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CIRTL Network Bibliography of Publications, Presentations, Posters, and Teaching-as-Research Projects
Against the odds: Self-efficacy beliefs of women in mathematical, scientific, and technological careers. American Educational Research Journal. 37:215-246.. 2000.
Do scientists help people? Beliefs about scientists and the influence of prosocial context on girls' attitudes towards physics Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. 10:393-399.. 2004.
Intending to stay: Images of scientists, attitudes toward women, and gender as influences on persistence among science and engineering majors.. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering.. 9. 2003.
No quick fixes: Adding content about women to ecology course materials. Psychology of Women Quarterly. 31:96-102.. 2007.
Authentic learning environment in analytical chemistry using cooperative methods and open-ended laboratories in large lecture courses. Journal of Chemical Education. 73:827-832.. 1996.
Understanding, communication anxiety, and gender in physics: Taking the fear out of physics learning. Journal of College Science Teaching. 30:232-237.. 2001.
What works for women in undergraduate physics? Physics Today. 56:46-51.. 2003.
What works? Increasing the participation of women in undergraduate physics Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. 9:239-258.. 2003.