An asterisk * in front of the citation means it was a paper read in MED 610, 700, 701, or 702.

Carter, G. & Norwood, K.S. (1997). "The relationship between teacher and student beliefs about mathematics," School Science and Mathematics, 97, 325-334.

*Chapman, O. (1997). "Metaphors in the teaching of mathematical problem solving," Educational Studies in Mathematics, 32, 201-228.

*Cobb, P. and Yackel, E. (1996). "Sociomathematical norms, argumentation, and autonomy in mathematics," JRME, 27 (4), 458-477.

Kieren, T. E., Calvert, L.G., Reid, D.A., and Simmt, E. (1995). "Coemergence: Four enactive portraits of mathematical activity," AERA Proceedings, 1995 ERIC# ED 390 706.

*Schoenfeld, A. (2000). "Purposes and methods of research in mathematics education," Notices of the AMS, 47(6), 641-649.

*Tarte, L.A. and Fennema, E. (1995). "Mathematics achievement and gender: a longitudinal study of selected cognitive and affective variables," Educational Studies in Mathematics, 28.