Publications by SRRI members

Konold & Falk (1992)

Konold, Clifford E. & Falk, Ruma (1992), "Encoding difficulty: A psychological basis for 'misperceptions' of randomness", In W. Geeslin & K. Graham (Eds.), Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Meeting of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Vol. 2, pp. 9-16. Durham: University of New Hampshire.


Falk, R (1992), "A closer look at the probabilities of the notorious three prisoners", Cognition, 43, 197-223


Leonard, William J. & Gerace, William J. (1991), "Reply to 'Comment on "Quark-meson coupling model for baryon wave functions and properties"'", Physical Review D 43(1), 291-292.

Konold (1991)

Konold, Clifford (1991), " Understanding students' beliefs about probability", In E. von Glasersfeld (Ed.), Radical Constructivism in Mathematics Education, pp. 139-156. Holland: Kluwer.

Konold et al. (1991)

Konold, Clifford E. & Lohmeier, J. & Pollatsek, Alexander W. & Well, Arnold D. & Falk, Ruma & Lipson, A. (1991), "Novice views on randomness", In R. G.Underhill (Ed.), Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Meeting of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education North American, Chapter, 1, pp. 167-173. Blacksburg: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

Pollatsek & Konold (1991)

Pollatsek, Alexander W. & Konold, Clifford E. (1991), "Randomness is well enough understood to be misunderstood", Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 4, 218-220.


Clement, John J. (1991), "Non-formal reasoning in science: The use of analogies, extreme cases, and physical intuition", In Voss, J., Perkins, D., & Segal, J. (Eds.), Informal reasoning and education. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.


Clement, John J. (1991), "Constructivism in the classroom: A review of Transforming Children's Mathematics Education, by Steffe and T. Wood (Eds.)", Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 22(5):422-428.


Brown, D. & Clement, John J. (1991), "Classroom teaching experiments in mechanics", In R. Duit, F. Goldberg, & H. Niedderer (Eds.), Research in physics learning: Theoretical issues and empirical studies. San Diego, CA: San Diego State University.


Leonard, William J. & Gerace, William J. (1990), "Quark-meson coupling model for baryon wave functions and properties", Physical Review D 41(3), 924-936.


Murray, T. & Schultz, K. & Brown, D. & Clement, John J. (1990), "An analogy-based computer tutor for remediating science misconceptions", Journal of Interactive Learning Environments, 1(2).


Steinberg, Melvin S. & Clement, John J. (1990), "Genius is not immune to misconceptions: Conceptual difficulties impeding Isaac Newton and contemporary physics students", International Journal of Science Education, 12:265-273.


Well, A. D., & Pollatsek, A., & Boyce, S. J. (1990), "Understanding the effects of sample size on the variability of the mean", Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 47, 289-312


Lipson, A (1990), "Learning: A momentary stay against confusion", Teaching and Learning: The Journal of Natural Inquiry, 4, 2-11

Well, Pollatsek, & Boyce (1990)

Well, Arnold D. & Pollatsek, A. & Boyce, Susan J. (1990), "Understanding the Effects of Sample Size on the Variability of the Mean", Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 47, 289-312.


Dufresne, Robert J. (1989), "Problem solving: Learning from experts and novices", Teaching Thinking and Problem Solving 11, 11-14.


Hardiman, Pamela T. & Dufresne, Robert J. & Mestre, Jose P. (1989), "The relation between problem categorization and problem solving among novices and experts", Memory & Cognition 17, 627-638.


Lochhead, Jack & Dufresne, Robert J. (1989), "Helping students understand difficult science concepts through the use of dialogues with history", In D. Heget, (Ed.), Proceedings of the First International Conference on the History & Philosophy of Science in Science Teaching (Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL), pp.221-229.

Konold (1989)

Konold, Clifford (1989), "Informal conceptions of probability", Cognition and Instruction 6, 59-98.


Clement, John J. (1989), "Learning via model construction and criticism: Protocol evidence on sources of creativity in science", In Glover, J., Ronning, R., and Reynolds, C. (Eds.), Handbook of creativity: Assessment, theory and research. NY: Plenum, 341-381.


Clement, John J. & Brown, D. & Zietsman, Aletta (1989), "Not all preconceptions are misconceptions: Finding anchoring conceptions for grounding instruction on students' intuitions", International Journal of Science Education, 11:554-565.


Brown, D. & Clement, John J. (1989), "Overcoming misconceptions via analogical reasoning: Factors influencing understanding in a teaching experiment", Instructional Science, 18:237-261.


Clement, John J. (1989), "The concept of variation and misconceptions in Cartesian graphing", Focus on Learning Problems in Mathematics, 11(2):77-87

Clement & Konold (1989)

Clement, John J. & Konold, Clifford E. (1989), "Fostering basic problem-solving skills in mathematics", For the Learning of Mathematics, 9 (3):26-30.

Konold (1989b)

Konold, C. (1989), "An outbreak of belief in independence?", In Carolyn A. Maher, Gerald A. Goldin & Robert B. Davis (Eds.),Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Meeting of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (North American Chapter), vol. 2, pp. 203-209, New Brunswick, NJ: The State University of New Jersey.