- The Role of Research
- The Nature of the Research Literature
- Research Findings By Chapter and Section
- References

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**Gitomer, D.**, Schauble, L. (1992). Assessing student explanations for criteria to format conceptual change learning environments. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA. - Duit, R.,
**Goldberg, F.**, Niedderer, H. (Eds.) (1992). Research in physics learning: Theoretical issues and empirical studies. Kiel, Germany: Institute for Science Education at the University of Kiel. **Goldman, R.J.**,**Goldman, J.D.**(1982). How children perceive the origin of babies and the role of mothers and fathers in procreation: A cross-national study. Child Development. 53, 491-504.**Good, R.**, Trowbridge, J., Demastes, S., Wandersee, J., Hafner, M., Cummins, C. (Eds.) (1993). Proceedings of the 1992 evolution education research conference. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University.- Novak, J.,
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