Publications

In press

Peterson, E. G., & Alexander, P. A. (in press) Students’ selection, use, and integration of multiple sources across print and digital mediums. Journal of Experimental Education.

List, A., Peterson, E. G., Loyens, S. M. M., & Alexander, P. A. (in press). The role of educational context in students’ beliefs about knowledge, information, and truth. European Journal of Psychology of Education.

2016

Grossnickle, E. M., Dumas, D., Alexander, P. A., & Baggetta, P. (2016). Individual differences in the process of relational reasoning. Learning & Instruction, 42, 141-159.

Grossnickle, E. M. (2016). Disentangling curiosity: Dimensionality, definitions, and distinctions from interest in educational contexts. Educational Psychology Review, 28(1), 23-60.

Alexander, P. A., Dumas, D., Grossnickle, E. M., List, A., & Firetto, C. (2016). Measuring relational reasoning. Journal of Experimental Education, 84(1), 119-151.

List, A., Grossnickle, E. M., & Alexander, P. A. (2016). Profiling students’ multiple source use by question type. Reading Psychology, 37(5), 753-797.

List, A., Grossnickle, E. M., & Alexander, P. A. (2016). Undergraduate students’ justifications for source selection in a digital academic context. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 54(1), 22-61.

2015 and earlier

Loughlin, S. M., Grossnickle, E. M., Alexander, P. A., Dinsmore, D. L., Fox, E. (2015). “Reading” paintings: Evidence for trans-symbolic and symbol-specific comprehension processes.  Cognition and Instruction, 33(3), 257-293.

Grossnickle, E. M., List, A., & Alexander, P. A. (2014). Elementary- and middle-school students’ beliefs about knowledge, information, and truth. Journal of Experimental Education. doi: 10.1080/00220973.2014.919571

Dumas, D., Alexander, P. A., & Grossnickle, E. M. (2013). Relational reasoning and its manifestations in the educational context: A systematic review of the literature. Educational Psychology Review, 25, 391-427.

Alexander, P. A., & the Disciplined Reading and Learning Research Laboratory. (2012). Reading into the future: Competence for the 21st century. Educational Psychologist, 47, 259-280.

Alexander, P. A., Winters, F. I., Loughlin, S. M., & Grossnickle, E. M. (2012). Students’ conceptions of knowledge, information, and truth. Learning and Instruction, 62, 1-15.