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

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**Lee, P.J.**, Rogers, P.J. (Eds.) (1984). Learning history. (pp. 39-84). London: Heinemann Educational Books. **Lee, P.J.**(1984). Historical imagination. In A.K. Dickinson, P.J. Lee, & P.J Rogers (Eds.),. Learning history. (pp. 85-117). London: Heinemann Educational Books.**Lee, O.**, Eichinger, D.C., Anderson, C.W., Berkheimer, G.D., Blakeslee, T.S. (1993). Changing middle school students' conceptions of matter and molecules. Journal of Research in Science Teaching. 30, 249-270.**Leinhardt, G.**, Zaslavsky, O., Stein, M. (1990). Functions, graphs, and graphing: Tasks, learning, and teaching. Review of Educational Research. 60, 1-64.- Resnick, L., Nesher, P.,
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**Levstik, L.**(1991). Teaching and learning history. In J. Shaver (Ed.),. Handbook of research on social studies teaching and learning. (pp. 400-410). New York: Macmillan Publishing Company. **Levstik, L.**(1986). The relationship between historical response and narrative in a sixth-grade classroom. Theory and Research in Social Education,. 16(1), 1-19.**Levstik, L.**(1988). Historical narrative and the young reader. Theory into Practice. XXVIII(2), 114-119.**Levstik, L.**, Pappas, C. (1987). Exploring the development of historical understanding. Journal of Research and Development in Education. 21(1), 1-15.**Lewis, E.L.**(1991). The development of understanding in elementary thermodynamics. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL, ERIC No. ED 344 744.**Lijnse, P.**,**Licht, P.**, de Vos, W., Waarlo A. (Eds.) (1990). Relating macroscopic phenomena to microscopic particles. Utrecht, Holland: CD-þ Press.**Lijnse, P. (Ed.)**(1985). The many faces of teaching and learning mechanics: Conference on physics education. Utrecht: GIREP/SVO/UNESCO.- Pollatsek, A.,
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**Lindquist, M.**, Reys, R. (1981). Decimals: Results and implications from the second NAEP mathematics assessment. Arithmetic Teacher. 28(8), 34-37. - Carpenter, T.,
**Lindquist, M.**, Matthews, W., Silver, E. (1983). Results of the third NAEP mathematics assessment: Secondary school. Mathematics Teacher. 76, 652-659. - Kouba, V., Brown, C., Carpenter, T.,
**Lindquist, M.**, Silver, E., Swafford, J. (1988). Results of the fourth NAEP assessment of mathematics: Numbers, operations, and word problems. Arithmetic Teacher. 35(8), 14-19. - Dossey, J., Mullis, I.,
**Lindquist, M.M.**, Chambers, D. (1988). The mathematics report card: Trends and achievement based on the 1986 national assessment. Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service. **Linn, M.**, Clement, C., Pulos, S. (1983). Is it formal if it's not physics? The influence of content on formal reasoning. Journal of Research in Science Teaching. 20, 755-776.**Linn, M.**, Songer, N.B. (1991). Teaching thermo-dynamics to middle school students: What are appropriate cognitive demands?. Journal of Research in Science Teaching. 28, 885-918.**Linn, M.**, Swiney, J. (1981). Individual differences in formal thought: Role of cognitions and aptitudes. Journal of Educational Psychology. 73, 274-286.- Joyce, W.,
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