A behavioral coder and research assistant at iSAT, Quinton’s research interest is focused on collaborative problem solving (CPS) processes within E-gaming environments. During graduate school, Quinton assisted in the development of behavioral indicators to better predict problem-solving outcomes. At the core of this research is the idea that CPS includes a host of interpersonal thoughts, feelings and behaviors that may influence participants within the group. His past research investigated collaborative problem-solving behaviors and solution outcomes in game-based environments seeking to identify and correlate indicators to these dynamic behaviors.
Prior to joining the University of Colorado, Boulder, Quinton worked as a behavioral coder for the DynamiCog Lab at ASU and taught psychology at Mesa Community College. In his free time, he regularly volunteers with the Arizona Border Collie Rescue as a dog foster.