Gale M. Sinatra
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Reconceptalizing change in the cognitive construction of knowledge
JA Dole, GM Sinatra
Educational psychologist 33 (2-3), 109-128, 1998
9131998
Intentional conceptual change
GM Sinatra, PR Pintrich
Routledge, 2003
5432003
Intentions and beliefs in students' understanding and acceptance of biological evolution
GM Sinatra, SA Southerland, F McConaughy, JW Demastes
Journal of Research in Science Teaching: The Official Journal of the …, 2003
5252003
Revising social studies text from a text-processing perspective: Evidence of improved comprehensibility
IL Beck, MG McKeown, GM Sinatra, JA Loxterman
Reading research quarterly, 251-276, 1991
5011991
The contribution of prior knowledge and coherent text to comprehension
MG McKeown, IL Beck, GM Sinatra, JA Loxterman
Reading research quarterly, 79-93, 1992
3381992
The challenges of defining and measuring student engagement in science
GM Sinatra, BC Heddy, D Lombardi
Educational Psychologist 50 (1), 1-13, 2015
3042015
The" warming trend" in conceptual change research: The legacy of Paul R. Pintrich
GM Sinatra
Educational psychologist 40 (2), 107-115, 2005
2892005
Argument and conceptual engagement
EM Nussbaum, GM Sinatra
Contemporary Educational Psychology 28 (3), 384-395, 2003
2732003
Belief, knowledge, and science education
SA Southerland, GM Sinatra, MR Matthews
Educational Psychology Review 13 (4), 325-351, 2001
2592001
Changing minds? Implications of conceptual change for teaching and learning about biological evolution
GM Sinatra, SK Brem, EM Evans
Evolution: Education and outreach 1 (2), 189-195, 2008
2352008
Addressing challenges to public understanding of science: Epistemic cognition, motivated reasoning, and conceptual change
GM Sinatra, D Kienhues, BK Hofer
Educational Psychologist 49 (2), 123-138, 2014
2332014
The Role of Intentions in Conceptual Change Learning: Gale M. Sinatra and Paul R. Pintrich
GM Sinatra, PR Pintrich
Intentional conceptual change, 10-26, 2003
2062003
Role of epistemic beliefs and scientific argumentation in science learning
EM Nussbaum, GM Sinatra, A Poliquin
International Journal of Science Education 30 (15), 1977-1999, 2008
1942008
Views of knowledge acquisition and representation: A continuum from experience centered to mind..
RE Reynolds, GM Sinatra, TL Jetton
Educational Psychologist 31 (2), 93-104, 1996
1911996
Teacher candidates’ epistemological beliefs, dispositions, and views on teaching as persuasion
GM Sinatra, CAM Kardash
Contemporary educational psychology 29 (4), 483-498, 2004
1662004
Epistemological development and its impact on cognition in academic domains.
G Schraw, GM Sinatra
Contemporary Educational Psychology, 2004
1612004
Bridging reading comprehension and conceptual change in science education: The promise of refutation text
GM Sinatra, SH Broughton
Reading Research Quarterly 46 (4), 374-393, 2011
1532011
Plausibility reappraisals and shifts in middle school students' climate change conceptions
D Lombardi, GM Sinatra, EM Nussbaum
Learning and Instruction 27, 50-62, 2013
1422013
Beyond knowledge: Learner characteristics influencing conceptual change
GM Sinatra, L Mason
International handbook of research on conceptual change, 377-394, 2013
1422013
The nature of the refutation text effect: An investigation of attention allocation
SH Broughton, GM Sinatra, RE Reynolds
The Journal of Educational Research 103 (6), 407-423, 2010
1352010
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