Author 
Title 
Year 
Go to thesis page 
Saul 
Beyond problem solving: Evaluating introductory physics courses through the
hidden curriculum 
1998 

Wittmann 
Making sense of how students come to an understanding of physics: An example
from mechanical waves 
1998 

Bao 
Dynamics of student modeling: A theory, algorithms,
and application to quantum mechanics 
1999 

Sabella 
Using the context of physics problem solving to evaluate the coherence of
student knowledge 
1999 

Lippmann 
Students' understanding of measurement and uncertainty in the physics laboratory: Social construction, underlying concepts, and quantitative analysis 
2003 

Tuminaro 
A cognitive framework for analyzing and describing introductory students' use and understanding of mathematics in physics 
2004 

Atkins 
Analogies as categorization phenomena: Studies from scientific discourse 
2004 

Gresser 
A Study Of Social Interaction And Teamwork In Reformed Physics Laboratories 
2006 

Russ 
A Framework for Recognizing Mechanistic Reasoning in Student Scientific Inquiry

2006 

Bing 
An Epistemic Framing Analysis of UpperLevel Physics Students' Use of Mathematics

2008 

Hutchison 
Epistemological Authenticity in Science Classrooms

2008 

McCaskey 
Comparing and Contrasting Different Methods for Probing Student Epistemology and Epistemological Development in Introductory Physics

2009 

Frank 
The Dynamics of Variability
in Introductory Physics Students' Thinking: Examples from Kinematics 
2009 

Goertzen 
Investigating
and Accounting for Physics Graduate Students’ Tutorial Classroom
Practice 
2010 

Jones 
Applying Mathematics to Physics and Engineering: Sympolic forms of the integral 
2010 

Conlin 
Building shared understandings in introductory physics tutorials through risk, repair, conflict & comedy 
2012 

Hull 
Do students have cultural scripts? Results from the
first implementation of opensource tutorials in Japan 
2013 

Hall 
Examining the effect of students' classroom expectations on undergraduate
biology course reform 
2013 

Kuo 
More than just "plugandchug": Exploring how physics students make sense with equations 
2013 

Richards 
Exploring what stabilizes teachers' attention and
responsiveness to the substance of students' scientific thinking
in the classroom 
2013 

Danielak 
How electrical engineering students design computer programs 
2014 

Dreyfus 
Interdisciplinary reasoning about energy in an introductory physics course for the life sciences 
2014 

Geller 
Explanatory Coherence in the Context of the Second Law of Thermodynamics 
2015 

Olmstead 
An assessment of professional development for astronomy
and physics faculty:
Expanding our vision of how to support
faculty's learning about teaching 
2016 

Quan 
Becoming a physicist: How identities
and practices shape physics trajectories 
2017 

Eichenlaub 
Mathematical sensemaking via epistemic
games 
2018 

Hemingway 
A biophysical perspective on collective
cell migration and mathematical modeling in physics for the
life sciences 
2018 

Sohr 
Student sensemaking in quantum mechanics: Lessons to teachers from studies of groupwork and representation use 
2018 
