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C. Singh, M. Belloni, and W. Christian, Phys. Today, 59 (8), 43-49 (2006).
Richard Feynman once famously stated that nobody understands quantum mechanics. He was, of course, referring to the many strange, unintuitive foundational aspects of quantum theory…
Computing in Science and Engineering
  
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M. Belloni and W. Christian, Comp. Sci. Eng., 5 (1), 90-96 (2003).
This article presents the use of Physlet-based questions with proven pedagogical techniques to improve student conceptual understanding. Physlet problems are used in a…
  
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T. Yuksel, N. Rebello, and L. Bryan, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 456-459.
Research suggests that students’ conceptual models play an essential role in their understanding. Therefore, model-based inquiry has been considered as an instructional method in…
  
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C. Singh, E. Marshman, and C. Keebaugh, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 372-375.
We discuss an investigation of student difficulties with the fine structure corrections to the energy spectrum of the hydrogen atom in the context of degenerate perturbation theory…
  
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E. Marshman, C. Keebaugh, and C. Singh, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 260-263.
We discuss an investigation of student difficulties with the corrections to the energy spectrum of the hydrogen atom for the strong and weak field Zeeman effects using degenerate…
  
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Publishers: University of Maryland Physics Education Research Group and University of Colorado at Boulder - Online Resource
This web site provides a series of tutorials developed to support students in transforming their ontological conceptions about quantum phenomena: their sense of whether something is…
  
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C. Porter, A. Bogdan, and A. Heckler, PERC 2016 Proceedings, 244-247.
This study examined student difficulties related to the potential in the hydrogen atom, and the corresponding ground state, with special attention paid to the role of the Jacobian.…
  
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H. Sadaghiani and J. Munteanu, PERC 2015 Proceedings, 287-290.
As part of ongoing research in teaching and learning quantum mechanics using the Spin First approach, we are investigating student learning of basic introductory quantum concepts in…
  
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B. Dreyfus, E. Sohr, A. Gupta, and A. Elby, PERC 2015 Proceedings, 111-114.
Quantum mechanics can seem like a departure from everyday experience of the physical world, but constructivist theories assert that learners build new ideas from their existing ones.…
American Journal of Physics
  
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G. Zhu and C. Singh, Am. J. Phys., 80 (3), 252-259 (2012).
We explore the difficulties that advanced undergraduate and graduate students have with non-relativistic quantum mechanics of a single particle in one spatial dimension. To…