A sample of Roger Ray's scholarship is given below. For a full list, see the CV.
Ray, J. M., & Ray, R. D. (2008). Train-To-Code: An Adaptive Expert System for Training Systematic Observation and Coding Skills. Behavior Research Methods. 40(3), 673-693.
Ray, R. D. & Belden, N. (2007). Teaching college level content and reading comprehension skills via an artificially intelligent adaptive computerized instruction system. Psychological Record, 57, 201-218.
Ray, R. D. (2005). Verplank's Glossary/Thesaurus of Behavioral Terms (Internet version). Akron, Oho: Archives of the History of American Psychology. Online at: http://www.ai2inc.com
Ray, R. D., Belden, N. R. & Eckerman, D. A. (2005). Learning tutorial topics for CyberRat. Winter Park, FL: (AI)2, Inc.
Ray, R. D. (2004). Adaptive computerized educational systems: A case study. In D. Moran and R. Mallott (Eds.), Evidence-based educational methods (pp. 143-170). San Diego, CA: Elsevier, Academic Press.
Ray, R. D. (2004). Contracting for success. In M. O'Sullivan, S. Blossey, E. Gregory, S. Nassif, & G. Williams (Eds.), Fiat Lux: Teaching in paradise (pp. 253-264). Winter Park, FL: Angel Alley Press.
Ray, R. D. (2003). CyberRat (Version 2.0). Winter Park, FL: (AI)2, Inc.