If you have written a published article about the Molecular Science Project or any of its products (Calibrated Peer Review, Mastering Chemistry, Explorations) and you do not see it in this list, please email us the complete reference and we will gladly add it.
Jump to the publications in the following years:
1. Russell, A. A.; Motschiedler Brand, K. R. "Calibrated Peer Review: A Writing and Critical Thinking Instructional Tool - Workshop Handbook: Writing CPR Assignments, 2nd Edition" May 2001, Copyright Regents of the University of California (28 pages).
2. Stokstad, Erik. "Reading, Writing, and Chemistry are Potent Mix." Science 31 August 2001, 293, 1610.
3. Robinson, Ralph. "An Application to Increase Student Reading and Writing Skills." The American Biology Teacher September 2001, 63(7), 474-479.
1. Chapman, O. L. "Learning Science Involves Language, Experience, and Modeling" Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 2000, 21(1), 97-108.
2. Chapman, O. L.; Fiore, M. A. "Calibrated Peer Review" Journal of Interactive Instruction Development 2000, 12(3), 1-15.
1. Chapman, Orville L. "The NSF Systemic Projects - a New Tradition: A Response." J. Chem. Ed. February 1999 76(2) 160.
1. Gonzalez, Barbara L. "The Influence of Conceptions of Molecular Structure and Patterns of Problem-Solving Strategies on the Process of Learning to Interpret Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectra." (unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of California Los Angeles, 1998).
2. Russell, Arlene A.; Chapman, Orville L.; Wegner, Patrick A. "Molecular Science: Network Deliverable Curricula." J. Chem. Ed. May 1998, 75(5), 578-579.
1. Russell, Arlene A. "Synopsis of Las Vegas Meeting of Division of Chemical Education" J. Chem. Ed. November 1997.
1. Burns, B. "Evaluation of the effectiveness of using computerized labs to teach physics." Journal of College Science Teaching (in preparation).
2. Chapman, O. L. "Let's use dynamite." Report of the NSF Invitational Workshop on Innovation and Change in Chemistry Instruction, National Science Foundation 1992.
3. Chapman, O. L. "Teaching creative molecular design." Science Discoveries and Science Teaching: The Link; E. D. Siebert and C. R. Estee, Eds.; Society for College Science Teachers, a division affiliate of the National Science Teachers Association, Southern Utah University, Cedar City, Utah; pp. 6-13.
4. Chapman, O. L.; Russell, A. A. "Imaging training via interactive video." Advanced Imaging 1992, 5, 28-31.
5. Chapman, O. L.; Russell, A. A. "Structure, chirality, and FT-NMR in sophomore organic chemistry." J. Chem. Ed., 69, 779-782.
6. Gattis, M. L.; Holyoak, K. J. "How graphs mediate analog and symbolic representation." Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory, and Cognition (in preparation).
7. Gekelman, W.; Maggs, J.; Xu, L. "Real-time Relativity." Computers in Physics 1991, 5, 372-385.
8. Gonzalez, B. L. "The influence of prior conceptions of molecular structure and metacognitive strategies on the process of learning to interpret nuclear magnetic spectra." Unpublished dissertation proposal 1994.