, risk perception, and sexuality and health. He conducts laboratory experiments, quasi-experimental field studies, and survey research on the affective, behavioral, and physiological aspects of health, stress, and emotion.

Selected Publications

Fleming, R., Kienzler, S., Stoiber, L. C., Fleming, R. R., Pedrick, L. E., & Reddy, D. M. (2018). Randomized controlled trials of U-Pace instruction: Outcomes in two gateway courses. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 34(6).
Fleming, R., Pedrick, L., Stoiber, L., Kienzler, S., Fleming, R. R., & Reddy, D. M. (2018). Increasing undergraduate success: A randomized controlled trial of U-Pace instruction. under review in the Online Learning Journal.
Stearns, S. S., Fleming, R., & Fero, L. J. (2017). Attenuating physiological arousal through the manipulation of simple hand movements. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 42(1), 39-50.
Toussaint, L. L., Lange, L. J., Chen, W., Hodge, M., O’Connor, M., & Fleming, R. (2017). Control-oriented coping buffers stress responses in evacuees from a technological accident. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 22(3), 1-15.
Nakajima, M., Wei-Ru, C., & Fleming, R. (2017). Effects of unrecognized arousal on positive and negative emotions. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research.
Levine, J. C., Burns, E., Whittle, J., Fleming, R., Knudson, P., Flax, S., & Leventhal, H. (2016). Randomized trial of technology-assisted self-monitoring of blood glucose by low-income seniors: improved glycemic control in type 2 diabetes mellitus. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 39(6), 1001-1008.
Fleming, R., Stoiber, L., Pfeiffer, H., Kienzler, S., Fleming, R. R., Pedrick, L., Barth, D., & Reddy, D. M. (2016). Using U-Pace instruction to improve the academic performance of economically disadvantaged undergraduates. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 32, 304-313.
Fleming, R., Pedrick, L., & Reddy, D. M. (2016). Progress on U-Pace instruction. EDUCAUSE Review.
Levine, J. C., Fleming, R., Piedmont, J. I., Cain, S. M., & Chen, W. (2016). Heart rate variability and generalized anxiety disorder during laboratory-induced worry and aversive imagery. Journal of Affective Disorders, 205, 207-215.
Crowley (student), O., Marquette (student), J., Reddy, D. M., & Fleming, R. (2013). Factors predicting likelihood of eating irradiated meat. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 43(1), 95-105.
Rameshbabu (student), A., Reddy, D. M., & Fleming, R. (2013). Correlates of negative physical health in call center shift workers. Applied Ergonomics, 44, 350-354.
Reddy, D. M., Fleming, R., Jirovec, D. L., Pedrick, L. E., Pfeiffer, H. M., & Stoiber, L. C. (2013). Increasing student success in higher education through U-Pace instruction. Higher Learning Commission Collection of Papers on Self-study and Institutional Improvment.
Reddy, D. M., Fleming, R., Pedrick, L. E., Jirovec (student), D. L., Pfeiffer (student), H. M., Ports (student), K. A., Barnack-Tavlaris (student), J. L., Helion (student), A. M., & Swain, R. (2013). U-Pace instruction: improving student success by integrating content mastery and amplified assistance. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 17(1), 147-154.
Reddy, D. M., Fleming, R., & Pedrick, L. E. (2012). Increasing student success: Evaluating the effectiveness of U-Pace instruction at UWM. EDUCAUSE Seeking Evidence of Impact Case Study Series.
Reddy, D. M., Fleming, R., Pedrick, L. E., Ports (student), K. A., Barnack-Tavlaris (student), J. L., Helion (student), A. M., & Swain, R. (2011). U-Pace: Facilitating academic success for all students. Educause Quarterly, EDUCAUSE Quarterly, 34(4).

Courses Taught

  • Psych 193: Stress and Coping
  • Psych 510: Advanced Psychological Statistics
  • Psych 610: Experimental Design
  • Psych 656: Psychophysiology
  • Psych 756: Psychophysiology