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Andrew F. Heckler
Andrew F. Heckler
Professor of Physics, Ohio State University
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The Advantage of Abstract Examples in Learning Math
J Kaminski, V Sloutsky, A Heckler
Science 320, 454-455, 2008
4382008
The advantage of simple symbols for learning and transfer
VM Sloutsky, JA Kaminski, AF Heckler
Psychonomic bulletin & review 12 (3), 508-513, 2005
2032005
Transfer of mathematical knowledge: The portability of generic instantiations
JA Kaminski, VM Sloutsky, A Heckler
Child development perspectives 3 (3), 151-155, 2009
1512009
Precision detection of the cosmic neutrino background
RE Lopez, S Dodelson, A Heckler, MS Turner
Physical Review Letters 82 (20), 3952, 1999
1261999
Formation of a Hawking-radiation photosphere around microscopic black holes
AF Heckler
Physical Review D 55 (2), 480, 1997
1041997
Astrophysical applications of quantum corrections to the equation of state of a plasma
AF Heckler
Physical Review D 49 (2), 611, 1994
971994
The cost of concreteness: The effect of nonessential information on analogical transfer.
JA Kaminski, VM Sloutsky, AF Heckler
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 19 (1), 14, 2013
962013
Calculation of the emergent spectrum and observation of primordial black holes
AF Heckler
Physical review letters 78 (18), 3430, 1997
951997
Some consequences of prompting novice physics students to construct force diagrams
AF Heckler
International journal of science education 32 (14), 1829-1851, 2010
932010
Effects of electroweak phase transition dynamics on baryogenesis and primordial nucleosynthesis
AF Heckler
Physical Review D 51 (2), 405, 1995
781995
Adding and subtracting vectors: The problem with the arrow representation
AF Heckler, TM Scaife
Physical Review Special Topics-Physics Education Research 11 (1), 010101, 2015
742015
Systematic study of student understanding of the relationships between the directions of force, velocity, and acceleration in one dimension
R Rosenblatt, AF Heckler
Physical Review Special Topics-Physics Education Research 7 (2), 020112, 2011
712011
Do children need concrete instantiations to learn an abstract concept
JA Kaminski, VM Sloutsky, AF Heckler
Proceedings of the XXVIII annual conference of the cognitive science society …, 2006
692006
8 The Ubiquitous Patterns of Incorrect Answers to Science Questions: The Role of Automatic, Bottom-up Processes
AF Heckler
Psychology of Learning and Motivation-Advances in Research and Theory 55, 227, 2011
65*2011
The Digital Divide among College Students: Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Emergency Transition. Policy Report.
SS Jaggars, BA Motz, MD Rivera, A Heckler, JD Quick, EA Hance, ...
Midwestern Higher Education Compact, 2021
632021
Framework and implementation for improving physics essential skills via computer-based practice: Vector math
BD Mikula, AF Heckler
Physical Review Physics Education Research 13 (1), 010122, 2017
552017
Student understanding of the direction of the magnetic force on a charged particle
TM Scaife, AF Heckler
American Journal of Physics 78 (8), 869-876, 2010
492010
What happens between pre-and post-tests: Multiple measurements of student understanding during an introductory physics course
AF Heckler, EC Sayre
American Journal of Physics 78 (7), 768-777, 2010
422010
Interference between electric and magnetic concepts in introductory physics
TM Scaife, AF Heckler
Physical Review Special Topics-Physics Education Research 7 (1), 010104, 2011
402011
Peaks and decays of student knowledge in an introductory E&M course
EC Sayre, AF Heckler
Physical Review Special Topics-Physics Education Research 5 (1), 013101, 2009
382009
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