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M. Posner, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 39-42.
A major achievement of the first twenty years of neuroimaging is to reveal the brain networks that underlie fundamental aspects of attention, memory and expertise. We examine some…
Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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G. Kortemeyer, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 5 (1), 010107 (2009).
The two genders make different use of being allowed multiple tries to solve online homework problems: male students frequently attempt to immediately solve the problem, while female…
  
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W. Adams, K. Perkins, M. Dubson, N. Finkelstein, and C. Wieman, PERC 2004 Proceedings, 45-48.
The Colorado Learning Attitudes about Science Survey (CLASS) is a new instrument designed to measure various facets of student attitudes and beliefs about learning physics. This…
  
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U. Wutchana, N. Emarat, and E. Etkina, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 305-308.
In our project we attempted to determine if students whose beliefs about physics are more expert-like and less expert-like, as judged by the CLASS survey, are different in terms of…
  
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D. Rosengrant, C. Thomson, and T. Mzoughi, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 249-252.
In order to help introductory physics students understand and learn to solve problems with circuits, we must first understand how they differ from experts. This preliminary study…
  
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N. Podolefsky, W. Adams, and C. Wieman, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 229-232.
We examine student choices while using PhET computer simulations (sims) to learn physics content. In interviews, students were given questions from the Force Concept Inventory (FCI)1…
  
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D. McBride and D. Zollman, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 209-212.
This study focuses on how students apply previous learning of light and basic geometric optics to the context of wavefront aberrometry. In one aspect of this study we compared the…
  
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A. Mason and C. Singh, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 197-200.
An assumed attribute of expert physicists is that they learn readily from their own mistakes. Experts are unlikely to make the same mistakes when asked to solve a problem a second…
  
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J. Hawkins, J. Thompson, and M. Wittmann, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 161-164.
In a series of ten two-dimensional graphical vector addition questions with varying visual representations, most students stuck to a single solution method, be it correct or…
  
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E. Brewe, L. Kramer, and G. O'Brien, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 105-108.
We describe our initial efforts at implementing social network analysis to visualize and quantify student interactions in Florida International University's Physics Learning Center.…
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